Tom Goodenough

Beyond The Dig: is there more buried treasure in Suffolk?

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Where is England’s ‘valley of the kings’? You’d be forgiven for not knowing. The Anglo-Saxon monarchs buried there are, like much of the rest of that period, little more than a footnote in the crash course in history you get at school. 

When the Romans headed home in the fourth century, it’s often thought that not much happened in Britain for a few hundred years.

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