Helmet from Sutton Hoo, Suffolk. The hero Beowulf is never described in physical detail and remains fairly inscrutable. Since 1939, though, when the treasures buried at Sutton Hoo were unearthed, many people have been tempted to associate the poem with objects found at that site. This helmet, for some present-day readers, may be as close to the man “Beowulf” as one can get. (Copyright: Trustees of the British Museum, London)

Helmet from Sutton Hoo, Suffolk. Treasures buried at Sutton Hoo were unearthed (Copyright: Trustees of the British Museum, London)

Gold & Garnet Sword Pyramid From The Staffordshire Hoard  --  Anglo Saxon  --  7th-8th Centuries

Gold & Garnet Sword Pyramid From The Staffordshire Hoard -- Anglo Saxon -- Centuries

Armor 800 B. C.Celtic Art, Bronze  Museum of National Antiquities, Saint-German-en-Laye, France

Stock Photo Armor 800 B. Celtic Art Bronze Museum of National Antiquities, Saint-German-en-Laye, France

Beowulf: The Traditions of the Anglo-Saxon Culture: Introduction

Anglo-Saxons believed in lucky charms and superstitions. When Anglo-Saxons died they were buried with their belongings, because they felt they would need these belongings in the afterlife.

Early medieval Anglo-Saxon shield recovered from Sutton Hoo and reconstructed for display.

The shield-fittings reassembled Sutton Hoo ship-burial 1

Máscara ceremonial de Sutton Hoo Inglaterra principios del siglo VI

Ceremonial Mask of Sutton Hoo: Sutton Hoo, near Woodbridge, in Suffolk, England is the site of two and early cemeteries. One contained an undisturbed ship burial including a wealth of Anglo-Saxon artifacts of outstanding art-historical a

A Late Roman helmet rather of Persian distant origin (design), decorated with semi-gemstones. The Romano-Britons inherited this type together with the rest of the Roman weaponry and military organization.

KING ARTHUR (Part I): Some literary, archaeological and historical evidence

Golden Roman Helmet -- Discovered near the remains of Sirmium (Sremska Mitrovica in Serbia). Dates from approximately 14 Century CE

Heptarquía

Heptarquía

Historical Military Uniforms from the last 1,000 years

Historical Military Uniforms from the last 1,000 years

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Bronze helmet, late Bronze Age (800-400 BCE) from Veksoe-Bog, Denmark

Was told Vikings never wore horned helmets, interesting - Bronze helmet, late Bronze Age BCE) from Veksoe-Bog, Denmark

KS2 History Timelines- Anglo Saxons Timeline Posters

History Timelines- Anglo Saxons Timeline Posters" Read up on some basic information regarding the different centuries of Anglo-Saxon culture. It helps with maintaining realism when in character.

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