De insulis nuper in Mari Indico repertis [and] de insulis nuper inventis
A two-page spread from In laudem Serenissimi Ferdinandi, Hispania[rum] Regis, Bethicae & regni Granatae obsidio victoria & triu[m]phus. Et De insulis in Mari Indico nuper inuentis. [Basel] : I[ohann] B[ergmann, de Olpe], 1494, showing a ship of ancient, oar-powered design, off the coast of the new world with Christopher Columbus and other sailors in a small boat going ashore, and a page of text regarding the voyage of Columbus.
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