Skulls show women moved across medieval Europe, not just men

March 12, 2018
BERLIN (AP) — The newcomers who arrived in the little farming villages of medieval Germany would have stood out: They had dark hair and tawny skin, spoke a strange language and had remarkably tall heads. Now scientists who investigated the unusually shaped skulls say they provide evidence that women also migrated long distances...

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