Map of Norse Ruins at Qinngua that may be Brattahild

[ Map of Norse Ruins at Qinngua that may be Brattahild, Fig. 42. General plan of Ruin group 520 / ě 39.

1. Stone-built house, 8 x 6 m. 2. Small and indistinct stone-built house (observed by Albrethsen in 1970). 3. Byre, built of turf and stones, 15 x 7-9 m. 4. Dwelling, app. 25 x 10-20 m. 5. A stable, built of stones and turf, 13 x 4m. 6. Stone-built pen, 12 x 9 m, with an extension. 7. A stone foundation of a small house, 4 x 3 m. 8. Byre, built of turf and stones 33 x 8 m. 9. House or stable, built of turf and stones, 8 x 5 m. 10. Part of Ruin 8. 11. Stone-built house, 8 x 5 m. 12. A stable, mainly built of stones, 17 x 5 m. l3.A stone- built pen, 11 x 7 m with an attached enclosure. 14. Stable, built of turf and stone, 17 x 5 m, indistinct (observed by Albrethsen in 1970). 15. Turf- and stone-built complex, probably a dwelling, app. 24 x 14 m. The ruin has recently been disturbed by placing large boulders on top of it. 16. Stable, built of turn and stones, 15 x 5 m. 17. Turf- and stone-built complex, probably a dwelling, 30 x 13 m. 18. An indistinct ruin, built of turf and stones, 6 x 4 m (observed by Albrethsen 1970). It probably lies next to Ruin 17, on the eastern side. 19. Dwelling, app. 38 x 20-25 m. 20. Byre, built of turf and stones, 30 x 9-16 m. At the north-west end, a stone-built dike is seen. 21. Presumed church with surrounding church dike. The central structure (church) has collapsed into a pile of stones, but it probably represents a stone-built house or a stone foundation of about 10 x 6 m. The dike is stone-built and almost square in plan, with a side length of app. 20 m. 22. Dwelling, app. 40 x 20 m, but partly disturbed by recent building activity. In the eastern end, a very distinct stone-built room is seen, measuring 13 x 8 m. lt could be the hall of the church farm. 23. Byre, built of turf and stones, 25 x 12 m. 24. A stable? Built of turn and stone, app. 14 x 7 m, with an extension, measuring 7 x 4 m. On the northern side lies a stone-built pen, measuring 7 x 7 m. 25. Stone-built house, 7 x 4 m. lt is situated on a hill, some distance from the other ruins. 26. Stone- built stable, 17 x 8 m situated some distance from the other ruins, near the next stream (observed by Albrethsen 1970). 27. A stable? An indistinct and mainly turf-built structure, app. 15 x 6 m. This ruin could be an early dwelling. 28. A stable, built of turn and stones, 12 x 3 m. 29. Stone- and turf-built pen, 13 x 8 m, indistinct. Parts of it have been eroded by the river. 30. Small pit house, built of turn and stones, 5 x 3 m. 31. Some remains of stone-built dikes. 32. Turf- and stone-built house, 7 x 4 m. 33. Turf- and stone-built house. Only about half of it (3 x 3 m) remains, the rest has eroded away. 34. A house, built of turf and stones, 7 x 4 m. lt is situated among the later Inuit settlement (a). The ruin could however belong to this phase too, even though it looks slightly different. a. Inuit tent foundations. Earlier surveys by Bruun (1895, 307) and Albrethsen & Berglund 1970-71 (report in the National Museum of Denmark, Danish Middle Ages and Renaissance).

, Ole Guldager,  Fig. 42 ]

Source: , , Fig. 42, Ole Guldager, "Map of Norse Ruins at Qinngua that may be Brattahild," 2002, 43. Notes: Fig. 42. General plan of Ruin group 520 / ě 39. 1. Stone-built house, 8 x 6 m. 2. Small and indistinct stone-built house (observed by Albrethsen in 1970). 3. Byre, built of turf and stones, 15 x 7-9 m. 4. Dwelling, app. 25 x 10-20 m. 5. A stable, built of stones and turf, 13 x 4m. 6. Stone-built pen, 12 x 9 m, with an extension. 7. A stone foundation of a small house, 4 x 3 m. 8. Byre, built of turf and stones 33 x 8 m. 9. House or stable, built of turf and stones, 8 x 5 m. 10. Part of Ruin 8. 11. Stone-built house, 8 x 5 m. 12. A stable, mainly built of stones, 17 x 5 m. l3.A stone- built pen, 11 x 7 m with an attached enclosure. 14. Stable, built of turf and stone, 17 x 5 m, indistinct (observed by Albrethsen in 1970). 15. Turf- and stone-built complex, probably a dwelling, app. 24 x 14 m. The ruin has recently been disturbed by placing large boulders on top of it. 16. Stable, built of turn and stones, 15 x 5 m. 17. Turf- and stone-built complex, probably a dwelling, 30 x 13 m. 18. An indistinct ruin, built of turf and stones, 6 x 4 m (observed by Albrethsen 1970). It probably lies next to Ruin 17, on the eastern side. 19. Dwelling, app. 38 x 20-25 m. 20. Byre, built of turf and stones, 30 x 9-16 m. At the north-west end, a stone-built dike is seen. 21. Presumed church with surrounding church dike. The central structure (church) has collapsed into a pile of stones, but it probably represents a stone-built house or a stone foundation of about 10 x 6 m. The dike is stone-built and almost square in plan, with a side length of app. 20 m. 22. Dwelling, app. 40 x 20 m, but partly disturbed by recent building activity. In the eastern end, a very distinct stone-built room is seen, measuring 13 x 8 m. lt could be the hall of the church farm. 23. Byre, built of turf and stones, 25 x 12 m. 24. A stable? Built of turn and stone, app. 14 x 7 m, with an extension, measuring 7 x 4 m. On the northern side lies a stone-built pen, measuring 7 x 7 m. 25. Stone-built house, 7 x 4 m. lt is situated on a hill, some distance from the other ruins. 26. Stone- built stable, 17 x 8 m situated some distance from the other ruins, near the next stream (observed by Albrethsen 1970). 27. A stable? An indistinct and mainly turf-built structure, app. 15 x 6 m. This ruin could be an early dwelling. 28. A stable, built of turn and stones, 12 x 3 m. 29. Stone- and turf-built pen, 13 x 8 m, indistinct. Parts of it have been eroded by the river. 30. Small pit house, built of turn and stones, 5 x 3 m. 31. Some remains of stone-built dikes. 32. Turf- and stone-built house, 7 x 4 m. 33. Turf- and stone-built house. Only about half of it (3 x 3 m) remains, the rest has eroded away. 34. A house, built of turf and stones, 7 x 4 m. lt is situated among the later Inuit settlement (a). The ruin could however belong to this phase too, even though it looks slightly different. a. Inuit tent foundations. Earlier surveys by Bruun (1895, 307) and Albrethsen & Berglund 1970-71 (report in the National Museum of Denmark, Danish Middle Ages and Renaissance).

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