On the biological affinity between the populations of Iron Age and Roman central southern England, using dental non-metrics as evidence
This study examines the impact of the Roman invasion and occupation of central southern England on the genetic variation of the local Iron Age population. Three models are examined that purport to explain the relationship between the populations of the Iron Age and Roman periods. The first, biological continuity, sees no discemable change in the genetic variation of the population from the Iron Age to the end of the Roman occupation. The second model, biological replacement, proposes that...[Show more]
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