By the seventh century the people of these isles are more easily described as Anglo-Saxons living in Angleland. The old Romano-British mainly live in the far West and North and are labelled as foreigners or Welas by the Saxons. This is
the root of the word Welsh in case you were wondering.
The Anglo-Saxon art shown to the left of the page shows many influences. the animals are more stylised and exaggerated. The Knotwork motif has developed but notice also the spirals taken directly from the last examples of true Celtic art.
Little did the Saxons know it but they were about to gain new influences from the Vikings.