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What do you think an Anglo Saxon warriors physic and strength and skill compared to modern man?

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What do you think an Anglo Saxon warriors physic and strength and skill compared to modern man?

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Anglo-Saxon warriors were fierce in battle. All life during that time was tied to another. Warriors served their lods in a bond called the “connitatus,” they were firecely loyal and fought to the death. The greatest thing for a warrior was to die in battle. Most poetry we have from this period is about warriors and battles. The anglo-saxons warriors relied on their brute strength. They had swords, axes, and bows. Waqrriors today relie on heavy artillery and technology. While all soldiers must pass a physical test, strength is only required to haul gear to and from. Most soldiers are stationary except on missions. Also, the firece connitatus relationship is no longer present. Soldiers also do not wish to die in battle; rather, they wish to live to see their families again. As to who was better. In my personal opinin–the Anglo-Saxon. While the modern soldier can kill more, the Anglo-Saxon warrior sees more honor in battle.

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