Edition: May 2003 - Vol 11 Number 05
Each issue, Repertoire asks a “$128 Question.” We’ll award $128 to the first reader who contacts us with a correct answer.
In April we asked: Who was the first European explorer to set foot in the New World, several hundred years before Christopher Columbus?
Answer: Eric the Red (who lived from about 950-1001), a Norwegian explorer, was the first European to explore Greenland and to found a colony there. His second son, Leif Eriksson, is believed to be the first European to have reached America.
THIS MONTH’S QUESTION:
What is the human body’s largest organ?
Send your reply to Beth Blaney.
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