How a Seventeenth-century illustration helps archaeologists discover Viking ships

Enlarge / Ole Worm’s Seventeenth-century drawing of the Hjarnø Viking ship settings at Kalvestene (1650).

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In 1650, a Danish doctor and antiquarian named Ole Worm performed the primary survey of a Viking cremation burial website often known as the Kalvestene. Worm created a map of the areas of all of the “ship settings”—stones organized within the form of vessels—marking the graves. Now, a staff of archaeologists has in contrast its personal detailed surveys with Worm’s authentic illustrations and will have found two new ship settings which might be in line with that centuries-old survey, in

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Traditional photographs reveal conventional design


Photographs of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 Traditional have leaked on-line, giving us our first take a look at what might be the extra traditionally-styled entry in Samsung’s upcoming smartwatch lineup. The photographs, revealed by Android Headlines, present a smartwatch with a rotating bezel and two buttons on its right-hand aspect, out there in white, grey, and black.

The watch will reportedly be out there in three sizes in complete: 42mm, 44mm, and 46mm, and can run on the smartwatch platform co-developed by Samsung and Google. The watch will even reportedly be out there in both chrome steel or aluminum,

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