Drawings of Anglo-Saxons

ANGLO-SAXON DISCOVERY

Drawings of objects

Site Index

This website will help you discover:

Subjects and objects

Discover more about:
 

The Arrival of the Anglo-Saxons

When did they arrive? Who lived in Britiain before?
Where did they come from? How do we know about the Anglo-Saxons?
Click to discover about the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons
Anglo-Saxon Life
Related Objects
Clothes
How were clothes made?
Spindlewhorl
Loomweight
Needle
Spinning
Weaving
Needles
What did the Anglo-Saxons wear?
Buckles
Buckle
String of beads
Saucer brooch
Square headed brooch
Bone comb
Toilet set
Tweezers
Cosmetic brush
 
 
Beads
Brooches
Combs
Toilet sets
Anglo-Saxon men
Anglo-Saxon women
Anglo-Saxon children
Back to top
Woman spinningAnglo-Saxon manAnglo-Saxon woman
Food and Drink
Related Objects
Farming
Axe
Bell
Cooking pot
Fire steel
Cuddesdon bowl
Bucket
Bowl
Knife
Replica horn
Cooking
Eating and Drinking
Knives
Horn Implements
Settlements
Houses
House plan
Burgred's Farm
Village
Farms
Villages
Place-names
Daily Life
Related Objects
Farming
Gaming counter
Scale pan
Coin of king Harold
Shield boss
Sword
Axe
 
Spearhead
 
   
Weaving and Sewing
Games
Trade
Scales
Coins
Weapons
Swords
Language - Old English
Day in the Life of An Anglo-Saxon Man
Day in the Life of An Anglo-Saxon Woman
Day in the Life of Anglo-Saxon Children
Back to top
Drinking vesselsCoins
Anglo-Saxon Death
Related Objects
Cemeteries
Cremation urn
Asthall barrow
Ixworth cross
 
Square headed brooch
 
   
Male Burial
Female Burial
Child Burial
Beliefs
Back to top
UrnsBurial of girl#
Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms
Kings
Alfred Jewel
Coin of Alfred
Kingdoms
Anglo-Saxon Oxfordshire
Anglo-Saxon Oxfordshire

Map of Anglo-Saxon sites in Oxfordshire

Anglo-Saxon Place-names in Oxfordshire

Anglo-Saxon Oxford
Back to top  
Edward Thurlow Leeds
What is archaeology? The Work of E.T. Leeds
Archives and Artefacts The Life of E.T. Leeds
Back to top  
Meet the Vikings
Meet the Vikings
Who were the Vikings?
How do we know about the Vikings?
Viking Life
Viking Death
The Vikings and Anglo-Saxons
What happened to the Vikings?
Back to top