1,000 Year Old Viking Sword Unearthed By Geese Hunters

1,000-Year-Old Viking Sword

Image Source: The Cultural Agency of Iceland

According to experts, this sword is actually a 1000-year-old and it was under water for several centuries before surfacing to the land due to massive floods. A well preserved Viking sword has been discovered by a group of 5 local goose hunters on a hunting trip in Iceland. The men were in the town of Skaftarhreppur when they discovered the sword lying on the ground. One of the hunters, Arni Bjorn Valdimarsson, posted this photo of the find on his Facebook page.

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