Beowulf : Anglo-Saxon Background
This site from the BBC offers extensive information and activities about the Anglo-Saxons.
Beowulf on Steorarume (Beowulf in Cyberspace)
An introduction, an Anglo-Saxon text and two translations, and related texts. Be sure to click on " Beowulf Resources" for links to a wealth of background information on Anglo-Saxons: language, history and culture, religion, and leisure activity, including a link to Anglo-Saxon recipes.
Research dates the British settlers who constructed first monuments at Stonehenge
"Rather than being seen as a neolithic new build in an empty landscape, [Stonehenge] should be viewed as a response to long term use of the area by indigenous hunters and home makers."
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Found? Site Described In Epic Poem Excavated
This news article reports on an archaeological excavation near the Danish village of Lejre.
Turning the Pages: Lindisfarne Gospels
The illuminated Lindisfarne Gospels. Use the magnifying glass tool to see detail. Commentary is available via text or audio file.