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* Rood and Ruthwell: The Poem and the Cross [NetSERF Select]
"This Web site was designed to serve as an introduction the Ruthwell Cross and "The Dream of the Rood." The information herein, while interesting and certainly worth perusing, is not meant to be exhaustive; only basic theories, commentaries, and explanations are offered. Those wishing to learn more about the Ruthwell Cross or "The Dream of the Rood" are encouraged to turn to the Bibliography." Site includes images of the the Ruthwell Cross, texts of "The Dream of the Rood" (in modern English, Old English and Runes), a bibliography, and much more.

URL: http://www.roman-emperors.org/abrucehome.htm         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 March 2011
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* Treasures of a Saxon King of Essex: A recent discovery at Southend-on-Sea
An archaeological excavation at Priory Crescent, Prittlewell, Essex in autumn 2003 unearthed a 7th century grave that is perhaps the most spectacular discovery of its kind made during the past 50 years - the grave is probably that of an Anglo-Saxon King of Essex.

URL: http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/archive/exhibits/prittlewell/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 16 November 2006
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* Two Anglo-Saxon Buildings Discovered at Lakenheath
"The monitoring of construction work on a new car park at RAF Lakenheath has revealed the remains of two Anglo-Saxon buildings, the first to be found anywhere on the base. They were each built around a large pit and are of a type exclusive to the early Saxon period (5th to 7th centuries) and likely to be contemporary with the cemetery excavated in 1997."

URL: http://www.suffolkcc.gov.uk/e-and-t/archaeology/eriswell/buildings.html         Link Verified by NetSERF: 26 September 2013
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