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English: Replica of the helmet from the Sutton Hoo ship-burial 1, England.
Deutsch: Replik des Helms aus der Schiffsbestattung 1 von Sutton Hoo, England.
Date 17 May 2008
Source/Photographer Gernot Keller (Own work)


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