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The Blood Eagle executions whispered of in the Norse sagas has long been a thing of legend, with little actual evidence of it taking place. Now whether it was practically possible has been examined, and the answer is a resounding ‘Yes’!

The latest in radiocarbon dating has been used as model to study ancient change, including trade and commerce, at a medieval Viking center in Denmark. And the study revealed that the Viking Age unfolded in phases beginning nearby and expanding all the way to the Middle East and beyond.

A new study published in Nature looks at the population migrations, three of them, that forever changed prehistoric Britain in the mid to late Bronze Age, when the first Celtic farmers arrived from the continent.

More from Norse Mythology

The Blood Eagle executions whispered of in the Norse sagas has long been a thing of legend, with little actual evidence of it taking place. Now whether it was practically possible has been examined, and the answer is a resounding ‘Yes’!

The latest in radiocarbon dating has been used as model to study ancient change, including trade and commerce, at a medieval Viking center in Denmark. And the study revealed that the Viking Age unfolded in phases beginning nearby and expanding all the way to the Middle East and beyond.

A new study published in Nature looks at the population migrations, three of them, that forever changed prehistoric Britain in the mid to late Bronze Age, when the first Celtic farmers arrived from the continent.