Further information about the Rendlesham Project

The project is managed by Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service, with academic advice and support from Professor Chris Scull (visiting professor at University College London and Cardiff University). 

A large number of people and organisations have contributed to various aspects of the work so far – key figures include the landowners, Sir Michael and Lady Caroline Bunbury, the metal detectorists, Alan, Rob, Roy and Terry, magnetometry by Neil Paveley and excavation by Suffolk Archaeology CIC.

Further resources:

Rendlesham: Future Research Directions and Priorities

Rendlesham Re-discovered: The Rendlesham project and St Gregory’s Church

Rendlesham Revealed. Minerva. March/April 2017 (PDF). This article is kindly provided by MINERVA Magazine, for more information go to their website www.minervamagazine.com

Rendlesham 2008-2014 Assessment Report

Rendlesham 2008-2014 Methodological Review

Social and economic complexity in early medieval England: a central place complex of the East Anglian kingdom at Rendlesham, Suffolk. Antiquity Volume 90, Issue 354, pages 1594-1612

UCL Lordship and Lanscape in East Anglia CE 400-800

Where Kings Lived: Rendlesham Discovered. British Archaeology 137. July/August 2014


A gilded copper-alloy harness mount with central garnet set in white paste, 53mm across.


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