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  Home: Archaeology: Projects: Viking Bookmark and Share
 
*Viking Archaeological Sites>>
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* Fröjel Discovery Programme: A Viking research project
"The Fröjel Discovery Programme that began in 1998, is a new type of culture-project, i.e. a project with a comprehensive view on the concept Culture Heritage. The project is intended to scientifically examine the Viking Age harbour at Fröjel, but also mediate and make the history of the Vikings on Gotland lifelike. The project is to a great extent a collaboration project between local organisations of interests and businessmen and the world of scientist, with the main interest to develop the district as a place to visit."
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URL: http://frojel.hgo.se/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 26 September 2013
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* Hofstaðir, Iceland
"The skáli or longhouse at Hofstaðir in Mývatn, NE Iceland, was originally excavated by Daniel Bruun in 1908, with further investigations in 1965 by Olaf Olsen. These excavations were carried out to investigate the Viking hof or pagan temple site suggested by the place-name and historical narratives. Since 1991 the Institute of Archaeology, Iceland (FSÍ) has conducted archaeological investigations focused on the Viking longhouse and immediate areas. The digital archive from the archaeological investigations include a portion of the data from the FSÍ investigations, with downloadable files of the site plans, databases, interim reports, topographic survey and geophysics are available in a variety of dissemination file formats."

URL: http://www.instarch.is/midlun/netverkefni/arena/gogn/hofstadir/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 November 2006
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* Jorvik Viking Centre
"The Jorvik Viking Centre in York, England, has now been open over 15 years and seen 11 million visitors travel back in time to the Viking Age."

URL: http://www.jorvik-viking-centre.co.uk/        
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* Secrets of Ancient Iceland
"Writer Nancy Marie Brown is along for the ride. As a volunteer and observer at the dig site, she provides a ground-level (and underground) view of archaeologists at work and the thousand-year-old secrets they are laboring to reveal. Join her for dispatches from the field in Glaumbaer." There a number of slide shows and lots of interesting information to the Penn State archaeology team.

URL: http://www.rps.psu.edu/iceland/index.html        
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* The Cottam Project: Anglo-Saxon and Viking Yorkshire
"The Anglo-Saxon and Viking Yorkshire Project is a successor to the York Environs Project hosted within the Archaeology Department at York University. It is directed by Dr Julian Richards. As part of its work the project has been investigating the site at Cottam, an Anglian and Anglo-Scandinavian settlement in the Yorkshire Wolds." Interim reports of the excavations are available.

URL: http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/arch/staff/sites/york_environs/menu.htm        
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* Vorbasse, Denmark
"Excavations at the village of Vorbasse between 1974 and 1987 covered an area of about 1 sq.km established a settlement continuity from the time of Christ to the present day. Most of the excavated area covered the settlements from the Iron Age, Viking Period and Early Middle Ages. The data from the Viking Period from Vorbasse forms the documentation in the excavation archive, as the production of digital material from the other phases of the excavation is not yet complete. The material available for download consists mainly of descriptions of individual buildings and several sets of excavation plans. There is also a list of finds."
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URL: http://udgravningsarkiver.ancher.kulturhotel.dk/vorbasse.htm        
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