Anglo-Saxon

Cambridgeshire County Council
Anglo-Saxon, 5th - 6th century

One of two perforated bone pins which would have been positioned at the neck or shoulders to pin... [Read more...]

Cambridgeshire County Council
Anglo-Saxon, 5th - 6th century

One of two perforated bone pins which would have been positioned at the neck or shoulders to pin... [Read more...]

Cambridgeshire County Council
Anglo-Saxon, 5th - 6th century

Brooch made from gilded bronze with silver plating. It is beautifully decorated with intricate... [Read more...]

University of Central Lancashire
Anglo-Saxon, 5th - 6th century

Skeleton of a girl aged 12-15 years old found with grave goods including two bone pins and a... [Read more...]

University of Central Lancashire
Anglo-Saxon, 5th - 6th century

This infant’s burial contained a single pot but no other grave goods.

University of Central Lancashire
Anglo-Saxon, 5th - 6th century

This complete pot was the only artefact found in the infant burial.

University of Central Lancashire
Anglo-Saxon, 5th - 6th century

This small vessel was found in a child’s grave alongside a single animal bone.

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
Anglo-Saxon, 5th - 6th century

This vessel may have been made by a competent potter, but it was almost certainly decorated by a... [Read more...]

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
Anglo-Saxon, 5th century

This beautifully made urn held cremated remains. It is decorated with simple yet elegant incised... [Read more...]

University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
Anglo-Saxon, c. AD 500 - 550

The simplest way to make a vessel is by pinching a ball of clay into a small pot. Uneven walls... [Read more...]

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