8 edition of The First Voyage Around the World (1519-1522) found in the catalog.
September 1995 by Marsilio Publishers .
Written in English
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It had been about two months since it had rained in that land, and when we reached that port, it happened to rain, whereupon they said that we came from the sky and that we had brought the rain with us. In this narration can be found descriptions of peoples, countries, goods and even the languages that were spoken, of which the seafarer was trying to assemble some brief glossaries. The squadron anchored in the Bay of Rio on December 13, and had the luck to arrive with the rain, which the well- disposed natives thought they had brought with them. Two ships sailed in to find out if it were a strait or a river, and Magellan waited for five days until the two vessels returned with the news that the water was salt. Ten days later, they dropped anchor at the Philippine island of Cebu—they were only about miles from the Spice Islands. Then every week, he cuts off a small bit, which he eats thus smoked with his other food to remind him of his enemies.
Publisher: University of Toronto Press Publication date: Page count: On 10 Augustfive ships departed from Seville for what was to become the first circumnavigation of the globe. Thus warned, Magellan put to sea for the Atlantic crossing. Early life[ edit ] Pigafetta's exact year of birth is not known, with estimates ranging between and Elcano was later appointed to lead a fleet of seven ships on another voyage to Moluccas on behalf of Emperor Charles V.
Only three ships entered the passage; one had been wrecked and another deserted. These two captains and the other officers of the squadron attended a meeting in the flagship some days after the squadron had entered the strait. Throughout his life he made only one friend, Francisco Serrano. Magellan was killed in the Philippines inwhen, at the head of forty- nine men, he attacked some 1, natives, followers of a petty chieftain who had refused to acknowledge the overlordship of another chief favoured by the Spaniards.
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Progress was slow; the coast was unknown and every bay had to be explored in search of an opening likely to be the strait. This trip helped cement a reconciliation between the two.
Whomever the latter captured afterward at any time from the former they ate, and the former did the same to the latter, so that such a custom has sprung up in this way. When the intrepid seaman had passed this point, originally called the Cape of Desire, he faced an ocean that he named Pacific, because, beyond the strait, fair weather set in.
This volume is based on the critical edition by Antonio Canova. They proceeded until the discovery of the strait, named after, Magellan himself, on October 21stand went through, although one of the ships deserted, sailing back to Spain. They found birds and trees, but no water or fruit, and sailed on to what is believed to have been Flint Island in the Manihiki group.
Leaving Rio, the squadron encountered bad weather and ran into the River Plate for shelter. It includes an extensive introduction to the work and generous annotations by Theodore J. Late in August the four remaining vessels left harbour, Cartagena and the priest having been put ashore with some bread and wine and left to their fate.
The men gave us one or two of their young daughters as slaves for one hatchet or one large knife, but they would not give us their wives in exchange for anything at all. The men, against the orders of Magellan, opened fire at long range, and their muskets were ineffective.
Shortly after, happened the disastrous episode that changed the course of the expedition. She sank in Hurricane Hugo in Picking it up very delightedly and neatly, she thrust it through the lips of her vagina [natura], and bending down low immediately departed, the captain-general and I having seen that action.
After the journey[ edit ] About two months after ending his trip, Graham's daughter, Quimby, was born. Relying on his maps and globes, Magellan thought that he had about thirty or forty degrees of longitude to traverse to the Spice Islands, but he had degrees in front of him.
The Concepcion was now abandoned after her cargo and crew had been transferred to the Trinidad and the Victoria. A fire is built on the ground under those hammocks.
At last the five ships left Seville, sailed down the Guadalquivir to San Lucar, the port at the river mouth, and put to sea on September 20, Expertly presented and handsomely illustrated, this edition of Pigafetta's classic travelogue is sure to enlighten new readers and invigorate the imagination as the story has done since it first appeared.
Daring the night the Santo Antonio, having dragged her anchors and fouled the Trinidad, was boarded and captured. Out of the men who had set out in the five ships only eighteen returned to Seville three years later, in the one remaining ship, the Victoria.
The squadron anchored in the Bay of Rio on December 13, and had the luck to arrive with the rain, which the well- disposed natives thought they had brought with them.Nov 28, · 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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InFerdinand Magellan, leading an expedition of five ships and over men, set sail from Spain in search of the Spice Islands.
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PIGAFETTA, AND OTHER CONTEMPORARY WRITERS. Accompanied by Original Documents, with Notes and an Introduction, BY. LORD STANLEY OF ALDERLEY. LONDON: PRINTED FOR THE HAKLUYT SOCIETY. Nov 04, · A narrative and cartographic record of the journey (including 23 hand-drawn watercolour charts) from Patagonia to Indonesia, from the Philippines to the Cape of Good Hope, Pigafetta's The First Voyage around the World is a classic of discovery and exploration literature.
This volume is based on the critical edition by Antonio Canova.5/5(1).