Mass Grave from the Viking Great Army

Here's interesting news about the Vikings in Britain - especially if you followed up on the vikings in sub rosa #16 865 AD Voventes Centennales, or this thread.

Recent radiocarbon datings of the bones from the excavations led by archaeologists Martin Biddle and Birthe Kjølbye-Biddle at St Wystan's Church in Repton confirm, that those men and women buried there most likely belonged to the Great Heathen Army from 865.

The article from Antiquity is here.