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Christianity given larger part in revamped Jorvik’s story

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 17 Mar 2017 @ 12:05

CHRISTIAN influences in the life of York in Viking times are to be included for the first time in the city’s newly revamped Jorvik Viking Centre.

The museum’s operator, York Archaeological Trust, has used a £4.2-million restoration — after disastrous flooding in 2015 — to incorporate the latest research into its displays, which capture a moment in the everyday life of the city in the tenth century.

The Trust’s head of Interpretation, Dr Chris ...

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