Links

www.nationaltrust.og.uk/suttonhoo: Information about visiting this Anglo-Saxon royal burial site, where, in 1939, a mound burial was revealed, containing priceless treasure in a great ship.

 www.britishmuseum.org: The much-visited Sutton Hoo gallery here is devoted to the 1939 finds and the museum has an extensive collection of photographs.

 www.bl.org: The British Library has a good collection of Early English manuscripts.

 www.corpus.cam.ac.uk: The Parker Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, has the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts in the world.

  www.cimuseums.org.uk:The 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.

 www.ipswichat.org.uk: The Ipswich Archaeological Trust provide information on, and sometimes access to Suffolk archaeology.

 www.suffolkinstitute.org.uk: The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology records all archaeological discoveries in Suffolk.

 www.finds.org.uk: The Portable Antiquities Scheme records all reported finds in Suffolk.

 www.esawyer.org.uk: The Sawyer catalogue lists every known early Charter.

 www.wuffingeducation.co.uk: 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.

 www.wuffings.co.uk: 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.

 www.ealdfaeder.org: The semi-resident Anglo-Saxon re-enactment group at Sutton Hoo. See website for dates.

 www.stevepollington.com: 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.

 www.asbooks.co.uk: Anglo-Saxon Books specialise in publishing books about A/S history, language (including cd’s) and culture.

 www.tha-engliscan-gesithas.org.uk: Tha Engliscan Gesithas (The English Companions) – a society for all those interested in the history and culture, including language, of Anglo-Saxon England.

 www.regia.org: Early medieval Re-enactment and Living History  Society. Splendid re-created A/S Hall.

www.hampshire-history.com/saxons-meon-valley: records interesting local history project of the period.

 www.weststow.org: 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.