View our gallery of coloured prints and monochrome illustrations from the early English 'Age of Heroes'
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Available as a limited edition of 50 quality digital reproductions,signed by the artist. Pen and coloured Indian inks.
On 20th December,the Heathen English mark this night which is sacred to their ancestral womenfolk.
In common with their germanic cousins, the English have always respected their women and revered their wisdom and occult powers
EOSTRE Goddess of the Spring .Her attributes are especially known in England.We name Easter after her,although she represents the regeneration and regrowth of nature as revered by our heathen forefathers. She was mentioned by the venerable Bede who described her as one of the oldest known to the English people.The rising sun,the egg and the hare are all symbols connected to thisancient deity. The print comes unmounted. Size:12" wide x 16.5" high ( 21.5 cms wide x 42 cms high )
Available as a quality digital giclee reproduction
The EOSTRE print is titled in Roman capital letters beneath the picture
"EOSTRE-EARLY ENGLISH GODDESS OF SPRING"...more
This large graphic image in vibrant colours shows the Gods of the Old English and would make a fine centrepiece at home or gift or an educational aid for children being taught about their own culture. It could also be used in schools.A full descriptive text is given next to each figure...more
Sceaf,the boy from the sea,is an ancient tale which describes the mythical origins of the English.
Available as a limited edition of 50 quality digital reproductions,signed by the artist. Pen and coloured Indian inks.Size:12" wide x 16.5" high ( 21.5 cms wide x 42 cms high )...more
A heathen ancestral troth was noted in the 10th century by Ahmed Ibn Fahdlan as he travelled amongst the northern tribes during his embassy to the Volga Bulgars.
Available as a limited edition of 50 quality digital reproductions,signed by the artist. Pen and coloured Indian inks....more
Suitable for both adults and children, for schoolroom or as a centre- piece in the family home.This poster shows our early English heroes from the 'Adventus Saxonum'499 AD and warband leaders Hengist and Horsa, through to King Harold and Hereward 'the Wake' ,all depicted against the backdrop of a dramatic cliff side setting.Beneath each figure on a corresponding shield you can read about their deeds. Little has been done over the present century to make ourselves or our children proud of our own English heroes.This poster puts that right at last.*Each copy is signed individually by Mark Taylor....more