Sutton Hoo, the burial ground of the pagan kings of East Anglia, ranks with Stonehenge in historical importance. Excavations from 1938 to the 1980s uncovered treasures that revealed the Anglo-Saxons had a developed culture and rule by a rich nobility. The site will be opened to the public on March 14, with artefacts and the contents of a young warrior's grave. Tel: 01394 389700.
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