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Americae pars VII. Verissima et ivcvndissima descriptio praecipvarvm qvarvndam Indiae regionum & insularum, quae ... ab Vlrico Fabro ... inuentae & ab eodem summa diligentia consignatae fuerunt, ex Germanico in Latinum sermonem conuersa autore Gotardo Artvs.

Americae pars VII. Verissima et ivcvndissima descriptio praecipvarvm qvarvndam Indiae regionum & insularum, quae ... ab Vlrico Fabro ... inuentae & ab eodem summa diligentia consignatae fuerunt, ex Germanico in Latinum sermonem conuersa autore Gotardo Artvs.

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Translation of Ulrich Schmidel's Warhafftige und liebliche Beschreibung.
The 3 numb. plates intended to illustrate this pt. were published with pt. 8, 1st ed., 1599.
First ed. Cf. Church. Cat. of books relating to ... America, 161; with the mark on the "plinth of the left-hand pier" on t.p.
Kraus, H.P. Sir Francis Drake, no. 31
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01/01/1599
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Bry, Theodor de, 1528-1598, ed.
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