A young Anglo-Saxon woman with a taste for the finer things in life is the unlikely inspiration for a new pilgrim route.
In Anglo-Saxon England a hill could be a dragon’s lair and a ditch the home of gods.
The British Library’s new exhibition is a star-studded tour of the Anglo-Saxons at their most eloquent.
Often lost behind stories of kings, queens, bishops and saints, what was life like for an Anglo-Saxon woman below the upper ranks of society?
The worst monsters to the Anglo-Saxon mind were those who thought like humans but chose to act differently.
The medical advice in Bald’s Leechbook outlasted the language in which it was written.
The real and mythical dangers of the wilderness.
The beginning of another year provides Eleanor Parker with an opportunity to reflect on a meditation on time that combines exquisite Old English poetry with early medieval science.
A leading Anglo-Saxon scholar, whose influence will be felt for generations to come.
Simon Keynes argues that the reign of the famously incompetent king, who died in London a thousand years ago, is in need of reappraisal.