The weird-but-true documentary is now available as a six-part YouTube playlist
Or if you prefer, the six parts are:
Bonus! Information on the near-forgotten involvement of Prof. Eva Taylor as a "devil's advocate", and on the 1966 Sunday Times Insight Team investigation.
You're a bit late to collect the Clues on Twitter: @Vinlandmapinfo
And here are some of the visual clues: a b c d e f g
Some of my early Vinland Map material, from 2003-4, is still available online, including the free pdf version of my short 2004 book about the Map, and some of the original research for its compilation, including experiments with obliquely projected images of the 1436 Andrea Bianco map.
There isn't really much more to be said about the Vinland Map, but I remain interested in misinformation. I have now compiled a resource about a well-known example of misinformation by omission: famines in India before the British began to govern substantial parts of the sub-continent.