- Early Anglo Saxon Hampshire
- Hamwic, Hampshire’s Anglo Saxon Port
- Saxon Corhampton Church
- Malaria in Anglo Saxon Hampshire
- Anglo Saxon Breamore
- Cenwalh Anglo Saxon King
- Anglo Saxon Women – Frithburga
- King Alfred’s Will
- King Alfred the Great, May He Finally Rest?
- King Alfred and The Vikings
- Old Minster Winchester
- Danes Attack Wessex Towns AD 1001
- King Sigebert – The Usurper
- Vikings Move Against Wessex
- Anglo Saxon Rood Breamore
King Alfred the Great had a will?
King Alfred’s will is one of only two Anglo Saxon kings wills that have survived the other being King Eadred’s (946 – 955AD). It is a fascinating document in which the rights of succession, property, tenure, gifts and personal privileges are laid out. It also shows the complexity of Anglo Saxon property estates and throws a wonderful light on the great Anglo Saxon king that Alfred was. The document can be seen in the British Library digitised manuscripts site, where it is part of a collections of manuscripts dated between 455 and 1023 relating to Hyde Abbey in Winchester but is also the topic for their Medieval Manuscript blog which is well worth reading.