The Archaeology of Viking Age York

Hall, R.A.
September 1985
Archaeology;Sep/Oct85, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p34
Focuses on the discovery of an archaeological site in York, England. Identification of the site as the Viking Age York. Excavation of the city center; Earliest occupation on the site; recovery of a virtually intact Anglo-Saxon helmet; Discovery of a skeleton at the Viking dig which was dated to the mid-tenth century.


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