During the construction of new pipelines, archaeologists uncovered an unusual find on a small island in central Sweden.
The group found a fragment of a medieval seal on Biskops Arnö, in between Uppsala and Stockholm.
"I was very lucky to make that discovery," archaeologist Maria Lingström, one of the group of archaeologists which is linked to the Swedish History Museum, told The Local. "The shaft for the pipeline was just one metre wide and about ten metres deep by the time I examined it. Without a metal detector, I wouldn't have found it."Read full article on The Local