Tuesday, December 6, 2016

New Anglo-Saxon precious treasure, discovered by archaeologists in England

Photo: The Vintage News 
In  the seventh century, Reswald the son and grandson of Wuffa Tytila east of England and member of Wuffingas Dynasty, began his reign as king of East England , a kingdom known as the heart of Anglo-Saxons.

10 years before his death, Redwald was seen as one of the most powerful kings of the south of the River Humber, gaining bretwalda name, which meant "leader of Britain".

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When the remains of the king were discovered, they were inside the vessel. Besides the remains of the vessel, they were discovered and stunning metal objects, covered by gold and precious stones, a ceremonial helmet, a shield and a sword, and 37 coins. More have been discovered and two glasses of blue glass, two discs of gilded bronze with zoomorphic ornaments, a silver buckle, a button that belonged gold buckle and croissants which were drunk liquid, croissants that were silver.

Suton Hoo is a site where the bodies were found, whose death allegedly occurred through brutal methods. Discover the treasures on this site reveals important details about the precious objects from the pre-Christian, coming from different cultural backgrounds.

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