Antiquity an international journal of expert archaeology. Lots of British digs are published here. Back issues of Antiquity journal available on-line
Council for British Archaeology Their research reports section has out of print CBA reports available in pdf format.
Canterbury Archaeological Trust Archive of Annual Reports
Saxon Settlers in the Dartford Area Photos and discussion of Saxon burial goods in Kent
Archaeological Solutions (formerly Hertfordshire Arch. Trust) Several early medieval period sites
PotWeb Ceramics online at the Ashmolean Museum
Interpretation of Artefacts
Aspects of Burial: Four Inhumation Cemeteries in East Anglia
Clothing of Bog Bodies on Archaeology Magazine’s website contains a photo of the dress, reconstructed.
The Discovery of Anglo-Saxon Holdingham: Archaeological display at McDonald’s
Fonts and Characters
Junicode Font for Medievalists if you’re missing thorns, eths, and runes
Old English Accent Codes Making web page and getting existing ones to display ligatures”æ”, thorns “þ” & eths “ð” properly.
PhiloBiblon’ Help Page includes composing non-English Characters
Joseph Strutt’s A Complete View of Dress and Habits of the People of England 19th c. theories on A-S dress
9th C. Anglo Saxon clothing
Specific Articles of Clothing
An Anglo-Saxon Cyrtel This was a from the ground up project to make a cyrtel for Hastings 2000.
7th Century Anglo-Saxon Shoes by Tarrach Alfson
Markland Medieval Mercenary Militia Hose to go in your shoes
Felt pouch by Tarrach Alfson
Pouches – Regia Anglorum
Saxon Jewelry Middle Saxon
Glass and Amber Beads – Regia
Costume Classroom Offered classes in Early and Middle Anglo-Saxon Costume by Ben Levick
‘Reverie: Dress Style in the Two Millennia’ by Dr Gale R. Owen-Crocker. An article in Dragons in the Sky, an electronic-book comparing 10-11th c.England to today
Jewelry found at Anglo-Saxon archeological sites. A course review by Jennifer Bray recorded on Stefan’s Floregium, originally posted to rec.org.sca
Buildings and Tents
The Anglo-Saxon ‘Geteld’ How to make one
Thora Sharptooth’s geteld Pictures of Thora’s
The Saxon House at Authausen, Saxony, Germany
Collection: Medieval and Anglo-Saxon Recipes the trout, stews and fruit crumble are speculative Saxon-style recipes from the British Museum Cookbook
Map of Anglo-Saxon England by Matthew White
Anglo-Saxon Map of England The Cottoniana or Anglo-Saxon Map ca. 995 A.D.
An Anglo Saxon Calendar ‘Labours of the Months’ from BL Cotton Julius A. vi and BL Cotton Tiberius B. v, both 11th c.
Today in Old English A web page the automatically generates the day and time in Old and Modern English.
Anglo-Saxon Heathenism Articles on A-S religion, time, runes, place names, and a variety of other topics.
The Conversion of the Pagans article by Regia Anglorum
The Origins of the Anglo-Saxon Church article by Regia Anglorum
The Avalon Law Project: Anglo-Saxon Law Extracts From Early Laws of the English at teh Yale Law School website
Embroidery and Sewing
Anglo-Saxon and Viking Works of the Needle: Some Artistic Currents in Cross-Cultural Exchange by Carolyn Priest-Dorman
Embroidery Techniques Regia Anglorum
Archaeological Sewing by Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn
Weaving on the Warp-Weighted Loom: Some Source Materials
Brocaded Tablet Weaving Lord Rufus of Stamford
The Ealdríce Théodish Fellowship a small group of re-enactors from Regia Anglorum who wished to re-create the period between 450 and 750 AD
Raven’s Warband a re-enactment society of the early Anglo-Saxon period (circa 500AD)
Dark Ages Society recreating a time of Viking Invasion and of Anglo-Saxon resistance led by Alfred the Great the late 9th c.
Ða Engliscan Gesiþas the society for people interested in all aspects of Anglo-Saxon language and culture
Regia Anglorum Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman and British Living History. They have articles on nearly every aspect of daily life.
The Viking Experience Professional Viking-Age re-enactors. Their well researched authenticity guide is available on-line.
Geforðian Strandi The North American branch of England’s Regia Anglorum
Baldurstrand is a group of historical re-enactors in western states of the U.S.: California, Nevada and Oregon.
Bede’s World Saxon Living History Museum in Jarrow
West Stow Reconstructed village and Living History Museum, near Bury St. Edmunds
Friends of West Stow The volunteers who keep it running
The Vikings Celtic, Norman and Viking, and Saxon Re-enactment
The Heroic Age is a free online journal dedicated to the study of the Northwestern Europe from the Late Roman Empire to the advent of the Norman Empire
Matheliende The Online Journal of Medieval Studies at The University of Georgia
Old English Pages Learn Old English on-line, Fonts to download, learn to pronounce it, or just listen to the poetry readings.
Awritan on Englisc Learn to write in Old English
Anglo Saxon Charms You never know when you might be elf-shot.
Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts Links to photos of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts around the world.
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Be dubious of the dates in the earlier sections. Archaeological evidence sometimes differs.
Pope Gregory’s Correspondence Letters to Augustine and others regarding his trip to England to convert those heathen Saxons
The Electronic Sawyer Professor Sawyer’s Anglo-Saxon Charters: an Annotated List and Bibliography
Oaths of Fealty Dragonbear’s website
Angulsaxean Pages on History, Maps, Literature, Coins, Charters and Bibliographies
Anglo-Saxon History: A Select Bibliography by Simon Keynes This is the big one, maintained by the Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University
Ravensgard Anglo-Saxon Culture -Gerek and Chemine
NetSerf The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources