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They do grow in the Saint Lawrence River valley and in New Brunswick, both south of Newfoundland, where wild grapes also are Coiled spruce root, used as rope, found at the site found. The presence of butternuts at the What Archaeologists RunningFound foot here Out 47 A butternut found at the site site shows that the people who lived at L’ Anse aux Meadows had traveled south to other parts of North America and had picked up objects to bring back. Vinland, then, is not the name of the L’ Anse aux Meadows settlement but of the entire area in North America explored by the Vikings.
Probably slaves collected bog ore and dug the pit where charcoal was made. Both tasks must have been done during good weather. Thus, most of the slaves probably stayed at the settlement during summer and early fall. The L’ Anse aux Meadows Site 37 e W h o We r ? es t h e Sl av The smelting of iron in the furnace, however, probably happened during chilly weather because a building had been erected above the furnace During the time of to protect it. Expert craftsmen probably did the Vikings, it was the smelting.
All of this indicates a short-term occupation of only a few years. The Vikings who came here were part of a wide-ranging movement to explore and to collect resources from all over the world. The furs, grapes, lumber, and nuts found here were not profitable enough. The Vikings probably considered colonizing the rich meadows they found What Archaeologists Found Out 51 farther south, but problems with Skraelings made them rethink the idea. The Vikings withdrew from L’ Anse aux Meadows and the area they called Vinland to return to Iceland and Greenland, thus leaving the area open for the new European explorers who would follow hundreds of years later.
American Archaeology Uncovers the Vikings by Lois Miner Huey