This grave site is found between Mysinge and Gettlinge on the Island of Oland in Sweden. The site actually stretches out for several miles on the ridge seperating the two towns. These graves date from the Stone Age.
That looks like a stone "circle" burial henge. They wouldn't be "viking" since they came in after 700 AD well past the stone age. Perhaps the two larger stones are oriented east-west or along with the rising/setting sun at, say summer/winter solstice vernal/autumnal equinox.gmaker1 said:Robin:
The stones do make an outline of a ship, but only bodies are burried there. For some reason, the Vikings used this motif for burial grounds.