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Posted: 26-Sep-2009, 08:11 AM
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The stunning mid-Seventh Century jewellery was discovered on a coastal clifftop site at Loftus in Redcar and Cleveland.

The unexpected presence of a royal group near the Tees has opened up a new window on North East Anglo-Saxon history, raising questions of the previous view that Bamburgh and Ad Gefrin near Wooler in Northumberland were the only royal power centres in the Kingdom of Northumbria.

In a dig led by North East archaeologist Steve Sherlock, gold brooches were found in five high-status female graves and a sword in a male burial.

But an even bigger surprise came from the grave of a woman believed to be an Anglo-Saxon princess. Among the jewellery found with her were three gold brooches and a pendant unique in the North East.

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http://www.journallive.co.uk/north-east-ne...61634-24747273/

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12...g-princess.html

Here is a great website detailing the Early Medieval Times of Anglo-Saxon England:

http://www.worldtimelines.org.uk/world/bri...land/AD410-1066


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Posted: 27-Sep-2009, 11:37 AM
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I have now read multiple stories in the print news on this and it is interesting. There are many parts of our history that we do not really understand.

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I would agree that there are many things we do not understand yet.Just recently gold torcs were found in a field near Blair Drummond near Stirling,worth many millions. Who did they belong too ? why were they buried there? who knows time and hard work will tell.


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