Bede's World recreates the landscape in the years around 700 AD. This includes experimental recreated timber buildings based on structures excavated within Anglo-Saxon Northumbria and a farm, with animals and crops as close as possible to those of the 7th and 8th centuries.
The building (above left) is based on one excavated at Thirlings in Northumberland. It was the central building of a cluster group which was built in the 6th century AD. .
The Anglo-Saxon pit-type house (above right) is a simple structure raised over a pit excavated into the ground. This example is based on one excavated at New Bewick in Northumberland.
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