In 2017 we took archaeology on tour. The idea was to present remote archaeology to the public – on their turf – by bringing the presentation of the excavation to them. Together with Museiarkeologi Sydost, we toured the archaeological excavation of Sandby Borg, a remote place on the island of Öland, Sweden.
I had the privilege of covering the marine archaeological investigation of Kronobergs Slottsruin (castle ruin). The reason for the investigation being a replacement of the bridges heading out to the ruin.
Beneath Gamlestan, in the city of Gothenburg, lies Nya Lödöse, the towns predecessor. It has been excavated for a couple of years in order to make room for a new hub of transportation networks. The old city was in use between 1473 and 1624 when it was moved to what we today know as Gothenburg. I’ve had the pleasure of making YouTube videos for the excavation were finds are plenty and characters the same. Have a stroll through the clips below!
My very first archaeological documentation, making a video about The Search of Karl XII’s sunken navy for Bohusläns Museum. A big thanks to all the marine archaeologists for letting me be a part of this day!