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Sword and Ceremonial 'whetstone' or 'sceptre', with a bronze stag at the top. It was found at Sutton Hoo (burial mound 1, though to be the burial of a king possibly Raedwald, and is now in the British museum. Picture taken summer 2006.

22nd Aug 2006 by Diane Earl


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