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The Hall - Inside, West Stow Saxon Village


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The hall was a place of hospitality, warriors and guests feasted and drank in a token of friendship and loyalty to family or in the case of the great royal halls - to the king. They cooked in cauldrons and drank from drinking horns.

17th Aug 2006 by Diane Earl


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Anglo-Saxon Saxons buildings house village Dark-Ages archaeology dwelling settlement construction build materials furniture family home feast

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