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A web-ring for sites of interest pertaining to the history and archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England from 400-1066CE, and the Old English language and its literature.
 

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   Beowulfian Preview Go
Follow along with a translation of Beowulf into modern English, and related maunderings.
   Bosworth-Toller Dictionary Application Preview Go
The BT Dictionary Application is a program for Windows that allows users to work with the data of the Anglo-Saxon Dictionary of Bosworth & Toller, which are made available through the Germanic Lexicon Project. The Application is intended for all who need an OE dictionary and either cannot afford the printed version or want to make use of the special features of the electronic version like
   Ravens Warband Preview Go
The Ravens Warband is a group of re-enacters of the early Anglo-Saxon period (circa 500AD). As well as engaging in re-enactment of Anglo-Saxon warfare and crafts we conduct research into the period and make reproduction equipment. The group is committed to maintaining the highest standard of historical accuracy in the equipment made and used.


   The Complete Alfred the Great Preview Go
A site devoted to the 9th century Anglo-Saxon king. It will eventually cover in text and images all the important aspects of Alfred's life and achievements, history, literature and archaeology, and also some of the more light hearted and odd things which have attached themselves to his lege
   Anglo-Saxon Genealogy Preview Go
A group studying and sharing information on the royal and noble houses of the Anglo-Saxons, (the Gewisi of Wessex, the Iclingas of Mercia, the Œscingas of Kent, Wuffingas, Leofrics, Godwinsons, &c.), how they relate to each other, which survived, (and how), and lines of descent, within, and therefrom.






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