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What better way to pass your time than by enjoying traditional Welsh music? Start your musical trek by heading over to the trac cymru YouTube channel to listen to some songs, then give the trac-cymru official page a gander. After that, you might want to … Continue reading
The BBC had an article today stating the 12 recently unearthed Anglo-Saxon skeletons will go on display. If you want to know a bit more on Anglo-Saxons before you see their bones, here’s a useful collection of articles on various aspects of … Continue reading
Just this weekend a new article has appeared on Wikipedia on Anglo-Saxon burials. Being a new article on quite a specific topic, it isn’t extremely fleshed out, but be that as it may, it still is an interesting read – … Continue reading
Twelve Anglo-Saxon skeletons dating from around 750 – 900 A.D. were found earlier this week in Bicester buried under a modern car park where a new community center will be built. In Anglo-Saxon times the site was home to the cemetery belonging to a church that stood … Continue reading