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crab.rutgers.edu/~pbutler/aslyre.html

The most famous "example" of this instrument is the Sutton Hoo lyre, small ..... the body block has been "glassed" - meaning that it's been sanded such that all ...

tenthmedieval.wordpress.com/2014/06/12/flat-out-for-sutton-hoo

Jun 12, 2014 ... Our itinerary was ambitious: to Maldon, because of the Battle, on which I had to do an impromptu lecture on the way; then to Sutton Hoo, ...

www.wikiwand.com/en/Sutton_Hoo_helmet

Whatever the meaning conveyed by the Sutton Hoo example, the "ritual dance was evidently no freak of fashion confined to a particular epoch, but was practised ...

www.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_word_Hoo_mean_in_a_place_name._As_in_Luton_Hoo_or_Sutton_Hoo

Hoo means a spur of a hill. ... Meaning of woo hoo? ... Sutton Hoo was the site of a ship burial of an important Anglo-Saxon person, possibly King Raedwald of ...

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Wuffing Education Study Days at Sutton Hoo provide in-depth explorations for newcomers, enthusiasts, and specialists in the archaeology, history, landscapes,  ...

oldenglishteaching.arts.gla.ac.uk/Units/0_Glossary.html

We understand the difference in meaning between 'John bit the dog' and 'the dog bit ..... Sutton Hoo is a seventh-century Anglo-Saxon burial site in East Suffolk, ...

decodedpast.com/sutton-hoo-burial-ship-discovery/2459

Aug 16, 2013 ... Sutton Hoo was a private estate in Suffolk until owner Edith Pretty ... This placed him inside the ship, and let him define the shape of the hull.

pia-journal.co.uk/articles/10.5334/pia.378

Dec 15, 2011 ... The Byzantine Silver Bowls in the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial and ... may have had some special meaning which has never been discovered.

www.york.ac.uk/archaeology/gsp/alumni/carver/suttonhoo.html

But for me, Martin will always be the king of Sutton Hoo, striding across the mounds, his ..... Reflections on the meaning of Anglo-Saxon barrows, in S. Lucy & A.