The bones of Vikings lost more than hundred years ago found in incorrectly signed box

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In the National museum Denmark found human remains from Byerringkhey's belonging to an era of Vikings well-known barrow. The bones found still in 1868 reckoned more than hundred years with the remains of fabrics as the lost. Archeologists established that probably because of a mistake of workers museums long time these finds were stored in incorrectly signed box that once again emphasizes importance of repeated studying of old collections. Article is published in the Antiquity magazine. In 1868 at excavation of a barrow of Byerringkhey in the village Mammen in Jutland archeologists found one of the best-known Danish...

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