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New York: Basic Books, 2002. Fagan’s well-known book has a lengthy introduction about the Medieval Warming Period and how it affected historical events around the year 1000. Fitzhugh, William W. and Elisabeth I. Ward. The North Atlantic Saga. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2000. The most useful and most recent source used. Includes two extensive articles by archaeologist Birgitta Wallace, discussions of the Vikings in general, archaeology in Iceland and Newfoundland, and translations of the Vinland sagas.
Vikings Raiders and Explorers. New York: Scholastic Press, 2005. Wheatley, Abigail, Struan Reid, John Woodcock, Ian McNee. The Usborne Introduction to Archaeology: Internet Linked. Tulsa, OK: EDC Publishing, 2005. html Learn about the Vikings, Vinland, L’ Anse aux Meadows, and other Viking mysteries. edu/vikings This site covers the Smithsonian exhibit that toured in the year 2000, the anniversary of the Vikings’ exploration and settlement in America. The site takes you from room to room of the exhibits and shows Viking artifacts.
Many were Sturdy Sod Structures Irish. Eventually a slave The longhouse buildings found at L’ Anse aux might earn enough Meadows were similar to those on Viking sites money to buy his or her freedom or to be given freedom in return in Iceland. They were intended to be permanent structures. Their thick walls were made of sod for special services. supported on the inside by lines of posts. The centers Not all slaves were of the walls were filled with gravel and sand. Roofs captives, however. had wooden frames covered with more sod.
American Archaeology Uncovers the Vikings by Lois Miner Huey