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   answer to kenney former Re: Spirit Pond, Maine

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From: I E Johansson (ingerxjohanssonx_at_telia.com)
Date: 09/28/04

Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 03:28:00 GMT



kenney,
now you are lying. Had you checked you would have found my ref to be all but
vague.
Here is examples from different threads in soc.history.medieval as well as
in sci.archaeology selected by a randomly chosen second part of a month last
year:
 1)
Sat, 16 Aug 2003 00:39:22 GMT
Ivar Bardson − part 3 −OBS very long
"Prime Sources:
Adam of Bremen, Gesta Hammaburgensis Ecclesiae Pontificum, book 4, Chapter
37−39

Bull of Pope Anastasius IV

Diplomatarium Danicum, serie 1, II, no 1

Diplomatarium Norwegicum bind 1 nr 66 and 67.
Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 1 nr 71
Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 4 nr 128
Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 6 nr 36
Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 7 nr 103
Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 9 nr 84
Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 10 nr 9

Icelandic Annals 1342 written down in 1637 by Bishop Gisle Odds

Ivar Bardarson, Det gamle Grønlands beskrivelse af Ívar Bárðarson (Ivar
Bårdssön), ed. Finnur Jónsson (København, 1930).

Nicholars of Thingeyres documents to the Papal See

Ordericus Vitalis, Historiske besetninger om Normanner og Angelsaxere fra
Orderik Vitals kirkehistorie I−III. Edited in 1889

Works:
Arneborg J, Norbverne i Grönland 1988



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                   sci.archaeology: answer to kenney former Re: Spirit Pond, Maine

Jansen Henrik M,A critical account of the written and archaeological
sources' evidence concerning the Norse settlements in Greenland, Meddelelser
om Grönland 182:4, 1972

Mason Ronaldy, Great Lakes Archaeology, NY 1981

McGovern Thomas H., Bones, Building and Boundaries: Palaeoeconomic
Approaches to Norse Greenland

Rousell A, Farms and churches in the Medieval Norse settlement of Greenland,
Meddelelser of Grönland 86(1).

The Roman Church in Norse Greenland, editor G F Bigelow, "The Norse of the
North Atlantic, Acta Archaeologica 61(1991) page 142−150 Köpenhamn

2)Tue, 19 Aug 2003 06:01:55 GMT
Nicholas of Thingeyre
"Baumgartner Alexander, Island und die Faröer, Freiburg im Breisgau, 1889

Rafn, "Grönl. hist. Mindesm.," Ill. 218,

Storm Gustav, Studier over Vinlandsreiserne, Vinlands geografi og
ethnografi, Kjöbenhavn 1888

Welauff Eric Christian, Symbolas ad geographiam medii ævi ex monumentis
Islandicis edendo prolusit Ericus Christianus Werlauff, Hauniæ 1821

Winsor Justin, Christopher Columbus, and how he received and imparted the
spirit of discovery, London 1890"

3) Sat, 23 Aug 2003 00:00:52 GMT
Ivar Bardson − Part 4 − Analyse of a text − OBS LONG
"AM 777 a4to " [obs inside text]

"Pope Clemens VI letter of18th March 1344" Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 6
nr 171, after original reg. in Reg. suppl. Clem. VI. an. II. p. 2. fol. 161
vs.
[obs inside text]

"Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 21 nr 83" [obs inside text]
"Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 2 nr 295" [obs inside text]
"Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 12 nr 98." [obs inside text]
in ref.list in the end of the article:
"AM 777 a 4to (Ívar Bárðarson's description of Greenland in an old
document)

Diplomatarium Norwegicum bind 1. Nr 66 and 67. Original regest in Vatican
Archieve (Nic.III An.II. ep.39).

Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 1 nr 71 Original regest i Vatican Archieve
(Mart.IV. ann. I. ep. 119.)

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                    sci.archaeology: answer to kenney former Re: Spirit Pond, Maine

Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 2 nr 295

Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 5 nr 152.

Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 5 nr 183

Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 6 nr 36 efter Origin regest in the Vatican
Archieve (Johann. XXI. an. I. fol. 23. ep. 93).

Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 6 nr 171, after original reg. in Reg. suppl.
Clem. VI. an. II. p. 2. fol. 161 vs

Diplomatarium Norwegicum band 6 nr 187

Diplomatarium Norvegicum, bind 10, no 9 edited in Grönlands hist.
Mindesmærker, III S. 96

Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 12 nr 98

Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 21 nr 66

Diplomatarium Norvegicum band 21 nr 69

Diplomatarium Norvegicum bind 21 nr 83. Edited in Grønlands Historiske
Mindesmærker III page 121−122.

Isländska annaler, där Biskop Isle Odds år 1637 ref. till äldre källa för år
1342.

Ivar Bárðarson, Det gamle Grønlands beskrivelse af Ívar Bárðarson (Ivar
Bårdssön), ed. Finnur Jónsson, København, 1930

works:
Arneborg J, Norbverne i Grönland 1988

Jansen Henrik M,A critical account of the written and archaeological
sources' evidence concerning the Norse settlements in Greenland, Meddelelser
om Grönland 182:4, 1972

Rousell A, Farms and churches in the Medieval Norse settlement of Greenland,
Meddelelser of Grönland 86(1).

The Norse of the North Atlantic, Acta Archaeologica 61(1991) page 142−150
Köpenhamn

The Roman Church in Norse Greenland, editor G F Bigelow"

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these type of examples can be found for every single month I have
participated in sci.archaeology and soc.history.medieval. You kenney have
been proven a liar.

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                   sci.archaeology: answer to kenney former Re: Spirit Pond, Maine
Had you read the referense list; Prime Sources as well as articles and
works; then you also would have known that I have proven(!) the longitude
and latitude question you keep asking about. When I first wrote about that,
well back in 1997..... So stop lying and start reading!

Inger E

<kenney@cix.compulink.co.uk> skrev i meddelandet
news:cja8oa$dc3$1@thorium.cix.co.uk...
> In article <mQO5d.4282$d5.33470@newsb.telia.net>,
> ingerxjohanssonx@telia.com (I E Johansson) wrote:
>
> > Yes most were and almost all have been presented with titles here
> > in group over the years
>
> Judging by experience of your posting in soc.history.medieval, all
> the references you post would have been vague, probably irrelevant and
> almost certainly unobtainable. I work for a living, I certainly do not
> have time to read a whole book just to find a reference that is
> probably not in it, that is, unless it is on a subject I am interested
> in.
>
> Now Inger, what are the definitions of latitude and longitude? All
> you have to do is look them up in a good dictionary, like the one you
> claim to keep by your computer.
>
> Ken Young
> kenney@cix.co.uk
> Maternity is a matter of fact
> Paternity is a matter of opinion




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