3 edition of Inger! A Modern-Day Viking Discovers America found in the catalog.
April 1, 2006
by ScanAm Communications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
New North America Viking Voyage Discovered. Some 1, years ago, the Vikings set off on a voyage to Notre Dame Bay in modern-day Newfoundland, Canada, new evidence suggests. Researchers have found conclusive evidence that ancient Vikings arrived in America years before Columbus, effectively rewriting our history books. It seems that researchers have discovered yet another crucial piece of evidence which points towards the fact that Ancient Vikings traveled to the ‘New World’ years before Christopher Columbus, proving that history, as we.
Satellite technology has picked up on a possible new Norse settlement in North America, according to archaeologists. The Vikings were indeed fearsome warriors, intrepid explorers, proud pagans, and far-traveling merchants. During the Viking Age (roughly AD), these Scandinavians could be found across most of the known world, from the Middle East to the shores of northeastern North America, which they discovered years before Christopher Columbus.
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Inger. A Modern-Day Viking Discovers America Hardcover – April 1, by James N. Sites (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $Author: James N. Sites. Inger. (full title, Inger!A Modern-Day Viking Discovers America), is a novel by American writer James Sites.
It was released in by the Jesse Stuart Foundation. Plot. The story is a first-person account of the life of a writer, Sites, and his wife Inger, the heroine of this book.
I recently received a book written by a friend and colleague of my father titled Inger: A Modern-Day Viking Discovers America (published by Scan-Am Communications, PO. The reference to a “modern-day Viking” in the book’s title tells who Inger was in that sense.
But Inger also wanted to know who she was in her adopted land. INGER. A Modern-Day Viking Discovers America by James N. Sites Inger Krogh was one of Norway's first post-World War II foreign exchange students, and her venture west is, in a way, a forerunner of Kalamazoo College's venture east.
How fitting it was that this Norwegian pioneer chose "K" as her college inmore than a decade before the College's splash into study abroad, which celebrated.
There, at L’Anse aux Meadows, they discovered the remains of a Viking encampment that they were able to date to the year These dramatic archaeological discoveries proved not only that the Vikings had indeed explored America some years before Columbus’s arrival but also that they had traveled farther south to areas where grapes.
Native Americans got their first look at what trouble was going to look like when Vikings showed up in North America. All Vikings were Norsemen, but not all Norsemen were Vikings. Viking meant to go raiding, pirating, or exploring.
Although some of the Scandinavians of 1, years ago surely did all these things, most of [ ]. The raiding Viking doesn’t exist anymore. So is it possible to be a modern day Viking. Opinions differ of course. In the end it all comes down to whether or not you're stuck in the past, and what you choose to identify with.
In our book it is vital for a culture to adapt, develop and find a contemporary footing - or it. When Columbus claimed to have discovered America inand the Borgia Pope claimed it as a New World for Catholic Spain, the Vatican started a hundred year conspiracy to conceal the true story of Viking America.
In this groundbreaking new work by the author of "The Early English Settlement of Orkney and Shetland", the true extent of the Reviews: Cerro Corá national park in modern day Paraguay, the site where the Danish Vikings in South America were once believed to hold a settlement.
(Christian Frausto Bernal / CC BY-SA ) The low mountain Itaguambype lies on a north-south axis. It is two kilometers ( mi) in length and one hundred meters ( ft) high. “For example, Vikings are believed to have discovered America, well before Columbus did. So that becomes part of the plot in one of the books, where Hiccup travels to America.”.
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Modern Viking is a practical, no-nonsense self improvement book for men who want to become better s: I recently received a book written by a friend and colleague of my father titled Inger: A Modern-Day Viking Discovers America (published by Scan-Am Communications, PO.: Ich empfing vor kurzem ein Buch, das von einem Freund geschrieben wurde und Kollege meines Vaters betitelte Inger: Ein Modern-Tag Viking entdeckt Amerika (vorbei veröffentlicht Ablichten-Sind Kommunikationen, PO.
Half a millennium before Columbus “discovered” America, those Viking feet may have been the first European ones to ever have touched North American soil. As a modern-day Viking, we think that you should be hitting the gym and hitting the books in order to be prepared yourself to face any and all of life’s challenges.
Behave like a Viking. As well as thinking like our Viking ancestors on an intellectual level, a modern-day Viking needs to behave like a Viking. Travel like a Viking. Modern-Day Vikings provides a window into what one world traveler called the most American of European countries:surface similarities between the two nations conceal essential differences.
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Viking, member of the Scandinavian seafaring warriors who raided and colonized wide areas of Europe from the 9th to the 11th century. Made up of landowning chieftains and clan heads, their retainers, freemen, and others, these Scandinavians were independent farmers at.
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