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Anglo-saxon England (Vol 45) (Hardcover)

Anglo-saxon England (Vol 45) (Hardcover)

Anglo-saxon England (Vol (Hardcover)

Disk Brooch, early 7th century, made in Faversham, England, gold sheet, garnets with patterned foil backings, blue glass. The region of Kent, in southeastern England, was an important center of Anglo-Saxon jewelry production of the type represented by this delicate, brightly colored piece. The interlace patterns created by gold filigree and the polished garnets reflect the high quality of goods worn by individuals in life and later buried with them.

Disk Brooch early century Made in, Faversham, England Anglo-Saxon Medium:Gold sheet, garnets with patterned foil backings, blue glass

Maniple of St. Cuthbert, likely done in Winchester, the capital of Saxon England. The Carolingian manuscripts of Tours, France influenced the Winchester school of manuscript painting. Even at this early stage we seen the interplay between the various arts in the production of embroidery designs. It's likely  the illustrators of the manuscripts may also have been employed to draw the designs for embroidery onto the fabric. Gold thread, colored silks in stem and split stitch and surface…

This set of vestments are examples of Anglo-Saxon Embroidery. They are worked with gold thread and coloured silks in stem stitch, split stitch and surface couching. These vestments are covered in figures, who are archtypes rather than individuals.

Looms at the West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village. Photo by Lindsay Kerr

ww looms at the West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village. Photo by Lindsay Kerr

Beowulf Literacy Pack KS2 - a 2 week unit for Year 3/4 based on Beowulf. Great for Anglo Saxons topics!

Beowulf Planning Pack (Anglo-Saxons)

Beowulf Literacy Pack - a 2 week unit for Year based on Beowulf. Great for Anglo Saxons topics!

Wolfshead Gallery: Archaeology : Anglo-Saxon England, c. 600 AD. Gold cross with original gold chain portion. Lovely early cross from the time of the beginning of Christianity in England. 10mm diameter for cross. Found in Kent.

Wolfshead Gallery: Archaeology : Anglo-Saxon England, c. Gold cross with original gold chain portion. Lovely early cross from the time of the beginning of Christianity in England. Found in Kent.

Disk Brooch and Two Pendants [Anglo-Saxon] (1987.90.1-3) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Disk Brooch and Two Pendants (Anglo-Saxon, early Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England. Found at Teynam. Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Arms & Armor Anglo Saxon Sword - AA236.  based on the Wandsworth sword c.1000, found in the Thames in two parts near Putney SW of London. ($740.00)

Arms & Armor Anglo Saxon Sword - AA236. based on the Wandsworth sword c.1000, found in the Thames in two parts near Putney SW of London. ($740.00)

Diamond twill was a luxury weave of the Anglo-Saxon period, done in both linen and wool.

Le Souk connects the world’s best mills & tanneries directly to the design industry’s leading creatives.

Goth Anglo-Saxon Danish King Warrior Antique Print 1857

Goth Anglo-Saxon Danish King Warrior Antique Print 1857

Anglo Saxon, Danishes, Figs, Goth, Warriors, Danish Pastries, Gothic, Goth Subculture, Ficus

"Members of Regia Anglorum in 1996 as pagan Saxon and British warriors at Sutton Hoo for a BBC production about the Sutton Hoo excavation in 1939."

"Members of Regia Anglorum in 1996 as pagan Saxon and British warriors at Sutton Hoo for a BBC production about the Sutton Hoo excavation in

Anglo-Saxon Gold finger ring, with the pattern inlaid with Black Niello. from Selkirk, Scotland. late 9th century.

Anglo-Saxon Gold finger ring, with the pattern inlaid with Black Niello. from Selkirk, Scotland.

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