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http://danelawfeast.com/pics/feastgear05.png Could I make this plate?

http://danelawfeast.com/pics/feastgear05.png Could I make this plate?

Three Anglo-Saxon pendants and brooch, gold & garnet inlay, early 7th century

Bizzare because somehow they look new:/ Three Anglo-Saxon pendants, gold & garnet inlay, early century

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Watercolour of bead sets from the Anglo-Saxon cemetery of Sarre, Kent. In Archaeologia Cantiana Vol.

Reproductions of Anglo-Saxon costume at the Sutton Hoo Museum. Wulfheodenas on Facebook.

Early medieval clothing for men, women, and children as reproduced for am Anglo Saxon context at the Sutton Hoo museum.

Six disc brooches from the Pentney hoard  Anglo-Saxon, early 9th century AD From Pentney, Norfolk, England

Six disc brooches from the Pentney hoard Anglo-Saxon, early century AD From Pentney, Norfolk, England

A Trestle Table for Under $35: How I Built a 15th-Century-Style Table for Pennsic From an Old Door and Pine Boards

A Trestle Table for Under 35 Dollars: How I Built a Table for Pennsic From an Old Door and Pine Boards

A bed burial is a type of burial in which the deceased person is buried in the ground, lying upon a bed. It is a burial custom that is particularly associated with high status women during the early Anglo-Saxon period (7th century), although excavated examples of bed burials are comparatively rare.

A bed burial is a type of burial in which the deceased person is buried in the ground, lying upon a bed. It is a burial custom that is particularly associated with high status women during the early Anglo-Saxon period (7th century), although excavated examples of bed burials are comparatively rare.

Wooden trencher, seax, and horn spoon. By Monsieur Geoffrey ~ I never pictured wooden trenchers being this big

Wooden trencher, seax, and horn spoon. By Monsieur Geoffrey

Period Dice and explanation on how to make them.

Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: The game of the Four Seasons: making dice

Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Canterbury  Reproduction Anglo-Saxon brooch and textile in the Augustine Abbey Museum

Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Canterbury Reproduction Anglo-Saxon brooch and textile in the Augustine Abbey Museum.

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