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Pre-Christian cult sites in Scandinavia, often consisting of settlements with a large central hall and a smaller attached building have been discovered in eastern Denmark, Central and Southern Sweden (Skåne), but not in Norway.The Hof may have been built sometime around the year 400 AD, and thus been in use for hundreds of years.When archaeologists began the excavation, they initially thought it was a flat burial mound with a main pit and one or more secondary graves. Near the center of the site, they acknowledged that it was not a burial mound, but a sacrificial altar, called a , in Old Norse sources.According to Preben Rønne of the Science Museum/NTNU in Trondheim, who led the excavations, the find was also easy to interpret as a pagan temple from Norse sources.Her body was found four days later in a slough in a rural area on the Saskatchewan side of Lloydminster. Violet Heathen, 49, was last seen getting into a green pickup truck with a Saskatchewan licence plate outside the same hotel on May 15, 2009. RCMP investigators in Saskatchewan and Alberta said the name of the man charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of Chief and Heathen will be released today.Her remains were found in a rural area near Kitscoty, Alta., about 25 kilometres away, on Nov. In the weeks after Chief’s body was found, her family described their last moments together.The site was disassembled and buried under a thick layer of peat moss, around the time Christianity became the dominant religion in the area.The pagan sanctuary survived because the people who used it more than 1000 years ago, hid the entire complex under an unusually thick layer of soil, so thick that a plow could never reach deep enough to destroy it.
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