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Anglo-Saxon DRAGON Shield WARRIOR Pendant Necklace PROTECTION magick Pepi & Co

Anglo-Saxon DRAGON Shield WARRIOR Pendant Necklace PROTECTION magick Pepi & Co

Double-sided Dragon Shield Magick Talisman Pendant Protectors of the Skies, Seas, and Earth Handcrafted in the USA by Pepi and Company Double-sided (same on both sides) Dragons were formed at the begi

ww looms at the West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village. Photo by Lindsay Kerr

ww looms at the West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village. Photo by Lindsay Kerr

Knife This small knife was found on the Thames foreshore between Putney Bridge and Wandsworth Bridge. It has decoration made of twisted silver and copper wires hammered into the blade, and a silver plate inset on each side with lettering. One side reads 'OSMHND' ('Osmund' - probably the name of the owner), the other side is illegible. The name Osmund suggests that the owner was of Anglo-Saxon descent.  Production Date: Saxo-Norman; c. 1000

Knife This small knife was found on the Thames foreshore between Putney Bridge and Wandsworth Bridge. It has decoration made of twisted silver and copper wires hammered into the blade, and a silver plate inset on each side with lettering. One side reads 'OSMHND' ('Osmund' - probably the name of the owner), the other side is illegible. The name Osmund suggests that the owner was of Anglo-Saxon descent. Production Date: Saxo-Norman; c. 1000

Disk Brooch, early 7th century, made in Faversham, England, gold sheet, garnets with patterned foil backings, blue glass. The region of Kent, in southeastern England, was an important center of Anglo-Saxon jewelry production of the type represented by this delicate, brightly colored piece. The interlace patterns created by gold filigree and the polished garnets reflect the high quality of goods worn by individuals in life and later buried with them.

Disk Brooch, early 7th century, made in Faversham, England, gold sheet, garnets with patterned foil backings, blue glass. The region of Kent, in southeastern England, was an important center of Anglo-Saxon jewelry production of the type represented by this delicate, brightly colored piece. The interlace patterns created by gold filigree and the polished garnets reflect the high quality of goods worn by individuals in life and later buried with them.

Anglo-saxon Literary Landscapes : Ecotheory and the Anglo-saxon Environmental Imagination (Hardcover)

Anglo-saxon Literary Landscapes : Ecotheory and the Anglo-saxon Environmental Imagination (Hardcover)

Disk Brooch, early 600s Anglo-Saxon; Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

Disk Brooch, early 600s Anglo-Saxon; Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/191429321/anglo-saxon-fibula-brooch-in-bronze

Anglo Saxon Fibula Brooch in Bronze

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/191429321/anglo-saxon-fibula-brooch-in-bronze

Hill's - "ANGLO SAXON LADY IN THE IX CENTURY" - Antique Print -1812

Hill's - "ANGLO SAXON LADY IN THE IX CENTURY" - Antique Print -1812

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