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Reconstructed burial mound at Sutton Hoo

Sutton Hoo is a burial site for early Saxon kings rediscovered just before the second world war.

The estuary, just below the site

Some of the burials were in ships dragged up from the river estuary.


An evocation of the feasting, based on textile fragments and drinking horns found at the site.


Bag, incorporating decorative motifs found on metal objects at the site.

Three general views of the exhibition, which was held in a former squash court

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