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FlashPoint Oxblood Saxon Candle - English Pear (52 CAD) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring home, home decor, candles & candleholders, red, fragrance candles, glazed pots, eco friendly candles, handmade home decor and english home decor

FlashPoint Oxblood Saxon Candle - English Pear (52 CAD) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring home, home decor, candles & candleholders, red, fragrance candles, glazed pots, eco friendly candles, handmade home decor and english home decor

The children I played with in my father's keep all had been told boogie tales of the evil Saxons.  Giant warriors with horrible vestiges that kept children's bodies in their larders and boiled them in pots for general consumption.  Even their women became creatures to fear.  Large beings who practiced black magic and lured the innocents into the darkest woods where the tempted them with sweet where they were fatten, killed and butchered and cooked for their beastly husbands, sons and…

The children I played with in my father's keep all had been told boogie tales of the evil Saxons. Giant warriors with horrible vestiges that kept children's bodies in their larders and boiled them in pots for general consumption. Even their women became creatures to fear. Large beings who practiced black magic and lured the innocents into the darkest woods where the tempted them with sweet where they were fatten, killed and butchered and cooked for their beastly husbands, sons and…

Caitlin Green: An early Anglo-Saxon pot from the Greetwell villa-palace

Caitlin Green: An early Anglo-Saxon pot from the Greetwell villa-palace

1. "The border region between Scotland and England was a melting pot since before the Middle Ages. "According to James Leyburn, author of The Scotch-Irish, the Lowland Scots were a mixture of eight main groups - Picts, Gaelic Scotti, Brythonic Celts, Irish emigrants, Angles, Saxons, Norse and the descendants of the soldiers who manned the frontier forts of Roman Britain. ..." (1 of 2)

1. "The border region between Scotland and England was a melting pot since before the Middle Ages. "According to James Leyburn, author of The Scotch-Irish, the Lowland Scots were a mixture of eight main groups - Picts, Gaelic Scotti, Brythonic Celts, Irish emigrants, Angles, Saxons, Norse and the descendants of the soldiers who manned the frontier forts of Roman Britain. ..." (1 of 2)

Traditional Hungarian Pea Soup: 1lbs garden peas, shelled  5-6 fresh carrot  4-5 fresh parsnips  4-5 new potatoes  1 onion  2-3 garlic cloves  1 tomato  A piece of long hot pepper  1 chicken back (optional)  ½ tbs Hungarian paprika powder

Traditional Hungarian Pea Soup: 1lbs garden peas, shelled 5-6 fresh carrot 4-5 fresh parsnips 4-5 new potatoes 1 onion 2-3 garlic cloves 1 tomato A piece of long hot pepper 1 chicken back (optional) ½ tbs Hungarian paprika powder

A sixth century Anglo-Saxon cremation urn decorated with crosses and runes.  Found at Loveden Hill, Lincolnshire.  The inscription seems to include a personal name 'sithaebaed'.  From the collection of the British Museum, London, England. This picture was taken with a hand held camera with no flash so the focus isn't brilliant.

A sixth century Anglo-Saxon cremation urn decorated with crosses and runes. Found at Loveden Hill, Lincolnshire. The inscription seems to include a personal name 'sithaebaed'. From the collection of the British Museum, London, England. This picture was taken with a hand held camera with no flash so the focus isn't brilliant.

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