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St Gregory's Minster, Kirkdale
A PowerPoint presentation with recent (2006) photographs. St Gregory's Minster, in beautiful setting in Kirkdale, North Yorkshire, has a sundial that records its renovation -- just a few years before the Norman Conquest. The sundial also…

The Hackness Cross
PowerPoint presentation with recent (2006) photographs. St Peter's Church in Hackness, North Yorkshire, contains a remarkable Anglo-Saxon memorial cross (8th century), which commemorates 'Abbess Oedilburga' (possibly Ethelburga). Reflecting the…

Replica Cross for worship
Various images taken from Bede's World at Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, a museum on the site of an ancient Anglo-Saxon monastery whose most famous resident was the historian, scientist and poet Bede.

History of Corhampton Saxon Church AD 1020; author Chris Maxse
Corhampton Saxon Church is situated on the banks of the River Meon which runs from East Meon on the South Downs, through the Meon Valley to the Solent at Titchfield Haven.
The Church, which was built in 1020, when Cnut was King of Wessex and…

In the steps of Saint Wilfrid - The Meon Valley Pilgrimage Trail
The River Meon flows through the Meon Valley in Hampshire and runs from East Meon on the South Downs, through the Valley to the Solent at Titchfield Haven. The River Meon formed the boundary between the West Saxons (Wessex) and the South Saxons…

Barnack (Northants.): A-S tower
Images from the Church of St John the Baptist, Barnack. The lower two stages of the church tower date from c.1000AD.

Bradford-on-Avon 1
The chapel of St Laurence has been variously dated from the early eighth to the mid eleventh centuries. For more information, see here:

Breedon-on-the-Hill (Leicestershire): A-S sculpture
Examples of Anglo-Saxon sculpture photographed at the Priory Church of St Mary, Breedon-on-the-Hill.

Brigstock (Northants.): A-S stair turret
Images of the Church of St Andrew, Brigstock, Northamptonshire. For more information, see the Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland:

Brixworth (Northants.): A-S (reconstruction)
Images of Anglo-Saxon elements of All Saints' Church, Brixworth, Northamptonshire. This church is mentioned in the Peterborough chronicle as having been founded by 675AD, although other elements of the building were added from the tenth to the…
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