Viking sword discovery: Hunter finds a 1,100-year-old weapon on Norwegian mountain

Viking sword discovery: Hunter finds a 1,100-year-old weapon on Norwegian mountain

Viking sword discovery: Hunter finds a 1,100-year-old weapon on Norwegian mountain Researchers find that the sword dates back to 850-950 AD and possibly belonged to the Viking swordsman. In Norway, reindeer hunters were shocked to find an amazingly well-preserved Viking sword while hunting in a high altitude area.  Secrets of The Ice, a Norwegian glacial archaeological organization whose reports that reindeer […]

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5,000-Year-Old Copper Ax Found in Switzerland

5,000-Year-Old Copper Ax Found in Switzerland

5,000-Year-Old Copper Ax Found in Switzerland In Switzerland archaeologists found a copper blade which was just like the axis of Ötzi, the famous “Iceman” was carrying when he died.” Like Ötzi’s ax, this tool was made with copper that came from hundreds of miles away, in present-day Tuscany in central Italy . The findings could shed light on the links between the […]

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Long Lost Monastery of Dark Age Anglo-Saxon Princess Discovered in Scotland

Long Lost Monastery of Dark Age Anglo-Saxon Princess Discovered in Scotland

Long Lost Monastery of Dark Age Anglo-Saxon Princess Discovered in Scotland The daughter of King Ethelfrith of Bernicia and Acha of Deira was a pagan princess, Aebbe (Æbbe of Coldingham).  Bernicia and Deira were Anglo-Saxon kingdoms in what is now southeastern Scotland and North East England. Aebbe moved to Dál Riata, a kingdom that extended the parts of Western Scotland and […]

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