I first thought that the viking age sword looked as if it might have been damaged by ploughing but according to Simo Vanhatalo from the National Board of Antiquities it was probably buried in a damaged condition. Also according to Simo Vanhatalo both swords bear inscriptions in latin
"I could read In Nomine Domini on the viking age sword and the other one also seemed to bear faint inscriptions".
The excavation of the grave took two days but a continuation of research in the area is planned for 2014. Congrats to the finders and Simo Vanhatalo for a job well done!
The grave pit shows up very clearly in this pic, could the deceeased have been placed in a coffin? The swords had been plaaced upon eachother with the viking age sword on top (photo Simo Vanhatalo the National Boar of Antiquities)-
Excavation in progress (photo Simo Vanhatalo the National Boar of Antiquities),
The viking age sword to the right
Link to the news including a radio Interview and video (in Finnish):