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DNA Proves Viking Warriors Were Women Too

Scientists had assumed this famous Viking warrior was a man, but DNA proves that she was a high-ranking female officer.
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Academics / General Science : Discover Magazine: Living World

This one goes out to all my fellow shieldmaidens: researchers have confirmed through ancient DNA testing that the warrior buried in a famous Viking grave was a woman. Researchers have excavated hundreds of Viking-era graves at Birka...

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New DNA evidence uncovered by researchers at Uppsala University and Stockholm University shows that there were in fact female Viking warriors. The remains of an iconic Swedish Viking Age grave now reveal that war was not an activity...

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DNA evidence proves "male" Viking warrior actually a woman

Humor / odd : Boing Boing

The skeleton of a Viking originally believed to be a man is now being classified as high-ranking female warrior after examining DNA samples taken from her arm and teeth. Researchers believed the skeleton had been male since it was d...

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