The Anglo-Saxon Invasion of England took place from the mid-fifth to early seventh centuries, following the end of Roman power in Britain around the year 410. The "monthly" life of the times is illustrated in a series of pictures. The Anglo-Saxon Calendar 6/12: June aka Weyd-monat: apart from continuing to maintain the field crops, June was an opportunity to harvest wood from the forest, both for building and warmth.

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The Anglo-Saxon Invasion of England took place from the mid-fifth to early seventh centuries, following the end of Roman power in Britain around the year 410. The "monthly" life of the times is illustrated in a series of pictures. The Anglo-Saxon Calendar 6/12: June aka Weyd-monat: apart from continuing to maintain the field crops, June was an opportunity to harvest wood from the forest, both for building and warmth.
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Image ID: KH517E
From Old England : a pictorial museum of regal, ecclesiastical, municipal, baronial, and popular antiquities by Charles Knight printed 1845
Location: England, United Kingdom

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