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by Marijke Spies

eBook Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands: Olivier Brunel and the Passage to China and Cathay in the Sixteenth Century ePub
Author: Marijke Spies
Language: English
ISBN: 905356263X
ISBN13: 978-9053562635
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press; 1 edition (January 23, 2002)
Pages: 168
Category: Earth Sciences
Subcategory: Science
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Article in Sixteenth Century Journal 30(4):1100 · December 2000 with 4 Reads. Interests span from the prospects of vast oil and mineral riches and shorter international shipping routes, to preserving what is often framed as a fragile, pristine environment

Article in Sixteenth Century Journal 30(4):1100 · December 2000 with 4 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Interests span from the prospects of vast oil and mineral riches and shorter international shipping routes, to preserving what is often framed as a fragile, pristine environment. As a resource frontier and a wilderness, but also a homeland and a space of culture to its inhabitants, the Arctic is characterised by potentially conflicting geographical imaginaries and visions of both the present as well as the future of the region. Hence, the political geographies of the Arctic are both messy and complex.

In this book, Marijke Spies relates the story of Olivier Brunel, the Dutch explorer, who in the sixteenth century, even before Barents and Heemskerk, sought a northern trade route

In this book, Marijke Spies relates the story of Olivier Brunel, the Dutch explorer, who in the sixteenth century, even before Barents and Heemskerk, sought a northern trade route. Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands: Olivier Brunel and the Passage to China and Cathay in the Sixteenth Century. 905356263X (ISBN13: 9789053562635).

publisher "Amsterdam University Press", } Spies, M 1997, Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands. BT - Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands

publisher "Amsterdam University Press", } Spies, M 1997, Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands. Olivier Brunel and the Passage to China and Cathay in the Sixteenth Century. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam. Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands. BT - Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands. PB - Amsterdam University Press. ER -. Spies M.

In this book, Marijke Spies relates the story of Olivier Brunel, the Dutch explorer, who in the sixteenth century, even before Barents and Heemskerk, sought a northern trade route. ISBN13:9789053562635.

Spies, Marijke, Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands: Olivier Brunel and the Passage to China and Cathay in the . Kuntz, Marion Leathers, Venice, Myth and Utopian Thought in the Sixteenth Century: Bodin, Postel and the Virgin of Venice, Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate, 1999.

Spies, Marijke, Arctic Routes to Fabled Lands: Olivier Brunel and the Passage to China and Cathay in the Sixteenth Century, translated by Myra Heerspink Scholz, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 1997. Memoire bibliographique sur les journaux des navigateurs néerlandais, Amsterdam: Muller, 1867; reprinted, Amersterdam: Nico Israel, 1960.

Northeast Passage, maritime route through the Arctic along the northern coast of the Eurasian landmass, principally . Other early Europeans included the Flemish merchant Olivier Brunel in the 1560s and 1580s and the Dutch navigator Willem Barents in the 1590s

Northeast Passage, maritime route through the Arctic along the northern coast of the Eurasian landmass, principally situated off the coast of northern Siberia (Russia). Other early Europeans included the Flemish merchant Olivier Brunel in the 1560s and 1580s and the Dutch navigator Willem Barents in the 1590s.

The Northeast Passage is a broad term for any route lying above the Eurasian continent and stretching between the .

The Northeast Passage is a broad term for any route lying above the Eurasian continent and stretching between the waters north of the Norwegian Sea to the Bering Strait. The "Northern Sea Route" is defined as a specific portion of such routes.

Olivier Brunel and the Passage to China and Cathay in the Sixteenth Century. Published January 23, 2002 by Amsterdam University Press There's no description for this book yet. Published January 23, 2002 by Amsterdam University Press. Discovery and exploration. Arctic regions, Northwest Passage.

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