Sverris Saga: Das Skelett im Brunnen

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Sverris Saga: Das Skelett im Brunnen

Beitragvon Blattspitze » 15.06.2016 14:22

Detail aus Sverris Saga durch neue Grabung bestätigt:

http://www.pasthorizonspr.com/index.php ... iking-saga
“This is truly astonishing. As far as I know there is no known example of the discovery of an individual historically connected with an act of war as far back as the year 1197. And the fact that this actually corroborates an event described in Sverre’s saga is simply amazing“, says lead archaeologist at the site, Anna Petersén.
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In 1197 King Sverre Sigurdsson and his Birkebeiner-mercenaries were attacked and defeated in his castle stronghold, Sverresborg, by his rivals, the Baglers. According to the Saga, the Baglers burned down buildings and destroyed the castle’s fresh water supply by throwing one of King Sverre’s dead men into the well, and then filling it with stones.

Now, following a trial excavation in the well, archaeologists can confirm this dramatic story. Archaeologists managed to retrieve part of the skeleton they found in the well in 2014. A fragment of bone produced a radiocarbon date that confirmed that the individual lived and died at the end of the 12th century, the same time as the incident described in the Saga.
"Im Grunde sind Unternehmer und Anwälte gar nichts anderes als mächtige Zauberer. Die Geschichten, die sich moderne Juristen erzählen, sind sogar noch viel sonderbarer als die der alten Schamanen." Y.N. Harari
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