Y-chromosomal composition of mediaeval and contemporary populations in Norway and adjacent Scandinavian countries: Y-STR haplotypes and the rare Y-haplogroup Q
Berger,B.; Willuweit,S.; Niederstätter,H.; Kralj,P.; Roewer,L.; Hamre,S.; Parson,W.
The project “Immigration and mobility in mediaeval and post-mediaeval Norway” is an international multidisciplinary research collaboration and is part of the Norwegian Research Council ́s ten-year research programme “SAMKUL” (Cultural conditions underlying social change). It aims to combine historical information with archeological, osteological, isotopic and genetic data obtained from medieval (Norway-M) and post-medieval (Norway-PM) skeletal remains excavated in Trondheim, one of the medieval capitals of Norway.