Human migration: Reappraising the Viking Image

@article{McEvoy2005HumanMR,
  title={Human migration: Reappraising the Viking Image},
  author={Benjamin McEvoy and C J Edwards},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={2005},
  volume={95},
  pages={111-112}
}
‘O ur supreme and holy Grace, protecting us and ours, deliver us, God, from the savage Northman race which lays waste our realms’ (taken from a church antiphony, Magnusson, 2003). New genetic analyses throw light on how these ‘Northmen’, better known today as Vikings, came to colonize the islands of the North Atlantic. Vikings still hold a special place in the popular imagination as warriors and raiders, due in no small measure to the monastic literati of the day, whom were the frequent (Figure… Expand
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