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Cross and bed found in Anglo-Saxon grave shed new light on 'dark ages'

by Maev Kennedy
Archaeologists in Cambridge thrilled to discover grave with body of young woman on a bed with an ornate gold cross
Oloris Publishing
Oloris Publishing • 2 years ago

Anglo Saxon pin found near Cambridge UK

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