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Gearwe, the Anglo-Saxon word which would eventually become Jarrow, is the name of a farm and a small settlement built using archaeological findings on Anglo-Saxon buildings which were being constructed when Bede was alive.

Gearwe, the Anglo-Saxon word which would eventually become Jarrow, is the name of a farm and a small settlement built using archaeological findings on Anglo-Saxon buildings which were being constructed when Bede was alive.

A recreated Anglo-Saxon building where one of the wealthier families of a settlement would live. Based on a ground plan uncovered at Yeavering in Northumberland. Gearwe was the Anglo-Saxon name for Jarrow.

A recreated Anglo-Saxon building where one of the wealthier families of a settlement would live. Based on a ground plan uncovered at Yeavering in Northumberland. Gearwe was the Anglo-Saxon name for Jarrow.

Delizia - The epic history of the Italians and their Food

Delizia - The epic history of the Italians and their Food

This building contains a pit ("grube" in German), possibly for grain storage. Later names for this structure might have been grubhouse, or grubhut.  It's based on the plan for a building discovered by archaeologists at New Bewick in Northumberland, although similar buildings from this period have been found all over Northern Europe.   It is thatched with heather.   Gearwe was the Anglo-Saxon name for Jarrow.  The generic name for these types of structure is Pit-House.

This building contains a pit ("grube" in German), possibly for grain storage. Later names for this structure might have been grubhouse, or grubhut. It's based on the plan for a building discovered by archaeologists at New Bewick in Northumberland, although similar buildings from this period have been found all over Northern Europe. It is thatched with heather. Gearwe was the Anglo-Saxon name for Jarrow. The generic name for these types of structure is Pit-House.

Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook, 3rd: Authentic Early American Recipes for the Modern Kitchen: Jack Larkin, Deb Friedman

Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook, 3rd: Authentic Early American Recipes for the Modern Kitchen: Jack Larkin, Deb Friedman

A recreation of a monk's cell or workshop based on archaeological evidence from an early medieval monastery near Hartlepool. Gearwe was the Anglo-Saxon name for Jarrow.

A recreation of a monk's cell or workshop based on archaeological evidence from an early medieval monastery near Hartlepool. Gearwe was the Anglo-Saxon name for Jarrow.

Ways to use orange marmalade in sandwiches, from food historian C. Anne Wilson and food site British Food in America.

Ways to use orange marmalade in sandwiches, from food historian C. Anne Wilson and food site British Food in America.

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