16th century blacksmith shop found in Norway

The discovery of an old forge, an iron arrowhead and utensils has led archaeologists to believe that they had found an area used by blacksmiths dating to the 1500s. The site was unearthed under Klosterenga in Oslo, Norway.

The discovery was made by workers for Oslo’s Water and Sewerage Department just outside of what would have been the medieval city walls, a common placement for businesses using fire.