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Ali Griffin May 9
Britain's equivalent to Tutankhamun found in Southend-on-Sea | UK news | The Guardian So proud of our ⁦⁦⁩ team who have worked hard to make this happen
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Dr Janina Ramirez May 10
Sorry I’ve not yet commented on . I’ve known about the site for over a decade. It’s exciting & yet more proof of the misnomer ‘Dark Age’. But it’s not ‘Britain’s eqivalent to Tutankhamen’s Tomb’. Sutton Hoo retains that title if anything.
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𝔓𝔯𝔬𝔣. Howard 𝔚𝔦𝔩𝔩𝔦𝔞𝔪𝔰 May 10
New early Anglo-Saxon high-status chamber-grave found close to Taplow... Possibly that of a failed war leader or just possibly a female warrior?
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Sarah Walsh Jun 8
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Solopress May 9
It's crazy to think that something so amazing was discovered just 10 minutes away from our Solopress Headquarters! We paid a little visit to the Prittlewell Prince's place of rest.
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MOLA May 11
Haven't made it to Southend Central Museum today to see the ? You're in luck! have decided to open from 12-5 tomorrow too, so even more people will get the chance to see the amazing finds! In the meantime, here's a ...👀
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Guy Halsall 🥤❄️ #FBPE #RevokeArticle50🇪🇺 May 9
In which I have some thoughts/questions about : a thread
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MOLA May 10
Today's the big day! 🎉 The permanent exhibition at opens at 10am. Head on down to Central Museum to see the incredible finds from the burial chamber. Entry is FREE! 🙌
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Mike Benney May 16
Thanks to and on my visit yesterday for the very interesting exhibition of the Anglo-Saxon and the display of the which was also fascinating.
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Ali Griffin May 9
Come and see the fantastic finds at from Saturday 11th May and a more contemporary take on the Estuary . It’s al happening in
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Focal Point Gallery May 9
Amazing to see the work of our colleagues feature in national news today as archaelogists refer to the ancient burial site of the in to Britain's equivalent to - congratulations to all the team!
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Dr Sophie Hay May 12
An unexpected treat to be amongst the first to visit to see the grave goods of the Anglo-Saxon . Gilded decoration of a wooden bottle, copper cauldron & sword, Merovingian coin & glass beakers. More info :
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Ellie Broad May 28
Mystic Britain: Pagan Prince on today focusing on the . Earliest dateable evidence for Anglo-saxon Christian burial in England. Check it out Freeview 99 8pm this evening!
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MOLA 23h
Great news! The popular book is back in stock. Explore the well-preserved burial chamber, rare and precious objects and delve into the detailed research into the man buried there
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Penn Museum May 10
“'It was one of the most significant archaeological discoveries we’ve made in this country in the last 50 to 60 years.'” -Sophie Jackson (director of research at ) on the . Via :
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Archaeology South-East May 10
Replying to @ArchSouthEast
Here’s another view! 193 graves & 11 urned cremations were uncovered at the St. Anne's Rd (Eastbourne, E Sussex) excavations. Although there were some richly furnished burials, generally these were people without extremes of material wealth. Not quite the !
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Ellie Broad May 9
It's happening! has gone mad in the news. So thrilled to have been a part of this amazing project and it's great to see how proud it's making local Southend residents.
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𝔓𝔯𝔬𝔣. Howard 𝔚𝔦𝔩𝔩𝔦𝔞𝔪𝔰 May 13
Looking forward to exploring this beast of a book packed with early medieval trinkets. Congrats to all involved on this achievement
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RomanSites Jun 11
As well as some good items (RTs to follow), there are just a few of the amazing gravegoods of the on the cover
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Chris King-Parretti May 9
After 16 years the returns to ! Beware of hyperbole: he was a young adult male of high status, not a King & although with Christian connotations, he's buried in a pagan context. Otherwise, good article & very happy he's back!
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