Odds and Ends
12 11, 6:43pm
That's curious, since the Danes actually held a piece in Northern England around a thousand years ago, just before England started becoming a genuine power in its own right. I'd guess the scientists in question took that into account and were expecting to see more?
It could be that the English didn't allow the children of rape to live. It'd also be interesting to see if any English blood entered the Scandinavian countries back then, since that might indicate that the Vikings were taking women back... although going that far back, it'd probably be hard to distinguish Eastern English DNA from German.