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Discuss the wider archaeological importance of two specific examples of dress accessories from the Anglo-Saxon/Viking period (400-1100 AD). (Both examples must be from one of these two periods). Compare and contrast the examples you have chosen and make sure to also include information on their circumstances of discovery, their archaeological contexts (if known), and their basic typology and chronology.