Thad P says:
How does a carnelian bead carved in India wind up in the English midlands 1,000 years ago? Glad you asked. A great storyteller tells a great story.
An acclaimed bioarchaeologist traces the path of an ancient piece of jewelry found in a Viking grave in England back to eighth-century Baghdad and India, explaining that the Vikings' route may have been far more varied than previously known.
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