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- DescriptionThe biography of Pedro Alvares Cabral (c1467 - c1520), the Portuguese commander of a fleet of ships whose epic voyage to India led to the first crossing of the South Atlantic, the discovery of Brazil, the discovery of Madagascar, and trade between Europe and Asia around Africa.
- Author BiographyPero Vaz de Caminha sailed in Cabral's flagship as a writer. One of the two letters sent by Pedro Cabral to the King of Portugal relating their discovery of Brazil was written by him on 1st May 1500. It is the first document describing the discovery of Brazil, and has sometimes been called the first page in the history of Brazil. William Brooks Greenlee left Cornell University near the end of the nineteenth century to travel the world, seeing evidence of the voyages of the discoverers. He brought together for the first time all of the widely scattered published and unpublished documents relating to the discovery of Brazil by the Portuguese in the sixteenth century. James Roxburgh MacClymont was a Scottish poet, and a historian of the voyages of discovery.
- Author(s)James Roxburgh MacClymont,Pero Vaz de Caminha,William Brooks Greenlee
- Date of Publication09/09/2009
- GenreBiography: Historical, Political & Military
- Place of PublicationMiddlesex
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note0
- Weight364 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine13 mm
- Edited byKeith Bridgeman,Tahira Arsham
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