Cross-disciplinary Studies of Migration of Irish, Hiberno-Norse and other Gaelic-speaking populations in the Viking Age
Viking Age Migration

Further Reading on Research into Viking Age Genetics

Because genetic research is such a rapidly developing field, it has been decided to organize this bibliography according to chronological rather than alphabetical principles.

D. Tills, P. Teesdale, A. Mourant  “Blood groups of the Irish” Annals of human biology 4.1 (1977), 23-34.

Cashman, S. M., A. Patino, A. Martinez, M. Garcia-Delgado, Z. Miedzybrodzka, M. Schwarz, A. Shrimpton, C. Ferec, O. Raguenes, M. Macek,Jr., et al. 1995 ‘Identical Intragenic Microsatellite Haplotype Found in Cystic Fibrosis Chromosomes Bearing Mutation G551D in Irish, English, Scottish,Breton and Czech Patients’, Human Heredity 45 (1995), 6–12.

E. Hill, M. Jobling & D. Bradley “Y chromosome variation and Irish origins” Nature 404 (March 2000), 351.

V. Byrnes, S. Ryan, P. Kenny, P. Mayne & J. Crowe “Genetic Hemochromatosis, a Celtic disease: is it now time for population screening” Genetic testing 5 (2001), 127-30 -

Mark Jobling, “In the name of the father: surnames and genetics” TRENDS in Genetics Vol.17 No.6 June 2001, 353-7.

Capelli, C., N. Redhead, J. K. Abernethy, F. Gratrix, J. F. Wilson, T. Moen, T. Hervig, M. Richards, M.P. Stumpf, P. A. Underhill, P. Bradshaw, A. Shaha, M. G. Thomas, N. Bradman, & D. B. Goldstein ‘A Y Chromosome Census of the British Isles’,Current Biology 13 (2003), 979–984.

Lucotte, G., & F. Dieterlen 2003 ‘A European Allele Map of the C282Y Mutation of
Hemochromatosis: Celtic Versus Viking Origin of the Mutation?’ Blood Cells, Molecules & Diseases 31 (2003), 262–7.

McEvoy, B., M. Richards, P. Forster, & D. G. Bradley "The Longue Durée of Genetic Ancestry: Multiple Genetic Marker Systems and Celtic Origins on the Atlantic Façade of Europe", American Journal of Human Genetics 75 (2004), 693–702.

Dieterlen, F., and G. Lucotte "Haplotype XV of the Y-Chromosome is the Main Haplotype in
West-Europe", Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy 59 (2005), 269–72.

S. Goodacre, A. Helgason, J. Nicholson, L. Southam, L. Ferguson, E. Hickey, E. Vega, K. Stefa´nsson, R. Ward and B. Sykes “Genetic evidence for a family-based Scandinavian settlement of Shetland and Orkney during the Viking periods” Heredity 95 (2005), 129-135.

McEvoy, B., & D. G. Bradley ‘Y-Chromosomes and the Extent of Patrilineal Ancestry in Irish Surnames’, Human Genetics 119 (2006), 212–19.

Brian McEvoy, Claire Brady, Laoise T Moore and Daniel G Bradley, “The scale and nature of Viking settlement in Ireland from Y-chromosome admixture analysis”, European Journal of Human Genetics (2006) 14, 1288–1294.

Moore, L. T., B. McEvoy, E. Cape, K. Simms, & D. G. Bradley ‘A Y-Chromosome Signature of Hegemony in Gaelic Ireland’, American Journal of Human Genetics 78 (2006), 334–8.

Georgina R. Bowden, Patricia Balaresque, Turi E. King, Ziff Hansen, Andrew C. Lee
Giles Pergl-Wilson, Emma Hurley, Stephen J. Roberts, Patrick Waite, Judith Jesch
Abigail L. Jones, Mark G. Thomas, Stephen E. Harding and Mark A. Jobling, “Excavating Past Population Structures by Surname-Based Sampling: The Genetic Legacy of the Vikings in Northwest England” Molecular Biology and Evolution 25.2 (2007), 301-9.

A.L Töpf, M.T.P Gilbert, R.C Fleischer and A.R Hoelzel, “Ancient human mtDNA genotypes from England reveal lost variation over the last millennium” Biology letters (2007) 3, 550–553.

McEvoy, B., K. Simms, & D. G. Bradley "Genetic Investigation of the Patrilineal Kinship
Structure of Early Medieval Ireland", American Journal of Physical Anthropology 136 (2008), 415–22. Investigation of the Patrilineal Kinship 2008.pdf

Searle, J. B., C. S. Jones, I. Gunduz, M. Scascitelli, E. P. Jones, J. S. Herman, R. V. Rambau, L.
R. Noble, R. J. Berry, M. D. Gimenez, & F.Johannesdottir ‘Of Mice and (Viking?) Men,
Phylogeography of British and Irish House Mice’,Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society 276 (2009), 201–7.

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