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Iron Age burial mounds at Skeie

Iron Age burial mounds at Skeie Photo: sirdal.no Iron Age burial mounds at Skeie Photo: sirdal.no
Iron Age burial mounds at Skeie Photo: sirdal.no
Iron Age burial mounds at Skeie Photo: sirdal.no
The burial ground at Skeie, contains more than 20 burial mounds from the iron age.

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The burial mounds are located between Lunde and Lindeland. When the area was excavated in 1992, the archaeologists found various artifacts such as jewellery, tools, and earthen vessels which can be found at the museum in Stavanger.

The burial mounds are a short walk away from the carpark. Since the burial ground is more than 1500 years old, we ask you to please follow the trails and signs.

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    • Historical
  • Nature and terrain

    • geological finds
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Iron Age burial mounds at Skeie - Photo: sirdal.no

Iron Age burial mounds at Skeie

The burial mounds are located between Lunde and Lindeland. When the area was excavated in 1992, the archaeologists found various artifacts such as jewe...

Iron Age burial mounds at Skeie

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