Archaeologists have discovered fragments of about a hundred Viking swords, constituting the biggest find of Viking swords in Estonia to date, in two finds unearthed in a coastal area of North Estonia at the end of last year.
The two finds located not far from each other were discovered in a coastal area of North Estonia, in the territory of the ancient Estonian county of Ravala, late last fall.
Mauri Kiudsoo, archaeologist and keeper of the archaeological research collection of Tallinn University, told BNS that the two finds located just 80 ...
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