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Piracy News & Commentary

Hardcore Anglo-Saxon Pirate Hunting

The fifty-one decapitated skeletons discovered recently in a mass grave in Dorset, England and dating from 910 to 1030 A.D., are probably those of Vikings, according to anthropologists who have analyzed the skeletons. All were young males in their teens and twenties, with a few in their thirties, and were almost certainly killed in a mass execution by Anglo-Saxons who were engaged in a long-running defense against Viking raiders. You can read the article here.
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