The Sutton Hoo ship excavation.
In 1939 a remarkable discovery was made by Charles Philips and his team. They came upon a large rowing ship dating back to the mid 7th century, filled with helmets, shields, swords and other objects of significant value dating back to medieval times. They called it Sutton Hoo.
Sutton Hoo is in the part of England known in ancient times as East Anglia. It consists of Norfolk and Suffolk and lies on the eastern seaboard. Sutton Hoo burial ground is on the bank of the River Deben, opposite of the town of Woodbridge, about ten miles from Ipswich.
England in the 6th and 7th century was a brutal…
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