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An Inuit figure o from Baffin Island depicts a Viking, as does another six-hundred-year-old, wooden figure from northern Greenland. " The Norse presence in the Arctic and subArctic diminished with the onset of the last Little Ice Age around 12^0. The next few centuries saw temperatures dropping, ice moving farther south and winters becomingo harsher. The Inuit were also moving south and by 1200 had reached Disko. Viking and Inuit accounts both speak of clashes and bloodshed. Strife with skraeling (the Viking term for the Inuit) and with each other, doomed the western Norse settlements by 14^0.
Meanwhile, Frobisher, with a diminished, sickly crew barely able to work the ship, lured a man in his kayak close to the side of Gabriel with the promise of a bell. As the unsuspecting Inuk reached for the bell, Frobisher pulled him, kayak and all, onto the deck. With a captive as proof they had reached the Arctic, the English retreated. " One of these tokens was a heavy black rock, "much lyke to a "Frobisher's Straightes," as seen and mapped by the Elizabethans. Hakluyt Society The Strait ofAnian 2i Martin Frobisher Sea dog, adventurer and ance of Portugal's monoppirate, the stolid Martin oly there, occasionally, if Frobisher was a favourite of the complaints were true, his "Virgin Queen," engaging in piracy.
The Inuit kayaked out to the ships, and soon trade began while Davis's crew assembled Northstarre on the shore. Davis's delight in his new friends notwitho standing, tension developed. " After helping the English launch the pinnace, the Inuit invited Davis and his men to join in a ceremony by standing in the smoke of a smouldering fire. " The Inuit, amazed by the large amount of iron used by the English, began to take some of this most valuable of materials from their guests. Davis reported they were "marvellous theevish," taking a spear, a sword, a boat, oars, cloth and anchor cable "with divers other things," including an anchor.
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