Harald Bluetooth's palace found in Jutland

Archaeologists from Århus University have discovered the remains of 10th century wooden buildings which they believe are from the palace complex of King Harald Bluetooth, King of Denmark from 940 to 985, in Jelling.

Thus far, four buildings have been found, and archaeologist Mads Dengsø Jessen believes the actual palace may be found beneath the existing church.

Ericsson, the electronics company, named its Bluetooth wireless devices after the beloved ruler.