3 edition of The finding of Wineland the Good found in the catalog.
The finding of Wineland the Good
Arthur Middleton Reeves
Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 15191)
|Other titles||Þorfinns saga Karlsefnis ok Snorra Þorbrandssonar, Eiríks þáttr Rauða, Grœnlendinga þáttr|
|Statement||ed. and tr. from the earliest records by Arthur Middleton Reeves.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 15191.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 205 p.|
|Number of Pages||205|
Arthur Middleton Reeves ( - ). Arthur Middleton Reeves was a scholar of Icelandic literature. His first book, "The Finding of Wineland the Good," discussed the Icelandic discovery of North America based upon his translations of old Norse sagas. Reeves, Finding of Wineland the Good: the History of the Icelandic Discovery of America (London, ); in this work the original authorities are given in full, with photographic facsimiles, English translations and adequate commentary; Rafn's Antiquitates Americanae (Copenhagen, ) contains all the sources, but the editor's personal views have in many cases failed to .
LEIF ERICSSON [LEIFR EIRIKSSON] (fl. ), Scandinavian explorer, of Icelandic family, the first known European discoverer of "Vinland," "Vineland" or "Wineland, the Good," in North America. He was a son of Eric the Red (Eirikr hinn raudi Thorvaldsson), the founder of the earliest Scandinavian settlements - from Iceland - in Greenland (). Sign and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. Tony Wineland DAHINDA -- Tony Lee Wineland, 74, of Dahinda, IL, passed away on Wednesday, Ap , at .
"The Wineland History of the Flatey Book". The Finding of Wineland the Good: The History of the Icelandic Discovery of America. Oxford University Press. pp. 53– Archived from the original on "Þáttr Eiríks rauða", pp. – "Grænlendinga Þáttr, pp. – (Texts and photographic prints of MS.). 1 The Finding of Wineland the Good. London. ] Andrews,— "Plants of Wineland the Good" 29 death not long after the publication of his book. The book is of value as furnishing a phototypic reproduction of the saga-texts forming the most extensive sources of information as to the Norse voyages to.
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Summary: The Finding Of Wineland The Good, The History of the Icelandic Discovery of America, edited and translated from the earliest records.
This work brings together for the first time the interpretation of the best authorities respecting the evidences, historical, archaeologic, inscriptive, and deductive, of Norse discovery, occupation, and colonization of America five centuries.
The finding of Wineland the Good: the history of the Icelandic discovery of America by Reeves, Arthur Middleton, Publication date Topics Manuscripts, Icelandic, America -- Discovery and exploration Norse Publisher London: H.
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Price New from Used from Kindle Cited by: 3. Page 68 - Leifs-booths in the autumn. The following summer Thorvald set out toward the east with the ship, and along the northern coast. They were met by a high wind off a certain promontory, and were driven ashore there, and damaged the keel of their ship, and were compelled to remain there for a long time and repair the injury to their vessel.
Excerpt from The Finding of Wineland the Good: The History of the Icelandic Discovery of America; Edited and Translated From the Earliest Records A chapter title in the Codex Frisianus, Pundit vinland go'oa' [wineland the Good found], which has been reproduced in enlarged facsimile on the cover, has suggested the title for this by: 3.
The finding of Wineland the Good: the history of the Icelandic discovery of America. [Arthur Middleton Reeves] The saga of Eric the Red -- The Wineland history of the Flatey book -- 3.
Wineland in the Icelandic annals -- Notices of doubtful value; fictions -. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reeves, Arthur Middleton, Finding of Wineland the Good.
New York, B. Franklin, [?] (OCoLC) The finding of Wineland the good: history of the Icelandic discovery of America discovery doegr eigi Einar EirIkr eptir Eric the Red Eric’s Ericsﬁrth explorers Eyrbyggja Saga father féru ﬁnd ﬁrst Flatey Book FLATEYJARBOK Freydis gekk Gizur Greenland Grettis Saga Groenlandi Gudrid hafdi hana harm Hauk’s Book heﬁr heim.
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and tr. Arthur Middleton Reeves, fl. the Red Eric and Vineland is downplayed by Pynchon fans and completely ignored by curious newbies, who tend to pass over it in favour either of the big-game status of one of his doorstop meganovels, or of the appealing slenderness of The Crying of Lot Shame.
All his gifts and his mysteries are on display here, wrapped up in one of his most enjoyable, inexplicable, and lushly all-enveloping /5. Wineland Voyages Location of Helluland, Markland and Vinland. by W.A. Munn. John's, Newfoundland. Where Was Wineland the Good. This has been a source of mystery for a very long time, and coming as it does into the very earliest history of the American continent, there have been numerous books written upon it in America, also in England, Germany, France.
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"Wineland the Good." by Jennie Hall () From: Viking Tales () by Jennie Hall () New York: Rand, McNally & Co., Wineland the Good. ON an autumn, a year or two after Leif came home, Eric and his men saw two large ships come to land not far down the shore from the house.
The Finding of Wineland, the Good: The History of the Icelandic Discovery of America. Ignoring the conflicts among the three manuscripts, I have granted Nickerson his story and refer the interested reader to Gray's : $.
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