Archaeologists find hull of Viking ship

September 16, 2019 - General

Preliminary excavations into the discovery of more Viking treasures south of Oslo have led to the hull of what archaeologists are calling the Gjellestadskip. It’s reportedly “in good shape,” and believed to be older than Norway’s famed Oseberg and Gokstad ships.

Archaeologists from the Cultural History Museum (UiO) and the county conservator in Østfold county municipality
dug in to the keel of what was a 20-metre long Viking ship…

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