Anglo-Saxon (410 to 1066 AD)


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Venerable Bede (673-735 AD)
- Overview About Venerable Bede Saint Bede the Venerable was a monk at the monastery of Saint Peter at Monkwearmouth and Saint Paul's monastery, Jarrow. Bede's translations of early Christian texts ...
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Benedict Biscop, Saint (628-690 AD)
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Kirkleatham Museum Anglo-saxon treasure

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Kirkleatham Museum Anglo-saxon treasure exhibition

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Grubenhaus, Gearwe, Bede's World, Jarrow

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Kiln, Gearwe, Bede's World, Jarrow

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Base of a Replica Carved Stone Cross

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St-Peters-1876

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St Paul's Monastery, Jarrow
- Overview History of Monkwearmouth–Jarrow The remains of St Paul's standing today are from the medieval monastery, but part of the Anglo-Saxon monastery survives today as the chancel of St Paul's ...
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The Anglo-Saxons
- Detailed account of Anglo Saxon times with a focus on the North East. Includes sections on Settlements and Buildings, Economy and Agriculture, Burial and Religion, Bede and the Golden Age ...

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Legs Cross
- Overview Map Street View Near Bolam, County Durham. "The base and fragment of a cross shaft dating from the 9th century. A rough cut rectangular sandstone base, badly worn, but ...
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Hexham Abbey
- "There has been a church on this site for more than 1,300 years, since Queen Etheldreda made a grant of lands to Wilfrid, Bishop of York c.674. Of Wilfrid’s Benedictine ...
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Lindisfarne Gospels
- The Lindisfarne Gospels is a ceremonial illustrated manuscript incorporating the gospels of Saints Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, and art work with Anglo-Saxon and Celtic influences. The manuscripts were produced ...
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Hunting dogs

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Anglo Saxon/Anglo Norse Cross carving,St Andrews, Aycliffe County Durham, England

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Old and new places of worship, Alnmouth
- "The cross in the foreground is at the site of the original Saxon church of Alnmouth, built on this hill around 680. The hill was cut off from its village ...

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Anglo Saxon Lady (9th Century)

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Anglo Saxon Feast

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Monastery Ruins, Jarrow
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Kirkleatham Museum
- Overview Map Street View "Kirkleatham Museum is the local history museum for the Borough of Redcar & Cleveland with a treasure trove of artefacts and exhibitions set on three floors ...
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Church of St Andrew, Bolam, Northumberland
- Overview Map The Church of St Andrew at Bolam, Northumberland, dates back to Saxon times. The tower is of the late Saxon period, whilst the interior is largely Norman with ...
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Saxon Church, Escomb
- Overview History Map Street View The Saxon Church in Escomb, County Durham, was built around 675 AD with stone probably from the Roman Fort at Binchester.  The church is one ...
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Ad Gefrin
- Overview Map Street View Between Kirknewton and Yeavering in Northumberland are the extensive remains of the Anglo-Saxon royal township of Ad Gefrin. It was a large settlement covering an area ...
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Church of St. Michael, Low Warden

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