Thursday, August 18, 2016


From: Sweden
Category: collection
Date:  February 2016

Anundshög is a tumulus near Västerås in Västmanland, the largest in Sweden. It has a diameter of 60 metres and is about 9 metres high. Assessments of the era of the mound vary between the Bronze Age and the late Iron Age. A fireplace under it has been dated by radiocarbon dating to sometime between AD 210 and 540.

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