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The 7th-9th century trading settlement of Dornburg was situated upon the sand dunes of the island of Walcheren, north of the Scheldt estuary in the Netherlands. Nothing now remains of the settlement, but plans of the site made in the 19th century and the rich unstratified collection of pottery, metalwork, worked bone and English sceattas suggest that it once flourished as an important trading site.

The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983Copied