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  • The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles - Complete modern English translation published by the Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL).
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  • Anglo-Saxons.net - Sean Miller provides an introduction, timeline, dates, lists of rulers and archbishops, maps, texts and translations, including a searchable database of charters.
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  • BBC: The Anglo-Saxons - Discover how the Anglo-Saxons lived with an interactive guide to 8th-century English life. A guide for schoolchildren which aims to cover KS2 QCA Scheme of Work Unit 8b: 'Anglo-Saxons case study'.
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  • Britannia: Anglo Saxon England - A series of original material and contemporary sources relating to England before the Norman conquest.
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  • The Burghal Hidage - Anthony Bradshaw explains this Saxon document which lists the fortified burhs of Wessex, with maps.
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  • David Roffe - An historian who specializes in the study of Domesday Book. Includes online text of lectures and information on his research and publications.
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  • Dr Sam Newton's Wuffings' Website - Explores the early medieval kingdom of East Anglia and its Wuffing dynasty as well as aspects of the literature, legend, history, and archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England.
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  • International Society of Anglo-Saxonists - Aims to further all aspects of Anglo-Saxon Studies and holds a conference every other year.
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  • The Life of King Alfred - Biography by Asser, Bishop of Sherborne, written c.888. E-text hosted by the Online Medieval and Classical Library.
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  • Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England - Searchable database of all recorded people living in early medieval England, produced by academics from several universities.
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  • Regia Anglorum - This living history group provides articles on Anglo-Saxon times with illustrations and references. Includes a virtual village, manor and minster.
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  • Saxon House - A recreation of an Anglo-Saxon house built at Market Rasen in Lincolnshire. Includes history, the story of its construction, photographs and visitor information.
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  • Vortigern Studies - Robert Vermaat's look at British history c.400-600 AD. Includes discussions of the evidence for Vortigern and the Wansdyke earthwork.
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  • Ða Engliscan Gesiðas - An historical society devoted to the study of all aspects the Anglo-Saxon period. Aims, articles, Anglo-Saxon calendar and forum.
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