Surprising beauty of 1,000 year old female Viking warrior

Surprising beauty of 1,000 year old female Viking warrior

The face of a 1,000-year-old female Viking warrior has been recreated and it’s stunning.

Such is the case of a female Viking warrior found in Norway, near Solor, according to The Vintage News. When archaeologists first discovered the remains of the female Viking warrior, they had no idea what her face looked like.

Now, thanks to modern facial reconstruction and forensic techniques, the anonymous woman has had her face returned, even though she suffered severe injuries to her forehead. The beauty of the female Viking warrior has stunned scientists.

Experts say the remains of the female Viking warrior are approximately 1,000 years old and the skull was fractured, apparently from a gruesome wound, perhaps in battle.

For decades, women were thought to be on the sidelines of battles. However, the wound on the forehead of this remains shows that the woman participated in combat.

Initially, when the remains were found in a large Viking burial site, no one thought she was a warrior because she was a woman. Archaeologist Ella Al-Shamahi says she is proof that females did indeed participate in Viking battles.

Meanwhile, Neil Price, an archeology professor and consultant, said he would not be surprised to find more female Viking warriors.

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