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The findings, the earliest such evidence of Viking travels to North America, provides important context into the history of North America and European travels to the continent. One Danish archeologist called their findings 'incredible.'

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This explains why some northern Europeans have Native American dna and viceversa. Also some Native American tribes had European traits. This was recorded by the Spaniards and French when they arrived in North America. Columbus welcomed them with a Big Mac dinner, yes?

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Viking Artifacts Give Precise Date for Europeans’ Earliest Presence in North AmericaA new analysis of ancient wooden artifacts shows that Viking voyagers had crossed the Atlantic Ocean and were living in Newfoundland as far back as 1021. They prob walked over before land sank cuz of climate change Yeah, theirs like a dozen books on it. A few of which are on my bookshelf. Wikingowie to był niezwykły naród. Dla nich nie było niemożliwego. Ciekawe odkrycie.

Vikings were in North America in 1021, well before Columbus, researchers sayVikings from Greenland — the first Europeans to arrive in the Americas — lived in a village in Canada’s Newfoundland exactly 1,000 years ago, according to new research. Mansa musa brother came from Africa to the new world hergreeneyes your 'nordic look' maybe comes from this genetical heritage? 😉 Wow! Right when they said they did!

In tree rings and radioactive carbon, signs of the Vikings in North AmericaVikings from Greenland — the first Europeans to arrive in the Americas — lived in a village in Canada’s Newfoundland exactly 1,000 years ago, according to new research.

Vikings were in North America in 1021, well before Columbus, researchers sayVikings from Greenland — the first Europeans to arrive in the Americas — lived in a village in Canada’s Newfoundland exactly 1,000 years ago, according to research published Wednesday. Exactly 1,000 years ago.. 1021 AD. Columbus landed in the Caribbean and did not travel north

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