Chris is representing the Rendlesham Revealed project that is being managed by Suffolk County Council.

Chris Scull is the academic lead for Rendlesham Revealed, a community archaeology project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund through Suffolk County Council Archaeology Service.

Archaeology has identified the site of the East Anglian royal settlement mentioned by Bede as the site of a King’s baptism in the middle of the seventh century. This talk presents up-to-date results from fieldwork and excavation and considers the character and role of Rendlesham as a major centre of the early East Anglian kingdom.

On Saturday 3 June there will be an opportunity to hear Chrus speak and to ask him your questions.

S2: ‘Rendlesham Revealed: Investigating the East Anglian Royal Setlement’ with Professor Chris Scull FSA, 11.00- 12.00 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge – Book here