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Even the Vikings Had Smallpox

News   Jul 24, 2020 | Original story from the University of Copenhagen

 
Even the Vikings Had Smallpox

The researchers worked for example with samples from an excavation in Oxford: A mass grave where more than 30 skeletons were discovered. One of the skeletons had been infected with smallpox. Credit: Ceri Falys.

 
 
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