The estate was located near the port of Korshamn on the island of Bjork.
Last spring, archaeologists discovered a large estate of Vikings on the island of Bjork in Sweden.
Reconstruction under the leadership of Jacques Vincent will study the life of ancient conquerors 810 BC.
By using ground penetrating radar, the researchers found that the estate was located near the port of Korshamn on the island of Bjork. Archaeological excavations have allowed to know the size of the dining room, which also served as a meeting room for councils. Hall at length reached 40 meters. Throughout the estate discovered the fence, stretching up to the port. Similar buildings were found earlier in Denmark (Tissot, Leary). Owned such property only influential Vikings.
The Museum in Stockholm and the archaeologist noted that the presence of fencing in the estate speaks of the religiosity of the owner. More likely the owner of the estate was Herigar, the researchers said, was baptized in Hamburg Archbishop in 830 ad. Scientists believe that the find is very important in archaeology.
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