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1988 gjordes ett fynd, som ledde till att Trelleborg fick ett oväntat kapitel i sin historia. På stadens högsta punkt fann man spåren av en ringborg från vikingatiden. Med fyndet av borgen fick även stadens namn sin förklaring, en trelleborg var troligen ett samlingsnamn för de vikingatida ringborgarna med treller/träller, snedsträvorna av kluvna stockar, som ser ut att stötta konstruktionen.

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