The SuALT project is an academic project is hosted by the University of Helsinki, Aalto University and the Finnish National Board of Antiquities. The aim is for the researchers to create a user-friendly database for metal detector enthusiasts. Visit blog: SuALT project.
This is an online database of ancient coins. About 74,000 coins can be inspected (July 2017). There are many different coins to be seen, and also a fair share of Viking Age coins, especially from Anglo-Saxon England. Visit site: Wildwinds.
This site brings together the information of the thing or assembly sites during the Viking Age, predominantly in northern Europe. It is also a knowledge base for similar projects as well as new projects. Visit the site: Thing Project.
Viking archaeology in Europe.
Geophysics meets archaeology.