History Stories
13-Year-Old Uncovers Silver Treasure of Viking King Bluetooth
April 16, 2018

Bluetooth technology is named after a Viking leader thought to be linked to the find. Read More

Danish Viking Tomb Reveals Unprecedented Gems
March 27, 2017

An elaborate gilded horse bridle belonging to a high-status Viking that was recently uncovered in Jutland, Denmark may be one of the most important findings of all time. Read More

Unique Tomb Found in Denmark Contains Remains of Viking Power Couple
June 28, 2016

Archaeologists in southwest Denmark have discovered a tomb in a Viking burial ground containing the rare remains of a man and woman of high social status. Read More

Archaeologists Uncover 5,000-Year-Old Human Footprints in Denmark
November 13, 2014

Scientists excavating a site on the Danish island of Lolland recently uncovered two sets of footprints that they believe were made by Stone Age fishermen. Read More

Evidence of Gruesome Ancient Ritual Unearthed in Denmark
July 31, 2014

Danish archeologists have found evidence that the bodies of a vanquished Iron Age army were ritualistically desecrated as part of a grisly religious sacrifice Read More

Uncovering the Mysteries of the Bog Bodies
July 21, 2014

Ongoing research on two 2,000-year-old corpses preserved in the peat bogs of Denmark reveals that they both traveled from elsewhere before their deaths. Read More