Anglo Saxon

In the history of Great Britain, Anglo-Saxon England refers to the historical land roughly corresponding to present-day England, as it existed from the 5th to the 11th century, but not including Devon until the 9th century.

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The Price of Blood (The Emma of Normandy Trilogy, #2)
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The Chosen Queen (Queens of Conquest #1)
The Abbess of Whitby: a Novel of Hild of Northumbria
The Private Lives of the Saints: Power, Passion and Politics in Anglo-Saxon England
Æthelred: The Unready
The Last Kingdom (The Saxon Stories, #1)
The Pale Horseman (The Saxon Stories, #2)
Lords of the North (The Saxon Stories, #3)
Sword Song (The Saxon Stories, #4)
Anglo-Saxon England (Oxford History of England)
The Burning Land (The Saxon Stories, #5)
The Anglo-Saxon World: An Anthology
Death of Kings (The Saxon Stories, #6)
Ecclesiastical History of the English People
Alfred the Great: Asser's Life of King Alfred and Other Contemporary Sources
The Anglo Saxon Chronicle
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The Pagan Lord (The Saxon Stories, #7)
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88 books — 44 voters

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Bagwyn Books
12 books — 2 voters

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Masters in English Literature
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Nicola Griffith
She knew them by their thick woven cloaks, their hanging hair and beards, and their Anglisc voices: words drumming like apples spilt over wooden boards, round, rich, stirring. Like her father’s words, and her mother’s, and her sister’s. Utterly unlike Onnen’s otter-swift British or the dark liquid gleam of Irish. Hild spoke each to each. Apples to apples, otter to otter, gleam to gleam, though only when her mother wasn’t there.
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