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Em nome de Deus : the journal of the first voyage of Vasco Da Gama to India, 1497-1499

Autore: Vasco da Gama; Glenn Joseph Ames
Editore: Boston : Brill, 2009
Serie: European expansion and indigenous response, 4
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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The voyage of Vasco da Gama to India (1497-1499) was one of the seminal events of the Renaissance period. An anonymous Journal kept by a member of his fleet has long served as the main documentary source for accounts of this voyage. Strangely, there has only been one English translation of this important document, published more than a century ago. This book provides a new, updated English translation of the Journal  Per saperne di più…
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Persona incaricata: Vasco da Gama
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Vasco da Gama; Glenn Joseph Ames
ISBN: 9789004176430 9004176438
Numero OCLC: 488590271
Descrizione: xiii, 182 s. : ill.
Contenuti: Preface Introduction Background to Voyage Vasco da Gama Command of the 1497 Fleet The Fleet and its Preparations The Manuscript Debate on Authorship Significance Ravenstein's First English Edition Da Gama's Departure The Voyage The Atlantic: Lisbon to the Cape of Good Hope From Santiago to the Bay of Saint Helena The African Coast Doubling the Cape of Good Hope The Bay of Sao Bras From Sao Bras to Malindi Natal and the Land of Boa Gente Rio dos Bons Sinais Mozambique The Shoals of Sao Rafael Mombasa Malindi Across the Arabian Sea Calicut First Audience with the Samorin A 'Christian Church' Presents for the Samorin A Second Audience Pandarane The Fleet off Calicut The Return Voyage Anjediva Mogadishu Malindi The Cape of Good Hope The Journal Ends Kingdoms to the South of Calicut About Elephants Prices of Spices at Alexandria The Language of Calicut Appendix I: Men in Da Gama's Fleet Appendix II: Accounts of Correia and Castanheda Appendix III: Contemporary Letters D. Manuel I to Ferdinand and Isabella D. Manuel I to Cardinal Protector D. Jorge da Costa First Two Letters of Girolamo Sernigi Appendix IV: Honors Granted to Vasco da Gama D. Manuel's Grant of 24 December 1499 D. Manuel's Grant of 10 January 1500 Appendix V: Da Gama's Sailing Instructions to Cabral Appendix VI: Calcoen: Da Gama's Second Voyage Bibliography Index
Titolo della serie: European expansion and indigenous response, 4
Responsabilità: translated and edited by Glenn J. Ames

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Based on historiographical changes over the last century, this new edited edition of the Journal of the First Voyage of Vasco da Gama to India (1497-1499) provides the first English translation of  Per saperne di più…

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