Sutton Hoo is a group of 17 Anglo-Saxon burial mounds in South East Suffolk, England.
The first mound was excavated in 1939 by a man called Basil Brown. Uncovered were the remains of a 90 foot long wooden ship from the 7th Century. This excavation revealed a huge collection of objects which were hailed as a King’s treasure, from one of the first kingdoms to be formed, which was East Anglia.
You can visit the Sutton Hoo society website by clicking here to find out more about them