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Bell shrine containing an iron hand-bell thought to have belonged to St Cuilean. Glankeen, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. Bell: AD 600–800, shrine: AD 1100–1200. © Trustees of the British Museum

Bell shrine containing an iron hand-bell thought to have belonged to St Cuilean. Glankeen, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. Bell: AD 600–800, shrine: AD 1100–1200. © Trustees of the British Museum

Etruscan jewellery. 7th century BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.

Etruscan jewellery. 7th century BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.

https://flic.kr/p/BJuAiX | West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Suffolk, England |             West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village is both an archaeological site and an open-air museum. Evidence for intermittent human habitation at the site stretches from the Mesolithic through the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Romano-British period, but it is best known for the small village that existed on the site between the mid-5th century and the early 7th century CE, during the early Anglo-Saxon period…

https://flic.kr/p/BJuAiX | West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Suffolk, England | West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village is both an archaeological site and an open-air museum. Evidence for intermittent human habitation at the site stretches from the Mesolithic through the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Romano-British period, but it is best known for the small village that existed on the site between the mid-5th century and the early 7th century CE, during the early Anglo-Saxon period…

5 TIJDLIJN / SOEMER : 2150-1400 vr.Ch. Het Gilgamesj-epos wordt geschreven.Dit heldendicht is een van de oudste overgebleven werken uit de westerse literatuur.

La quête de la vie-sans-fin (2) du 16 mai 2015

5 TIJDLIJN / SOEMER : 2150-1400 vr.Ch. Het Gilgamesj-epos wordt geschreven.Dit heldendicht is een van de oudste overgebleven werken uit de westerse literatuur.

Etruscan jewellery. 7th century BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.

Etruscan jewellery. 7th century BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom.

St Chad gospels. Vellum, AD 700–800. Used by permission of the Chapter of Lichfield Cathedral. © Trustees of the British Museum

St Chad gospels. Vellum, AD 700–800. Used by permission of the Chapter of Lichfield Cathedral. © Trustees of the British Museum

L’esprit hussard

L’esprit hussard

Cliché d'un jour - La chasse d'Assurbanipal

Cliché d'un jour - La chasse d'Assurbanipal

7th century. 4 rings in the West Yorkshire Hoard, near Leeds.

7th century. 4 rings in the West Yorkshire Hoard, near Leeds.

Buckle from the sword belt from the ship-burial at Sutton Hoo

Buckle from the sword belt from the ship-burial at Sutton Hoo

Élément de mobilier en ivoire de style phénicien représentant un homme saisi à la gorge par une lionne, Nimrud, British Museum.

Élément de mobilier en ivoire de style phénicien représentant un homme saisi à la gorge par une lionne, Nimrud, British Museum.

Anglo-Saxon art covers art produced within the Anglo-Saxon period of English history, beginning with the Migration period style that the Anglo-Saxons brought with them from the continent in the 5th century, and ending in 1066 with the Norman Conquest of a large Anglo-Saxon nation-state whose sophisticated art was influential in much of northern Europe.

Anglo-Saxon art covers art produced within the Anglo-Saxon period of English history, beginning with the Migration period style that the Anglo-Saxons brought with them from the continent in the 5th century, and ending in 1066 with the Norman Conquest of a large Anglo-Saxon nation-state whose sophisticated art was influential in much of northern Europe.

This is a very rare Anglo-Saxon jeweled scabbard button, dating to the 7th century A.D. This beautiful object was excavated in Northamptonshire, declared as treasure (NARC-2CE634) but the British Museum were unable to acquire it. Anglo-Saxon gold and garnet scabbard fitting. A circular gold button with a twisted gold wire border and cloisonné cells for six inlaid garnets (one now missing). Each garnet has a gold foil backing with an intricate 'waffle' pattern. On the reverse is a loop for…

This is a very rare Anglo-Saxon jeweled scabbard button, dating to the 7th century A.D. This beautiful object was excavated in Northamptonshire, declared as treasure (NARC-2CE634) but the British Museum were unable to acquire it. Anglo-Saxon gold and garnet scabbard fitting. A circular gold button with a twisted gold wire border and cloisonné cells for six inlaid garnets (one now missing). Each garnet has a gold foil backing with an intricate 'waffle' pattern. On the reverse is a loop for…

Ivory figure of a griffin-headed demon, Urartian (eastern Turkey), 8th- 7th century BCE (British Museum).

Ivory figure of a griffin-headed demon, Urartian (eastern Turkey), 8th- 7th century BCE (British Museum).

Gold coins and ingots from the ship burial at Sutton Hoo, early 7th century, Sutton Hoo, Suffolk, England, © Trustees of the British Museum.

Gold coins and ingots from the ship burial at Sutton Hoo, early 7th century, Sutton Hoo, Suffolk, England, © Trustees of the British Museum.

Scepter  Anglo-Saxon, 7th century  The British Museum

Scepter Anglo-Saxon, 7th century The British Museum