Web Analytics
The Prittlewell Princely Burial exhibition at Southend Museum shows

The Prittlewell Princely Burial exhibition at Southend Museum shows

<

a photo of a an archaeological dig sjhpowing the remains of a folding stool

Inside 'British version of Tutankhamun's tomb' discovered between a pub and an Aldi

The Prittlewell Princely Burial Treasures go on show at Southend Museum 1. by Ellie Broad, 9-05-19 Post · a photo of two thin golden crosses slightly bent

a photo of a golden buckle

a photo of a weathered silver spoon

Explore the burial chamber for yourself here. Prittlewell princely ...

The Prittlewell Princely Burial Exhibition: A Historic Day Trip From London

Two people examine finds in a museum

The Prittlewell Princely Burial exhibition at Southend Museum shows you 6th Century Ango-Saxon treasure - and it's an easy day trip fr…

This Is the Earliest Known Christian Burial in England. It's Finally Revealing Its Secrets.

a photo of a series of green and blue glass bottles

Drinking vessels in situ within the burial chamber Credit : MOLA

... there's so many things for adults to do as well including restaurants and pools for adults, wine and mixology classes, and the best spa at sea!

Cabinets showing finds in a museum

https://www.artsandcollections.com/wp-content/uploads/. The Museum of London Archaeology ...

A very old wooden bucket in the Prittlewell Princely Burial

Blue and green glass beakers in a museum

A visitor at the Prittlewell princely burial display at Southend Museum.

Tooth enamel from the Prittlewell Princely Burial

PRITTLEWELL. PRINCELY BURIAL

Anglo-Saxon king exhibition showing 'Southend's rich cultural heritage' officially opens

Southend Central Museum and Planetarium

Anglo-Saxon Life

Burial site discovered between Aldi and a pub is 'UK's Tutankhamun's tomb'

Full view

Prittlewell royal Anglo-Saxon burial

Copper alloy flagon made in the eastern Mediterranean, probably Syria.

Show all 8. Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch.

Will the Saxon archeological haul put Essex's Cairo on the map? Probably not | Culture | The Guardian

The roadside verge where the grave was discovered

Southend Central Museum, Southend-on-Sea: Hours, Address, Southend Central Museum Reviews: 4/5

Will the Saxon archeological haul put Essex's Cairo on the map? Probably not | Culture | The Guardian

Drinking vessels with decorated gilt necks at the Prittlewell site.

Central Museum tells the story of the natural and human history of south east Essex.

A picture of the Prittlewell Prince at Southend Central Museum

Prittlewell Princely Burial

Encounter birds of prey, rare breeds and take guided walks through Priory Park to learn all about the plants and trees that surround you.

Sarcophagus of King Tutankhamun, at his newly restored tomb in the Valley of the Kings

The Anglo-Saxon princely burial at Prittlewell, Southend-on-Sea

Alerts on this page

Items unearthed include a golden belt buckle and the remnants of a harp

Analysis of the Palaeolithic diet shows no social divisions in food consumption

Britain's equivalent to Tutankhamun found in Southend-on-Sea

A detailed reconstruction of the timber structure of the Prittlewell princely burial chamber based on organic evidence on items within the chamber – Credit ...

Inspired by The London Shipwreck: A Sunken Story exhibition on show at Southend Central Museum, Museum Officer Liam Reah delves into the murky waters of the ...

Britain's equivalent to Tutankhamun found in Southend-on-Sea | UK news | The Guardian

Show all 8. Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch.

Southend Libraries

Southend on Sea Arts Council Group Show

The riddle of Winchester Cathedral's skeletons

Show all 8. Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch.

Southend BID

See both photos images

The Prittlewell princely burial: excavations at Priory Crescent, Southend -on-Sea,

The Southend Planetarium is the only public Planetarium in the south-east, outside of London.

Exhibitions and Historic Houses: Reflections on the 'Why Exhibitions?' Conference by Peter Moore. '

The Prittlewell Prince: The Discovery of a Rich Anglo-Saxon Burial in Essex Paperback – 15 Sep 2004

The remains of one of the wooden drinking cups which provided the crucial material for carbon

Southend Museums Service collection.

The Prittlewell Princely Burial exhibition at Southend Museum shows you 6th Century Ango-Saxon treasure - and it's an easy day trip fr… | London Travel

A gold foil cross uncovered at an Anglo-Saxon burial site in the village of Prittlewell in 2003 on display at Southend Central Museum in Southend, England, ...

Merovingians: The Once, The Present, & Future kings - Glass Vessels from the Royal Saxon Tomb in Prittlewell: {The Royal Saxon tomb in Prittlewell is a ...

The Southend Planetarium is the only public Planetarium in the south-east, outside of London.

13286444-7006809-It_is_thought_to_be_the_burial_chamber_of_the_brother_of_Anglo_S- a-11_1557397771989

The "Camp Bling" protest camp in 2006

A painted wooden box fragment, claimed to be the only surviving example of early Anglo-Saxon painted woodwork, on display at Southend Central Museum in ...

Red Lady to Richard III: Britain's 10 best buried treasures – ranked! | Art and design | The Guardian

Southend Parks

... Saxon Jewellery from the Southend Museum

Walk in the footsteps of medieval monks and former residents the Victorian Scratton family.

Southend Central Museum is open 12noon – 5pm TODAY! Come along to discover the Prittlewell

Anglo-Saxon princely burial secrets revealed in new research

The date of the chamber, now known to be between 580AD and 605AD, rules

Visit Southend

Central Museum tells the story of the natural and human history of south east Essex.

Bronze age burial uncovered at Orkney sub station site

Southend Standard: ...

prittlewell

Half Term Activities in Essex | Trains to/from London, Southend & Essex with c2c Rail - c2c

The Prittlewell Princely burial book arrived today, been waiting a long time for the details

A reconstruction drawing of the Anglo Saxon lyre featuring the delicate repair work and garnet fittings c MOLA.jpg

View of Victoria Avenue from the Civic Centre, 1968 by Alan Sorrell (1904-1974)

This plan shows evidence for the coffin, including the location of iron angle brackets and soil stains hinting at timbers. (IMAGE: MOLA)

Lyres are delicate things; many of the finds

Hidden Secrets about Anglo-Saxon Princely Burial Revealed

Inside 'British version of Tutankhamun's tomb' discovered between a pub and an Aldi

Full view

This is a remarkably early date for the adoption of Christianity, as attested by the presence of Christian symbols within the grave.

Copper-alloy bowl made in Britain and discovered still in position hanging on the chamber wall – Credit : MOLA

A DANT