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Norwegians uncover a ruined viking under their house

The work of their home will take a bit of a delay... In Norway, Bodø, in the extreme north of the country, a couple has started the refurbishment of the insulation of their homes dating back to the beginning of the Twentieth century. During the first days of the site, after you have removed the floor and sand, they discover an object of a strange form in the soil. "We thought of a car wheel of a child", says Mariann Kristiansen in the newspaper the Local .

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actually not, it is not a question of a bit of a Cheerleader but a glass bead dark blue for centuries. Rummaging around again, they dig out a small axe made of iron. The couple will suspend the work and contact the local authorities of the county of Northland. Which in their turn join the university museum of Tromsø. In Norway, any object dating back to the Sixteenth century and before should be automatically preserved.

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