Viking settlement 'Hop' is in New Brunswick, claims archaeologist

A lost Viking settlement known as "Hóp," which has been mentioned in sagas passed down over hundreds of years, is said to have supported wild grapes, abundant salmon and inhabitants who made canoes out of animal hides.

Viking settlement 'Hop' is in New Brunswick, claims archaeologist

Birgitta Wallace, a senior archaeologist emerita with Parks Canada, claims Viking settlement 'Hop' is in the Miramichi-Chaleur bay area in northeastern New Brunswick in Canada (stock image). ...

Fri 9 Mar 18 from Daily Mail

Archaeologists Closer to Finding Lost Viking Settlement

The famed Viking post has been described in sagas passed down over hundreds of years. But its location has been lost to history, until now.

Tue 6 Mar 18 from Livescience

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