The settlement in what is now England of the Angles, Saxons and Jutes; the period of English history in between their arrival and the Norman Conquest.
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The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles
Complete modern English translation published by the Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL).
Sean Miller provides an introduction, timeline, dates, lists of rulers and archbishops, maps, texts and translations, including a searchable database of charters.
BBC: The Anglo-Saxons
Discover how the Anglo-Saxons lived with an interactive guide to 8th-century English life. A guide for schoolchildren which aims to cover KS2 QCA Scheme of Work Unit 8b: 'Anglo-Saxons case study'.
Britannia: Anglo Saxon England
A series of original material and contemporary sources relating to England before the Norman conquest.
The Burghal Hidage
Anthony Bradshaw explains this Saxon document which lists the fortified burhs of Wessex, with maps.
An historian who specializes in the study of Domesday Book. Includes online text of lectures and information on his research and publications.
Dr Sam Newton's Wuffings' Website
Explores the early medieval kingdom of East Anglia and its Wuffing dynasty as well as aspects of the literature, legend, history, and archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England.
International Society of Anglo-Saxonists
Aims to further all aspects of Anglo-Saxon Studies and holds a conference every other year.
The Life of King Alfred
Biography by Asser, Bishop of Sherborne, written c.888. E-text hosted by the Online Medieval and Classical Library.
Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England
Searchable database of all recorded people living in early medieval England, produced by academics from several universities.
This living history group provides articles on Anglo-Saxon times with illustrations and references. Includes a virtual village, manor and minster.
A recreation of an Anglo-Saxon house built at Market Rasen in Lincolnshire. Includes history, the story of its construction, photographs and visitor information.
Robert Vermaat's look at British history c.400-600 AD. Includes discussions of the evidence for Vortigern and the Wansdyke earthwork.
Ða Engliscan Gesiðas
An historical society devoted to the study of all aspects the Anglo-Saxon period. Aims, articles, Anglo-Saxon calendar and forum.
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