• Researchers stumbled upon a box of human bones that had been missing for 100 years. They may come from Viking-age royalty

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    Researchers Charlotte Rimstad and Ulla Mannering with some of the textiles they studied.
    Irene Skals/National Museum of Denmark/Antiquity Publications Ltd
    Denmark researchers recently stumbled across a box containing human bones from the Viking age.
    The remains were thought to have been lost for the last 100 years.
    The bones likely belonged to a wealthy man who may have been royal.
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    Ulla Mannering and Charlotte Rimstad are used to studying textiles, not bones. Since 2018, they've helped reconstruct Viking-age clothing at the National Museum of...
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