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Viking house. Cutaway artwork of the inside of a Viking longhouse. The remains of these buildings have been found in what is now Denmark and Sweden, dating from the Viking Age (8th to 11th centuries). The longhouse is constructed from wood, raised on stone foundations and has a thatched roof. The inside is a single large communal area, with a central cooking fire and a section for livestock. Furs and rugs are on benches and the walls, along with shields, weapons and animal head trophies.
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