A resident of Norway found the grave in their bedroom and get paid for itPictolic
In Norway, the couple repaired the house and found under the floor of his bedroom the grave of the Viking age a thousand years.
This is typical of Scandinavian history. Norwegian Marianne Christiansen with her husband live in the municipality of Bodø in Northern Norway. They decided to make repairs in the house, which was built by the grandfather of Marianne in 1914. Work the family of Christiansen were so many and they decided to start from the floor.
First, under the layer of sand they found a glass bead, which the Norwegian first took over the wheel from a toy car. But when got a big axe, but they became uncomfortable.
The family contacted the County administration of Nordland that are engaged in "preserving the cultural heritage of the country." Soon they came to the archeologist, Martinus Hauglid, who said to them that all this time they lived above the ancient grave of a Viking.
This pile of stones was the basis for the grave
The expert estimated was found the hatchet and a bead of blue glass. He stated that the findings relate to the years 950-1050. It is the sunset of the Viking age, when Norway converted to Christianity and became one Kingdom.
Arrived archaeologists began excavations
Now the house Marianne Christiansen employs a team of archaeologists and repair will have to wait. But for the artifacts found them a reward.
Now bead and axe are in the Museum of tromsø, and archaeologists continue to study the tomb. Suddenly there will be something else?