Sutton Hoo, near Woodbridge, East Anglia, is the site of two 6th- and early 7th-
century cemeteries. One contained an undisturbed ship burial, including a wealth
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Over 4000 garnets, red precious stones, were used on objects from Sutton Hoo,
some of them in the helmet's eyebrowsThe Sutton Hoo Helmet is one of the most
BBC Primary History - A History of the World - Sutton Hoo Helmet.
Sutton Hoo is an Anglo-Saxon ship burial from 620AD. ... According to the
Venerable Bede in his "Ecclesiastical History", Redwald ruled East Anglia in 616,
is an Anglo-Saxon archaeological site located near Suffolk, England, with at least fourteen burial mounds in it, one of which included an entire ship, dated to about the 7th century AD.
My definition included a reference to the fairly unsubstantiated claim th... More »
Since its discovery in 1939, the Sutton Hoo burial site has been the most
important physical link to the Anglo .... History Today 48: (9) 59-60 September
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River Deben in Suffolk, at Sutton Hoo, are eleven mounds or 'barrows' dating ...
So with the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial we have some very rare artifacts from a period
... there's not a lot of paintings,; a very unstable period in medieval history.
Organizing Idea: The findings at Sutton Hoo validate descriptions and ... Beowulf
also provides readers with a glimpse into the history of the early eighth century.
The finds at Sutton Hoo changed historians' views about the Anglo-Saxon period,
which had been regarded as a Dark Age following the end of Roman Britain.