Links Information about visiting this Anglo-Saxon royal burial site, where, in 1939, a mound burial was revealed, containing priceless treasure in a great ship. The much-visited Sutton Hoo gallery here is devoted to the 1939 finds and the museum has an extensive collection of photographs. The British Library has a good collection of Early English manuscripts. The Parker Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, has the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts in the world. Museum Services in Colchester and Ipswich have merged. Combining thousands of years of history, there are strong collections in Roman, Saxon and local history in both towns. The Ipswich Archaeological Trust provide information on, and sometimes access to Suffolk archaeology. The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology records all archaeological discoveries in Suffolk. The Portable Antiquities Scheme records all reported finds in Suffolk. The Sawyer catalogue lists every known early Charter. Wuffing Education Study Days at Sutton Hoo provide in-depth explorations for newcomers, enthusiasts and specialists in a wide range of studies in the history and culture of medieval England and particularly East Anglia. Dates and booking details available. Dr. Sam Newton and Wuffing Education – scholar, author and lecturer, his site aims to provide a focus for the study of the history and culture of the Wuffing kingdom of East Anglia and beyond, with relevant resources, information and links. The semi-resident Anglo-Saxon re-enactment group at Sutton Hoo. See website for dates. Steve Pollington has written many books on  the Anglo-Saxon language and the earliest forms of the English Language for many years. His site offers outlines of some of  his works and areas of interest. Anglo-Saxon Books specialise in publishing books about A/S history, language (including cd’s) and culture. Tha Engliscan Gesithas (The English Companions) – a society for all those interested in the history and culture, including language, of Anglo-Saxon England. Early medieval Re-enactment and Living History  Society. Splendid re-created A/S Hall. records interesting local history project of the period. This re-constructed Anglo-Saxon Village is an archaeological site and open-air museum, near Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, UK

 WULFHEODENAS: see Facebook: Re-enactors – the wolf-skin clad warriors guarding the Sutton Hoo High King, Raedwald.