The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands Translated from a Spanish Manuscript, Lately Found in the Island of Palma. With an Enquiry ... of the Ancient Inhabitants by George Glas by Juan de Abreu Galindo

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The political capital of the archipelago did not exist as such until the nineteenth century. The first cities founded by the Europeans at the time of the conquest of the Canary Islands in the 15th century were: Telde (in Gran Canaria), San Marcial del Rubicón (in Lanzarote) and Betancuria (in Fuerteventura).Capital: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de.

The conquest of the Canary Islands by the Crown of Castille took place between and It can be divided into two periods: the Conquista señorial, carried out by Castilian nobility in exchange for a covenant of allegiance to the crown, and the Conquista realenga, carried out by the Spanish crown itself, during the reign of the Catholic Monarchs.

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History of the discovery and conquest of the Canary islands. Dublin, D. Chamberlaine [etc.] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Juan de Abreu de Galindo; George Glas.

The Romans learned of the Canaries through Juba II, king of Mauritania, whose account of an expedition (c. 40 bce) to the islands was preserved by the writers Plutarch and Pliny the Elder.

The latter mentions “Canaria, so called from the multitude of dogs [ canes ] of great size.” In the Arabs landed and traded on Gran Canaria.

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Reviews: 9. The Canarian: or, Book of the Conquest and Conversion of the Canarians in the Yearby Messire Jean de Béthencourt, Kt.: Lord of the Manors of Béthencourt, Reville, Gourret, and Grainville de Teinturi re, Baron of St.

Martin le Gaillard by. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands at Discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands zoom_in It is likely the Archipelago was supposedly discovered in the second century BC just because the beginning of the navigation history go back to that same age, when phoenicians played a leading role.

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There is a lot of myth and legend surrounding the early history of the Canary Islands, with many early inhabitants believing them to be the lost land of Atlantis. Others considered the islands to be the site of the magical, mystical Fortunate Islands, the blissful paradise of both Celtic and Greek mythology.

The Canary Islands have been known since the Spanish colonization between andthe Canaries were populated by an indigenous population, whose origin is still the subject of discussion among historians and linguists.

The islands were visited by the Phoenicians, the Greeks and the ing to the 1st century CE Roman author and philosopher Pliny the. Contact with the Canary Islands was re-established in the 14th century with a visit by Lancelotto Malocello to Lanzarote, who it is believed the island is named after.

Prince Luis de la Cerda of Spain obtained a papal bull in issued by Clement VI granting him dominion over the Fortunate Isles and naming him the Prince of Fortune. Glas wrote the book ‘The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands,” the original of which is stored in the winery’s private library.

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With an enquiry into the origin of the ancient inhabitants. To which is added, a description of the Canary Islands, including the modern history of the inhabitants.The Azores archipelago began to appear on portolan charts during the 14th century, well before its official discovery date.

The first map to depict the Azores was the Medici Atlas (). Its depiction was subsequently replicated in the Pizzigani brothers map ofthe Catalan Atlas (), the Pinelli–Walckenaer Atlas (), the Corbitis Atlas (c.

–), the charts of Guillem.Conquering the Americas The discovery and eventually conquest of Latin America and the Caribbean Islands is perhaps one of the single most important encounter of two cultures.

Inwhen the conquistadores first set foot on the New World, not only did they discovered territories previously unknown to them; but also great civilizations who.

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