Among the rare finds from Steintjørna are two small horse heads in bronze, 1,5 and 2 centimeters in length respectively. The head fragments were originally part of a horse shaped pendant, containing two opposite facing heads. Continue reading
In August 2013 an international team of archaeologists continued the investigation of a hearth row site at Steintjørna, situated near the Norwegian-Russian border in Pasvik, Finnmark. The site is located next to a small tarn (Steintjørna) about 400 m west of the Pasvik River, in a coniferous forest environment typical for such sites.