Integration Versus Apartheid in Post-Roman Britain: A Response to Thomas et al. (2008)

@inproceedings{Pattison2011IntegrationVA,
  title={Integration Versus Apartheid in Post-Roman Britain: A Response to Thomas et al. (2008)},
  author={John E. Pattison},
  booktitle={Human biology},
  year={2011}
}
  • John E. Pattison
  • Published in Human biology 2011
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Abstract The genetic surveys of the population of Britain conducted by Weale et al. and Capelli et al. produced estimates of the Germani immigration into Britain during the early Anglo-Saxon period, c.430–c.730. These estimates are considerably higher than the estimates of archaeologists. A possible explanation suggests that an apartheid-like social system existed in the early Anglo-Saxon kingdoms resulting in the Germani breeding more quickly than the Britons. Thomas et al. attempted to… CONTINUE READING

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