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Anglo-Saxon Life: The Warm Hall, The Cold World

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Daniel Harthausen

on 4 September 2012

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By Daniel Harthausen and Kyle Howerton Anglo-Saxon Life: The Warm Hall, The Cold World By Daniel Harthausen and Kyle Howerton When kings would pass away they would
be sent off in a ship with all of their
valuables into a mass of water near
their community. Despite having abundant valuables the Anglo-Saxons did not live luxuriously. The Anglo-Saxon's way of leadership was that there was one leader whether family, clan, tribe, or kingdom. Their leader had much power and demanded loyalty over their subjects. Their way of living was housing that was very close together with animals near by and very close to a communal hall/courtyard. In which there would some form of heat. This sometimes encourages communal discussions and rule by consensus. Anglo-Saxons relied on one another for survival as well as staying to loyal to their leader. Through doing these things Angle-Saxon people could acquire fame and success especially during time of war
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