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|Title:||Warriors and women: The sex ratio of Norse migrants to eastern England up to 900 AD|
|Citation:||McLeod S (2011) Warriors and women: The sex ratio of Norse migrants to eastern England up to 900 AD, Early Medieval Europe, 19 (3), pp. 332-353.|
|Abstract:||Various types of evidence have been used in the search for Norse migrants to eastern England in the latter ninth century. Most of the data gives the impression that Norse females were far outnumbered by males. But using burials that are most certainly Norse and that have also been sexed osteologically provides very different results for the ratio of male to female Norse migrants. Indeed, it suggests that female migration may have been as significant as male, and that Norse women were in England from the earliest stages of the migration, including during the campaigning period from 865.|
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