The Beardmore Relics with Douglas Hunter – Archaeological Fantasies Episode 100

 

Today we talk with Douglas Hunter about his new book Beardmore: The Viking Hoax that Rewrote History.  We talk about what the interesting history of the Beardmore relics, how they affected Canadian history, and what lessons we can learn from the hubris of our past.

Show notes:

Douglass Hunter Website

Beardmore: The Viking Hoax that Rewrote History

The Beardmore Relics

The Kensington Runestone

Kensington Runestone Podcast Episode

Archaeological Fantasies: Where the Vikings Weren’t


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  1. Just listening to the episode. I had never heard about this incident before. One minor note: how to pronounce the name of the collector for the Royal Ontario Museum: Charles Trick Currelly; his surname is pronounced “curly”.
    His autobiography, “I Brought the Ages Home”, is a fascinating read.

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