Nálezy nejenom s detektorem ve Skandinávii

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Farmer discovers 1,000-year-old rare Viking sword type Ulfberht

Farmer discovers 1,000-year-old rare Viking sword type Ulfberht

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While cultivating a field that had not been ploughed for many years on a family farm in Suldal in south-western Norway, local farmer Øyvind Tveitane Lovra and his son discovered a rare Viking sword. Lovra initially thought it was part of an old piece of farming equipment, but upon closer examination he recognised the torso of a Viking weapon in the object. Only 170 swords of this type have been discovered in the whole of Europe.
A medieval Christian grave with a unique set of silver bracketed tombs

A medieval Christian grave with a unique set of silver bracketed tombs

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An 800-year-old Christian tomb with a treasure trove of silver bractates has been discovered in the grounds of Brahekyrkan Church in Visingsö, Sweden. In the Middle Ages, Christians were rarely buried with grave goods, and it is very rare to discover a burial with more coins in this period. Moreover, some of the coins of this burial were unknown until now.
Gold ring with engraving of the face of Christ

Gold ring with engraving of the face of Christ

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In Kalmar, southeastern Sweden, a gold ring with an engraving of the face of Christ from the early 15th century was discovered during two years of research. The jewel was lying in a waste layer and is still as new, in almost pristine condition. It was probably worn only briefly and then accidentally lost. It is of Nordic origin, and due to its size it probably belonged to a wealthy lady...
Tartar, periodontal disease and the last meal: Chewing gum with Stone Age tooth impressions as canned DNA

Tartar, periodontal disease and the last meal: Chewing gum with Stone Age tooth impressions as canned DNA

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Around 9 700 years ago, Mesolithic hunters and gatherers camped on the western coast of Scandinavia. The group included youngsters who chewed resin. Thirty years ago, research at the same site revealed 1,849 flint artefacts and 115 pieces of resin. Now, their DNA analysis has yielded fascinating and detailed information about what the youngsters were eating on that day 9,700 years ago, the state of their teeth and oral microbiome, or where their ancestors came from...
A tall man's long sword under the floor of a medieval monastery

A tall man's long sword under the floor of a medieval monastery

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On 12 December, an important medieval grave was discovered in Halmstad on the west coast of Sweden. It contained a 130 cm long sword with the remains of a man with a very unusual height of over 190 cm. The sword blade itself is over a metre long and is in excellent condition.
Unique Byzantine gold in the heart of Norway

Unique Byzantine gold in the heart of Norway

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A rare Byzantine gold coin from the 10th century has been discovered in the famous mountain resort of Vestre Slidre with the help of a metal detector. It is very well preserved, almost untouched by circulation. It is quite unique in the Norwegian context, the first of its kind discovered in this Nordic country...
Elephant riddle from Sweden

Elephant riddle from Sweden

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We have an enquiry from the Swedish museum Blekinge about a find on LP. It is probably a brooch/clasp. A similar one was found during excavations in Sweden and they are trying to find more information.

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