added by archaeologs Migration Period settlement in southern Jutland, Denmark of the 4th-5th centuries, a planned village of longhouses. Each house was divided into three rooms with two or three minor buildings. There was also a series of sunken-floored workshops in the last phase. After its abandonment in the 5th century, the settlement was not reoccupied until the Viking period. In the 10th century, Vorbasse was turned into three major estates, each incorporating a large 'Trelleborg type' hall with associated workshops.