Danish excavation finds Iron Age woman





Danish archeologists have found the well-preserved skeletal remains of an Iron Age woman while excavating a 1,600-year-old grave in a suburb of Copenhagen. The woman, believed to be between 20 and 40 when she died, probably lived around the year AD 400, Tom Giersing of the Kroppedal Museum in Taastrup said Wednesday in announcing the find.

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