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Americae Nona & postrema Pars. Qua de ratione elementorum : de novi orbis natura : de huius incolarum superstitiosis cultibus : dequae forma Politiae ac Reipubl. ipsorum copiosè pretractur : Catalogo Regum Mexicanorum omnium, à primo usquae ad ultimum Moteçumam II. addito : cui etiam ritus eorum coronationis, ac sepulturae annectitur, cum enumeratione bellorum, quae mutuò Indigesserunt. His accessit designatio illius naviguationis, quam 5.naues Hollandicae Anno 1598. per fretum Magellanum in Molucanas insulas tentarunt : quomodo nimirum oborta tempestate Capitaneus Sebalt de Weert à caeteris nauibus dispulsus, postquam plurimis mensibus in freto infinitis aerumnis misere iactatus fuisset, tandem infectare post biennium An.1600. domum reversus fit. Addita est tertio navigatio recens, quam 4. Navium praefectus Olevier à Noort proximè suscepit : qui freto Magellanico classe transmisso, triennij spatio universum terrae orbem seu globum mir a navigationis sorte obiuit : annexis illis, quae in intinere isto singularia ac memor abilior a notata sunt.

Author(s), creator(s), collaborator(s) : Bry, Théodor de
Type of the represented object : Book

Détails
Original object location: Réseau des Bibliothèques
Author(s), creator(s), collaborator(s): Bry, Théodor de (1528-1598) (author)
Editor: Francof. : Apud Matth. Beckerum
First publication of the original object: 1602
17th century
Modern times (1492-1789)
Place of creation of the original object: Allemagne - Francfort-sur-le-Main
Identifiant(s): R61D (cote ULiège)
709810105 (code-barres ULiège)
Original object language: French
Description: Provenance(s): Acquisition par l'Université de Liège : Legs Baron A. Wittert 1903 (R61D)
Wittert, Adrien, baron, 1823-1903 [donateur]
Material, support of the original object : Papier
Dimensions, weight or duration: 36 cm
Physical description of the represented object : 3 parties en 1 volume
Keyword: Amérique -- Découverte et exploration
CREF classification(s): Histoire
Classification(s): Arts & humanities => History
Organization that sponsored the digitization: Université de Liège - ULiège
Other contributor(s): Becker, Matthias (printer-bookseller)
Wittert, Adrien [baron] (1823-1903) (donator)
Part of: Public domain
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/2268.1/3286

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R61D.pdf
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Size: 115.16 MB
Format: Adobe PDF
Access type:: Open Access

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