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This collection of the letters of the Englishman Alcuin of York (b. c. 735, d. 804), is datable to the early ninth centu...
This manuscript contains the prose version of Anglo-Saxon author Aldhelm’s De uirginitate (‘In Praise of Virginity’). It...
Aldhelm’s Latin verse Enigmata or Riddles was widely read and studied in the Middle Ages, both in England and on the Con...
The Alfred Jewel is one of the most celebrated objects surviving from Anglo-Saxon England. Inscribed +ÆFLRED MEC HEHT GE...
Farming was the basis of the early medieval economy and the occupation of the majority of the population, but agricultur...
This is the second oldest manuscript of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. It was made in the 10th century and cuts off at the e...
The third oldest version of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is known as ‘Manuscript C’. It is traditionally thought to have be...
This collection of historical texts is notable for including a copy of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. This version of the Ch...
This map was probably created at Canterbury between 1025 and 1050, but is probably ultimately based on a model dating fr...
The Life of King Alfred by Bishop Asser is the earliest known source about an Anglo-Saxon king, a king often known today...
Bald’s Leechbook is a large collection of medical remedies in Old English. Its recipes are drawn from Greek and Roman au...
The Benedictional of St Æthelwold
Beowulf is the longest epic poem in Old English, the language spoken in Anglo-Saxon England before the Norman Conquest....
A bestiary contains Christian allegorical lessons based on the characteristics and habits of animals found in nature and...
The Binham hoard was discovered by metal-detectorists between 2003 and 2015. It is the largest collection of gold from 6...