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Aerial reconstruction of Catholme Anglo-Saxon Settlement

Based on map and documentary evidence , this view shows a suggested reconstruction of the Anglo-Saxon settlement at Catholme, near Burton-on-Trent. The image is overlaid on the original archaeological ...

An Anglo-Saxon lord, Codsall 1086

The earliest mention of Codsall is in the Domesday survey of 1086 [first 3 lines of the extract above]. It is written in abbreviated Latin and begins, ‘ In Seisdon Hundred Cynewin holds from the King ...

Arches in Stoke-on-Trent Churchyard

This view of St. Peter's Church, Stoke-on-Trent is from Church Street. The arches in the foreground are the ruins of a Saxon and a later twelfth century church. The remains of the medieval church were ...

Checkley - Danish Monument: engraving

Showing both sides of a Danish funeral monument near Checkley.(See SV III 80c.ii, for a similar engraving.)Anonymous. These are actually anglo-saxon cross-shafts and can be found in the graveyard of ...

Checkley - Danish Monument: engraving

Showing both sides of a Danish funeral Monument near Checkley.(See SV III 80c.i, for a similar engraving.) Anonymous. These are actually anglo-saxon cross-shafts and can be found in the graveyard of ...

Checkley Church - Ancient Crosses: sepia drawing

'Remains of Ancient Crosses in Checkley Church Yard, Staffordshire,' showing three crosses decorated with figures and strap-work.'J. C. B.,' [John Chessell Buckler.] These are actually anglo-saxon ...

Excavation of St. Bertelin's Church, Stafford

Mr. A. H. Oswald, Keeper of Archaeology at Birmingham Museum, describing the progress of excavations on the site of St. Bertelin's Chapel in St. Mary's churchyard to members of the Old Stafford Society. ...

Ilam Church - Ancient Cross: sepia drawing

'Ancient Cross in the Church Yard at Ilam, Staffordshire,' showing a south west view of a round cross with curved faces and a broken head.J. B., [John Buckler.]

Ilam Church - Ancient Cross: sepia drawing

'Ancient Cross in the Church Yard at Ilam, Staffordshire,'showing a south east view of a cross with a tapered rectangular shaft, with carved circles and knot-work. The head is broken.J.B., [John Buckler.]...

Ilam Church - Ancient Crosses: lithograph

'Ancient Crosses, Ilam Churchyard,' showing a west view of three crosses. Anonymous, '1860 [lithographed] ; H. S., Sketched 1849.'

Leek - 'Antique Pillars': woodcut engraving

A page from 'The Gentleman's Magazine,' giving a letter about 'Antique Pillars at Leek,' with a woodcut engraving of a pillar, 'about ten feet high,' with a carving on it. There is also a woodcut of ...

Leek Church - Ancient Cross: sepia drawing

'Ancient Cross in the Church Yard at Leek, Staffordshire.' Showing a round pillar which tapers to a rectangle, ending in a knob (the arms of the cross having broken away) with some plait-work decoration ...

Norman and Saxon Carvings, Colwich Church,

Various pieces of stonework set into the wall of the vestry of St. Michael and All Angels Church. The head, piscina, and column are believed to be Saxon. The chevron mouldings at the lower end are ...

Old Stone Cross, Chebsey Churchyard,

Anglo-Saxon cross shaft re-erected in the south east corner of the churchyard of All Saints. The shaft dates from the mid-eleventh century. Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, ...

Rolleston Hall - Ancient cross: sepia drawing

'Ancient Cross in the grounds at Rolleston Hall, Staffordshire; The Seat of Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart.,' showing a circular head enclosing a cross. It is placed in front of a fountain of rustic style.'J. ...

Saxon Cross Shaft, Eyam, Derbyshire. Photographed by William Blake.

Stereoscope slide of a Saxon Cross Shaft at Eyam Church, Derbyshire.

Saxon Cross, St. Edward's churchyard, Leek

The original church was built in the eleventh century, but the Roman numerals on the cross (1180) date it to almost a century later. It is a long, round, cross-shaft, with a horizontal band of interlace ...

Saxon Cross-Shaft, Alstonefield. Photographed by William Blake.

Stereoscope image of an anglo-saxon cross-shaft found at Alstonefield Church, Staffordshire

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