The Germanic tribes (Anglos, Saxons, Scandinavians) invaded the British island. Its expansion developed a dialect: West Saxon, which was ultimately the official language of Great Britain. The structure of the sentence was not fixed, the order was subject + object + verb. There was no compulsory explicit subject. These works belong to genres as diverse as epic poetry, hagiography, sermons, Bible translations, legal works, chronicles, incantations, riddles, and others.