Thawing Glacier Reveals Pre-Viking Tunic

A greenish-brown wool tunic was uncovered when a glacier in south Norway began retreating.

The tunic, dated to around 300 CE, was discovered on what might have been a Roman-era trade route.  It presumably fit a person up to 5 ft 9 inches (175 cm) tall.

Other finds from previous years include a Viking mitten, a walking stick, a Bronze Age leather shoe, bows and arrowheads.