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The excavations in and Sidinnehåll 1 As early as the 7th century AD there was a densely populated community at Gamla Uppsala, this was before there were towns in this country. Generally, Gamla Uppsala I associated with power, imposing burial mounds and sacrificial feasts on a grand scale.
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