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Ancient Viking House Discovered in Kaliningrad
8.08.2008 13:19
Ancient Viking House Discovered in Kaliningrad

Archeologists have unearthed a fragment of a Vikings house dating back to the 10th century in the Kaliningrad Region.
      The Vikings ancient settlement under the name Kaup (translated as a fair from the Old Icelandic) has been discovered near the settlement Mokhovoe. It was 1.6 meters deep down in the ground.
      A few days ago archeologists found there fragments of a house, in particular, the basement and four steps. In the underground part of the house they also discovered pieces of ceramics and animal bones.
      The diggings will last till early autumn.


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