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Dark hair was common among Vikings, genetic study confirms

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They may have had a reputation for trade, braids and fearsome raids, but the Vikings were far from a single group of flaxen-haired, sea-faring Scandinavians.

A genetic study of Viking-age human remains has not only confirmed that Vikings from different parts of Scandinavia set sail for different parts of the world, but has revealed that dark hair was more common among Vikings than Danes today.

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On 9/17/2020 at 8:36 PM, Sigrdrífa the Priestess said:

A High Priestess wishes to convey that this is an exuberantly good tiding! She can from henceforth ditch the use of spray blond! ;)

Permit me to query what's it like to be a bottle blonde? ;)

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