Ancient stone circles in Norway were hiding a dark secret: dozens of children’s graves


Archaeologists are mystified by the discovery of dozens of Bronze and Iron Age graves of children in southern Norway.

The burials, each marked by circles of meticulously placed stones, were found by a team from Norway’s Museum of Cultural History last year near Fredrikstad, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Oslo, near the Swedish border.

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