The Saxon Princess

A new exhibition which is the culmination of an exciting six year archaeological project at Loftus, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The findings date back to the 7th century and are unparalleled in the Anglo-Saxon world. Some pieces include precious metal jewellery from a Saxon princess, beads and a reconstruction of the Royal bed burial will form part of the exhibition. The exhibition includes a replica Anglo-Saxon house, an audio-visual display and the chance to learn how these people lived their lives.

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