Paleodemography of the Greenland Norse

Lynnerup, Niels
September 1996
Arctic Anthropology;1996, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p122
Academic Journal
Establishes the paleodemographic profile of the Norse Greenlandic settlements. Bioanthropological study of all the Norse human material; Analysis of various mathematical population models; Calculations of the projected total number of burials.


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