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Anglo-Saxon village - West Stow

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The Anglos and Saxon were two of the groups of warrior farmers who crossed the North Sea into Britain from around 400AD onwards. They set up farms and small villages like this one that has been reconstructed at West Stow in Suffolk. The village was built on a low hill by the river Lark. Picture taken at West Stow Anglo-Saxon settlement and Museum August 2006.

18th Aug 2006 by Diane Earl


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Anglo-Saxon Saxon Saxons Danes buildings house houses village Dark-Ages shelter building archaeology dwelling settlement home construction build materials people farm warrior fight

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