Secrets in the Stones: Decoding Anglo-Saxon Art. Part 3
Early Anglo-Saxon Temple Discovered
Once dismissed as an imaginative vision of the architecture of Rome by a culture whose architecture was limited to wooden huts and halls, new analysis we present here supports a radically different interpretation: that the pommel is a precise representation of a sophisticated and uniquely 'Anglo-Saxon' building, made decades or even centuries before such structures were previously thought to exist.
Could this sword mount provide the earliest glimpses of a lost Anglo-Saxon temple?