Anglo saxon chronicle

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Engraved Anglo-Saxon/Viking Helmet (Photograph by Matt Bunker) Viking Armor, Ancient Armor, Viking Helmet, Arm Armor, Viking Age, Armadura Medieval, Fantasy Armor, Medieval Fantasy, Escudo Viking

Vendel era helmet and replica of the same helmet.

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The drinking horn of his Grace Duke sir Talymar of the Middle Kingdom ( SCA,I presume,and if he's a duke then he must have been a king at one time. Ale Horn, Viking Drinking Horn, Viking Horn, Powder Horn, Viking Costume, Cow Horns, Norse Vikings, Bone Carving, Dark Ages

Preview of series4 by Bonecarverpm on DeviantArt

a preview of the end product of series 4 Preview of series4

Valsgarde 7 helm recreation from Wulfheodenas. Viking Armor, Viking Helmet, Viking Runes, Arm Armor, Armadura Medieval, Knight In Shining Armor, Knight Armor, Medieval Knight, Medieval Armor

Jorvik Viking Festival 2012

Explore alh1's photos on Flickr. alh1 has uploaded 56622 photos to Flickr.

Side view of the early medieval ceremonial helmet from Sutton Hoo. Anglo Saxon History, European History, Ancient History, Art History, American History, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, Viking Jewelry

Sutton Hoo helmet side view

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King Harold II Last Anglo-Saxon king of England, January to October… Anglo Saxon Kings, Anglo Saxon History, Uk History, British History, Royal Family Trees, Bayeux Tapestry, William The Conqueror, Plantagenet, England

King Harold II

Key facts about King Harold II who was born c.1020, reigned (1066) including biography, historical timeline and links to the British royal family tree.

Anglo-Saxon helmet from AD. Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, Anglo Saxon Kings, Anglo Saxon History, European History, American History

Staffordshire hoard: Replicas of 'king's helmet' on show

Two replicas, based on gold and silver fragments found in the Staffordshire hoard, go on show.

Garnet - Wikipedia c. century AD, Anglo-Saxon sword hilt fitting – gold with gemstone inlay of garnet cloisonné. From the Staffordshire Hoard, found in and not fully cleaned. Medieval Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Medieval Art, Antique Jewelry, Granada, Anglo Saxon History, British History, Charms

AngloSaxon treasure hoard found in Staffordshire

Amateur metal detector unearths largest haul of gold from the period ever found – 1,500 pieces including weapons, helmet decorations, coins and Christian crosses

Anglo-Saxon Shoulder Clasp (c. CE) from a Sutton Hoo burial site near Woodbridge in Suffolk County, England. The Sutton Hoo sites contained many Anglo-Saxon grave goods of archaeological significance. British Museum in London. Medieval Jewelry, Medieval Clothing, Ancient Jewelry, Medieval Art, Viking Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Medieval Times, Anglo Saxon, Roman Empire

Shoulder Clasp

One of a pair of gold shoulder clasps, the pattens are created with cut garnets and coloured glass. The decorations include wild boar and interlaced beasts. Photos of the Sutton Hoo Treasure in the British Museum. Pagan period Anglo-Saxon. Taken with a held held camera so the focus is brilliant.

another view of The drinking horn of his Grace Duke sir Talymar of the Middle Kingdom Ale Horn, Vikings, Viking Horn, Tribal Warrior, Cool Swords, Viking Culture, Powder Horn, Viking Life, Deer Art

series4 pic1 by Bonecarverpm on DeviantArt

the finished horn front view with inlaid carved amber and bone moon series4 pic1

National Geographic Anglo-Saxon Exhibition: Rare Artifacts Go On Display Oct. Medieval Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Anglo Saxon Chronicle, Anglo Saxon History, Sutton Hoo, Viking Metal, Merovingian, Birmingham Museum

National Geographic Anglo-Saxon Exhibition: Rare Artifacts Go On Display Oct. 29

WASHINGTON -- The largest and most valuable collection of Anglo-Saxon artifacts ever recovered is headed to National Geographic Museum this month in a ne...

The Sutton Hoo Purse-lid (by Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin) -- This purse-lid would have been attached to a pouch, which originally hung from a waist belt. Only, the gold frame and catch of the purse survive; the É History Images, Art History, Mummified Body, Gold Belt Buckle, Sutton Hoo, Zhou Dynasty, Horse Armor, Early Middle Ages, Anglo Saxon

The Sutton Hoo Purse-lid

This purse-lid would have been attached to a pouch, which originally hung from a waist belt. Only, the gold frame and catch of the purse survive; the leather pouch decayed in the ground. Seven plaques...

Photo History of Ancient Drinking Horns from Around the World Anglo Saxon Chronicle, Avatar World, Old Norse, Viking Art, Hula, Archaeology, Drinking, Bracelets, Leather

Photo History of Ancient Drinking Horns from Around the World

Drinking horns were used in ancient times for consuming ale, milk, water, or mead. At first, the vessels were made from a horn of a bovid, and throughout

From the Thracians to the Vikings, a celebration of the drinking horn Anglo Saxon Chronicle, Viking Art, In Ancient Times, Mead, Ancient Artifacts, Horns, Vikings, Ale, Drinking

Photo History of Ancient Drinking Horns from Around the World

Drinking horns were used in ancient times for consuming ale, milk, water, or mead. At first, the vessels were made from a horn of a bovid, and throughout