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Anglo Saxon treasure found in England in 2009

Jewelled disc brooch, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 500-600C Anglo-Saxon

Anglo Saxon artifacts found in the Taplow burial mound, Buckinghamshire, England. Now displayed in the British Museum, London.

Disk Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, c. early 600s. Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England

Anglo-Saxon shield ornament from Sturry, Kent, England. Sixth Century AD, the design shows an eagle or raven. From the collection of the British Museum, London, England.

Anglo Saxon tiles Decorative thirteenth century floor tiles made in Chertsey showing a fictional battle between Richard I (the Lion Heart) and Saladin. Now in the British Museum

The Warminster Jewel – an Anglo Saxon aestel or manuscript pointer that dates back to the time of Alfred the Great, circa 9th century by The Department for Culture, Media and Sport, via Flickr. Warminster Jewel, Anglo-saxon, 7th century AD. Gold frame, rock crystal and blue glass cabochon. Found in a field near Cley Hill, Warminster in 1997. © Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum

Stirrup, 975–1075 Anglo-Scandinavian, possibly from southern England Iron inlaid with copper alloy

Celtic Stater, late 1st century BC Attributed to Dubnovellaunus, king of the Cantiaci, who ruled the Thanet area of Kent, south east England.