10th century Icelandic cowshed discovered

Archaeologists have discovered a well-preserved cowshed dating to the 10th century on a farm near Keldudalur in Skagafjördur, Iceland.

In addition to the cowshed, the team, led by archaeologist Ragnheidur Traustadóttir, found several other structures from the 11th and 12th centuries. The cowshed was constructed from rock and turf, and paved with stone flooring.