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Annie Whitehead Author 2h
Collection of rings found in Leeds. I wonder if one lady wore them all at the same time? Image attribution:
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Annie Whitehead Author Nov 29
Signing off tonight with a beautiful but strange bit of bling. The Sutton on the Forest Mount. Click on the link for pic accreditation and lots of info about this curious little piece:
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Annie Whitehead Author Dec 5
These are exquisite - ‘unparalleled’ hoard of gold jewellery found in the Anglo-Saxon cemetery near Loftus. More info here:
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Kent FLO 55m
That is source book sorted for the foreseeable! Goodwork .
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𝙾𝚏𝚏𝚊'𝚜 𝙳𝚢𝚔𝚎 𝙲𝚘𝚕𝚕𝚊𝚋𝚘𝚛𝚊𝚝𝚘𝚛𝚢 Dec 7
The full & final proofs have been collated for the first-ever 'Offa's Dyke Journal'. Out in the next couple of weeks! Here's the front material to whet your appetites!
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Annie Whitehead Author Dec 1
Here's another bit of blingtasticness: The Escrick Ring, gold with a sapphire and glass inset. More here:
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Annie Whitehead Author Dec 7
A 6th – 7th century silver-gilt sword pommel cap found in Scalford. Look at the intricate detail; it's amazing. Full details here:
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B&W Thornton Dec 7
A jewel from around 600 AD which once adorned an Anglo-Saxon sword scabbard.
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𓁜 Diane Holmes 𓁝 Nov 30
This Anglo Saxon whalebone gaming piece (on display at the ) is around 1,400 years old but I think there’s something really modern day contemporary in the style of it
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B&W Thornton Nov 30
Andrew is depicted on the 7th century coffin of St Cuthbert
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Annie Whitehead Author Dec 2
It amazes me how few helmets have been found. This is the Coppergate Helmet, discovered in York. Much less elaborate than the Sutton Hoo helmet, but even so, look how the nose piece has been decorated. More info here:
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Magic Door Education Ltd 2h
Replying to @door_education
✅ Packed with artefacts & hands-on learning. ✅ Planned & delivered by an experienced teacher. Check our website for more info or get in touch!
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Pario Gallico (Caroline Nicolay) Nov 30
*NEW HISTORIC RECIPE* to come up soon on our Facebook page!! A light (yet nourishing, warming and oh so tasty) ! and really plausible for any lower class meal from the era onwards 😉 (they imported leeks). Check us out!
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Sometimes a great commotion 4h
Price reduced: SWEET'S ANGLO-SAXON PRIMER - Ninth Edition, used hardback - very good condition via
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Englisc💀 Dec 4
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A Roehart Dec 2
Replying to @greg_jenner
An interesting & generally thoughtful article. I was perplexed by “nor to the infection of universities by the growing tide of white supremacism.” I genuinely don’t recognise that curious statement as being true anywhere. Am I wrong? Genuine question
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B&W Thornton Nov 30
tiny 9th-century gold Anglo-Saxon beast-head pendant; found Monkton (Isle of Thanet),
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Becky Loughead Dec 1
So great to see the Benty Grange helmet (c.650) today ! One of only four AS helmets found in England, minus bits in the Staffs Hoard. That boar crest!
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Marham Park Dec 4
Are you a history buff? If so, make sure that you visit the West Stow Anglo Saxon Village. Only an 11-minute bus ride from Marham Park, it’s the perfect day out for history lovers and anyone who wants to learn about England’s past!
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Judith Arnopp Dec 7
'an enthralling book, giving an insight to life in Saxon England in the years leading up to the Norman Conquest - a thumping good read.'
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