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The discovery of Abyssinia by the Portuguese in 1520; a facsimile of the relation entitled: Carta das novas que vieram a el rey Nosso Senhor do descobrimento do preste Joham <Lisbon, 1521>, with an introduction and English translation and notes by Henry Thomas, and a transcription into modern Portuguese by Armando Cortesao
Bib ID 64233
Format BookBook
Description London, British Museum, 1938 
xv, 97, [1] p. 2 maps (incl. front.) 30 cm. 
Notes

The Carta was compiled from letters written by Diogo Lopes de Sequeira and Pero Gomes Teixeira. cf. p. 63.

Subjects Portuguese - Ethiopia.
Other authors/contributors Cortesão, Armando, 1891-1977  |  Sequeira, Diogo Lopez de, 1466-1530  |  Gomes Teixeira, Pero, 16th century  |  Thomas, Henry, 1878-  |  British Museum

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