Anglo-Saxon gold. Hmm...Maybe I ought to dig up them old masks and helmets and stuff that my colonial grandpas 300 years back brought over from the old world (England). They kept all that old stuff burried in the mountains so that the no good neighbors wouldnt steal it and buy likker with it.
If only I could get that danged old sword to come out of that blamed rock. What good is a thing like that anyways? I dont know why they ever brought it over. We dont have much use for the thing. We keep it out behind the barn. We just tie the mules to it.
I'm dreadfully sorry for anyone who has to suffer the horrific and inevitable dead feeling inside after having read this, yes this is another rather tedious 'I need a book, somebody help me' thread, but to get slowly and painstakingly to the point, somebody help me, i need a book. Something on general Anglo-Saxon England, the various kings, scrapping with the Vikings or each other, whatever is involved, much obliged to anyone who is willing to help.
The very best book about the Anglo-Saxon Age and the Anglo-Saxons is "Daily Life in Anglo-Saxon England" (The Greenwood Press Daily Life Through History Series) By: Sally Crawford.
I really hope you really find this book about the Anglo-Saxon Age and the Anglo-Saxons extremely interesting, informative, and fun to read! Have fun! Enjoy! You are most welcome! Anytime!