New Viking find in Larvik

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A new large Viking discovery has been made in Larvik in Vestfold. In September, a so-called “gullgubbe” was found at Hovland.

A few days later, the archaeologists found large post-holes in the site.

The holes indicate a building of 36 metres, which could be a guildhall.

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1 Comment on "New Viking find in Larvik"

  1. good find, impossible to do genitic tests…just saying it’s 100s years old. Just saying.

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