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Ancient skulls show Anglo-Saxon identity was more cultural than genetic

By Mark Collard, Canada Research Chair in Human Evolutionary Studies, and Professor of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University
Keith Dobney, Chair professor, Archaeology, University of Sydney
Kimberly Plomp, Postdoctoral Researcher, Human Evolutionary Studies, Simon Fraser University
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New analysis of Anglo-Saxon skulls suggests that being an Anglo-Saxon was a matter of language and culture, and not genetics.

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