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Aerial view of DoverAerial view of Dover showing location of the Buckland excavations, Dover, Kent. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd


Glass bowls and beakersGlass bowls and beakers from a number of graves. (Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover, Kent) © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd


Gold, silver and copper alloy jewelleryGold, silver and copper alloy jewellery from a number of graves. (Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover, Kent) © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd


Adult female with grave goodsDetail of adult female showing gold bracteate (medallion) and beads from around neck. (Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover, Kent) © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd


Anglo-Saxon cemeteryThe Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Buckland, Dover, Kent. Each brown rectangle is the earth fill of a grave. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd


Fatal skull woundAdult male with fatal skull wound, probably from a sword. (Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover, Kent) © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd


Wound from a small axeAdult male skull with wound from a small axe. Bone growth around the edges shows that the individual did not die from the attack. (Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover, Kent) © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd


Adult female with grave goodsAdult female with grave goods. (Buckland Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Dover, Kent) © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd


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