Practicing Burial Analysis
You are an archaeologist who lives in eastern England, and you have just been notified that some amazing burials have been found outside of the city of Ely. You know that Ely, which is in East Anglia, has a strong Anglo-Saxon history and reports confirm that the artifacts associated with the bodies are characteristic of the late 7th century Anglo-Saxons. You are given the following plan of this Anglo-Saxon cemetery:
Burial 1: Male, around 25 years old. No grave-goods
Burial 2: Male, around 40 years old. Buried with an undecorated ceramic pot
Burial 3: Female, early teens. Buried with a bronze bracelet and a ceramic pot
Burial 4: Female, around 40 years old. Buried with a gold and garnet necklace; two blue glass bowls from France in a wooden box; a carved bone comb; three gold rings; and an intricate gold and garnet crown. Found beneath a burial mound (barrow)
Burial 5: Unknown sex, infant. No grave-goods
Burial 6: Male, around 40 years old. Buried with an iron sword; leather sheath; and the remains of a shield
Based off of that information, 4 questions must be answered fully.
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