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Hrisbru Excavation fabric by odinist on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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by odinist

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By Robert Goodson

Amateur Archaeologist. Have The Best Young Daughter in The World. <Grin> Passionate Norse history fan, although determined to bring the art, patterns and motifs into the modern world for all to enjoy the classic decoration of a bygone age.

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The Mosfell Archaeological Project's site plan for a Viking Age longhouse at Hrísbrú, Iceland.

The Mosfell Archaeological Project is generously sponsored by Arcadia and administered by the UCLA Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies and Vikingaminjar. From 1995 through 2012 the excavations of Jesse Byock, Principal Investigator (Cotsen Institute of Archaeology , University of California, Los Angeles ( And Davide Zori, Field Director, (Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California Los Angeles) of the Mosfell valley. A outstanding study of both the building sites, and the excavating individual sites, both secular and religious. This and the context and placement in relationship to one all. Examining the use of common lands in the highlands and on the coastal regions of Iceland's Mosfell valley region. "Written, archaeological, and other scientific information is integrated into this study as we construct a picture of life in Iceland during the Viking Age and after." from the webpages at; I'd whole heartedly encourage a visit to the project site for a wealth of information!

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