Vikings had smallpox and may have helped spread the world’s deadliest virus (

Scientists have discovered extinct strains of smallpox in the teeth of Viking skeletons – proving for the first time that the killer disease plagued humanity for at least 1400 years.

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‘Unbelievably rare.’ Centuries-old bow found in muddy Mississippi creek (

Were women the true artisans behind Ancient Greek ceramics? (