Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture

"The Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture (CASSS) is a project to identify, record and publish in a consistent format, the earliest English sculpture dating from the 7th to the 11th centuries. Much of this material was unpublished before the work began, but it is of crucial importance as pointing to the earliest settlements and artistic achievements of the Anglo-Saxon/Pre-Norman English. It ranges from our earliest Christian field monuments (free-standing carved crosses), and innovative decorative elements and furnishings of churches, to humble grave-markers." Developed by scholars at the Archeology Department at the University of Durham, the site features a number of high quality images. The images are easier to find through browsing rather than searching. Copyright information available soon.