A Thousand Year Old Viking Hall in Denmark Unearthed By Archaeologists

Archaeologists located in Denmark recently discovered to their amazement the remains of a Vikings hall that would have been used at the height of the late Viking age between the ninth and eleventh centuries. The structure measures hundred-thirty feet long and twenty-six to thirty-two feet wide.

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Thousands Of Frogs Bones Found Buried In Ancient Iron Age Settlement

Archeologist are trying to understand a very puzzling discovery that they have made while a site was being excavated in preparation for a new highway just north of Cambridge, England. Thousands of frog bones have been buried together in a ditch running about forty-six feet long.

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