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Pagan hoard

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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