Anglo-Saxon cemetery and the site of an early 7th century ship burial.
About.com - Sutton Hoo
The archaeological site of Sutton Hoo consists of a group of at least fourteen burial mounds, located in southeastern Suffolk, England, one of which is an Anglo-Saxon period ship burial with some of the richest burial goods ever found in the UK.
National Trust - Sutton Hoo
Excavations at Sutton Hoo uncovered an Anglo-Saxon royal burial site filled with many priceless treasures. Information about visiting the site.
Suffolk Site Throws up New Treasures
BBC News announces that an Anglo-Saxon cemetery has been uncovered during an archaeological dig at Sutton Hoo, where a wooden ship and treasure were discovered in 1939.
Online tour of the famed Anglo-Saxon royal cemetery, courtesy of The Sutton Hoo Society: interactive map brings up information of features of the site. Visitor information.
Sutton Hoo - The Grandest Anglo-Saxon Burial of All
The Sutton Hoo burial forms one of the greatest treasures of the British Museum. Includes site details and photographs of treasures found.
Wikipedia - Sutton Hoo
Encyclipedia of information about the site legend, excavation, and analysis.
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