Anglo-Saxon Apartheid?

The question of how a relatively small number of Anglo-Saxon immigrants came to control early Medieval Britain has received much attention. New interdisciplinary research, published by Mark G. Thomas, Michael P.H. Stumpf and Heinrich Härke, argues that their success was due to the implementation of an Apartheid-like social structure that restricted intermarriage between Anglo-Saxons and native Britons. The full article can be read here in PDF.

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