Jordbro Grave Field
Jordbro Grave Field is an archaeological site located in the municipality of Haninge, which is part of Stockholm County, Sweden.
Jordbro Grave Field is an archaeological site located in the municipality of Haninge, which is part of Stockholm County, Sweden. The site is a burial ground that dates back to the Viking Age, specifically the 9th to 11th centuries CE.
The Jordbro Grave Field is a large and well-preserved burial ground, with over 200 graves that have been excavated by archaeologists. The graves are primarily of the cremation type, where the bodies were burned and then buried in urns or other containers. Some graves also contain buried artifacts, such as weapons, jewelry, and other personal items.
The site is open to the public and there is a walking path that leads through the burial ground, allowing visitors to see the graves and learn about the history and culture of the Viking Age in Sweden. The site is also a popular destination for archaeologists and historians who are interested in studying the Viking Age and the burial practices of that time.