Reliving the Viking Age

March 1984
Archaeology;Mar/Apr84, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p13
Reports that that Jorvik Viking Center in York has launched a project to elicit public support for archaeology by creating an authentic tenth century Viking city in York, England. Norse-speaking citizens; Preservation and display of antiquities from the Coppergate excavations; Recreated houses and workshops, tools, and everyday objects; Hall of artefacts.


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