A metal-detector enthusiast discovered this brooch from the ninth or tenth century on a farmland in Somerset, UK. It is a round brooch with Trewhiddle-style decorations. See the BBC for more information.
Textiles uncovered in the chamber grave in Hestnes.
How did coins from the reigns of Louis the Pious and Charles the Bald end up in Poland?
The discovery of a possible Viking winter camp in Northumbria.
A board with beautiful decorations made of whalebone. But what was it for?
867 – Death of Aella and Osberht of Northumbria.