Anglo-Saxon Women in England

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The Freelance History writer wrote an article on Anglo-Saxon Women in England for the Mittlealter website a few years ago.

On the topic of ordinary Anglo-Saxon women in England there are some limited sources of historical information. These are mostly in the form of wills and charters, literature and poetry and law codes of the Anglo-Saxon kings. More information exists regarding aristocratic and religious women. From the evidence we have we can glean some small details on what life was like for Anglo-Saxon women. Surprisingly these women enjoyed some economic and marital rights.

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Image is of Saint Edith of Wilton. Enjoy!

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