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Anglo-Saxon Culture

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FC: Anglo-Saxon Culture

1: Anglo-Saxon Culture By: Dale Hovis

2: Musical Instruments | Bone whistles made of deer bone and harps made of lime and ash were common musical instruments used by the Anglo-Saxan people.

3: The Anglo-Saxans used sharpened rocks tied to wood for Weapons to hunt. Their armor was made of thin metal for their helmets and shields. | Weapons/ Armor

4: Anglo-Saxon Housing was pretty shabby and beat up. They were mainly made from timber which they found and stripped by hand and thatch,waterproof straw and leaves, for roofing. | Housing

5: The Mead Hall's in the small villages would be the biggest and best building that there was. It always looked the nicest and was usually in the center of the town. | Mead Halls

7: Anglo-saxon artwork was all hand made from thin metal for metal work and jewelry and they make pots. Many clay artifacts were found from the Anglo-Saxon time. | Artwork

8: Women's clothes were always long and went down to there feet and covered their heads. They also wore other garments to cover their arms.

9: Men's clothing was a little more normal. They wore robes with a rope to hold it together but it wasn't as long as women's dresses. It typically went down to the knee | Clothing

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