Category:England, Derbyshire: Repton
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- Part of a group of winter camp sites of the Great Heathen Army:
- Torksey 872-873AD
- Repton and Heath Wood, Ingleby 873-874AD
- Status- Accepted
- Find date- Excavated between 1974-1988AD
- Bodies- Male warrior burial; Female burial; another single male burial and 2 double burials.
- Dated to- 873-874AD
- Biddle, Martin and Birthe Kjølbye-Biddle (2001) Repton and the great heathen army, 873-4. In Graham-Campbell, James; Hall, Richard; Jesch, Judith and Parsons, David N. (eds.) (2001) Vikings and the Danelaw. Select Papers from the Proceedings of the Thirteenth Viking Congress. Viking Congress: 13 pp.55-92
- Warrior Grave
- Thors hammer
- sword and scabbard
- iron knives (one a folding knife)
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