EAA 7, 1978: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Bergh Apton, Norfolk: Catalogue, by Barbara Green and Andrew Rogerson

Sixty-three inhumations were excavated from part of an Early Saxon cemetery, of which the south and west parts had been destroyed.
The catalogue contains plans of each inhumation together with the grave-goods, which are illustrated as grave-groups. Inhumation 22 contained the fragments of a lyre, which is described and reconstructed by Graeme Lawson.
The skeletal evidence was extremely poor, so that gender was determined by grave-goods.

Full reference:
Barbara Green , Andrew Rogerson, 1978. 'The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Bergh Apton, Norfolk: Catalogue', East Anglian Archaeology 7