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Anglosaxon thegn taking oath of fealty, cover scanned from a Hachette book "Life on the time of the barbarian kingdoms"

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"Carolingian forces are defeat by Saxon 'rebels' in the Süntel Hills in AD 782", Graham Turner

Carolingian forces are defeat by Saxon rebels in the Süntel Hills in CE 782 by Graham Turner

Hunter gatherer

Mesolithic hunter-gatherers camp at Dřínová Hill by Libor Balák

ilustrations pour Angus Signe de piste signé Michel Tournier

ilustrations pour Angus Signe de piste signé Michel Tournier

A Divided Land Part 2 - Northumbria AD 598 to 616 ~ Dec. 5, 2011 by Richard Denning

A Divided Land Part 2 - Northumbria AD 598 to 616 ~ Dec. 2011 by Richard Denning

King Olaf Tryggvason,s last stand. Battle of Svolder, 999 or 1000. Painting by Angus Mcbride.

fantastical-art: “ Some Viking art by the always awesome Angus McBride.

"Swearing fealty - King Arthur stands upon a sacred stone and accepts the oath of fealty from a Celtic chief, a Pict and a Saxon"

"Swearing fealty - King Arthur stands upon a sacred stone and accepts the oath of fealty from a Celtic chief, a Pict and a Saxon", Richard Hook

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The blue, red, and yellow of Stinskogr marches south. Bolstered by invisible enchantments, they move quickly as nature parts to let them pass.

Two Saxon warriors - realistic portrayal of the sort of warrior farmers who entered the former Roman province of Britannia in numbers, in the fifth century AD.

Two Saxon warriors - realistic portrayal of the sort of warrior farmers who entered the former Roman province of Britannia in numbers, in the fifth century AD.

Norse horsemen fight Anglo-Saxon soldiers at the Battle of Hastings, England, in 1066.

Battle of Hastings, England, in 1066 - Norman knights plow into the Anglo-Saxon lines.

"Night of the Long Knives"  Vortigern, usurper of Britain, called the leaders of both Celtic and Roman factions to meet peacefully with the Saxons at Stonehenge. At the start of the council the Saxons rose up and massacred the Britons

"Night of the Long Knives - Vortigern, usurper of Britain, called the leaders of both Celtic and Roman factions to meet peacefully with the Saxons at Stonehenge. At the start of the council the Saxons rose up and massacred the Britons", Richard Hook

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