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Historical Blindness

West of Vinland: The Controversy of the Kensington Runestone

Historical Blindness
Historical Blindness
In this episode I finally take on the topic of Pre-Columbian Norse contact with North America and the controversial runestone discovered in Minnesota in 1898 that is touted as evidence that Scandinavians reached much further inland than we otherwise have evidence to prove.
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Some music on this episode was licensed under a Blue Dot Sessions blanket license at the time of this episodes publication. Tracks include "Black Ballots," "Brer Krille," "Borough," "The Gran Dias," "Winter in Black," "Invernen," "Palms Down" and "Curio." 
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