Treasure of the British Museum: Seax of Beagnoth

Seax of Beagnoth Anglo-Saxon, 9th-10th century AD  River Thames at Battersea, London Large Anglo-Saxon single-edged knives made of iron which were used in combat or hunting. Beagnoth which is inscribed on the blade is the name of the maker or owner.   © Trustees of the British Museum

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