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Soldiers taking part in Operation Nightingale unearthed Anglo-Saxon warriors buried with a range of personal possessions at Barrow Clump

Anglo Saxon Warrior Rehabilitation project on Salisbury plain sees soldiers astounding archaeologists with treasures

The warrior and horse were found at RAF Lakenheath in 1997    Mildenhall Museum is set to double in size to help display the remains of an Anglo-Saxon warrior and his horse.

Mildenhall Museum ready for Anglo-Saxon warrior & horse - BBC News

RAF Lakenheath Anglo-Saxon warrior and horse

Museum displays Anglo-Saxon warrior

Mildenhall Museum ready for Anglo-Saxon warrior & horse - BBC News

Medieval knight found underneath a parking lot in Edinburgh

Skeleton skull, Medieval knight found underneath a parking lot in Edinburgh

Anglo-Saxon princess unearthed south of Cambridge. (via independent.co.uk)

Remains of dark ages princess found in field in Cambridge

Scientists have discovered the remains of what is thought to be one of Britain's first ever Christians after unearthing an "excessively rare" Anglo-Saxon burial site in Cambridgeshire.

King Tut's still-born baby girl found in his tomb. DNA tests also found she had Marfan Syndrome. One other baby was found w/the king that was much smaller then this one. These two tiny babies are the only examples of mummified fetuses in ancient Egypt

Two mummified fetuses which have been stored since their discovery in Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922 have been proven through DNA studies, that Tutankhamun is the father.

7thC Anglo-Saxon glass drinking horn. Rainham, Essex, England. Photograph courtesy Lindsay Kerr.

7thC Anglo-Saxon glass drinking horn. Rainham, Essex, England. Photograph courtesy Lindsay Kerr.

Burial with chalk fragment near mouth

THE WITCH OF CLIFFS END – Human Sacrifice or Execution? When she was laid out, two lambs were placed in her lap and her index finger positioned in a pointing position.

closer pic. Wow...amazing!!  Tollund Man   One of the many 'bog-people discovered in the peat bogs of Northern Europe. His remains were uncovered in 1950 by villagers in the town of Tollund, Denmark, who were gathering peat for fuel.

Tollund Man

Tollund Man - Iron Age "bog person" preserved for over years in the peat bogs of Tollund, Denmark. It is thought he was hanged as part of a ritual sacrifice, possibly to appease the fertility gods.

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