The Norse colonization of the Americas began as early as the 10th century AD,
when .... The sagas describe three separate areas discovered during this
exploration: .... the "Vinland map", ...
Here is a map of their voyages across the north Atlantic. ... Leif Erikson's site
Vinland was identified with a Viking settlement, discovered and excavated at L'
Apr 1, 2016 ... Viking settlement discovered on Point Rosee in southern ... mastery of the seas
allowed them to venture to North America (illustrated on the map) ... It is thought
the Vikings first discovered America by accident in the autumn of ...
Eyewitness account of the Viking's first exploration of North America.
The Vikings not only discovered North America, they also established at ... The
Vinland Map, dated at about 1450 (before Columbus set sail), shows part of
Jan 19, 2006 ... Simon Jenkins: A map supporting claims that the admiral Zheng He ... claim to
the first "discovery" of America since the Vikings remains strong.
Apr 1, 2016 ... A new discovery has revealed that the Vikings may have travelled hundreds of
miles further into North America than previously thought. ... show Dan Snow what
they've found White line 10 pixels Map showing location of Point ...
Sebastian Munster's map, published in 1540, the first to show America as a
continent. ... Just what is meant, then, by this Norse 'discovery' of North America?
Columbus didn't really discover America. The western Europeans simply hadn't
heard from the Russians, Chinese and Vikings that it was here. ... and theory on a
map discovered 30 years earlier in Taiwan by Baptist missionary Dr. Hendon M.
Mar 17, 2014 ... ... on a legendary voyage that some believe took him to North America. ... drawn
on their maps, a new theory arose that perhaps St. Brendan and his crew had ...
That all changed with the discovery of a Viking settlement on the ...