Early Anglo-Saxon Sutton Hoo Sword with Scabbard, 7th c.
The archaeological site of Sutton Hoo, located in the English region of East Anglia, includes numerous burial mounds. Most famous among those is the ship-burial from which remarkably well-preserved, precious artefacts dated back to the early 7th century were excavated in 1939. The likely best-known finds from this grave (widely believed to be the last resting place of King Rædwald of East Anglia) are the famous Great Gold Buckle and the Helmet of Sutton Hoo, both significant testimonies of the quality of Anglo-Saxon craftsmanship.More information
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