Blythburgh Priory

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Blythburgh Priory was a medieval monastic house located in the Suffolk village of Blythburgh in England. It may be the site of the burials of Anglo-Saxon King Anna and his son Jurmin.[1][2]

In 2008 Channel 4's Time Team archaeological programme investigated the site. Finds included burials dating from the mid-7th century, the time of King Anna.[3] The programme of the dig was first broadcast 29 March 2009.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yorke, Barbara (2002). Kings and Kingdoms of Early Anglo-Saxon English. London and New York: Routledge. pp. 70–1. ISBN 0-415-16639-X. 
  2. ^ Dictionary of National Biography (1900)
  3. ^ "Time Team - Blythburgh, Suffolk - What they found". Channel 4. 2009-03-29. Retrieved 2010-11-20. 

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Coordinates: 52°19′18″N 1°35′47″E / 52.3217°N 1.5965°E / 52.3217; 1.5965