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Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: West Stowe

Holderness Cross This high-status gold and garnet cross was found in Burton Pidsea on the Holderness Peninsula, East Yorkshire. It dates to the seventh century and is an early example of the Christian symbol of a cross being made in Anglo-Saxon England using a technique known from pagan jewellery of the period. The cloisonne cell work is filled with shaped garnets; only fifty-eight of the original ninety-five garnets survive.

Emerald cross, emeralds, enamel, gold and pearls late 16th century

The Holderness Cross Anglo-Saxon Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 7th Century

Fibula. Merovingian - seventh century. Gold, pearl, garnet and glass paste. Louvre Museum

From the Saxon Staffordshire Hoard. -- (Gold Cross reconstruction.) Learn about the artistry of Anglo- Saxon craftsmen, and see ancient weapons of war that were works of art through Staffordshire and Sutton Hoo treasures.

Africa | Sanke 'Debira' pendant | Gan peoples of Burkina Faso | Bronze | ca. 1950

Remains of dark ages princess found in field in Cambridge

Small garnet cross found in Anglo-Saxon princess burial uncovered in Cambridge. The shape recalls that of the Canterbury Cross.

Fibules wisigothiques 6e siècle - Art Wisigoth Espagne http://jpdubs.hautetfort.com/archive/2007/06/23/oeuvres-cles-de-l-histoire-de-l-art.html

Cross and bed found in Anglo-Saxon grave shed new light on 'dark ages'

The gold cross found in the grave of the young Anglo-Saxon woman. Photograph: Cambridge University

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