Viking Visitors to North America

Viking Visitors to North America

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Evidence of Viking presence in North America has challenged archaeologists and historians for years. Did the Vikings come to northern Canada nearly 1,000 years ago? Did they later migrate inland? This film explores the legends of the Viking visits to North America, which remain shrouded in mystery, but continue to be the subject of much debate.

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  • réalisateur
    Tony Ianzelo
    Anthony Kent
  • producteur
    John Spotton
  • producteur exécutif
    Barrie Howells
  • commentaire
    Barry Cowling
  • photographie
    Tony Ianzelo
  • son
    Jean-Guy Normandin
  • montage
    Marion Meadows
  • montage sonore
    Donald Douglas
  • musique
    Donald Douglas
  • ré-enregistrement
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
  • narrateur
    Lynne Henderson

  • MyronDavid

    SYNOPSIS should be: Evidence of Viking presence in North America has challenged archaeologists and historians for years. The Vikings came to northern Canada nearly 1,000 years ago. They rowed into Hudson Bay to follow the Viking Waterway. The Viking Waterway was the water route from Hudson Bay to the Gulf of Mexico. Wynland of West was the northern terminal of the Viking Waterway passage over the Horst (table land of western Minnesota.) Wynland of West was located at Ulen Minnesota. This film explores the Viking visits to North America, which are recorded in the oldest American History, the Maalan Aarum. The first 38 stanzas of the Maalan Aarum are Online as LENAPE LAND, which is formatted for mobile devices.

    MyronDavid, 6 Jui 2013