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Helge Marcus Ingstad (1899–2001) Norwegian explorer. After mapping some Norse settlements, Ingstad his wife Anne Stine, an archaeologist, in 1960 found remnants of a Viking settlement in L'Anse aux Meadows in the Province of Newfoundland in Canada. With that they were the first to prove conclusively that the Greenlandic Norsemen had found a way across the Atlantic Ocean to North America, roughly 500 years before Christopher Columbus John Cabot.

Helge Marcus Ingstad (1899–2001) Norwegian explorer. After mapping some Norse settlements, Ingstad his wife Anne Stine, an archaeologist, in 1960 found remnants of a Viking settlement in L'Anse aux Meadows in the Province of Newfoundland in Canada. With that they were the first to prove conclusively that the Greenlandic Norsemen had found a way across the Atlantic Ocean to North America, roughly 500 years before Christopher Columbus John Cabot.

1913 explorer Roald Amundsen

1913 explorer Roald Amundsen

Roald Amundsen

Roald Amundsen

Roald Amundsen

Roald Amundsen

South Pole party aboard the Fram

South Pole party aboard the Fram

Captain Robert Falcon Scott - Naval officer and polar explorer, arguably the most pioneering British explorer of The Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration.

Captain Robert Falcon Scott - Naval officer and polar explorer, arguably the most pioneering British explorer of The Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration.

"Capt. Roald Amundsen at wheel leaving home for North Pole" #Explorer

"Capt. Roald Amundsen at wheel leaving home for North Pole" #Explorer

Thor Heyerdahl sailed into history in 1947 when he crossed the Pacific from Peru to Polynesia on a balsa wood raft. He also sailed into an academic storm: he was trying to prove that the Pacific had been settled by Polynesian navigators travelling from east to west, rather than the other way. He set off on the Kon-Tiki expedition - the title of his book which sold 20 million copies in 67 languages - simply to prove that it could be done.

Thor Heyerdahl sailed into history in 1947 when he crossed the Pacific from Peru to Polynesia on a balsa wood raft. He also sailed into an academic storm: he was trying to prove that the Pacific had been settled by Polynesian navigators travelling from east to west, rather than the other way. He set off on the Kon-Tiki expedition - the title of his book which sold 20 million copies in 67 languages - simply to prove that it could be done.

Thor Heyerdahl

Thor Heyerdahl

Thor Heyerdahl "Digging" at Easter Island

Thor Heyerdahl "Digging" at Easter Island