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Anglo Saxon Achaeology

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FC: Anglo-Saxon: | Archeology | By: Angel Vera | English 12

1: The Anglo-Saxons architecture was very simple because the houses were made of wood. They use wood as their primary source of building since England was mostly covered by forests. | Although most of their churches, were more complex since they were built by stone.

2: Houses | a | Diagram

3: The Anglo-Saxon construction were simple buildings such as their houses which it appears like huts. Their houses was mainly built with wood and the roofs were made of straw. They also considered which way the sun would be facing the house so they could use the light and heat from the it.

4: Churches were a big part of the Anglo-Saxons culture. They built many Churches varying from big ones to small ones. | Churches

6: Churches | The Anglo-Saxons built about 50 churches or more. All of the churches that are still around were found to be constructed from stone.

7: The Anglo-Saxons carefully carved the stones on the churches to enhance the appearance of the churches.

8: The halls were the biggest buildings in the Anglo-Saxon village. The halls usually had a hole on the roof so the fire in the center of the hall could escape. It was the largest house which belonged to the chief and his warriors. The Halls were also used as a location where meetings were held.

9: The Halls

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