On Tue, 07 Nov 2006 16:45:50 GMT, "Alan Crozier"
><bogart.lloy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>Alan Crozier wrote:
>> "Inger E. Johansson" <inger_e.johansson@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > If you wonder why Greenland is located north of Scandinavia on the
>> > you better remember that in 11th century a Norwegian King followed
>> > ice north from Bergen until he reached Greenland.
>> > It's known that he had a carthographer on board. Anyhow please look
>> > the island left of Greenland,
>> > that's the island we today call Newfoundland but observe that the
>> > isn't Vinland.....
>> No, It's labelled Islanda. and it's obviously modern-day Iceland. The
>> shape and the position are quite accurate. Iceland has a similar shape
>> and location on maps by Clavus and Olaus Magnus. Note the place-name
>> Holensis, the episcopal see of Hólar.
>> > More about this will be found in my manuscript
>> And when can we read your manuscript?
>Alan, you seem to me to be saying *something* like:
>While these MAPS if correctly dated are of interest to
>many groups, the present information doesn't seem to
>present more than a possible assumption. Can't say
>that it's a hypothesis. It still lacks too much.
>As it is at present the information given seems more
>to belong to a discussiongroup related to MAPS, OR
>CONTRARIAN HISTORICAL CONJECTURE. With more
>facts it might be interesting, BUT WHEN ESTABLISHED
>FACTS ARE IGNORED AND MISINTERPRETED, ANY
>INTEREST QUICKLY EVAPORATES.
>Is that it, sort of? Or am I reading too much into it?
>Quite possibly the latter. And using way too many capitals ;-)
>(Where is Seppo, by the way?)
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