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Sapphire ring 'belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty' - News - Archaeology - The Independent. The only Anglo-Saxon sapphire found in the ground in England. Found 6 miles south of York. Set with red glass in high quality gold. Medieval Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Roman Jewelry, Renaissance Jewelry

Sapphire ring 'belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty'

A unique gold and sapphire finger ring, found by a metal detectorist and just purchased by the Yorkshire Museum, almost certainly belonged to Anglo-Saxon or Viking royalty, very senior clergy or a leading member of the Anglo-Saxon aristocracy, say historians.

Manticore from a medieval manuscript. (Illuminated manuscript close up). Medieval Books, Medieval Life, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Dragons, Illustrations Vintage, Manticore

Manticore from a medieval manuscript

Manticore from a Latin Manuscript from about 1225 to 1250 Oxford; University of Oxford; Bodleian Library; MS Bodley 764 fol-025r

Anglo-Saxon Gold Ring of Aedelfled, Century With owner’s inscription in Insular script ’+ÆDELFLED+MIE+Ah’ (for Æðelflæd me ah ‘Æ. owns me’) Anglo-Saxon Gold Ring Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Wiccan Jewelry, Antique Rings, Antique Jewelry, Anglo Saxon History, Tudor History

Anglo-Saxon Gold Ring of Aedelfled, 10th Century

Anglo-Saxon Gold Ring of Aedelfled, 10th CenturyWith owner’s inscription in Insular script ’+ÆDELFLED+MIE+Ah’ (for Æðelflæd me ah ‘Æ. owns me’).

Billedresultat for slavic tribes clothes viking Viking Clothing, Renaissance Clothing, Medieval Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Costume Russe, Viking Life, Norse Vikings, Viking Dress

Мероприятия 2011 года

Photo 2129 from МИКО "Святогор" г. Пенза's album Мероприятия 2011 года from 19 January 2011.

Silver Penny of Coenwulf, King of Mercia – antique English Coins, Silver Penny, Gold And Silver Coins, Antique Coins, Silver Bullion, World Coins, 3d Prints, Anglo Saxon, Rare Coins

ø Silver Penny | English Silver Coins

All about the Silver Penny - history, value, pictures and more

false prophets (Revelation 'Queen Mary Apocalypse', London century (British Library, Royal MS 19 B XV, fol. Medieval Drawings, Medieval Paintings, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, British Library, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Book Of Hours, Dark Ages


Your virtual eye on illuminated manuscripts, rare books, and the stories behind them. By Franco Cosimo Panini Editore.

Ancient & Medieval History - The Milton Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, Century AD Medieval Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Antique Art, Granada, Anglo Saxon History, European History, Roman Empire

The Milton brooch

@Victoria and Albert Museum, From newly opened Renaissance Medieval rooms 600-700 Anglo-Saxon England, Probably Kent

Illuminated initial letter B with King David on leaf excised from a medieval psalter (Book or Manuscript) Cleveland Museum Art, Cleveland, OH, USA Medieval Books, Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Illuminated Letters, Illuminated Manuscript, Word Art, Illustration Art Nouveau, Illumination Art

Leaves Excised from a Psalter (seven)

Traditional locations within the texts of manuscript psalters were marked by decorated initials or full-page miniatures. These miniatures designated the major divisions of the psalms as used in the

Crondall Hoard remains the most important evidence for the start of English coinage. The hoard was buried sometime before AD 650 and includes the earliest Anglo-Saxon coins produced in Britain after departure of Romans cent BC English Coins, Early Middle Ages, Gold And Silver Coins, Anglo Saxon, Ancient Jewelry, Dark Ages, British History, Coin Collecting, Archaeology

Crondall coin no. 59, Anglo-Saxon

Crondall coin no. 59 by Anglo-Saxon. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards. The Ashmolean Museum

Pendant Anglo-Saxon, century The British Museum Circular sheet gold pendant with a beaded wire rim and corrugated suspension loop. Three cloisonné birds’ heads with cabochon garnet eyes, … Medieval Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Medieval Art, Antique Jewelry, Viking Symbols And Meanings, Collier Antique, Vikings, Celtic Art

7th Century Saxon Gold Disc Pendant

These gold pendants came up in my Pinterest feed without much in the way of information, but a little digging within the pages of the British Museum website turned up a bit of info. They were found in King's Field, Faversham, Kent (UK). This is a site where the presence of royalty has been documented over many centuries -- Ethelbert had a residence there during his reign (560-616). The pendants are from around 600-650 AD, made of gold, glass and garnet. The garnet in the piece on the right…

The Anglo-Saxon penny bears the name of an early Archbishop of Canterbury and is only the . Sutton Hoo, Spanish Armada, Coin Design, Coin Art, Early Middle Ages, Old Coins, Anglo Saxon, European History, Dark Ages

Rare 1,200-year-old Anglo-Saxon penny found by a car salesman

The Anglo-Saxon coin which bears the name of an early Archbishop of Canterbury and is only the second of its kind known to be in existence was found in a field in Sheldwich in Kent.