NIKU's archaeologists have made an exciting find in Oslo - a grave containing three individuals displaying weapon cuts to the head and neck. The individuals may have been combatants in Norway’s civil war (1130-1240).
Coastal Erosion Affecting Cultural Heritage in Svalbard. A Case Study in Hiorthhamn (Adventfjorden)—An Abandoned Mining Settlement
Archeologists have located what appears to be a burial chamber underneath the pavement in a residential area of Trondheim, Norway. They will now examine if this could be the last resting place of the Viking king Harald Hardrade.
NIKU staff are invoved in several sessions at this year’s EAA conference in Barcelona. Here is an overview.
Archaeologists recently made a particularly spectacular find in Tønsberg - a rare and richly decorated chess piece.
Did archaeologists in Oslo recently stumble upon a discarded learning aid? The person who inscribed these runes was most likely still learning how to write.
Archaeologists reveal that Central Trondheim in Norway has been hiding a boat grave.