Sutton Hoo
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Sutton Hoo

A barrow ( earth mound ) discovered in 1939 containing a Saxon ship 24 metres in length. The purpose of the burial is unknown as no body has been found inside . It is thought to have been a tribute to Raedwald the 7th century king of East Anglia. It contained many Saxon and foreign artefacts such as a gold buckle, silver plates, sword and helmet remains, axe, cooking utensils, spear heads, coins and others. There is a section devoted to Sutton Hoo.

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