Guardian of Ga'Hoole
- Jul 24, 2008
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Weapon Grave of Suontaka, Hattula in Finland Reveals Flexible Gender Roles in the Early Middle Ages | University of Turku
Weapon Grave of Suontaka, Hattula in Finland Reveals Flexible Gender Roles in the Early Middle Ages
The modern re-analysis of a weapon grave found in Suontaka, Hattula in Finland over 50 years ago challenges the traditional beliefs about gender roles in the Iron Age and Early Medieval communities and reveals information about the gender expressions of the period. The grave also functions as a proof of how non-binary people could have been valued and respected members of their communities.
Genetic analysis suggests this person had Klinefelter and they were buried with male and female burial gifts.
Traditional indigenous terms