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Jarlshof is an archaeological site located on the south side of the Shetland Mainland, at an elevation north of Sumburgh Head. Evidence has been found here for almost continuous habitation from the Bronze Age and Iron Age up to and including the sixteenth century. The name refers to the Norwegian word jarl, which corresponds to the English earl.
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