The archaeological evidence for equestrianism in early Anglo-Saxon England, c.450-700 - Medievalists.net
Most of our evidence is drawn from the funerary record,and more specifically from the rite of horse inhumation,or the provision of horse equipment as a grave good. Insacrificing horses to accompany the dead the Anglo-Saxon elite were doubtless influenced by Continental burial theatre, where the rite is to be observed at itsmost explicit.
EBK for Kids: Anglo-Saxon Tradesmen & Craftsmen
A Study of the British, Anglo-Saxon, Scottish & Pictish people of Britain. Designed by David Nash Ford for Year 3/4 in UK Schools. Ideal for helping with Key Stage 2 of the History National Curriculum Unit 6B: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past?