Is the 7th-century Sutton Hoo ship about to set sail again?

The unearthing of the most remarkable ship burial site ever discovered

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19/02/24 | StarsInsider


Back in 1938, the remains of an Anglo-Saxon burial ship were unearthed at Sutton Hoo in England. Described as "one of the most important archaeological discoveries of all time," the ancient vessel yielded an astonishing cache of priceless 7th-century artifacts, dazzling treasures that decorated the most impressive medieval grave to be discovered in Europe. These rare and valuable relics now have a permanent home in the British Museum, but what became of the boat, and whose final resting place did it represent?

Click through and rediscover one of the most intriguing stories in the history of archaeology.

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