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malformalady:  The skull of a horse in the sacrificial bog of Lejre Eksperimental Center in Denmark. Photo credit: Benjamin Asmussen

malformalady: The skull of a horse in the sacrificial bog of Lejre Eksperimental Center in Denmark. Photo credit: Benjamin Asmussen

Land of Legends (Sagnlandet Lejre) - live in the iron age for a week

Land of Legends (Sagnlandet Lejre) - live in the iron age for a week

Salmons and stews cooking by a fire in the Iron Age village in the Land of Legends, Denmark

Salmons and stews cooking by a fire in the Iron Age village in the Land of Legends, Denmark

Sagnlandet Lejre: Hans-Ole Hansen in his early years... and still inspirting many. Lecture on the occasion of 50 years Sagnlandet Lejre.

Sagnlandet Lejre: Hans-Ole Hansen in his early years... and still inspirting many. Lecture on the occasion of 50 years Sagnlandet Lejre.

lejre | Lejre 'the land of legends' and Roskilde Cathedral

lejre | Lejre 'the land of legends' and Roskilde Cathedral

Sagnlandet Lejre

Sagnlandet Lejre

---------------  YES -----------             Textiles at Lejre Textiles produced at the weaving house at Lejre open air museum.

--------------- YES ----------- Textiles at Lejre Textiles produced at the weaving house at Lejre open air museum.

Mushroom stew cooking in the Iron Age village in the Land of Legends, Denmark

Mushroom stew cooking in the Iron Age village in the Land of Legends, Denmark

The Sacficial Bog at the Land of Legends/Sagnlandet Lejre. It's almost as if the gods and ghosts of the past are really there...

The Sacficial Bog at the Land of Legends/Sagnlandet Lejre. It's almost as if the gods and ghosts of the past are really there...

Archeologists are puzzled by the fact that they almost never uncover bones from small children and infants in excavations of historic burial sites. Archaeology students in Denmark have been experimenting with cremation of infants (=piglets).

Archeologists are puzzled by the fact that they almost never uncover bones from small children and infants in excavations of historic burial sites. Archaeology students in Denmark have been experimenting with cremation of infants (=piglets).

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