A Viking ship believed to be over 1,000 years old has been discovered buried next to a church in Norway.
Archaeologists from the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU) announced they had found the ship, believed to have been used in a traditional ship burial, using “breakthrough” large-scale high-resolution georadar technology.
The remains of the 17m vessel are buried just below the top-soil, at Edøy church on Edøya island in western Norway.
Archaeologists have suggested parts of the structure may have been damaged by ploughing.
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