City of Vikings found

In the year 841 the vikings sat sail for Irland, now several houndres of years after have their settlement been found.

Archaeologist has so far found more than 200 items in the settelment, and they are expekting to find even more. The settlement is protected by a moat and lies close to the river Glyde, that later enters the Irish sea. Researchers have found tools and furnace which made researchers certain that the vikings used the site as repair site for their navy during the vinter.
Acording to exevationsleader Marc Clinton the settlement is most likley the place known in the mythical Linn Duchaill.

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