3 edition of Columbus in the Arctic? found in the catalog.
Columbus in the Arctic?
Johannes Kristoffer TornГёe
1965 in Oslo .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -92.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||65008717|
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No direct extracts from the document have been discovered, but its influence on the Western idea of the geography of the Arctic region persisted for several centuries. This small section of 1, words tries to co years and more than societies, from Peru to the Arctic, in less space than Columbus gets.
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“The Admiral's Book” is mentioned by Columbus himself in his diary - for instance during the voyage entries from Septem October 3, and October 10 of At this time [so far as anyone knows] there was only one book in existence about America, and that was Inventio Fortunatae," Prytz () p.
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