Norwegian archaeologists said Monday they have found a cluster of longhouses, including one of the largest in Scandinavia, using ground-penetrating radar in the southeastern part of the country β€” in an area that researchers believe was a central place in the late Nordic Iron Age. The longhouses β€” long and narrow, single-room buildings β€” were found in Gjellestad, 86 kilometers (53 miles) southeast of Oslo near where a Viking-era ship was found in 2018 close to the Swedish border.

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