Bertram schofield and the Vinland map

@article{Schofield2001BertramSA,
  title={Bertram schofield and the Vinland map},
  author={P. Schofield},
  journal={Imago Mundi},
  year={2001},
  volume={53},
  pages={136 - 139}
}
EDITOR'S NOTE: The authenticity of the Vinland map, the discovery of which was announced in 1965, remains unproven. In 1998, Imago Mundi carried a Review Article in which Paul Saenger commented on the sequence of events surrounding the acquisition of a mid-fifteenth-century manuscript containing a text known as the 'Tartar Relation', an account of John de Plano Carpini's expedition to Mongolia in 1245-1247, and an hitherto unknown map of the world.1 Both text and map appeared in Geneva in 1957… Expand
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