Vikings is the modern name given to seafaring people originally from Scandinavia (present-day Denmark, Norway and Sweden), who from the late 8th to the late 11th centuries raided, pirated, traded and settled throughout parts of Europe.

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The Neanderthal Handshake: Unraveling the Genetic Origins of “Viking Disease”

'Viking Disease' Hand Disorder May Come From Neanderthal Genes

Neanderthal Legacy: Unraveling the Genetic Threads of “Viking Disease”

The Viking disease can be due to gene variants inherited from Neanderthals

Study: Viking Disease is Partly of Neanderthal Origin

Rare Giant Phantom Jellyfish, Oh My! Viking Expedition Ships Aid Antarctic Research

Viking Age to Modern Day Scandinavia Unveiled Through 2,000 Years of Genetic History

1,000-Year-Old Viking Hall Unearthed in Denmark

Viking DNA study finds they were more genetically diverse than modern Scandinavians

DNA from archaeological remains shows that immigration to Scandinavia was exceptional during the Viking period

Brutal massacre sheds light on migration during Viking Age

A peculiar protected structure links Viking knots with quantum vortices

Viking Knots Linked With Quantum Vortices – A Vortex Structure That Is Impervious to Decay

Metal Detector Enthusiast Finds Viking-Age Hoard of Silver Objects

Metal detectorist stumbles across Viking treasure hoard in Norway

Loss of Viking-era herring may be a warning to today’s fishers

Thor's Hammer amulet from Viking Age unearthed in Sweden

2 Viking swords buried upright might have connected the dead to Odin and Valhalla

Upcycling in the past: Viking beadmakers' secrets revealed

Viking Textiles Show Women Had Tremendous Power