Sutton Hoo -Episode 18008

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Most famous for its richly adorned Anglo-Saxon ship burial, probably of King Rædwald, a powerful, early Christian, East Anglian King in the 6th to early 7th centuries, the site of Sutton Hoo has been of unique importance to archaeologists and historians trying to understand the post-roman period in Britain.


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