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The Wineland voyages.

by John Reed Swanton

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • America
    • Subjects:
    • America -- Discovery and exploration -- Norse.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections,, v. 107, no. 12
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE105 .S9
      The Physical Object
      Pagination81 p.
      Number of Pages81
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6029311M
      LC Control Number48005081
      OCLC/WorldCa2962074

      Wineland Voyages: Location of Helluland, Markland & Vinland Paperback – Jan. 1 by W. A. Munn (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, Jan. 1 "Please retry" — — — Paperback — Author: W. A. Munn. The east: Hrafnkels saga, Helganna saga (The story of the two Helges), The murder of Westan, The slaying of Thorgrim, The tale of Gunnere Thidrand's Bane, The tale of Thorstan Staff-smitten, The tale of Thorstan Oxfoot -- Book 5. Explorers: Discovery of Wineland: The Wineland voyages, or The story of Eric the Red, The story of Thorfinn.

      Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haugen, Einar Ingvald, Voyages to Vinland. New York, A.A. Knopf, (OCoLC) Document Type. Knowledge of the Wineland voyages is derived from two main sources: the Saga of Eric the Red (or of Thorfinn Karlsefni) in the so-called " Hauk's Book," and the " Tale of the Greenland-ers," in the " Flatey Book." The former acknowledges only two voyages which actually reached Wineland: that of .

        Vinland is what the medieval Norse Sagas called the decade-long Viking settlement in North America, the first European attempt at establishing a trading base in North America. The recognition of the archaeological reality of Viking landings in Canada is largely responsible due to the efforts of two fanatical archaeologists: Helge and Anne Stine Insgtad.   Beginning of the Wineland Voyages. Karlsefni Explores the Coast South of Vinland. The First Settlement in America. How a Woman Vanquished the Natives. Thorvald Killed by the Skrellings. Ireland the Great, or White Man’s Land. Birth of the First White Child in America. CHAPTER III. Wineland History of the Flatey Book. History of the Flatey.


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Book is the best history of Iceland, written by the priests, and mention is made of all the voyages made to Wineland, and therefore you must follow it for a continued story. Haukbok is a family tradition written by Hauk, who was a descendant of Thorfinn Karlsefni.

He mentions Liefs and. The Wineland Voyages [Swanton, John R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Wineland Voyages3/5(1). Wineland Voyages: location of Helluland, Markland & Vinland.

The Porcupine Strand continues along this coast for about twenty miles, and there is no other The Wineland voyages.

book of such a length on the Labrador coast. It is composed of hard grit sand, fit for the old-fashioned hour-glass. Cape Porcupine is prominent, and well wooded on its eastern end.

The Wineland voyages. (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. The Wineland Voyages By John R. Swanton. (Smithsonian Miscsllaneous Collections, Vol.

No. Publication ) dismissed the reports in the saga of Eric the Red and the Flatey book Cited by: 2. Get Download Wineland Voyages: Location of Helluland Markland & Vinland Ebook Free Popular Best Download Wineland Voyages: Location of Helluland Markland & Vinland Ebook Free E-Books.

The Wineland voyages. book The main sources of information about the Norse voyages to Vinland are two Icelandic sagas, the Saga of Eric the Red and the Saga of the Greenlanders, which are known collectively as the Vinland Sagas. These stories were preserved by oral tradition until they were written down some years after the events they describe.

Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. the wineland history of the flatey book THE Flatey Book [Flateyjarbok] is the most extensive and most perfect of Icelandic manuscripts. It is in itself a comprehensive historical library of the era with which it deals, and so considerable are its contents that they fill upwards of large octavo pages of.

Munn, W.A. Wineland Voyages: Location of Helluland, Markland and Vinland. John’s, (3 editions). Neukomm, Edmond. Tamers of the Sea: the Northmen in America from the Tenth to the Fifteenth Century.

London Oleson, Tryggvi J. Early Voyages and Northern Approaches, Toronto It is somewhat in- definite, particularly as to the location of Keelness. It is certain, however, that they sailed a long time with land on the starboard, also that the shore line was long and sandy.

^2 Professor Halldor Hermannsson pointed this out in an article entitled "The Wineland Voyages," Geogr. Rev., Vol. 17,pp.

Inspired by a pamphlet written by Munn, an American army corps engineer searched an area about 25 km southwest of L’Anse aux Meadows for evidence of the Norse inand in the Danish archaeologist Jørgen Meldgaard conducted excavations in the same area.

Wineland Voyages Location of Helluland, Markland & Vinland By W. Munn. Reprint of 6th edition of Wineland Voyages with added preface by Michael Harrington. In W. Munn, of Harbour Grace, Newfoundland published a booklet in which he predicted L'Anse aux Meadows as a.

Wineland Voyages: Location of Helluland, Markland & Vinland Paperback – January 1, by W.A. Munn (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" Author: W.A. Munn. Searching collections: Centre for Newfoundland Studies - Digitized Books 2; Add or remove collections Home NL Books(2) - General Cover NL Books(2) - General Cover.

Other noted artifacts include the Sons of England Benefit (Benevolent) Society ceremonial altar and certificate of initiation; the medals of Harbour Grace WWII aviator Lal Parsons, who memorably flew through the spires of Immaculate Conception Cathedral; Wineland Voyages by William Azariah Munn, the first book to posit the Vineland theory; and.

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Notes: A very nice copy. Stapled Binding. We have more books available by this author. A history of Wineland [Vinland] voyages. Vinland, Vineland[1][2] or Winland[3] (Old Norse: V. Publisher: The Smithsonian Institution.).Seller Rating: % positive.

American Historical Documents, – The Harvard Classics. – The Voyages to Vinland (c. )[The following account of the discovery of North America by Leif Ericsson is contained in the “Saga of Eric the Red”; and the present translation is that made by A.

Reeves from the version of the Saga in the Flateyar-bok, compiled by Jon Thordharson about William Hovgaard in The Voyages of the Norsemen to America () takes into account the tales in the Greenland Saga.

According to William Stetson Merrill, Hovgaard places Karlsefni's first winter at Sandwich Bay, Labrador. It is not made explicit whether this refers to Straumsfjord. Beginning of the Wineland Voyages: Karlsefni Explores the Coast South of Vinland: The First Settlement in America: How a Woman Vanquished the Natives: Thorvald Killed by the Skrellings: Ireland the Great, or White Man's Land: Birth of the First White Child in America: CHAPTER III.

Wineland History of the Flatey Book.In another version of the story, interpolated in the "Saga of Olaf Tryggvason" in the Flateyjarbok, Leif completed his mission to Greenland, set out from there c on a voyage to western lands, discovered several places, and settled for a winter in Vinland.

This account is much more detailed, but the account in the "Saga of Eric the Red" is.This first book of The Wineland Sagas by Milton Franson is a very interesting look at what the "true" discovery of the New World, at least by Europeans, might have been like.4/5(1).