Archaeologists have found an important new clue to the origin of Dublin on a construction site in the city centre. The Vikings first settled here in 840 CE near Dubh Linn. And this dark tidal pool turns out to be much larger than previously believed.
The results of the excavations in Ciepłe, Poland have now been published.
A double boat grave found in Vinjeøra in Trøndelag.
New dates for famous Norwegian stave churches.
A rare discovery in a Norwegian burial mound.
A Slavic axe in a woman’s grave.