Archaeologists Found Viking Army Camp in England
Editorials News | May-22-2017
Archaeologists have discovered a huge camp which was home to thousands of Vikings as they prepared to conquer
The researchers stated that the camps were established in Torksey on the banks of the River Trent in
The archaeologists discovered how the camp was used by thousands of Viking warriors, women and children who lived there temporarily in tented accommodation. Additionally, many activities such as repair ships meltdown stolen loot, manufacture, trade and play games used to happen at the site, stated the researchers.
Professor Dawn stated that The Vikings' camp at Torksey was much more than just a bunch of hardy warriors. He also added that this was a huge base, larger than most contemporary towns, complete with traders, families, feasting, and entertainment.
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