Three figures are used on this website to symbolise the three elements in our name:

sutton hoo helmet

The Sutton Hoo Helmet

The Sutton Hoo helmet, made in the early seventh century (taken from with permission from the British Museum). The helmet formed part of the funeral deposit in Mound 1 at Sutton Hoo, in the Kingdom of the East Angles.

gokstad ship

The Gokstad Ship

The Gokstad Ship, made in the late ninth or early tenth century (Viking Ship Museum, Oslo). For further information, visit the Museum's website. This image has been provided by the Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo.

st matthew

Symbol of St Matthew

Man (Symbol of St Matthew), from the Book of Durrow (Dublin, Trinity College Library, A.4.5 (57), f. 21v), written and illuminated in the second half of the seventh century. For further information, visit the Library's website.