2 edition of voyage de Magellan found in the catalog.
voyage de Magellan
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Patagonie Terre de feu - Dans le sillage de Magellan et des cap horniers - Documentaire - Duration: Croisières et Découvertes - Documentai views Ferdinand Magellan - Ferdinand Magellan - Circumnavigation of the globe: After Magellan’s death only two of the ships, the Trinidad and the Victoria, reached the Moluccas. Gonzalo Gómez de Espinosa, Magellan’s master-at-arms, attempted to return to Spain on the Trinidad, but it soon became evident that the ship was no longer seaworthy.
Tuesday, 29th day of November, I began to take the altitude of the sun whilst following the said voyage; and whilst in the vicinity of Cape St. Augustine, and in 7° altitude on the S. side, and at a distance from the said cape a matter of 27 leagues to S.W. Wednesday, 30th of said month, I took the sun in 76°, and its declination was 22° 59′, and its polar altitude was 8° 59′, and the. Relation du premier voyage autour du monde par Magellan Commenté et transcrit d`aprés le manuscrit francais par Léonce Peillard. Edition accompagnée de reproductions en couleurs de portulans portugais du XVI siécle, d`un cahier de documents, et de plusieurs cartes anciennes dont une en dépliant portant l`itinéraire du voyage.
Fernand de Magellan, né dans le nord du Portugal en et mort sur l'île de Mactan aux Philippines le 27 avril , il est un navigateur et explorateur portugais de l'époque des Grandes découvertes. Il est connu pour être à l'origine de la première circumnavigation de. Pigafetta tells how, being in Barcelona in , he heard about Magellan’s expedition, and being wishful to learn about the world, he asked for and obtained the permission to join in the voyage. Magellan’s fleet weighed anchor from Seville on August 10th of the same year with five smaller vessels, heading towards Canary Islands and down Author: Anna Ettore.
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This book deals almost exclusively with the voyage, which after considerable haggling to get financing, began with five very small (by today's standards) leaky, under-equipped, clumsy, floating torture chambers, into which men and some provisions were packed; and ended with two of the ships seprately limping back to Spain with only 18 of the crew still alive,Magellan having been killed in the Cited by: 2.
The riveting story of Ferdinand Magellan’s histomile ocean voyage “Prodigious research, sure-footed prose and vivid descriptions make for a thoroughly satisfying account it is all here in the wondrous detail, a first-rate historical page turner.”—/5. Among many records of the first circumnavigation of the globe preserved in Spain is the log-book kept by the pilot who brought the Victoria home—under the command of Sebastian de Elcano.
This pilot's name was Francisco Albo. He signed on in the first instance as master's mate of the Trinidad, Magellan's own ship, which did not return Author: E. Taylor. A middle-grade adaptation of Laurence Bergreen's adult bestseller, about Magellan's historic voyage around the globe.
On September 6,a horribly battered ship manned by eighteen malnourished, scurvy-ridden sailors appeared on the horizon near a Spanish port. They were survivors of the first European expedition to circle the globe. The first series, which ran from toconsists of books containing published or previously unpublished works by authors from Christopher Columbus to Sir Francis Drake, and covering voyages to the New World, to China and Japan, to Russia and to Africa and by: 5.
In this stirring account of an epic voyage beset by shipwreck, desertions, scurvy, and hunger, (Magellan) emerges as an all-too-human hero who tested the limits of the possiblePublishers Weekly.
Paperback, pages Published September 1st by International Marine Publishing (first published May 1st )/5. Journal of Ferdinand Magellan's voyage around the world inwritten by Antonio Pigafetta, Italian gentleman from Vincenza who survived the trip.
Manuscript on parchment (fine) of A journal of Ferdinand Magellan's voyage around the world inwritten by Antonio Pigafetta (ca. /91 - ca. ), an Italian gentleman from Vincenza who. The claim made by some that Magellan went on this voyage rests on unproven statements by Italian geographer Giovanni Battista Ramusio and Spanish historian Leonardo de Argensola, and the want of evidence argues against its acceptance.
However, it is known that Magellan’s friend Serrão was in command of one of the ships and that he later sent Magellan helpful information from the Moluccas. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Persistence Karawane by BALL, Hugo City Church Nottingham Power And Grace Fm Riding In The Car With Chris Modern Nostalgia Gaming Dialing Strangers | Overcoming your Pages: La mort de Magellan pendant l’expédition.
Magellan voyage dans les Philippines, notamment dans l'île d'Homonhon puis à Limasawa et expédition visant à convertir le roi de l'île de. The voyage of Ferdinand Magellan Fernão de Oliveira, National Historical Institute (Philippines) National Historical Institute, - Voyages around the world - pages.
A voyage of discovery to the strait of Magellan: with an account of the manners and customs of the inhabitants; and of the natural productions of Patagonia. Undertaken by order of the King of Spain by Admiral Don A. de Cordova. Magellan's Voyage around the World: Three Contemporary Accounts By Charles E.
Nowell Northwestern University Press, Magellan was born in the Portuguese town of Sabrosa in or around His father, Pedro de Magalhães, was a minor member of Portuguese nobility and mayor of the town. His mother was Alda de Mezquita.
Magellan's siblings included Diego de Sosa and Isabel Magellan. He was brought up as a page of Queen Eleanor, consort of King John he entered the service of Manuel I, John's Born: Fernão de Magalhães, c.Sabrosa, Portugal.
This biography of Ferdinand Magellan, who in commanded the "most remarkable and perilous [voyage] in seafaring history," rarely captures the drama of its subject. Not only does the pag. Pigafetta fut chargé de rédiger le journal de bord de l'expédition dirigée par Magellan, célèbre navigateur qui a le premier pénétré dans le Pacifique, en passant par le sud de l'extrémité méridionale de l'Amérique.
Il relate le départ de Séville jusqu'à la sortie du détroit de Magellan, la mort du capitaine, et le retour en Espagne. Introduction Ferdinand Magellan is known for circumnavigating – sailing around – the world.
From Spain he sailed around South America, discovering the Strait of Magellan, and across the Pacific. Though he was killed in the Philippines, his ship the Victoria continued westward to Spain, accomplishing the first circumnavigation of the globe.
The voyage proved that the earth is round (although most educated people knew this already!). This source of this account is a transcription from the paper-book of a Genoese pilot," who came in the said ship, who wrote all the voyage as it is here.
He went to Portugal in. Recounts Ferdinand Magellan's journey around the world, despite hardship's of hunger, violent weather, and attacks, this voyage changed history by proving the world is round.
Determined to find a new and better route to Asia and the distant and profitable Spice Islands, Ferdinand Magellan set sail from Spain in on what would become the Pages: The Magellan–Elcano voyage. Victoria, one of the original five ships, circumnavigated the globe, finishing three years after setting out.
InPortuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan led a Spanish expedition with a fleet known as the 'Armada de Molucca' to reach the Moluccas or Spice Islands.
Carrying you, Magellan, leader, through the new strait. Therefore am I justly called Victoria [Victory]. With sails as wings, and glory my prize, I fought the sea. Second-smallest of the five ships of Ferdinand Magellan’s Armada de Molucca, the Victoria was a Spanish carrack or nao (ship).
It was named after the church of Santa María de la.MVP*: Magellan Voyage Project has 1 reviews and 4 ratings. Reviewer Lissa Davies wrote: A brilliant 12 year old named Adam Story has been challenged by a mysterious prince to cross the earth by land and sea in forty days.
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