Tag Archives: Excavations

The afterlife of the Prittlewell Prince

How have misconceptions about archaeology affected Southend’s most famous archaeological site? Continue reading

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Essex’s Tutankhamun? Learning from seemingly incongruous comparisons.

What do we learn from comparing an Anglo-Saxon burial in Prittlewell with Egypt’s famous Tutankhamun? Continue reading

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A Review of the Garstang Museum’s ‘Before Egypt: Art, Culture and Power’ exhibition at the Victoria Gallery and Museum at the University of Liverpool

The Garstang Museum’s ‘Before Egypt’ exhibition reviewed! Pots, palettes, some stunning artefacts and a female Pharaoh. Continue reading

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Artefacts from the Anglo-Saxon burial at Prittlewell exhibited in Southend Museum.

A Review of the new exhibition of the Prittlewell Princely burial in Southend Museum Continue reading

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