Graves and Grog: Images of Nordic Artifacts

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Ancient Drinking Set

Credit: Nylen and Statens Historiska Museum, Stockholm
An ancient drinking set discovered in Havor, Sweden, dates back to the first century AD. The set, imported from Rome, included a bucket, ladle and strainer…Read More »

and drinking cups. Analyses of artifacts, including this one, reveal that ancient Scandinavians drank grog made of grain, honey, fruits and herbs.   Less «
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