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[The French arrive in Florida]

[The French arrive in Florida]

 
 
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The arrival of the French expedition under Laudonnière at the River of May (St. John's) in Florida.
Illus. in: Der ander Theyl, der newlich erfundenen Landtschafft Americae, von dreyen Schiffahrten, so die Frantzosen in Floridam ... gethan. Eine vnter dem Häuptmann H. Laudonniere, anno 1564. Die ander vnter H. Ribald 1565. Die dritte, vnter H. Guorguesio 1567 geschehen / Mit Beschreibung vnd ... Contrafactur ... durch Jacob Le Moyne, sonst Morges genannt ... Auss dem Frantzösischen in Latein beschrieben, durch C.C.A. Vnd jetzt auss dem Latein in Teutsch bracht, durch H. Oseam Halen. Auch mit schönen Kupfferstücken, vnd deren Erklärung, alles an Tag gegeben, durch Dieterich von Bry. Franckfort am Mayn, Getruckt bey J. Feyerabendt, in Verlegung D. von Bry, 1591, [plate] I.
Engraving by Theodor de Bry after 1564 watercolor by Jacques Le Moyne.
Title transcribed from Lorant, p. 37.
The New World [...] / Lorant, ed. New York : Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1965, p. 37
Reference copy in LOT 4409.

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01/01/1591
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Bry, Theodor de, 1528-1598, engraver
Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques, 1533?-1588.
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