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The Fuller Brooch,   Anglo-Saxon, late 9th century AD,     The earliest known personification of the Five Senses

The Fuller Brooch (Anglo-Saxon, late century AD) - The earliest known personification of the Five Senses

An Anglo-Saxon gold pendant,  6th/7th century. Round pendant with fine animal decoration, centrally one almandine in a bezel, twisted rim with carrying loop.

An Anglo-Saxon gold pendant, century. Round pendant with fine animal decoration, centrally one almandine in a bezel, twisted rim with carrying loop.

Anglo-Saxon Coinage, Silver early penny. Germanic or Insular influence. Series N, c. 715-25. CM.1863-2007, De Wit Collection

Germanic or Insular: Silver early penny, Series N, c.

9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon. British Museum

9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon. British Museum

Images of early Anglo Saxon items from the newly reopened Gallery 41 at the British Museum by Wulfheodenas member Matt Bunker.  One of a pair of Early Anglo-Saxon saucer brooches found in a grave at East Shefford near Hungerford, Berkshire. 5th-6th century AD.

Images of early Anglo Saxon items from the newly reopened Gallery 41 at the British Museum by Wulfheodenas member Matt Bunker. One of a pair of Early Anglo-Saxon saucer brooches found in a grave at East Shefford near Hungerford, Berkshire.

Anglo-Saxon brooch found at Harford Farm near Norwich and on display at the Norwich Castle Museum

The Harford Farm assemblage by Unknown Artist

https://flic.kr/p/4CEKS7 | British Museum - jewellery | 9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon.

(via yama-bato) naturesdoorways: nilenna: Brooch, from the British Museum silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon.

British Museum - Late 6th c Anglo-Saxon harness fitting

British Museum - Late c Anglo-Saxon harness fitting

Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Canterbury  Anglo Saxon Brooch with glass inlays

Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Canterbury Anglo Saxon Brooch with glass inlays

Sutton Hoo shield boss

Shield Boss -- Century -- Excavated from the Anglo-Saxon burial ship discovered at the English estate of Sutton Hoo in Photo courtesy of the British Museum.

Anglo Saxon brooch in the shape of a Swastika with horsehead shaped terminals.

Anglo Saxon brooch- This reminds me of my friend Adena. I know they are dragons or horses, but they look like giraffes.

Saxon coin depicting King Offa of Mercia

Saxon coin depicting King Offa of Mercia

LARGE ANGLO - SAXON RUNNING SPIRALS GILT SAUCER BROOCH jewellery 024140

Anglo-Saxon 'Running Spirals' Saucer Brooch, ca.

Brooch  NARC-E11208  anglo saxon brooch  Early medieval

Brooch anglo saxon brooch Early medieval with a garnet at the center of it

Gloved Hands & Floral Wreath Earrings

A Moment in History - Anglo Saxon Silver Ring - The Three Graces

Anglo Saxon Silver Ring: ca. 820-824.