Culture & Exploration Archaeologists in Norway using ground-penetrating radar have detected one of the largest Viking ship graves ever found. Archaeologists have found the outlines of a Viking ship buried
Archaeologists have discovered a Viking ship burial in Norway using ground-penetrating radar that suggests the 20-metre keel and many of its timbers remain well preserved just half a metre below the topsoil.
Science & Innovation A new study reveals how the Norse eked out a good life on the icy island by cornering the market in this exotic wildlife product. For years, archaeologists have wondered why the Norse
What Bj 581, the ‘female Viking warrior’ tells us about assumed gender roles in archaeological inquiry In the 1880s Scandinavian archaeologists unearthed a grave containing all the implements required