Anglo-Saxon Life and Culture


Anglo-Saxon Food Anglo-Saxon Religion
Anglo-Saxon Food

Anglo-Saxon Religion

Anglo-Saxon Burial Mound Anglo-Saxon Holidays
Anglo-Saxon Burial Anglo-Saxon Holidays

A Project submitted for the Anglo-Saxon Literature, Language, and Culture classes at Utah Valley State College Spring 2007.

 Created by Mindy Harward, Rebekah Schwartz, Katlin Vest, and Bethany Williams

 

 

Sources

 

Akasha Litha. 1997-99 April 10, 2007 <http://www.wicca.com/celtic/akasha/litha.htm >.

Akasha. Yule. 1997-99 April 10, 2007 <http://www.wicca.com/celtic/akasha/yule.htm>.

Akasha. Mabon.1997-99 April 10, 2007 <http://www.wicca.com/celtic/akasha/mabon.htm>.

Anon, 1992: Sutton Hoo, A Drama in the Acts, Current Archaeology 128, 324-330 <http://www.tanwayour.org/burial.html>.

Anon. Sutton Hoo: The Grandest Anglo-Saxon burial of all. Current Archaeology. 17 November 2002. Current Archaeology Online. 1 March

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Kerr, Jonathan. Burial Customs Life in the First Millennium A.D. 1  April 2007. <http://www.tanwayour.org/burial.html>.

Wilson, Anne C. Food and Drink in Britain. Illinois: Academy Chicago Press, 1991.

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