Long Live the Vikings

March 2008
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;3/21/2008 Supplement, Vol. 77, p5
The article reports that Peter Adams found two decorative cooper pins from the Viking Age in a farmer's field in northwestern England. Archaeologists said that the coins were more than 1,100 years old. Archaeologist also went back to the site where Adams found the coins and they found more artifacts. It turned out that the site used to be a Viking graveyard.


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