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    Map of Anglo-Saxon England

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    A map of the Germanic settlement in Britain from 1923:

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    Map of Anglo-Saxon England

    I am pretty interested in Anglo-Saxon England, yet I know very little about it. I suppose this thread should go in the Literature section of the board, but I thought my fellow countrymen - and others - could help me out a little here.

    Basically, I would like to purchase/borrow a book on the Anglo-Saxon era, though I must ask: what is a good book on this subject?

    I would like to learn fundamentally about the rulers and kings of the time, and extra knowledge about the legends, way of life, and religious practices at the time.

    Any contributions would be most welcome, as I will check into the book(s) that people have kindly recommended.


    Thank you.

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    Re: Anglo-Saxon England

    try this site.

    http://www.regia.org/

    They're re-enacters with a bunch of info, check out their articles. Being from England you might even want to join.

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    Re: Anglo-Saxon England

    Here's a link to a site which sells A-S books;

    http://www.asbooks.co.uk/
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    Re: Anglo-Saxon England

    Every Englishman should read the Venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English People. The Anglo Saxon Chronicle is another must. It's online somewhere, shouldn't be too hard to find.
    For all the information as to Kings and Kingdoms and chronologies you would be advised to buy yourself a copy of Mike Ashby's Mammoth Book of British Kings and Queens. My one's very well used!
    Brian Branston's Lost Gods of England is good. Bishop Asher's Life of Alfred the Great is good for the later period. The Northumbria Saga is good, but I'm not sure if I've remembered the title right, and the author's name's gone clean out of me head! Melvyn Bragg's novel Credo is interesting, if not the most historically accurate bit of writing.

    A lot of these things can be got in Penguin Classics editions, and there's usually a few knocking around on the net second hand.
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    Re: Anglo-Saxon England

    James Campbell’s The Anglo-Saxons is probably the best introductory overview on the market. I would also recommend The Anglo-Saxon World by Kevin Crossley Holland. Any books in the AS publishing range are also a must have. Today, arriving from Amazon, I have Anglo-Saxon Magic by Bill Griffiths, The Godwins by Frank Barlow, and The Lost Gods of England by Kathleen Herbert. I would also recommend Justin Pollard’s Alfred the Great, and some excellent fiction on Alfred the Great is Bernard Cornwell’s trilogy of The Last Kingdom and The Pale Horseman.
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    That’s really cool. I just wish there was another to show where they actually dropped anchor so to speak after their invasion. As well I would be interested on seeing a detailed map as to how Anglo-Saxons were displaced when the Normans came over with the Conqueror.

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    What's the source on this, Sigurd?

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