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Anglo-Saxon Women

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1: Anglo-Saxon Women By: Sonni Gibson

2: The daily life of the Anglo-Saxon women depended on their social class and religion.

3: Lay-Women often did the gardening. | The women wore under dress, overdress (wool or heavy linen) and a simple veil.

4: Sometimes, for their occupation, the women would be entertainers.

5: More common occupations for the women were cloth-makers and embroiders.

7: The meals were prepared by the men or slaves. Women always served the drinks. Meals were cooked by both the men and women.

9: Headache, toothache, earache and joint pain are some of the "common ailments" that the Anglo-Saxon women lived with.

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