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Iron Age Broch interior

Iron Age Broch interior

Most of the information we have about the Anglo-Saxons comes from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, a year-by-year account of all the major events of the time. Description from gaukartifact.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Most of the information we have about the Anglo-Saxons comes from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, a year-by-year account of all the major events of the time. Description from gaukartifact.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

LEVIATANO

LEVIATANO

Ancient Gods Age Vingkotling or First Age Heortling fortress-city. Baumer estimates it as having as many as 1,200 to 1,600 residents. (comment) If this is Vingkotling, then the roofs are wrong - that's no housing for places with daily chance of rain. I have seen a report on a dig on a slavic town (using wood rather than stone) with a similar layout, but climatically more adequate roof constructions (apparently that info could be taken from posthole arrangement).

Ancient Gods Age Vingkotling or First Age Heortling fortress-city. Baumer estimates it as having as many as 1,200 to 1,600 residents. (comment) If this is Vingkotling, then the roofs are wrong - that's no housing for places with daily chance of rain. I have seen a report on a dig on a slavic town (using wood rather than stone) with a similar layout, but climatically more adequate roof constructions (apparently that info could be taken from posthole arrangement).

This is a broch, a fortified home built during the Iron Age, some 2,100 years ago. Brochs, unique to Scotland, are dry-stone, twin-walled, round towers up to 30m across and 15m high. Part of a reproduction broch was built at Strathyre, Scotland by the West of Scotland Dry Walling Association using only tools used around 2000 years ago: A team of 20 spent five days constructing a 5m high section of the Dun Lubnaig Broch. Click through for details.

This is a broch, a fortified home built during the Iron Age, some 2,100 years ago. Brochs, unique to Scotland, are dry-stone, twin-walled, round towers up to 30m across and 15m high. Part of a reproduction broch was built at Strathyre, Scotland by the West of Scotland Dry Walling Association using only tools used around 2000 years ago: A team of 20 spent five days constructing a 5m high section of the Dun Lubnaig Broch. Click through for details.

A fantastic new illustration of Clickimin broch, Shetland by David Simon. This is a groundbreaking drawing because it's the first to feature a hypothetical turf covered roof with grid frame.

A fantastic new illustration of Clickimin broch, Shetland by David Simon. This is a groundbreaking drawing because it's the first to feature a hypothetical turf covered roof with grid frame.

The Bamberg casket ~ Viking art....  Cool site with mysterious artifacts and unique stories

The Bamberg casket ~ Viking art.... Cool site with mysterious artifacts and unique stories

The Viking House. How Vikings Lives

The Viking House. How Vikings Lives

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Vietnam War Helicopter Door Gunners - The Shotgun Riders | US Army Documentary film - YouTube

Vietnam War Helicopter Door Gunners - The Shotgun Riders | US Army Documentary film - YouTube

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