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
Organizing Idea: The findings at Sutton Hoo validate descriptions and references
... in Beowulf were misunderstood until the retrieval of the Sutton Hoo artifacts.
Since its discovery in 1939, the Sutton Hoo burial site has been the most
important ... The list of artifacts and treasure from this mound is as follows: An iron
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 »
(A coroner's inquest determined the artifacts to be the property of the landowner,
... That Sutton Hoo is a royal burial can be seen in the objects discovered in the ...
Examine some of the beautiful objects found in this famous ship burial, and see
what the excavation site looked like. Includes jewellery, coins, helmets and more
May 24, 2007 ... In the 7th century AD, a King - it was surely no less - received a magnificent burial
at Sutton Hoo, in East Anglia. A ship was hauled up from the ...
So with the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial we have some very rare artifacts from a period
.... There is a strong Connection between Sutton Hoo and graves found in ...
Sutton Hoo is an Anglo-Saxon ship burial from 620AD. ... preservation of the
objects within the tomb, but also astonishing for the sheer rich quality of the