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'First' Christian king ruled out in famed Prittlewell Anglo-Saxon burial
'First' Christian King Ruled Out In Famed Prittlewell Anglo-Saxon Burial - 2019
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Prittlewell royal Anglo-Saxon burial
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Burials constitute a large part of the archaeological record from Anglo-Saxon England, and this study-day uses the rich East Anglian burial record to ...
These burial treasures open a window into early Anglo-Saxon East Anglia
A bronze-coloured brooch decorated with multiple faces.
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Saxon burial from Ashtead with spearhead and knife (image SCAU)
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The new sculpture at Sutton Hoo. ( National Trust )
Burial sites from 5th and 6th centuries yield unexpected treasures
St Augustine of Canterbury, who was sent by Pope Gregory to convert the Anglo-
Two gold pendants from a grave at Winfarthing, Norfolk (NMS-E95041)
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Anglo-Saxon graves and tree-trunk coffins unearthed in Norfolk
... a collective name applied to the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of south, east, and central England during late antiquity and the early Middle Ages.
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The first page from Bede's book, 'History of the English Church and People'
Impressive Middle Saxon Artifacts Uncovered at Anglo-Saxon Island Discovered in English Field | Ancient Origins
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Anglo-Saxon bones dating back 1,000 years ( Dean and Chapter of Winchester Cathedral )
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Gardener unearths Anglo-Saxon carving in job lot of rockery stone
Figure 3: Christ on the lid of the coffin of Saint Cuthbert. © Durham
An 8th-century copy of the Rule of St. Benedict
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Figure 6: The Great Urswick stone. Photo: Lilla Kopár.
The Gosforth Cross, showing scenes from Anglo-Saxon mythology
Sutton Hoo ship burial helmet
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His and hers grave goods: many pre-Christian Anglo-Saxon burials contain artefacts that are broadly specific to a particular sex.
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Belt Buckle, Sutton Hoo, gold, 13.2 x 5.6 cm (The British Museum