The Philippines Pigafetta s Story of Their Discovery by Magellan None

  • Title: The Philippines: Pigafetta's Story of Their Discovery by Magellan
  • Author: Antonio Pigafetta
  • ISBN: 9780969036708
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Hardcover
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    Antonio Pigafetta About Antonio Pigafetta The Philippine Diary Project About Antonio Pigafetta The Philippine Diary Project About the Philippine Diary Project About the Diaries About Antonio Pigafetta About the author Antonio Pigafetta From The Diary Junction, Pigafetta was born into a wealthy Vicenza family, and studied navigation among other things He served on board the galleys of the Knights of Rhodes, and accompanied the papal nuncio, The Battle of Mactan, according to Pigafetta Inquirer Privilege and the pandemic Pigafetta related that a small group of men led by Magellan arrived at Mactan three hours before daylight, and since it was too early to fight, he sent word to Lapu Lapu, giving him a choice to recognize the Spanish king and offer tribute, or Reexamining Pigafetta s Battle of Mactan Inquirer News Apr , Pigafetta s keen observation of the events during Magellan s historic voyage also enabled Filipinos to learn about the lives of their ancestors before the Spaniards formally staked their claim on the Philippine archipelago in .

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    1. Antonio Pigafetta

      Scholar and explorer from the Republic of Venice He traveled with the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan and his crew by order of the King Charles I of Spain on their voyage to the Indies During the expedition, he served as Magellan s assistant and kept an accurate journal which later assisted him in translating one of the Philippine languages, Cebuano It is the first recorded document concerning this language.Pigafetta was one of the 18 men who returned to Spain in 1522, out of the approximately 240 who set out three years earlier The voyage completed the first circumnavigation of the world Juan Sebasti n Elcano served as captain after Magellan s death Pigafetta s journal is the source for much of what we know about Magellan and Elcano s voyage.At least one warship of the Italian Navy, a destroyer of the Navigatori class, was named after him in 1931.

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