Volunteers working with Suffolk County Council fully excavated post holes on the east side of the hall
A royal hall of "international importance" that dates back 1,400 years has been unearthed on private land.
The Hall of the first Kings of East Anglia was discovered in Rendlesham, Suffolk, over the summer.
Prof Christopher Scull said it was the "most extensive and materially wealthy settlement of its date known in England".
It was discovered by a community dig as part of Suffolk County Council's Rendlesham Revealed project.
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