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Anglo-Saxon Websites

 

BBC - Anglo-Saxons

BBC - Anglo-Saxons

A great website which has lots of information and activities.

Ashmolean Museum

Anglo-Saxon Discovery

A journey through Anglo-Saxon life and death.

National Trust - Sutton Hoo

National Trust - Sutton Hoo

On this website you can read a brief history of the Anglo-Saxons, explore the property on the virtual tour.  Visit the history section to see rotatable pictures of a selection of items that are featured in the exhibition

The British Museum

The British Museum

This site has pictures and text relating to many of the Sutton Hoo finds.

The Sutton Hoo Society

The Sutton Hoo Society

This site gives you a brief introduction to the work of the Sutton Hoo Society and the story behind the Anglo Saxon Royal Cemetery at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk in the UK.

West Stow

West Stow Country Park and Anglo-Saxon Village
Some interesting information can be found on this site - Look in 'History of the Site', 'Who were the Anglo-Saxons?' and 'The Reconstructed Buildings'.