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Famous Viking Warrior's Grave Reveals A Shocking Truth

Turns out that this famous Viking warrior wasn't who everyone thought they were.
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First genetic proof that women were Viking warriors

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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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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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