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Anglo-Saxon sculpture from Medeshamstede: the so-called "Hedda Stone", kept in Peterborough Cathedral

Earl's Barton late 10th Century Anglo Saxon Church. Northamptonshire, between Wellingborough and Northampton

St Wystan's Church, Derbyshire -- its Anglo-Saxon crypt holds the graves of two Mercian kings. Just south of A50, slightly east of Burton

A Roman Lighthouse beside St Mary-in-Castro, a Saxon Church, Dover, Kent. Despite heavy restoration in the nineteenth century, it remains the finest late Saxon building in Kent, dating from around AD 1000. Its location, and the evidence of numerous Saxon burials found in a graveyard to its south, suggest that there was a pre-Conquest civilian settlement here. The church probably originally formed part of an Anglo-Saxon burgh, a fortified town within the Iron Age ramparts.

St Peter's Church is the former parish church of Barton-upon-Humber in North Lincolnshire, England. It is one of the best known Anglo-Saxon buildings.

Situla (Bucket for Holy Water), ca. 860–880 Carolingian; From the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Crannenburg, Germany, possibly made in Reims, northern France Ivory with copper alloy gilt mounts and inlays

The 8th-9th century Saxon Cross in the 'plague' village of Eyam's, St Lawrence Church graveyard, Derbyshire, England