ⓘ Saxo-Norman

                                     

ⓘ Saxo-Norman

Saxo-Norman is the very end of the Anglo-Saxon period in England and the start of the Norman occupation, typically between 1060 and 1100. Often used to refer to architecture and physical culture, the term addresses the combination of Anglo-Saxon and Norman styles prevalent during the period.

                                     
  • original building was Saxon the only remains of the early church are the Saxo - Norman nave, the remains of a doorway and a double bellcote. Historic England
  • the last decades before the Norman conquest of England. The top of the tower is slightly later, representing the Saxo - Norman overlap architecture of the
  • intended. The church is externally Perpendicular in style, with an earlier Saxo - Norman nave. The interior of the church is very light with a floor of irregular
  • The anonymous Saxon poet known as Poeta Saxo who composed the medieval Latin Annales de gestis Caroli magni imperatoris libri quinque Annals of the
  • Andrew s Church, Letcombe Regis: Prehistoric, Roman, Anglo - Saxon and Saxo - Norman Activity Oxoniensia. Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society
  • window head on the south face of the tower, predates the Norman Conquest and may be Saxo - Norman It is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust
  • meadows. This parish church is mainly constructed from carrstone and has a Saxo - Norman round tower and west wall. The rest of the church dates from the 14th
  • BBC. Retrieved 31 May 2015. McCutcheon, Clare 2010 Current Work on Saxo - Norman Pottery in Ireland PDF Medieval Pottery Research Group: 3. Body
  • ringing analysis dated a sequence of pits containing hurdles to the late Saxo - Norman period. Excavations between 1990 - 1994, revealed riverside activity and
  • Mary the Virgin are 11th - century Saxon or Saxo - Norman and the remainder of the building is 12th - century Norman New windows were inserted in the chancel