Archive for June, 2012
The site has been earmarked for enlargement of the parliamentary building but first archeologists were given time to excavate remains that might be found there.
Archeologists will continue to search for remains at the site where Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, was founded in 930 AD, Þingvellir National Park, this summer.
A century-old replica of a Norwegian Viking ship is too expensive for the Chicago Park District to maintain.
Viking invaders could soon be able to negotiate the roads of a village in North England with greater ease, thanks to four unique ‘dual-language’ signs
About 50,000 silver and bronze coins uncovered by men who spent decades exploring one field
Archaeologists excavating an Anglo-Saxon cemetery in Cambridgeshire say the discovery of a woman buried with a cow is a “genuinely bizarre” find.
Now in an Italian court, there has been a landmark ruling for a child whose parents claim that his autism was triggered by MMR.