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The technique gave us a surprisingly detailed image of the fortress in no more than a few days.
The discovery could be an important piece in Denmark’s historical jigsaw puzzle.
Søren Sindbæk and Nanna Holm at the excavation site (click for larger photo).
When archaeologists found the first Viking Age fortress in Denmark for 60 years last September, it was hailed as a fantastic archaeological discovery.
Now the time has come for the archaeologists to unearth the hidden secrets and legacy of the fortress, located near Køge just south of Copenhagen.
Nanna Holm underlines that the fortress was a genuine military facility, and probably the scene of fighting as well.