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The Kingdom of Wessex (c. CE) was a political entity founded by the West Saxon Chieftain Cerdic (r. CE) in 519 CE in the Upper Thames Valley of modern-day Britain which would later evolve into the modern nation. history Kingdom of Wessex Anglo Saxon History, European History, British History, Ancient History, Alfredo O Grande, Anglo Saxão, History Guy, History Facts, Family History
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The Kingdom of Wessex (c. 519-927 CE or c. 519-1066 CE) was a political entity founded by the West Saxon Chieftain Cerdic (r. 519-540 CE) in 519 CE in the Upper Thames Valley of modern-day Britain which would later evolve into the modern nation.

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Vessels from the ancient British barrows: Fig. (Illustrations to the T. Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Heroic Age, Pottery Designs, Anglo Saxon, Ancient Artifacts, Bronze Age
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Back to Saxon (AD 450 - Title: Late Saxon shelly ware pitcher Description: Late Saxon shelly ware with a spouted pitcher, with convex base and an everted rim and strap handle. Anglo Saxon History, European History, British History, Ancient History, American History, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, Framing Canvas Art
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Household equipment, Anglo-Saxon, probably century (pottery) / Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library Anglo Saxon History, British History, Ancient History, European History, American History, Viking Life, Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Vikings
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 Tooled impression on Anglo-Saxon vases; Anglo-Saxon spindle whorls of earthenware from Sancton; Vase with zoomorphic spout, found at Hull; - Early pottery found at Hull. Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Pottery, History Of Ceramics, Anglo Saxon, Dark Ages, New York Public Library, Earthenware, Prehistoric, Archaeology
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A Saxon pottery urn of plain form with slightly flaring neck, broken and repaired but with negligible loss, red-black surface, inscribed, Saxon, c 6th Cent, Warren Hill, Mildenhall, Dec 1875 ·P·S·I·A VI·I, 3.25in high, 5.25in diameter via auction house Viking Age Art, Sutton Hoo, Anglo Saxon, Dark Ages, Antiquities, Archaeology, Red Black, Vikings, Celtic
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A Saxon pottery urn of plain form with slightly flaring neck, broken and repaired but with negligible loss, red-black surface, inscribed, Saxon, c 6th Cent, Warren Hill, Mildenhall, Dec 1875 ·P·S·I·A VI·I, 3.25in high, 5.25in diameter via auction house

A Saxon redware pottery urn of early globular form, everted flaring neck with broad flat rim, decorated with three raised arches, each with central groove, Frisian-Angle derivation, Southern type, 5th-6th century A.D., 6.25in high, 6.5in diameter. Viking Age Art, Germanic Tribes, Anglo Saxon, Medieval Art, Urn, Fantasy Characters, Cutlery, Archaeology, Vikings
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A Saxon redware pottery urn of early globular form, everted flaring neck with broad flat rim, decorated with three raised arches, each with central groove, Frisian-Angle derivation, Southern type, 5th-6th century A.D., 6.25in high, 6.5in diameter.

 A wheel-thrown biconical bowl or… Ancient Vikings, Wheel Thrown Pottery, Viking Age, Anglo Saxon, Picts, Dark Ages, Chinese Style, Archaeology, Scandinavian
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The Ashmolean Museum. Artifacts from… Antique Necklace, Beaded Necklace, Ancient Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Sutton Hoo, Viking Age, Iron Age, Anglo Saxon, Vikings
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The Ashmolean Museum. Photographs courtesy Lindsay Kerr. Artifacts from Haslingfield cemetary.

This pottery was mass produced on a wheel by pottery workshops in Ipswich. Sutton Hoo, Viking Reenactment, Pottery Workshop, Bury St Edmunds, Ceramic Techniques, Ancient Beauty, Anglo Saxon, Prehistory, Dark Ages
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Illington-Lackford pottery at West Stow

Anglo-Saxon Beads Found in grave 19 of the Standlake Anglo-Saxon cemetery. Tribal Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Beaded Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Beaded Bracelets, Gems Jewelry, Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry
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Anglian: Miniature bucket pendants These tiny bronze bucket pendants were probably either kept in or sewn onto a bag. They may have been amulets or charms. The buckets contained remains of threads. Anglo Saxon, Picts, Amulets, Old Jewelry, Buckets, Metal Working, Period, Charms, Miniatures
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Anglian: Miniature bucket pendants These tiny bronze bucket pendants were probably either kept in or sewn onto a bag. They may have been amulets or charms. The buckets contained remains of threads. AD 410 - AD 600

Jutlandic Brooch Group examples from Vron (grave in Picardy, France. 11th Century, Viking Jewelry, Anglo Saxon, Vikings, Scandinavian, Two By Two, Bronze, Statue, Group
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Jutlandic Brooch Group examples from Vron (grave 43) in Picardy, France.

 flat curved plate at front with three vertical lines flanked by semi-circles, V-shapes twisted hoop + hook-and-eye. Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Neck Rings, Dolphin Teeth, Sutton Hoo, Ancient Vikings, Archaeological Finds, Anglo Saxon, British Museum
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necklace; collar; neck-ring | British Museum

Silver necklet; flat curved plate at front with three vertical lines flanked by semi-circles, V-shapes &c; twisted hoop + hook-and-eye.