Friday, August 5, 2016

WEEK 13, Part B, BEARDMORE



Most, but not all, 
survived a boat wreck
on the rocks.
A wreck of a big boat, with fourteen, or more, men at the oars and twenty to fifty people crammed into the space at the bow, would have been equivalent to a very bad landing of a modern jet plane.

There were no TV cameras, but there might have been some residual evidence of the boat wreck on the rocks.

In fact there was.  You may read my comments about the boat wreck and click on “BEARDMORE.”

Or you can go to LENAPE LEARNING (INDEX) and ToC “BEARDMORE under ARTIFACTS > EVIDENCE.


What items of Paul Knudson are still on display in a museum in Canada?

The best guess is that the boat wreak happened between 1352 and 1358.  Assume the year was 1352, how many years was the boat wreck BEFORE Columbus "sailed the ocean blue?"

Most school kids know about the Knights of the Round Table. 
Why do most school kids NOT know about the death of a Norwegian Prince, who gave his life to save four thousand Christians?

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