The Levänluhta water burial site, dating back to the Iron Age (300-800 CE), is one of Finland’s most famous archaeological sites. Nearly one hundred individuals, mainly women or children, were buried in a lake located at Isokyrö in SW Finland, during the Iron Age. Some of the deceased were accompanied by arm rings and necklaces made out of copper alloy, bronze or brass.
Archaeological findings of Levänluhta in the Finnish National…
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