These images show various areas of the tula (all are copyright Chris Holden 1997-2007). Click on the image to see it full size.
A stead house:
The chief's hall:
Woodcraft area of the Chief's stead:
Another view of the crafters tools:
Another stead house:
Inside the stead house:
The spear, knife and shield of a fyrdsman in storage:
Entrance to the clan's sacred barrow:
Close-up of the barrow entrance:
The south hunting grounds:
The valley hunting grounds:
Duckbill fungus. Seen as an omen in the area - the neighbouring clan the Squirrel Eaters (that's their nickname, as they are squirrel eating stick-pickers) see it as an opportunity to hunt durulz, while it means something quite different on this tula:
Many of these images first appeared on my now defunct Angl-Saxon history website. The steads are in fact houses photographed at West Stow Anglo-Saxon village. The barrow is in fact Wayland's Smithy. The huntlands are areas of King's Forest, and Thetford Forest where I happened to be walking my dogs.
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