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Archaeologists find longhouses dating back to Late Nordic Age

Archaeologists find longhouses dating back to Late Nordic Age

Archaeologists discovered a cluster of longhouses, long and narrow, single-room buildings dating back to the Late Nordic Iron Age (500 BC-800 AD) in Gjellestad, Norway. The most striking discovery is a 60-meter long and 15-meter wide longhouse, a size that makes it one of the largest, archaeologist Lars Gustavsen said. In 2018, a Viking-era ship was found in Gjellestad..

science 2021-12-07 Inshorts