Archaeologists Unearth Viking Drinking Hall

Archaeologists Unearth Viking Drinking Hall
Jacob Hamilton/The Bay City Times-MLive.com via AP

A Viking "drinking hall" that may have been used by a high-ranking chieftain 800 years ago has been unearthed in Orkney, archaeologists have said.

The site, which is believed to have been a high-status Norse hall from as far back as the 10th century, was discovered at Skaill Farmstead in Westness, Rousay.

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