Researchers find Viking jewelry at Denmark farm

07/25/2013 | LiveScience.com

Archaeologists have found Viking jewelry on a farm in Denmark that dates as far back as 1,300 years, leading them to question how such items ended up at a location used primarily for agriculture. They suspect the jewelry is linked to a nearby site known as Lejre, which according to legend, once housed the royal family of the first Danish dynasty.

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