What can 442 human remains tell us about the Viking Age?
There is a new study on the effects of medieval walrus hunting and trade, with a particular focus on its effects on the Greenland settlement. The Open Access article is entitled ‘Ecological globalisation, serial depletion and the medieval trade of walrus rostra’ and can be found in Quaternary Science Reviews (doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.106122). The articles on Greenland on this web site will be updated in due course with the findings of this study.
From archaeological digs in Great Britain and Scandinavia to Sicily.
Genomic studies are published at a fast rate these days.
Who were the first settlers?
The aDNA of Scandinavian cod.