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★ Anglo-Saxons

Anglo-Saxons: see England & Vikings & Romans & Great Britain & Dark Ages & Art & Arthur

Waldemar Januszczak TV - Daniel Defoe - Diarmaid MacCulloch TV - Bettany Hughes - Michael Wood TV - Time Team TV - Sam Newton - BBC News - Dan Snow TV - Francis Pryor TV - Janina Ramirez TV - Julian Richards TV - The British TV - Siege of the Saxons 1963 - Neil Faulkner - David Starkey TV - 

 

 

10,119.  The Sutton Hoo treasure – this is the finest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever dug up in Britain.  (Art & Dark Ages & Anglo-Saxons & Gold)  Waldemar Januszczak, The Dark Ages: An Age of Light IV: The Men of the North, BBC 2012

 

10,122.  A treasure made of granite and limestone … the Anglo Saxon funeral cross.  (Art & Dark Ages & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

 

29,952.  Your Roman-Saxon-Danish-Norman English.  (England & Anglo-Saxons)  Daniel Defoe 1660-1731, The True-Born Englishman 1701

 

 

29,981.  One of the most persistent ideas about the English is that they descend from northern Europeans ... the Anglo-Saxons.  It’s a potent idea ... But how true is it?  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Diversity)  Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch, How God Made the English III: A White and Christian People?  BBC 2012

 

29,982.  According to genetic science the roots of the English are not Anglo-Saxon but Spanish.  (England & Anglo Saxons & Diversity)  ibid.

 

 

30,081.  It was only a matter of time before the Saxons were back on English soil ... The Anglo-Saxons were pagan.  (Great Britain & England & Empire: Rome & Anglo-Saxons)  Bettany Hughes, Seven Ages of Britain 410 A.D. - 1066 A.D.

 

30,082.  By the end of the 6th century A.D. what we now call England had been transformed by a wave of Anglo-Saxon immigrants.  (Great Britain & England & Empire: Rome & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.  

 

 

30,134.  They were the Anglo-Saxons ... These were the ancestors of the English.  (Great Britain & England & Anglo-Saxons)  Michael Wood, The Great British Story: A People’s History: Britannia 1/8 BBC 2012

 

30,135.  But from around the year 600 the Anglo-Saxon tribes began to be converted to Christianity by missionaries from Rome and saints from Ireland and the west.  (Great Britain & England & Anglo-Saxons & Christianity)  ibid.

 

 

30,178.  Somerset: In the winter of 877 the fate of England rested on the shoulders of one man: Alfred.  (England & Alfred the Great & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons)  Michael Wood, King Alfred and the Anglo Saxons I: Alfred of Wessex, BBC 2013

 

30,179.  Much of the evidence has been destroyed by time and war.  (England & Alfred the Great & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

30,180.  Alfred: In 853, when Alfred was about five, his father King AEthelwolf of Wessex sent him to Rome.  (England & Alfred the Great & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.   

 

30,181.  The Viking army attacked them on Ashdown – January 871.  The site of the Battle of Ashdown has never been found.  (England & Alfred the Great & Viking & Battle & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

30,182.  Then Alfred his brother became King of the West Saxons.  (England & Alfred the Great & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

30,183.  Edington, Wiltshire May 878: at first light he attacked them ... Brutal stuff: toe to toe eyeball to eyeball stabbing and slashing.  (England & Alfred the Great & Viking & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

30,184.  He hoped to rebuild English culture.  Or as he would say – restore wisdom.  (England & Alfred the Great & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

 

30,141.  So Britain in the 8th century was divided between the British peoples and the Anglo-Saxons ... Many tribes and small kingdoms.  (Great Britain & England & Anglo-Saxons)  Michael Wood, The Great British Nation: A People’s History 2/8

 

30,144.  England was divided.  North of Watling Street – Danelaw; but to the south – Alfred the Great’s Kingdom of the Anglo-Saxons.  (Great Britain & England & Viking & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

 

30,149.  The Anglo-Saxons lived under a kind of apartheid.  (Great Britain & England & Normans & Anglo-Saxons)  Michael Wood, The Great British Story: A People’s History: The Norman Yoke 3/8

 

 

30,185.  AEthelflaed: The Lady of the Mercians … A power of power and high education and intelligence.  (England & Alfred the Great & Women & Anglo-Saxons)  Michael Wood, King Alfred and the Anglo-Saxons II: The Lady of the Mercians

 

30,186.  A history of women as a whole has been erased everywhere.  (England & Alfred the Great & Women & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid. 

 

30,187.  The key to her warfare was fortress building.  (England & Alfred the Great & Women & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

 

30,188.  AEthelstan: There was peace everywhere and abundance of all things.  He was a mighty king worthy of high honour.  (England & Alfred the Great & Anglo-Saxons)  Michael Wood, King Alfred and the Anglo Saxons III: Aethelstan: The First King of England, BBC 2013

 

30,189.  AEthelstan will turn the dream of Alfred the Great into a reality: a kingdom of all the English.  (England & Alfred the Great & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

30,190.  A kingdom of the Anglo-Saxons … Winchester 899: the last days of Alfred’s life.  (England & Alfred the Great & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

 

30,191.  The Staffordshire hoard’s intricate and beautiful artefacts display the skills of Anglo-Saxon goldsmiths at their very best.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Artefacts & Treasure)  Time Team: Secrets of the Anglo-Saxon Gold, Channel 4 2012

 

30,192.  The Treasury Valuation Committee later priced the hoard at over £3,000,000.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Artefacts & Treasure)  ibid.

 

30,193.  Sutton Hoo: an undisturbed magnificent royal ship burial and a whole series of spectacular artefacts.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Artefact & Ship & Treasure)  ibid.

 

30,194.  Garnets weren’t mined in England so where on earth did the Anglo-Saxons get their gem stones?  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Artefacts & Treasure)  ibid.

 

 

30,195.  A super-school of art, specialising in metal work, particularly gold ... This was truly a golden age.  (England & Anglo-Saxons)  Dr Sam Newton, Anglo Saxon historian

 

 

30,196.  The biggest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold every discovered has been found in a field in Staffordshire.  (England & Anglo-Saxon)  BBC News, September 2009

 

 

30,197.  In July 2009 one lucky find lifted the lid on a long lost world: an astonishing treasure-trove of gold and silver hidden in a field in Staffordshire in the Midlands.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Treasure & Artefacts)  Dan Snow, Saxon Hoard: A Golden Discovery, BBC2 2012

 

30,198.  This is the story of the greatest find in generations.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Treasure & Artefacts)  ibid.

 

30,199.  7th century England, about the time when the Staffordshire Hoard was hidden ... An Anglo-Saxon settlement of the 7th century.  A thriving community with more than sixty buildings.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Treasure & Artefacts)  ibid.

 

30,200.  When the Anglo-Saxons built they used wood ... They didn’t leave too many clues behind them.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Treasure & Artefacts)  ibid.

 

30,201.  The find of a lifetime ... The true extent of the Hoard soon became clear.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Treasure & Artefacts)  ibid.

 

 

5,425.  Late afternoon, Saturday 14th October, the year is 1066 and this is the Battle of Hastings.  A vast Norman battleforce is bent on the destruction of Anglo Saxon England.  But 1066 was about far more than just one battle.  This is the story of three kings, three battles and three invasions.  (England & Medieval & Normans & Anglo-Saxons)  Dan Snow, 1066: A Year to Conquer England I, BBC 2017

 

103,189.  Three warriors all lusting for Edward’s Crown and the English throne.  (England & Medieval & Normans & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.  

 

103,190.  Harold was well placed and had support … He had no direct blood link with the Crown.  (England & Medieval & Normans & Anglo-Saxons)  ibid.

 

 

103,481.  April 1066: 12 weeks since Harold Godwinson was crowned king of England.  Already two powerful warlords are planning to rip the crown from his head.  (England & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons & Normans)  Dan Snow, 1066: A Year to Conquer England II

 

103,482.  Tostig is too angry to wait for his new allies; he decides to go it alone.  Two weeks later and England is under attack: Friday 5th May 1066 … Landing unopposed, Tostig ran riot on the Isle of Wight.  (England & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons & Normans)  ibid.

 

103,483.  York: the ancient Viking capital of England.  For Hardrada his first target and a base from which he could conquer the whole country.  (England & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons & Normans)  ibid.  

 

 

103,746.  Harold had killed his rival brother – the exiled earl Tostig, ending a bitter family feud.  The viking Harald Hardrada had died a warrior’s death in his bid for immortal glory.  (England & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons & Normans)  Dan Snow, 1066: A Year to Conquer England III  

 

103,747.  Now, William’s cavalry has the freedom to wreak terror.  While on the ground vicious weapons are inflicting terrible carnage on both sides.  (England & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons & Normans)  ibid.

  

103,748.  William’s coronation was far from the end of of his fight for control of England.  (England & Medieval & Anglo-Saxons & Normans)  ibid.

 

 

30,202.  A strong society with a unique and lasting culture.  The Roman colonisation was supposed to have erased the ancient Britons ... But I don’t believe our ancient culture was overwhelmed as easy as that.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Roman Empire & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  Dr Francis Pryor, Britain AD: King Arthur’s Britain I

 

30,203.  Far from a dark age this was a time of huge creativity and development.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Roman Empire & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

30,204.  Arthur is the ultimate commodity, a ready-made hero who has been hijacked by history.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Roman Empire & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

30,205.  Archaeologists are starting to radically rethink the Roman invasion of Britain.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Roman Empire & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

30,206.  Pre-Roman Britain was in fact a collection of often feudal tribal kingdoms.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Roman Empire & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

30,207.  Britain turned its back on Rome and turned to an independent future.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Roman Empire & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  ibid.  

 

 

111,797.  With the departure of the Roman troops historians imagined the end of history, and from their empty pages we have conjured a desolate wasteland … We call this the Dark Ages.  In actual fact, sophisticated societies developed in Britain in the Dark Ages.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  Dr Francis Pryor, Britain AD: King Arthur’s Britain II

 

111,798.  If he existed at all, rose to power in these troubled years … Was Arthur invented to make up for a lack of real history?  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  ibid.

 

111,799.  Dark Age Britain was a time of intellectual as well as economic advance.  (England & Anglo-Saxons & Arthur & Dark Ages & Great Britain)  ibid.

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