Excavations at Stöð, Stöðvarfjörður
The oldest of the two Viking longhouses at Stöð
Image: Bjarni Einarsson
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The Vikings in Iceland The Alþing and the legal system The Types of Assemblies Archaeology in Iceland Tephrochronology and the dating of the Settlement Reykjavik 871±2 Excavations in Reykjavík The Excavated Farm at Stöng Excavations at Stöð, Stöðvarfjörður The Early Medieval Church at Seydisfjordur The Mosfell Archaeological Project (MAP) Egil’s Grave (?) and Ship-Settings The Hrísbrú Longhouse Regional Survey in the Mosfell Valley
The youngest of the two longhouses contained the most valuable horde of objects ever found in Iceland and was probably the hall of a Viking chieftain. Image: Bjarni Einarsson