The First Voyage Around the World, 1519-1522

The First Voyage Around the World, 1519-1522

The First Voyage around the World is also a remarkably accurate ethnographic and geographical account of the circumnavigation, and one that has earned its reputation among modern historiographers and students of the early contacts between Europe and the East Indies.

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Publisher University of Toronto Press
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