Household Economy

Book 2, Chapter 6, The End of the Ninth Century – Anglo Saxon Furniture

It is very rare that we can catch in history a glimpse of the internal economy of the Anglo Saxon household. Enough, however, is told to show us that the Saxon woman in every class of society possessed those characteristics which are still considered to be the best traits of the character of Englishwomen, she was the attentive housewife, the tender companion, the comforter and consoler of her husband and family, the virtuous and noble matron. In their chamber, besides spinning and weaving, the ladies were employed in needlework and embroidery, and the Saxon ladies were so skilful in this art, that their work, under the name of “English work” was celebrated on the continent.


Chapter 6, Ancient Towns and Highways

Domestic life of the Anglo-Saxons

Houses

Buildings

Bells and Churches

Ancient Towns

Highways

Chapter 6, Internal Fittings of Houses

Tapestry

Fires

Chapter 6, Anglo-Saxon Furniture

Anglo-Saxon Furniture

Food and Drink

Amusements

Furniture and Beds

Household Economy

Treatment of Slaves

The Toilette

Costume and Ornaments

Chapter 6, Anglo Saxon Hunting and Travelling

Hunting

Travelling and Inns

Medicine

The Calendar

Chapter 6, Anglo-Saxon Language

Anglo-Saxon Language

Local and District Courts of Justice

Authorities



Categories: Book 2

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