National Trust's Sutton Hoo site revamped

National Trust's Sutton Hoo site revamped

National Trust's Sutton Hoo site revamped. EMBARGOED TO 0001 MONDAY AUGUST 5 Tranmer House, the home of Edith Pretty who instigated the digs in 1939, now forms part of the new exhibition at the National Trust's Sutton Hoo site in Suffolk following a ??4m revamp. Picture date: Tuesday July 30, 2019. Sutton Hoo, considered to be one of Britain's most important archaeological discoveries, is thought to be the final resting place of King Raedwald, who ruled in the seventh century. See PA story HERITAGE Hoo. Photo credit should read: Joe Giddens/PA Wire URN:44476988 (Press Association via AP Images)

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August 04, 2019 03:20:04 AM
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