All Hail the Seventh Century Saxon King

Museum of London

Last autumn, the undisturbed tomb of an early 7th century Saxon King was discovered. The Museum of London is displaying some of the objects found in the tomb.

This is an incredible find. I'm going to guess - why not? - on the limited info available that the king is Sigeberht II, who converted in 653 CE. The other strong candidate is Saebert who died in 616, but the presence of Christian artifacts says that the survivors accepted the religion, and Saebert's sons kicked the Christians out after Saebert died.