Harald’s blue tooth, which introduced Christianity to Denmark in the tenth century, is an important historical figure in the Nordic space. An important treasure, which may have belonged to him, has been discovered. Hundreds of coins, pearls, a Thor’s hammer, broken brooches and rings … This treasure “unique”, being able to belong to the Danish king Harald with the blue tooth, was discovered on the German island of Rügen, reports Monday, April 16, the German agency Dpa. Archäologen entdecken wertvollen Silberschatz auf Rügen https://t.co/SltVMYTvNr @OZlive (Dmo) pic.twitter.com/PB7NbZztQK – dpa (@dpa) April 16, 2018 At the origin of this discovery: an amateur archaeologist Rene Schön and 13-year-old schoolboy Luca Malaschnitschenko. The duo discovered a piece in January using a metal detector in a field near the town of Schaprode on the island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea. And the local authorities excavated the treasure on 14 and 15 April. Harald at the Blue Tooth, which introduced Christianity to Denmark in the tenth century, is an important historical figure in northern space. It is in his honor that the Bluetooth wireless communication technology has been named. The symbol of Bluetooth is also a mixture of two letters of runic alphabets representing the initials of King Harald. Read also Related topics
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