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Anglo-Saxon Religion Project

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FC: The Anglo-Saxon Religion Book

1: The Anglo-Saxon Religion Book Created by Jeru Lyle-Littlejohn

2: The Beginning The Anglo-Saxons arrived in Britain from southern Scandinavia.

3: In the beginning of their religious faith, they practiced paganism. | Paganism was the religion that believed in many Gods.

4: As a pagan religion, at sacred placed, typically woods and natural features, and alters, they worshiped many gods. Some of the major Gods they worshiped were named by English week day names Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

5: Tuesday represented the God Tiw. Tiw was the God of warfare and battle. Woden the God of wild hunt represents Wednesday. Woden was also a chief of the Gods Before the Christian era. Thunor, the God of thunder, gives is the day Thursday.

6: Thor, the god of thunder, protects mankind from giants. his name represents modern day Thursday.

7: The Picture to the right is Frige. She is the goddess of love and also the wife of Woden. She is one of the most powerful Goddesses there is. She gives us the day Friday.

9: Between the time of 600-1100 A.D, the Anglo-Saxons converted from Paganism to Christianity. Christianity is the Belief of Jesus Christ(God). Everyday, they would go to the temple/alter and give sacrifices to the Lord. If there were anyone that did not cooperate with the Christianity faith, they were put to death. There were many people that still followed Pagan customs and they tried to put magical spells and things of that nature on the Christians , but if you were caught, a horrible consequence followed that action.

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Jeru Lyle-Littlejohn
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