2 edition of voyage of Magellan found in the catalog.
voyage of Magellan
|Contributions||Paige, Paula Spurlin,, William L. Clements Library.|
|LC Classifications||G420 M2 P62|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
Ferdinand Magellan introduces students to this fearless leader and details the many hardships he and his crew endured throughout the voyage. The book can also be used teach students how to identify cause-and-effect relationships and to ask and answer questions as they read. Magellan's voyage: a Antonio Pigafetta, Raleigh Ashlin Skelton Buy from $ Ferdinand Magellan: First to Milton Meltzer Buy from $ The First Ships Round the Walter Brownlee Buy from $ The Voyage of Magellan. Richard Humble Buy from $ Ferdinand Magellan: Opening Isaac Asimov Buy from $ The First Ships Around.
On the dust jacket of Laurence Bergreen's superb new book, ''Over the Edge of the World,'' Ferdinand Magellan's epic sea voyage is described as . Clarion Books, ISBN: It must have seemed like a dream come true for Ferdinand Magellan when on September 29th he at last set off from Spain to begin his long awaited for voyage. Magellan had come up with the idea of seeking a passage to the Spice Islands (the Moluccas) by going west instead of east.
To escape his villainous uncle who wants to steal his inheritance, Pedro takes a job as a cabin boy on Magellan's flagship. Pedro experiences all the drama and excitement of the first voyage to travel the globe, including the mutiny of the officers and the hostility of suspicious natives. Magellan's voyage rewrote the maps and geography books. He was the first to discover the strait, which now bears his name, linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans at the tip of South America.
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out of 5 stars One of two Magellan books--this voyage of Magellan book on the voyage, the other more about the times, and the collapse of the Papacy. Reviewed in the United States on Ap Verified Purchase.
This is one of two books about Magellan and his epic voyage. The other is Manchester's "A World Lit Only by Fire."Cited by: 2. What makes this book compelling is the fascinating character of Magellan himself, an idealist, a warrior, and a leader-by-decre It provides quite a bit of backstory regarding the political intrigue that inspired the voyage, and the crew's sometimes conflicting perceptions of Magellan's true loyalties as a Portuguese sailing for Spain/5.
Early life. Magellan was the son of Rui de Magalhães and Alda de Mesquita, members of the Portuguese nobility. At an early age he became a page to Queen Leonor, wife of John II (reigned –95) and sister of Manuel I (reigned –), in early he enlisted in the fleet of Francisco de Almeida, first viceroy of Portuguese India, whose expedition King Manuel sent to check.
Ferdinand Magellan - Ages of Exploration. InFerdinand Magellan, leading an expedition of five ships and over men, set sail from Spain in search of the Spice Islands. Three years later, one ship returned to port with just 18 men. Magellan was not among the survivors, having been killed in the Philippines.
But the remainder of his party, quite inadvertently, had been first to circumnavigate the of the survivors of.
Narratives, translated and edited, with a preface, introduction and notes, of the second voyage through the strait, commanded by the Comendador Loaysa and Sebastián del Cano,the third voyage, under the command of Simón de Alcazaba, voyage of Magellan book, and the reconnaissance by Bartolomé and Gonzalo de Nodal, ; with a fragment relating to the expedition sent by the bishop of Plasencia.
A Log-Book of Magellan's Voyage, – - Volume 17 Issue 1 - E. Taylor. Antonio Pigafetta (Italian: [anˈtɔːnjo piɡaˈfetta]; c. – c. ) was a Venetian scholar and explorer.
He joined the expedition to the Spice Islands led by explorer Ferdinand Magellan under the flag of King Charles I of Spain and, after Magellan's death in the Philippines, the subsequent voyage around the the expedition, he served as Magellan's assistant and kept an.
Ferdinand Magellan (məjel´ən), Port. Fernão de Magalhães, Span. Fernando de Magallanes, c–, Portuguese navigator who sailed for Portugal and Spain. Born of a noble family, he was reared as a page in the royal household. He served (–12) in Portuguese India under Francisco de Almeida and later under Alfonso de in service (–14) in Morocco, he was.
The First Voyage Round the World/Pigafetta's Account of Magellan's Voyage. and knowing both by the reading of many books and by the report of many lettered and well-informed persons who conversed with the said proto-notary, the very great and awful things of the ocean. InMagellan was on a voyage for Portugal to the Spice Islands and participated in the conquest of Malacca where he acquired his servant Enrique.
Fast forward ten. Magellan’s voyage This map is part of a series of 16 animated maps showing the history of The Age of Discovery. The expedition led by Magellan was expected to sail as far as the Spice Islands to the west by sailing around the American continent.
About this Item: Gale, Sabin Americana, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Title: 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 thor: Ponce Jose VargasPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography.
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. After that, history books tell us that Juan Sebastian Elcano took over the command of the ship and completed Magellan’s voyage around the world.
What history books failed to tell us is the Palawan voyage of Elcano and the remaining crew. Most sources just state that the surviving crew merely passed by Palawan, and nothing more. Magellan: And the First Voyage Around the World by Nancy Smiler Levinson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Michael Burgan, Magellan: Ferdinand Magellan and the First Trip Around the World (Mankato: Capstone Publishers, ), Nancy Smiler Levinson, Magellan and the First Voyage Around the World (New York: Clarion Books, ), Ober, Ferdinand Magellan, – Ober, Ferdinand Magellan, –.
T hough Magellan's enterprise was the greatest ever undertaken by any navigator, yet he has been deprived of his due fame by the jealousy which has always existed between the two nations inhabiting the Peninsula: the Spaniards would not brook being commanded by a Portuguese, and the Portuguese have not yet forgiven Magellan for having abandoned.
The voyage of Magellan. [Richard Humble; Richard Hook] -- Traces the voyage of Magellan, life aboard a ship, navigation, challenges, and the results. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Humble; Richard Hook. Find more information about: ISBN: Read "Magellan's Voyage A Narrative Account of the First Circumnavigation" by Antonio Pigafetta available from Rakuten Kobo.
InFerdinand Magellan, leading an expedition of five ships and over men, set sail from Spain in search of the. Ferdinand Magellan's Voyage Round the World, CE Ferdinand de Magellan was born about of noble parents, and probably spent his boyhood as a page of the Queen of Portugal.
As a young man he was in the East India service, then in Morocco. On SeptemMagellan set sail from Spain in an effort to find a western sea route to the rich Spice Islands of Indonesia.
In command of five ships and men, Magellan .Criterion (iv): The voyage completed by Magellan and his multi-ethnic sailors (a crew composed of Germans, Flemings, French, Greeks, Indians, British, Italians, Moors, Africans, Portuguese, Brazilian, Indonesians and Castellanos) in three years was not only a memorable milestone to be written in history books, but also constituted the.