Drawings of Anglo-Saxons


Drawings of objects

Female Grave from Brighthampton, Oxfordshire

These objects were found in a woman's grave in the Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Brighthampton in Oxfordshire (grave no 51).

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What are all these objects?

What do these objects tell us about this Anglo-Saxon woman?

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Anglo-Saxon women were usually buried with a variety of jewellery. Most often they were buried with a pair of brooches and some beads. They usually also had a knife. Sometimes women were also buried with rings, belt fittings and toilet sets.

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