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2017.08.12 | History and archaeology

Arheolozi pronašli 1.000 staru vikinšku tvrđavu savršeno kružnog oblika

Zahvaljujući "Lidar" tehnologiji, arheolozi sa Univerziteta u Orhusu pronašli su u Borgringu u Danskoj vikinšku tvrđavu savršeno kružnog oblika.

2017.08.11 | History and archaeology

Danemark: une forteresse Viking de 1000 ans révélée grâce au Lidar

Une enceinte Viking datant du règne d’Harald la dent bleue a été découverte au sud de Copenhague.

2017.08.11 | History and archaeology

Archaeologists Confirm Viking Fortress

Archaeologists in Denmark have used advanced remote-sensing technology to confirm the existence of a tenth-century Viking ring fortress, reports the International Business Times

2017.08.11 | History and archaeology

Nyt om den skandinaviske ekspansion

Viden, nye data og analyser dynges i disse dage op i gavmilde mængder, hvor 110 forskere fra 14 lande holder træf i København. Det handler om vikingerne, eller hvad man nu kalder dem. Hvordan organiserede de sig, hvad troede de på, hvor kom inspirationerne fra?

2017.08.10 | History and archaeology

Viking Borgring Fortress Discovered In Denmark

A rare archaeological discovery has brought to light a historic 10th century Viking fortress to the south of Copenhagen.

2017.08.10 | History and archaeology

Mosaics in 'Pompeii of the East' reveal moment of destruction that crushed a city 1,200 years ago

The city in northern Jordan was hit by a deadly earthquake in the 8th century.

2017.08.09 | History and archaeology

Archaeologists reveal the history of mosaics

New insight into mosaics production in the Early Islamic Period.

2017.08.09 | History and archaeology, Nature and technology

City and wadi: exploring the environs of Jerash

Archaeological excavations of urban sites in the Mediterranean have a long history, but only recently are geoarchaeology-based landscape studies beginning to provide insight into the complex and dynamic relationships between cities and their hinterlands. Such studies are becoming increasingly important as archaeologists seek to understand how…

2017.08.08 | History and archaeology

»Det var satans«: Dette smykke kan have tilhørt Blåtands troldkvinde

Et lille stykke ædelmetal, som muligvis stammer fra en troldkvindes smykke, er fundet ved vikingeborgen i Køge. Kvinden er begravet ved en vikingeborg i Hobro, og fundet tyder derfor på, at hun kan have rejst med sin magi fra borg til borg.

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