Who were the Anglo-Saxons? A questions that is often asked among those who are of Celtic origin. The book by David Wilson is one general view of Anglo-Saxon culture as seen through the eyes of the archaeologist.
First published as a volume in the 'Ancient Peoples and Places' series in 1960, it was reprinted by Pelican books in 1971. There are 38 figures [including the plans of Anglo-Saxon houses ] and 79 plates including one of my favorites "The Alfred Jewel" (plate 57). [For the real jewel of Alfred The Great see my post titled "The Real Jewel of Alfred The Great" at thejonesgenealogist.blogspot.com on Saturday, Nov. 10th, 2012.]
For those who might have a bend to the shovel (archaeology as spelled by those Anglo-Saxons), this book is a good reference. The contents include:
The Study of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology
Historical Background and Pagan Burials
The Life of the People
Weapons and Warfare
A good list indeed...but as shown above, first "hear no evil"...:-).