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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Viking DNA in Britain; Vikings and Anglo-Saxons



New study reignites debate over Viking settlements in England, Science Nordic

“It’s difficult to separate Danish Vikings and Anglo-Saxons genetically because these populations lived so close together. And at the same time, the Vikings arrived in England relatively soon after the Anglo-Saxons. This leads to extra uncertainty and it means that you can’t separate the two,” says Røyrvik.

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