Ancient strain of plague found in Sweden – and it could rewrite history

A group of researchers from Sweden, Denmark and France analyzed skeletons from a tomb outside Falköping and found DNA traces of yersinia petis, the bacteria that cause plague.

The remains belonged to farmers who lived in the area around 4900 years ago.

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