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end of the gate, what do they
teach them in detecting school?
Currently available on You Tube (posted by Rom 14)
[As a footnote, the Saxon king they are after, Sexred of the East Saxons did indeed exist and was killed c. 616 in battle with the West Saxons, though he was a pagan, rejecting his father's faith (and therefore earned a mention in Bede's book) there would be no grounds to propose he was given a ship burial in the Danbury region (some decade before the Sutton Hoo Mound one burial). I'd be interested to know where the programme makers got the rather nice replicas of the Sutton Hoo sword buttons and strap fitting, Ipswich Museum?].