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Explaining how a Viking brooch is decorated. Part of a demonstration showing how the Vikings and Saxons worked with silver to produce jewellery and artefacts

One of the most fascinating things you can discover in a museum or collection of archaeology is just how clever our ancestors really were.

Trying to reproduce some of their artefacts and creations is a challenge for today’s craftsmen working with modern tools and equipment. Many of the skills used for thousands of years have almost been lost in the last century.

By recreating firstly tools just like the originals, and then studying the way tools like these are still used today in distant corners of the world, it has been possible to relearn some of these ancient crafts and produce replica artefacts remarkably similar to archaeological finds from many cultures.

It is now possible to book live demonstrations of some of these crafts for your site, inside or out.

An Iron Age Bronze Casting Demonstration. Other displays include Roman cookery, Viking silversmithing, Celtic bone working, Roman soldier and  Viking bone carving

Displays in the past have included Viking or Celtic Bone working using bone, antler and horn to produce all manner of useful items. A Viking Silversmith making jewellery with a range of ancient tools and techniques. A Roman Cook, Bronze casting, Leather working and many more.

If you are interested in a demonstration then why not contact me and see what we be arranged.

Celtic, Roman, Saxon and Viking Bonework
Viking / Saxon silver brooch. Click here to take a look at a  Viking Silversmith and how the Vikings used silver to make their jewellery.
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Lore-and-Saga Living history services and resources for schools, museums and heritage sites. Viking and Roman in school sessions and craft demonstrations. teachers notes and worksheets. Vikings, Saxons, Romans, national curriculum, invaders and settlers, key stage 2, history, teachers information, living history interpreter, in school sessions, storytelling, Roman resources, educational presentations, Viking lore, runes, Roman lore, Viking saga, living history interpretation, Viking resources, Odin, Viking crafts demonstrations, Roman cookery display, Viking silverwork, Roman games, chronology, Viking games, Roman school visits, Viking runes, national curriculum history key stage two, Viking school visits
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