The years of the Edain were lengthened, according to the reckoning of Men, after their coming to Beleriand. But at last Beor the Old died when he had lived three and ninety years, and forty four of which he had served king Felagund...and the Eldar wondered much at the strange fate of Men, for in all their lore there was no account of it, and its end was hidden from them.
The number of Viking warrior burials in Dublin is extraordinary in the Viking world, say archaeologists. Many were buried with swords and other Viking paraphernalia. A project cataloguing these burials, which began in 1999, is nearing conclusion. It will result in the publication of Viking Graves and Grave-Goods in Ireland, an 800-page tome.