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Vikings and Anglo-Saxons

Alfred’s Domboc

The largest piece of legislation issued by King Alfred of Wessex (871–899) as well as the longest legislative text issued in Old English.

Anglo Saxon Chronicles

Looks at the Anglo Saxon Chronicles, first started by King Alfred of Wessex 890 AD.

Provides articles, timelines, maps and biographies from this period in British history.

BBC History: Vikings

Offers features, articles and interactive activities exploring the life and times of the Vikings in Britain.

Centre for the Study of the Viking Age

Coordinates research into all aspects of the Viking Age, with emphasis on Scandinavian contacts with the British Isles. Provides details of projects and courses, conferences, publications, and contacts; based in the University of Nottingham.

Da Engliscan Gesipas

Offers details of Anglo-Saxon life and culture, with a particular focus on the Anglo-Saxon language and calendar.

Early British Kingdoms

Features chronologies and maps of Dark Age Britain, with extensive information about King Arthur, royalty and saints, plus details of archaeological remains. Large children's section.

Regia Anglorum

Living history society presents extensive articles on the history of Viking, Celtic and Anglo-Saxon England, including details of weaponry, buildings and daily life.

Viking Society for Northern Research

Founded to promote interest in the Scandinavian North, its literature and antiquities; gives details of membership, events, publications, and links to resources.

Vortigern Studies

Contains comprehensive information about British history from the end of the Roman era to the Arthurian. Includes a section devoted to the Wansdyke earthworks and extensive translations of source texts.

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