- DNA of Black Death plague victims in France shows bacteria lay dormant
- 'It's a chilling thought that plague might have once been hiding right around the corner throughout Europe, living in a host which is not known to us yet' explains Johannes Krause, director of the Department of Archaeogenetics at the MPI in Jena.
- Ancient genomes reveal that the English are one-third Anglo-Saxon
- For the first time, researchers have been able to directly estimate the Anglo-Saxon ancestry of the British population from ancient skeletons, showing how Anglo-Saxon immigrants mixed with the native population.
- 'Black Death' Pathogens Have Survived in Europe
- "It's a chilling thought that plague might have once been hiding right around the corner throughout Europe, living in a host which is not known to us yet," explained Johannes Krause, director of the department of archaeogenetics at the MPI.
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