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ANGLOSAXON HISTORY PROJECT
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GROUP 1
History
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A Brief History of Anglo-Saxon England
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Anglo-Saxon Social Organisation
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The Battle of Hastings
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History of the Normans
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Kingmakers - The story of the House of Godwin
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King Vs. Pope - Why did the Pope support William's invasion of England?
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Norman Social Organisation and Feudalism
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Trade in Anglo-Saxon England
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Viking Social Organisation
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Vikings!
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Who Were the Anglo-Saxons?
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Who Were the Celts?
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Who Were the Normans?
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Who Were the Vikings?
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The Clan Ivarr - The descendants of Ivarr the Boneless
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The Cymry - The Welsh in the 10th/11th century
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GROUP 2- Weapons and Warfare
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Warfare - An examination of service and combat of the period
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Anglo-Saxon Military Organisation
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The Anglo-Saxon Fyrd c.400 - 878A.D.
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The Anglo-Saxon Fyrd c.878 - 1066A.D.
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Who Were the Huscarles?
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Viking Military Organisation
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Welsh Warfare - War in Wales in the 10th/11th century
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Arms and Armour
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Part 1: Spears
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Part 2: Scramseaxes
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Part 3: Axes
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Part 4: Missile Weapons
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Part 5: Swords
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Part 6: Mail Armour
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Part 7: Helmets
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Part 8: Shields
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The Bayeux Tapestry - Further Interpretations - Swords and sword belts
on the Bayeux Tapestry
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They Didn't Have Bows, Did They? - Archery in Anglo-Saxon England
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Much Ado About Bondage - Lamellar armour from Byzantium
The Battle of Hastings
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GROUP 3- Crafts and Everyday Life
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Bone and Antler Working
Braid Weaving
Bronze working
Charcoal Burning - The results of an experiment in charcoal burning
Early Medieval Brewing - The results of an experiment in brewing early medieval
beer
Embroidery Techniques - Embroidery techniques used in Anglo-Saxon England
Experimental Pottery Kilns - The results of two experimental pottery firings
Feasting and Fasting
Fishing in Early Medieval Times
Food and Drink
Glass and Amber - Glass and amber working in the Viking Age
Houses and Furniture
How the Healing Herb Became - Ancient folklore on the origins of the healing
herb
Iron Working
Language - How the language of the Saxons and Vikings is still in use today
Leather Working
Lucets - Weaving cords using a lucet
Nalebanding - Textile production using the nalebinding technique
Non-ferrous Metalworking
Oven Building - An experimental oven
Pottery
Sprang - Weaving using the sprang technique
Stone Working
Textiles
Replica Bonework - Some more examples of bonework from the period
Woodworking
Wool and Stuff - Which textiles were available in Anglo-Saxon England.
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GROUP 4- Religion and the Church
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Church Organisation - The organisation of the church in Anglo-Saxon England
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The Origins of the Anglo-Saxon Church
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The Role of the Church - The role of the Church in Anglo-Saxon Society
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The Conversion of the Pagans
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Monastic Life - Everyday life for monks
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Clerical Vestments - The vestments worn by the Anglo-Saxon clergy
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The Write Stuff - Manuscript and book production in Anglo-Saxon England
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Quills 1
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Quills 2 - Cutting a quill pen
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Quills 3 - Types of ink
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To Be Christian, Or Not To Be Christian - A humorous conversation between a
missionary monk and a pagan Viking
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GROUP 5- Ships
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Ships and their construction. - Not everything you need to build a Viking ship, but
very nearly
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Ships and their use. - Now that you've made one, what should you do with it?
Miscellany
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Fauna - The animal life of Anglo-Saxon England
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Flora - The plant life of Anglo-Saxon England
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Language - How the language of the Saxons and Vikings is still in use today
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The Long Arm of the Law - Law and order in Anglo-Saxon England
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For What It's Worth - Costs and the value of money in Anglo-Saxon England
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A Nice Little Earner - The slave trade in Anglo-Saxon England
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Pastimes of the Viking and Anglo-Saxon Age - Who needs television?
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Music and Verse
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Games of the Viking and Anglo-Saxon Age
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Now and Then - How easy is it to compare life and artefacts?
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How Do We Know? - How do we know about life in the past?
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Name: ______________________________GROUP: ______________________________
POINTS EARNED
CRITERIA
Accuracy, detail, and
thoroughness of your
information
POINTS POSSIBLE
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35
Visual Aide
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25
Preparation, enthusiasm,
clarity, and eye contact
during presentation
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20
Used class time wisely
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20
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100
TOTAL
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