Anglo-Saxon History Fairly extensive bibliography, primary and secondary sources by Simon Keynes.
Labyrinth Anglo-Saxon Extensive links on Kevin Kiernan's Electronic Beowulf project.
NetSerf Anglo-Saxon More resources and links.
The Franks Casket Images and descriptions of the 8th-century ivory treasure.
Catherine Ball's OE Page Old English texts and translations; teach yourself OE with instructional software.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle From the Online Medieval and Classical Library, translated from the Old English.
BedeNet Devoted to the monk of Jarrow, with extensive bibliographies and lots of links.
The Venerable Bede A clearinghouse sort of site with exhaustive bibliographies and links.
Ruin of Britain
Read about the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons from the Scottish-born,
educated priest Gildas (writing c.540).
Learn about the 8th-century monumental cross and its relationship to
English poem The Dream of the Rood. Includes images and translation.
A 19th-century antiquarian's account of Anglo-Saxon archaeology, with some
Where the helmet that launched a thousand book covers was found.
has an online site tour and excavation images, but no artifact pictures . . .
. . . Because the British Museum owns the copyrights! See them here
"sutton hoo" in the Quick Search box once you've entered Compass.