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The new radiocarbon dates can now place this burial into the time period of 872-885 A. Cat Jarman added: "The date of the Repton charnel bones is important because we know very little about the first Viking raiders that went on to become part of considerable Scandinavian settlement of England.It seemed to contain a mix of bones of different ages, meaning that they could not all have been from the Viking Age.Now, new dating proves that they are all consistent with a single date in the 9th century and therefore with the Viking Great Army."Although these new radiocarbon dates don't prove that these were Viking army members it now seems very likely.It also shows how new techniques can be used to reassess and finally solve centuries old mysteries." This document is subject to copyright.