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The conquest of the Americas

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The Cantino planisphere, completed by un unknown Portuguese cartographer in 1502, is one of the most precious cartographic monuments of all times. It depicts the world, as it became known to the European after the great exploration voyages of the end of the fifteenth and beginning of the sixteenth century to the Americas, Africa and India. It is now kept in the Biblioteca Universitaria Estense, Modena, Italy

jamreilly: “ The Cantino planisphere (or Cantino World Map) is the earliest surviving map showing Portuguese geographic discoveries in the east and west. It is named after Alberto Cantino, an agent for the Duke of Ferrara, who successfully smuggled.

Virreinatos en América (el de Brasil es portugués)

Virreinatos en América (el de Brasil es portugués)

Encomienda americana

Encomienda americana

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Spanish galleon routes (white): West Indies or trans-atlantic route begun in Manila galleon or trans-pacific route begun in (Blue: Portuguese routes, operational from 1498 to

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