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The Kingdom of Wessex (c. 519-927 CE or c. 519-1066 CE) was a political entity founded by the West Saxon Chieftain Cerdic (r. 519-540 CE) in 519 CE in the Upper Thames Valley of modern-day Britain which would later evolve into the modern nation.
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Kingdom of Wessex

The Kingdom of Wessex (c. 519-927 CE or c. 519-1066 CE) was a political entity founded by the West Saxon Chieftain Cerdic (r. 519-540 CE) in 519 CE in the Upper Thames Valley of modern-day Britain which would later evolve into the modern nation.

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Late Saxon shelly ware with a spouted pitcher, with convex base and an everted rim and strap handle.

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Household equipment, Anglo-Saxon, probably 5th-7th century (pottery), Ashmolean Museum

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A Saxon pottery urn of plain form with slightly flaring neck, broken and repaired but with negligible loss, red-black surface, inscribed, Saxon, c 6th Cent, Warren Hill, Mildenhall, Dec 1875 ·P·S·I·A VI·I, 3.25in high, 5.25in diameter via auction house

A Saxon pottery urn of plain form with slightly flaring neck, broken and repaired but with negligible loss, red-black surface, inscribed, Saxon, c 6th Cent, Warren Hill, Mildenhall, Dec 1875 ·P·S·I·A VI·I, 3.25in high, 5.25in diameter via auction house

A Saxon redware pottery urn of early globular form, everted flaring neck with broad flat rim, decorated with three raised arches, each with central groove, Frisian-Angle derivation, Southern type, 5th-6th century A.D., 6.25in high, 6.5in diameter.

A Saxon redware pottery urn of early globular form, everted flaring neck with broad flat rim, decorated with three raised arches, each with central groove, Frisian-Angle derivation, Southern type, 5th-6th century A.D., 6.25in high, 6.5in diameter.

5th-7th century CE, 105mm. Prittlewell, Essex. A wheel-thrown biconical bowl or jar, light brown with micaceous temper and some burnishing. Horizontal scoring on the neck. A similar vessel with a narrower neck found at St. Peter’s, Kent and published by Evison. The high-status cemetery at Prittlewell had close links with the area of Canterbury and eastern Kent. Reference: Evison, V.I. Wheel-Thrown Pottery in Anglo-Saxon Graves, Royal Archaeological Institute, London, 1979 p.83 and 18(a).

The Ashmolean Museum. Photographs courtesy Lindsay Kerr. Artifacts from Haslingfield cemetary.
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The Ashmolean Museum. Photographs courtesy Lindsay Kerr. Artifacts from Haslingfield cemetary.

Illington-Lackford pottery at West Stow

Illington-Lackford pottery at West Stow

String of beads (AN1921.1119, record shot)
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Anglian: Miniature bucket pendants These tiny bronze bucket pendants were probably either kept in or sewn onto a bag. They may have been amulets or charms. The buckets contained remains of threads. AD 410 - AD 600
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Anglian: Miniature bucket pendants These tiny bronze bucket pendants were probably either kept in or sewn onto a bag. They may have been amulets or charms. The buckets contained remains of threads. AD 410 - AD 600

Jutlandic Brooch Group examples from Vron (grave 43) in Picardy, France.

Jutlandic Brooch Group examples from Vron (grave 43) in Picardy, France.

Silver necklet; flat curved plate at front with three vertical lines flanked by semi-circles, V-shapes &c; twisted hoop + hook-and-eye.
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necklace; collar; neck-ring | British Museum

Silver necklet; flat curved plate at front with three vertical lines flanked by semi-circles, V-shapes &c; twisted hoop + hook-and-eye.