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Medieval Archives: Illuminating the Dark Ages for the Digital World -- LOVE his podcasts!

Medieval Archives: Illuminating the Dark Ages for the Digital World -- LOVE his podcasts!

Anglo Saxon man coloured

Anglo Saxon man coloured

Explore an Anglo-Saxon Village

Explore an Anglo-Saxon Village

A restored 7th century Anglo Saxon Church

A restored 7th century Anglo Saxon Church

n the Dark Ages during the fifth and sixth centuries, communities of peoples in Britain inhabited homelands with ill-defined borders. Such communities were organised and led by chieftains or kings. Following the final withdrawal of the Roman legions from the provinces of Britannia in around 408 AD these small kingdoms were left to preserve their own order and to deal with invaders and waves of migrant peoples such as the Picts from beyond Hadrian's Wall, the Scots from Ireland and Germanic…

n the Dark Ages during the fifth and sixth centuries, communities of peoples in Britain inhabited homelands with ill-defined borders. Such communities were organised and led by chieftains or kings. Following the final withdrawal of the Roman legions from the provinces of Britannia in around 408 AD these small kingdoms were left to preserve their own order and to deal with invaders and waves of migrant peoples such as the Picts from beyond Hadrian's Wall, the Scots from Ireland and Germanic…

Anglo-Saxon reproduction beads based on finds from Sarre Grave 73. This reproduction of the bead set from Grave 73 includes a classic colour combination of monochrome beads in coral and green glass, with one biconical bead in a terracotta red with yellow bands. Tillerman Beads

Anglo-Saxon reproduction beads based on finds from Sarre Grave 73. This reproduction of the bead set from Grave 73 includes a classic colour combination of monochrome beads in coral and green glass, with one biconical bead in a terracotta red with yellow bands. Tillerman Beads

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. English Heritage.

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. English Heritage.

BBC - Primary History - Anglo-Saxons - Anglo-Saxon life

BBC - Primary History - Anglo-Saxons - Anglo-Saxon life

DARC is composed of people interested in using living history to research aspects of life in Northern Europe during the Viking Age. This is accomplished through workshops and experimental archaeology where the focus is on developing traditional skills as we create accurate replicas of period artefacts and processes. Our historic events are centered on the 'camp', where the activities revolve around 'daily life' and the interaction of carefully researched characterizations.

DARC is composed of people interested in using living history to research aspects of life in Northern Europe during the Viking Age. This is accomplished through workshops and experimental archaeology where the focus is on developing traditional skills as we create accurate replicas of period artefacts and processes. Our historic events are centered on the 'camp', where the activities revolve around 'daily life' and the interaction of carefully researched characterizations.

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