Archaeologists in Sweden said Thursday they have unearthed the remains of unusually large wooden monuments near a pre-Viking Age burial ground.
|Archaeologists in Sweden have uncovered this 1km-long row of wooden poles which is|
believed to be from the 5th Century, but their purpose is unclear [Credit: flygfoto]
Archaeologist Lena Beronius-Jorpeland said the colonnades were likely from the 5th century but their purpose is unclear. She called it Sweden's largest Iron Age construction and said the geometrical structure is unique.
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