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Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Sutton Hoo ship burial J910330

Sutton Hoo ship burial J910330
SUTTON HOO, Woodbridge, Suffolk. Reconstruction drawing of the Sutton Hoo ship burial in 620 or 630 - by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Yeavering J910320

Yeavering J910320
YEAVERING, Northumberland (also know as Ad Gefrin). Reconstruction drawing of Saxon Yeavering AD 627, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Lindisfarne Priory J880141

Lindisfarne Priory J880141
LINDISFARNE PRIORY, Northumberland. Reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team) of the Saxon church 652 AD

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings IC008_018

Battle of Hastings IC008_018
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings 1066. Reconstruction drawing by Jason Askew

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000010

Battle of Hastings J000010
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing looking over the heads of the English towards the Norman ranks, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Cynric fighting the Britons at Old Sarum in 552 AD J030101

Cynric fighting the Britons at Old Sarum in 552 AD J030101
OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Cynric of Wessex fighting the Britons at Searobyrg (Old Sarum) in 552 AD. Reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn, English Heritage Graphics Team

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Mawgan Porth IC136_001

Mawgan Porth IC136_001
Mawgan Porth, Corwall. A reconstructiondrawing by Alan Sorrell showing an oblique view of Courtyard House 1 as it may have appeared in the 10th century

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Viking era boat building IC128_006

Viking era boat building IC128_006
Reconstruction drawing, by Chris Evans, depicting the construction of a Viking era ship on the banks of a river. Although no archaeological evidence has been found

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Dark Age Cornish King J940332

Dark Age Cornish King J940332
TINTAGEL CASTLE, Cornwall. Dark Age Cornish King. Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070175

St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070175
ST PETERs CHURCH, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire. Reconstruction drawing by Liam Wales of baptism in the Anglo-Saxon church

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070171

St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070171
ST PETERs CHURCH, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire. Aerial view reconstruction drawing by Liam Wales of the church in Anglo-Saxon period

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000017

Battle of Hastings J000017
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. William uses his archers again in last attack on the English

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000016

Battle of Hastings J000016
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. Armies re-group on hillock. Normans take food and water horses

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000015

Battle of Hastings J000015
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. Waves of Norman cavalry and infantry smash into the shield wall

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000014

Battle of Hastings J000014
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. The Normans counter attack English Fyrdmen cut off on hillock

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000013

Battle of Hastings J000013
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn. The Normans feigned flight pursued by the English

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000012

Battle of Hastings J000012
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn showing the Bretons fleeing downhill pursued by the English Fyrdmen

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000011

Battle of Hastings J000011
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn showing the Normans charge through to Harold and his personal troops

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: St Augustines Abbey J970020

St Augustines Abbey J970020
ST AUGUSTINEs ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Reconstruction drawing of the late saxon church. Watercolour by Peter URMSTON. The churches now joined by a rotunda

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: St Augustines Abbey J970019

St Augustines Abbey J970019
ST AUGUSTINEs ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Reconstruction drawing of the first saxon church. Watercolour by Peter URMSTON

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: St Augustines Abbey J000090

St Augustines Abbey J000090
ST AUGUSTINEs ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Aerial view reconstruction drawing of the Anglo-Saxon church by Peter URMSTON

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Viking defences of York J940081

Viking defences of York J940081
Reconstruction drawing by Chris Evans, English Heritage Graphics Team. Refurbishing the City Defences at York during the Viking Age

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Viking buildings J940007

Viking buildings J940007
Reconstruction drawing by Chris Evans, English Heritage Graphics Team, of the construction of a sunken-featured building, later 10th Century AD

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Viking burial J940006

Viking burial J940006
Reconstruction drawing by Chris Evans, English Heritage Graphics Team, of a 10th Century burial in a York churchyard

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Viking workshop J940005

Viking workshop J940005
Reconstruction drawing by Chris Evans, English Heritage Graphics Team, of a Viking metal-smiths workshop, mid 10th century AD

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Greenshiel, Lindisfarne. 9th century J940323

Greenshiel, Lindisfarne. 9th century J940323
LINDISFARNE PRIORY, Holy Island, Northumberland. Birds eye reconstruction drawing of 9th Century Anglo Saxon settlement at Greenshiel, Lindisfarne by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Anglo-Saxon man N090546

Anglo-Saxon man N090546
Mucking, Essex. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing a male wearing a cloak pinned by a brooch at shoulder height. Grave 979. Anglo Saxon

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Anglo-Saxon woman N090545

Anglo-Saxon woman N090545
Mucking, Essex. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing a female wearing a peplos with a striped cloak or wrap fastened by a pin. Grave 975. Anglo Saxon

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Anglo-Saxon woman N090544

Anglo-Saxon woman N090544
Mucking, Essex. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing a female wearing a tubular gown or peplos fastened by two brooches. Grave 323. Anglo Saxon

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Anglo-Saxon woman N090543

Anglo-Saxon woman N090543
Mucking, Essex. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing a female wearing a tubular gown or peplos fastened by two brooches. Grave 615. Anglo Saxon

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Anglo-Saxon girl N090542

Anglo-Saxon girl N090542
Mucking, Essex. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing a childs tunic costume fastened by two brooches at the neck. Grave 936. Anglo Saxon

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Roman galley N100094

Roman galley N100094
PORTCHESTER CASTLE, Hampshire. Reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team) showing a galley from the Roman fleet Classis Britannica

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Beckery Chapel, Glastonbury J920409

Beckery Chapel, Glastonbury J920409
GLASTONBURY, Somerset. The Beckery Chapel. Later Anglo-Saxon. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team). Anglo Saxon

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Hadrians Wall: Sewingshields Wall J930079

Hadrians Wall: Sewingshields Wall J930079
HADRIANs WALL: SEWINGSHIELDS WALL, Northumberland. Reconstruction drawing of medieval milecastle by Frank Gardiner (English Heritage Graphics Team). hadrian

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Anglo Saxon Monk N080565

Anglo Saxon Monk N080565
TYNEMOUTH PRIORY, Tyne and Wear. Reconstruction drawing by Graham Sumner of an Anglo-Saxon monk

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Saxons and Normans J000019

Saxons and Normans J000019
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Reconstruction drawing of Edith Swan Neck, a Saxon thegn and a Norman knight by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Monastic settlement, Glastonbury Tor J920411

Monastic settlement, Glastonbury Tor J920411
GLASTONBURY TOR, Somerset. Anglo-Saxon monastic settlement. Reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team). Anglo Saxon

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Saxon man and woman J030116

Saxon man and woman J030116
OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn, English Heritage Graphics Team, showing Saxon man and woman during Viking raid

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Portchester Castle J900008

Portchester Castle J900008
PORTCHESTER CASTLE, Hampshire. Reconstruction drawing of Saxon settlement of late 10th century by Peter Dunn, English Heritage Graphics Team

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J960036

Battle of Hastings J960036
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings 1066. Reconstruction drawing of the battle scene with soldiers by Ivan Lapper

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Sandbach Crosses J010096

Sandbach Crosses J010096
SANDBACH CROSSES, Cheshire. Reconstruction drawing of one of the crosses in the 9th century before it was moved to Sandbach, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageAnglo-Saxon Illustrations Collection: Battle of Hastings J000018

Battle of Hastings J000018
BATTLE ABBEY, East Sussex. Battle of Hastings reconstruction drawing by Peter Dunn, English Heritage Graphics Team. William pushes his helmet back to show troops he is alive


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