Part of that lies in the paucity of documentation of what the Vikings actually did during their raids.
Moreover, the long moratorium has resulted in a paucity of qualified experts to research firearm injuries.
A former studio chief agrees that the paucity of stars under 30 is a serious problem for the studios.
an insufficiency; dearth
Latin paucus 'little'
late 14c., from Old French paucité (14c.) and directly from Latin paucitatem (nominative paucitas) "fewness, scarcity, a small number," from paucus "few, little," from PIE *pau-ko-, from root *pau- (1) "few, little" (cf. Latin paullus "little;" Old English feawe "few;" see few (adj.)).