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Other Fortunate Islands and Some That Were Lost.

By: CASSIDY, Vincent H. de P.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: 1969,:

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CASSIDY, Vincent H. de P. Other Fortunate Islands and Some That Were Lost. An offprint from Terrae Incognitae : the annals of the society for the history of discoveries, Volume 1, 1969, pp. 35-39,(1). 8vo, green stapled card covers. “The Fortunate Islands were an accepted part of the ancient world view, although very few people had seen them. The Greeks, the Phoenecians, and the Romans knew that these islands were in the Atlantic Ocean relativelyclose to the Pillars of Hercules, where oceanic waters joined those of the Mediterranean.” - page 35. Very good. Signed by the author. 10.00 View more info

Voyage of an Island. An offprint from Speculum : A Journal of Medieval Studies, Vol.38, No. 4, October 1963

By: CASSIDY, Vincent H. de P.

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Publisher: 1963,:

Seller ID: 80701


CASSIDY, Vincent H. de P. The Voyage of an Island. An offprint from Speculum : A Journal of Medieval Studies, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 4, October 1963, pp. 595-602. Cambridge, MA : The Medieval Academy of America, (1963). 8vo, stapled printed wrappers. A discussion o the location of Ultima Thule in ancienttexts. Very good. Signed by the author. 10.00 View more info