Some pictures

 Today we removed the final parts of the late house and began to take away a brownish layer which appears to contain finds from both the Medieval av Viking periods. Beneath comes a foundation layer of clay covered with lots of burnt material and features. There are clear similarities to the construction and burning of the hall building. Time will tell if the constructions are simultaneous.

This picture comes from the end of the first day when we have removed turf and emptied last years trial trench.

Hans Göthberg sitting inside the late house, probably built in the late 17th or 18th century. You clearly can see the sill stones and the SW corner of the building

In the 16th century layers of the "medieval" cellar are some really nice bones popping up.
Among them a fairly large lower jaw of a pig.

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