Ship-burials for this period are largely confined to eastern Sweden and East
Anglia. The earlier mound-burials ...
Sutton Hoo Ship Burial, c. 700 (British Museum, London) Multiple bronze, gold
and silver objects of Anglo Saxon origin, found in Suffolk, England, including: a ...
The gallery's centrepiece is the Anglo-Saxon ship burial at Sutton Hoo, Suffolk –
one of the most spectacular and important discoveries in British archaeology.
The Ship Burial at Sutton Hoo. Free Bars Organizing Idea: The findings at Sutton
Hoo validate descriptions and references made in Beowulf and prove the ...
Since its discovery in 1939, the Sutton Hoo burial site has been the most
important physical link to the Anglo Saxon world. The site consists of 19 or 20
Sutton Hoo Ship Burial ... the Anglo-Saxons comes from graves like the one
discovered at Sutton Hoo ... Read the story on what was discovered at Sutton
Buried on an escarpment overlooking the estuary of the River Deben in East
Anglia, the Sutton Hoo ship was discovered in 1939, just a few months before
Visitor information for the National Trust's Sutton Hoo in Suffolk. ... Explore the
atmospheric 7th-century burial mounds as you discover the history ... From the
1,400-year-old ghost ship to a display of replica treasures, discover our
BBC Primary History - A History of the World - Sutton Hoo Helmet. ... The wooden
ship had rotted away, but its outline, and some of the treasures buried with it ...
Alongside it were a vast array of weaponry and a 27-metre-long ship. ... The
discovery of the Sutton Hoo burial in 1939 profoundly changed opinions of an era