Anglo Saxon grave reveals links to royalty

The recent discovery of high-status jewelry buried in an Anglo Saxon grave in East Cleveland, England has experts buzzing. The 7th century artifacts are linked to the Northumbrian Royal family.

Recovered from the site, which consisted of over 100 graves, were artifacts including "brooches, pendants, glass beads, pottery, and coins dating as far back as 43AD." Doctor Rob Collins, liaison officer at the department of Antiquities in Newcastle, said: "This is highly significant for the region. Although we known the names of many kings, queens, princes and princesses, we don’t really have any burial sites."