La parola "hoo" significa "sperone di una collina". Dei due cimiteri, uno, il "Sutton Hoo cemetery", era sempre stato noto, in quanto consiste di una ventina di tumuli funerari che si innalzano appena al di sopra dello sperone della collina, quando osservata dalla riva opposta. I tre tumuli restituirono tesori interessanti, ma solo in frammenti, in quanto i tumuli erano stati depredati. Dopo settimane in cui rimosse pazientemente la terra dallo scafo della nave, raggiunse la camera sepolcrale e si accorse che non era stata violata;  si trovava esattamente sotto il punto in cui la signora Pretty gli aveva detto di scavare un anno prima.
Burial mound[ edit ] The Oseberg burial mound Norwegian: Oseberghaugen ved Slagen from the Old Norse word haugr meaning kurgan mound or barrow contained numerous grave goods and two female human skeletons. The ship's interment into its burial mound dates from ADbut parts of the ship date from aroundand the ship itself is thought to be older.
With a sail of c. The ship has 15 pairs of oar holes, which means that 30 people could row the ship. Other fittings include a broad steering oar, iron anchor, gangplank, and a bailer.
The bow and stern of the ship are elaborately decorated with complex woodcarvings in the characteristic "gripping beast" style, also known as the Oseberg style. During this process, very thorough photo scans and laser scans of both the outside and inside of the ship were made.
A collective effort of Norwegian and Danish professional builders, scientist and volunteers engaged in this new attempt with the photo scans and laser scans made available for free to the enthusiastic builders. During this new attempt it was discovered that during the initial restoration of the ship a breach in one of the beams was made and the ship was therefore inadvertently shortened.
This fact had not been discovered earlier. It is believed this is perhaps the prime reason why several earlier replicas sank: Using timber from Denmark and Norway and utilizing traditional building methods from the Viking age, this newest Oseberg ship was successfully completed.
A speed of 10 knots was achieved. The construction was a success, the ship performing very well.
A Study of the British, Anglo-Saxon, Scottish & Pictish people of Britain. Designed for us by Year 3/4 in UK Schools. Ideal for helping with Key Stage 2 of the History National Curriculum Unit 6B: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past? Sutton Hoo, near Woodbridge, Suffolk, England, is the site of two Anglo-Saxon cemeteries of the sixth and early seventh centuries. One contains a ship burial, a rare occurrence in England, including a wealth of artifacts of outstanding art-historical and archaeological significance. Welcome to the High Wycombe Society. If you care about our town: its past, its present or its future; then the High Wycombe Society is for you. Whether or not you join us, we aim to act in your interests, and those of generations to come.
It demonstrated that the Oseberg ship really could sail and was not just a burial chamber on land. The skeletons of two women were found in the grave with the ship. One, probably aged around 80, suffered badly from arthritis and other maladies. The second was initially believed to be aged 25—30, but analysis of tooth-root translucency suggests she was older aged 50— The younger woman had a broken collarboneinitially thought to be evidence that she was a human sacrificebut closer examination showed that the bone had been healing for several weeks.
The opulence of the burial rite and the grave-goods suggests that this was a burial of very high status. One woman wore a very fine red wool dress with a lozenge twill pattern a luxury commodity and a fine white linen veil in a gauze weave, while the other wore a plainer blue wool dress with a wool veil, possibly showing some stratification in their social status.
Neither woman wore anything entirely made of silk, although small silk strips were appliqued onto a tunic worn under the red dress. There were also the skeletal remains of 14 horses, an ox, and three dogs found on the ship. According to Per Holck of Oslo Universitythe younger woman's mitochondrial haplogroup was discovered to be U7.
Her ancestors came to Norway from the Pontic littoral, probably Iran. The younger woman's teeth showed signs that she used a metal toothpick, a rare 9th century luxury.
Both women had a diet composed mainly of meat, another luxury when most Vikings ate fish. However, there was not enough DNA to tell if they were related, for instance a queen and her daughter. The grave had been disturbed in antiquity, and precious metals were absent. Nevertheless, a great number of everyday items and artifacts were found during the — excavations.
The bucket is made from yew wood, held together with brass strips, and the handle is attached to two anthropomorphic figures compared to depictions of the Buddha in the lotus posturealthough any connection is most uncertain.Burial, the disposal of human remains by depositing in the earth, a grave, or a tomb, by consigning to the water, or by exposing to the elements or to carrion-consuming grupobittia.comphy, religion, and the social system all influence burial grupobittia.come and topography determine whether the body is buried under the ground, placed in water, burned, or exposed to the air.
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The Oseberg ship (Norwegian: Osebergskipet) is a well-preserved Viking ship discovered in a large burial mound at the Oseberg farm near Tønsberg in Vestfold county, grupobittia.com ship is commonly acknowledged to be among the finer artifacts to have survived from the Viking grupobittia.com ship and some of its contents are displayed at the Viking Ship Museum at Bygdøy on the western side of Oslo, Norway.
Explanatory Notes of Beowulf. (= "They played at tæfl [a chess-like board game] in the court, and were happy.
They lacked no gold, until three came to them from the world of the giants, giant-maidens with terrifying power".). Sutton Hoo An Anglo Saxon Ship Burial Who do you think was buried in the ship grave?
The Sutton Hoo is arguably one of the most unusual archaeological sites ever excavated. Except for metal objects, nothing remains of this burial ship but a "ghost image".
It was discovered in one of several burial mounds located near the small village of Sutton Hoo in England (north-east of London.