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Snæbjörn galti

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Summer in the Greenland coast c. 1000 by Carl Rasmussen
Summer in the Greenland coast c. 1000
by Carl Rasmussen

Snæbjörn galti Hólmsteinsson (c. 910– c. 978) was the first Norseman to intentionally navigate to Greenland, doing so in 978 CE.[1][2]

His voyage followed the accidental discovery of lands west of Iceland by Gunnbjörn Ulfsson, probably in the early 10th century. According to records from the time, Galte led the first attempt to colonize the eastern coast of Greenland. However his effort ended with disaster and he was killed in internal strife. There had been a saga about the voyage of Snæbjörn, but it has been lost over time.[3]

Erik the Red would become the first permanent European settler. In 982 Erik the Red arrived from Iceland. According to the Saga of Erik the Red, he spent his three years exploring the west coast of Greenland. Apparently he planned his journey much better and probably was luckier with the weather as well as maintaining better control of his crew.[4][5]

References

  1. ^ Google Books - Grönlands historiske mindesmærker, Volume 3, p. 74
  2. ^ "Greenland History". Iceland Complete Travel Guide. Retrieved January 15, 2016.
  3. ^ History of Medieval Greenland
  4. ^ The Saga of Erik the Red  (translated into  English, J. Sephton, 1880)
  5. ^ "Norðmenn draga í efa íslenzkt þjóðerni Eiríks rauða og Leifs heppna". Árvakur hf. 14 November 1998. Retrieved January 15, 2016.
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