A This is where the English have
come and has a name for barrenness, either from sun or cold.
B This is near where Vineland lies, which from its abundance of useful
things, or from the land’s fruitfulness, is called Good. Our
countrymen have thought that to the south it ends with the wild sea
and that a sound or fjord separates it from America.
C This land is called Rüseland or land of the giants, as they have
horns and are called Skrickfinna (Finns that frighten).
D This is more to the east, and the people are called Klofinna (Finns
with claws) on account of their large nails.
E This is Jotunheimer, or the home of the misshapen giants.
F Here is thought to be a fjord, or sound, leading to Russia.
G A rocky land often referred to in histories.
H What island that is I do not know, unless it be the island that a
Venetian found, and the Germans call Friesland.