3 Staffordshire Hoard The Anglo Saxon discovery near Lichfi eld in July 2009, known as the ‘Staffordshire Hoard,’ is the most signifi cant discovery of our time. Over 5000 individual items, thought to be ‘War Bounty’ are celebrated with this fi ve piece pack. Set includes a wonderful reproduction of the Pectoral Cross, a Serpent Ring, two Pendants and a small reproduction of the Sutton Hoo mask, so that that fi nd is not forgotten.
035-HI00305 £ 24 .45
2 Saxon Man’s Outfi t Tunic, leggings, belt and hat form a basic outfi t for all classes, cleverly cut to fi t a range of ages.
035-AS-MC £ 85 .95
3 Saxon Woman’s Outfi t A tunic similar to the man’s but longer. With veil and belt. The veil would have been to protect the hair.
035-AS-WC £ 85 .95
4 Anglo-Saxon Time Capsule Experience life as an Anglo-Saxon with this collection of artefacts. Ideal for a ‘hands on’ approach to study. Pack includes; runes used for casting spells and engraving on wood or stone, 5 double- sided coins, wooden stamps for decorating pots and a domestic cooking pot.
035-AS-CAP 5 Coin Set
£ 82 .95
Set of 5, double-sided coins that feature King Alfred, the early London Mint mark and Anhalf Guthrisson amongst others. All sides feature different imagary to enable plenty of scope for work. Includes teacher’s notes.
035-AS-COIN £ 9 .99
6 Anglo Saxon Runes Both the Saxons and the Vikings used runes in religion for casting spells and were usually engraved on wood or stone. These examples are burnt onto wooden tablets. 16 runes with teacher’s notes.
035-AS-RUNE 7 Cooking Pot
Anglo Saxon domestic pottery was normally made in rough black fi red form. This one is typical of the period and would have been common throughout the Saxon world. 15cm.
035-AS-POT £ 24 .45 FREE DELIVERY when you order online www.tts-shopping.com 1637 £ 30 .45 7 SET OF 4 5 5