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De Exidio Britannae, written by the monk Gildas in the mid-sixth century is the nearest to a contemporary source that is available.However, Gildas' purpose was to call the rulers of his day to repentance, not to write history.This would also have protected the meat from any direct sunshine.The name is thought to derive from ‘Shammel’, an anglo-saxon word for the shelves which were a prominent feature of the open shop-fronts. ‘The Shambles’ is sometimes used as a general term for the maze of twisting, narrow lanes which make York so charming.At its heart is the lane actually called the Shambles, arguably the best preserved medieval street in the world.The architecture which now appears so quaint had a very practical purpose.
He also correctly uses technical terms such as epimenia and hospites that indicates possible access to official records .
By the time of Augustine's arrival, they controlled much of the lowlands and were expanding to the north and west.
The Celtic people used the name "Saxon" generically to describe all of the Germanic people they met.
The pavements are raised either side of the cobbled street to form a channel where the butchers would wash away their offal and blood twice a week.
In some sections of the Shambles it is possible to touch both sides of the street with your arms outstretched.
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A Germanic people replaced the Celtic British, or at least became a significant part of the population of lowland Britain .