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One such tale, told to us in a tantalizingly brief story by the Greek historian Herodotus, is of a sea voyage that took place during the 26th Dynasty reign of Necho II. He relates the circumnavigation of Africa some years before the Portuguese mariners of Vasco da Gama. On the map of Fra Mauro so far as it relates to the circumnavigation of Africa’, in The Commerce and Navigation of the Ancients in the Indian Ocean (London, T. Cadell and W. Davies, ; reprinted New Delhi, Asian Educational Services, ), –79, esp. –79; by Enrico Cerulli, ‘Noterelle somale ad al‐Dimasqi ed Ibn Arabi Cited by: 1. A History of the World was a major series for the BBC and this is the tie in book, written by Andrew Marr. The series had eight episodes, and this book has eight substantial chapters, It has the broad brushstrokes of history with lots of details, but not all the minutiae that you would expect from a detailed book on a particular time/5. Necho II was the King of Egypt between and BC, who according to a single report in the Histories of Herodotus, ordered a mission to circumnavigate Africa with the help of Phoenician sailors. According to Herodotus, after a two year journey, they returned through the Straits of Gibraltar in the third year. Since the first verified circumnavigation of Africa would only occur in , .
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A History of the World in 12 Maps is a book written by Jerry Brotton and first published in by Penguin Books. The author is a British professor of Renaissance studies, particularly known for his studies about map history and about cartography of the Renaissance/5(). Introduction Planet Ocean: A Historical Perspective Ocean Exploration and Charting 20th Century + Underwater Exploration Early Ocean Science A Chemical Background The Rock Cycle Origin of the Universe, Solar System, and Earth Early Life first humans from the Western Hemisphere known to have developed the art of navigation; the first recorded circumnavigation of Africa, in B.C., was made by these people Pytheas sailed northward in B.C.; determined latitude by measuring the angle between an observer's line of sight to the North Star and line of sight to the northern horizon. The Circumnavigation that proved the World was Round. refused to convert, so Magellan burnt his village on the island of Mactan. The king continued to refuse and an ensuing battle saw Magellan struck by a spear and stabbed multiple times. To this day, the Philippines regard Magellan as a tyrant, rather than a hero and the Battle of Mactan.