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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: A survey describing the weapons and equipment of the Anglo-Saxon warrior during the three-and-a-half centuries from the end of Roman Britain to the arrival of the Vikings (AD ). Anglo-Saxon paganism, sometimes termed Anglo-Saxon heathenism, Anglo-Saxon pre-Christian religion, or Anglo-Saxon traditional religion, refers to the religious beliefs and practices followed by the Anglo-Saxons between the 5th and 8th centuries AD, during the initial period of Early Medieval England.A variant of the Germanic religion found across much of north-western Europe, it encompassed a.
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The Anglo-Saxon Weapon Names Treated Archaeologically And Etymologically [FACSIMILE] Paperback – January 1, by May Lansfield Keller (Author)Author: May Lansfield Keller. The Anglo-Saxon Weapon Names Treated Archæologically and Etymologically by May Lansfield Keller The Anglo-Saxon Weapon Names Treated Archaeologically and Etymologically Antiquarian Investigation; Inaugural Dissertation Presented to the University of Heidelberg for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy by May Lansfield Keller.
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Apr 7, 04/ Apr 7, The Anglo-Saxon weapon names treated archaeologically and etymologically. The type of sword popular during the migration period and the Merovingian period of European history (c. 4th to 7th centuries), particularly among the Germanic peoples was derived from the Roman era Spatha, and gave rise to the Carolingian or Viking sword type of the 8th to 10th centuries.
The blade is normally smooth or shows a very shallow fuller, and often has multiple bands of pattern.The Anglo-Saxon weapon names treated archæologically, by Keller, May Lansfield () The Anglo-Saxon, a study in evolution by G.
E. Boxall () The antiquities of the Anglo-Saxon church, by .Anglo-Saxon Weapons and Warfare by Richard Underwood,pages This book is surprisingly good. I say that because a, works about militarily affairs are sometimes less than scholarly (a lot are fine, but this area does tend to attract armchair generals) and b, when a book has just as many illustrations as there is blurb, it can be a sign that the text has taken a back seat/5.