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Plaque-boucle à décor zoomorphe (vers 600) ; tombe 9 des fouilles de M.Fleury. Conservée au Musée des Antiquités nationales.

Plaque-boucle à décor zoomorphe (vers 600) ; tombe 9 des fouilles de M.Fleury. Conservée au Musée des Antiquités nationales.

775-850 Anglo-Saxon, England, Found in the River Thames at Chelsea

Anglo-Saxon, England, Found in the River Thames at Chelsea. Victoria and Albert Museum, from newly opened Renaissance Medieval rooms

"Belt parts of a 7th century Frankish warrior. Found in Lent, the Netherlands. Silver, iron, and brass."

"Belt parts of a century Frankish warrior. Found in Lent, the Netherlands. Silver, iron, and brass.

Jewelled cross shaped pendant @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Anglo-Saxon 600-700, Ixworth, Suffork, England

Jewelled cross-shaped pendant at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England.

silver-gilt pennanular brooch, part of the St. Ninian’s Isle treasure, c. 8th century A.D.

medievalvisions: “ Silver-gilt pennanular brooch, part of the St Ninian’s Isle treasure, c.

Disk Brooch  Date: early 7th century Geography: Made in, Faversham, England Culture: Anglo-Saxon

Disk Brooch Date: early century Geography: Made in, Faversham, England Culture: Anglo-Saxon

Dr Caitlin Green ‏@caitlinrgreen 6h6 hours ago  Some more 6/7thC metalwork from the Faversham Anglo-Saxon cemetery ('the smith's estate') in the British Museum:

Dr Caitlin Green ‏ hours ago Some more metalwork from the Faversham Anglo-Saxon cemetery ('the smith's estate') in the British Museum:

Recreation of Alton grave 16 buckle by Wulfheodenas craftsman Dave Roper of 'Ganderwick Creations'.

Reproduction of Alton Buckle. Kentish buckles recognized as being Anglian - my family COA is 3 buckles, and comes from Anglia!

"Belt parts of a 7th century Frankish warrior. Found in Lent, the Netherlands. Silver, iron, and brass."

"Belt parts of a century Frankish warrior. Found in Lent, the Netherlands. Silver, iron, and brass.

Anglo Saxon brooch. 500-550. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Anglo-Saxon Bird-Shaped Brooch, Found in France; Medium: Silver-gilt, garnets, no spring/pin extant; Artistic traditions that developed at Kent spread through the export of objects, this would have been an export or a copy of an export;

Square-Headed Brooch [Anglo-Saxon] (1985.209) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Square-Headed Bow Brooch

Square-Headed Brooch, century Anglo-Saxon Copper alloy with gilding and niello inlay.

Anglo-Saxon necklace, British Museum.

Anglo-Saxon necklace, British Museum.

Anglo-Saxon Gold Beast Pendant 9th Century ADA triangular gold pendant with slightly convex edges and integral cast loop; the outer edges notched; the central keyed field with reserved beast in...

Anglo-Saxon Gold Beast Pendant 9th Century ADA triangular gold pendant with slightly convex edges and integral cast loop; the outer edges notched; the central keyed field with reserved beast in...

One of the drinking horn mounts from the Taplow burial mound, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England.    From the collection of the British Museum, London, England.

Anglo-Saxon Drinking Horn, Taplow One of the drinking horn mounts from the Taplow burial mound, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England.

Horse Brass AD 50-100. On the Suffolk/Norfolk border near Santon Downham Collected by Cambridge Antiquarian Society, MAA 1897.225 A-B This bronze and enamel ornament for a horse harness were part of a hoard of bronze and iron objects found in the nineteenth century, all tightly packed into a large cauldron. Riding on horseback or being pulled in a chariot or cart are other ways of travelling quickly and powerfully through the landscape.

Anglo-Saxon red and gold

Saxon belt mount with horses, rectangular - W-97

Saxon belt mount with horses, rectangular - W-97

A spectacular piece featuring horse heads! From ET Leeds book "Anglo-Saxon Art" Split rivets on the back, can be used in either orientation.

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