EDITORS COMMENTS This print from Historic England showcases the reconstruction drawing of an Anglo-Saxon woman named N090544, discovered in Mucking, Essex. Created by Judith Dobie and the English Heritage Graphics Team, this illustration beautifully depicts a female figure adorned in a tubular gown or peplos fastened with two exquisite brooches. The attention to detail is remarkable, capturing the essence of Anglo-Saxon fashion and offering us a glimpse into the past. The woman's attire reflects her status and taste for elegance during that era. The tubular gown gracefully drapes around her body, emphasizing her feminine silhouette while exuding an air of sophistication. The meticulously crafted brooches serve as both functional accessories and decorative elements, adding a touch of opulence to her ensemble. Grave 323 holds not only archaeological significance but also provides valuable insights into the lives and customs of our ancestors. This image transports us back in time, allowing us to imagine how this Anglo-Saxon woman would have lived - perhaps attending gatherings or engaging in daily activities within her community. Through this photograph print from Historic England Photo Library, we are reminded of the rich history embedded within our land. It serves as a testament to our collective heritage and invites us to appreciate the beauty found within ancient cultures like that of the Anglo-Saxons.
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