Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A 1, 300-year-old Anglo Saxon feasting hall have been unearthed by a group of archeologists. Ahead of all, the hall foundations shows the last of the ancient pagan rituals. In 30 years, science and discovery have made a major find! The foundations were located under the village green at Lyminge, Kent. Further research have detected that the structure itself possess a room which can contain more or less than 60 persons. Besides, the timber from the structure is long gone but archaeologists found the outline of the building by post holes and plank gaps for the wood to be laid horizontally to create the walls. Along with the room, jeweleries and rare piece of horse harness have been found. Philosophers and historians have mentioned that the horse harness decoration has very significant meaning especially in paganism. Indeed, historians have stated that the ability to own and upkeep a horse was the mark of the warrior aristocracy!