A comprehensive series of original material and contemporary sources relating to England before the Norman conquest.
Robert Vermaat's look at British history c.400-600 AD. Includes discussions of the evidence for Vortigern and the Wansdyke earthwork.
Sean Miller provides an introduction, timeline, dates, lists of rulers and archbishops, maps, texts and translations, including a searchable database of charters.
The British Academy and Royal Historical Society describe their new edition of the corpus of Anglo-Saxon charters. Includes online versions of Sawyer's catalogue and Regesta Regum Anglorum.
Student essays about Anglo-Saxon England by William Bakken and a thesis about the relationship of King Cnut with the English Church.
An extensive bibliography arranged in categories by Simon Keynes.
Discover how the Anglo-Saxons lived with an interactive guide to 8th-century English life. A guide for schoolchildren which aims to cover KS2 QCA Scheme of Work Unit 8b: 'Anglo-Saxons case study'.
This living history group provides articles on Anglo-Saxon times with illustrations and references. Includes a virtual village, manor and minster.
Aims to further all aspects of Anglo-Saxon Studies and holds a conference every other year.
The online newsletter of Anglo-Saxon studies at the University of Georgia.