Figure 1: Map of Scandinavia with Öland indicated
Figure 2: Sandby borg as seen from above. Photo by Sebastian Jakobsson
Figure 3: 3D photogrammetric image of the skeleton found in House 52. Photo and 3D visualisation by Kalmar County Museum (3D PDF)
Figure 4: Children's storytelling at Sandby borg. Photo by Ludvig Papmehl-Dufay
Figure 5: Number of backers per reward level in the Sandby borg Kickstarter campaign run in December 2014
Figure 6: Two of the most generous backers, from Boston, UK, joined us in the trench for a week, in early June 2015. Photo by Sebastian Jakobsson
Figure 7: Number of backers per country in the Sandby borg Kickstarter campaign run in December
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