Sutton Hoo Treasure
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Sutton Hoo — restored). Although based on helmets of the spangenhelm type, the immediate comparisons are with contemporary Vendel Age helmets from eastern Sweden.] Sutton Hoo near Woodbridge, Suffolk, England, is the site of two Anglo Saxon cemeteries of the… … Wikipedia
Sutton Hoo — /hooh/ an archaeological site in Suffolk, England: a rowing boat, 80 feet (24 m) long, discovered here and believed to have been buried A.D. c670 by Anglo Saxons, possibly as a cenotaph in honor of a king. * * * Sutton Hoo [Sutton Hoo] an area of … Useful english dictionary
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Rupert Bruce-Mitford — Rupert Leo Scott Bruce Mitford (surname sometimes referred to as Mitford ) (1914 in Streatham (London), UK ndash; 1994 in Oxford) was a British archaeologist best known for his multi volume publication on the Sutton Hoo ship burial. [ [http://www … Wikipedia
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