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SUTTON HOO

SUTTON HOO

There are 18 (or 20) burial mounds at Sutton Hoo, which historians believe was the cemetery for the Wuffingas, the royal dynasty of 7th century East Anglia who claimed to be descendants of the god Woden.   The greatest burial was possibly that of King Raedwald, an amazing ship burial unearthed just before the Second World War.  Most of the artefacts are now in the British Museum in London, but there is an exhibition on site, plus replicas of some of the treasures. And you can visit Tranmer House, the home of the landowner, Edith Pretty, which has been refurbished in 1930s style.

Tranmer House
Sutton Hoo
Nr Woodbridge
Suffolk
IP12 3DJ
Saxon
Stories behind Sutton Hoo
Orford Ness
National Trust