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Matching Articles"Cabot" (Total 35)
Second Letters Patent to John Cabot 3 February, 1498
This is a request to grant John Cabot a letters patent on February 3, 1498
Uncovering Cabot: The Ruddock Riddle
Alwyn Ruddock was a leading English scholar of 15th century exploration who spent four decades researching documents relating to John Cabot.
Cape Breton Landfall Argument
If modern scholars generally favour a northern landfall for Cabot's 1497 voyage, there has been strong support for a landfall on Cape Breton Island.
The Grates Cove Tradition
A large rock bearing inscriptions which some claim to be carved by Cabot himself is closely linked to the tradition of thinking that Cabot landed at Grates Cove in 1497.
A biography of the explorer, John Cabot.
The John Day Letter
John Day was an English merchant in the Spanish trade. He wrote this letter in Spain between 1497 and January 1498 to the Lord Grand Admiral.
The Matthew was the ship in which John Cabot sailed from Bristol to North America in 1497.
John Cabot Memorandum, 13 December 1497
Memorandum Granting John Cabot an Annual Pension of 20 Pounds, 13 December 1497
New Findings on Cabot
This article is about the Cabot Project, a project created in 2009 to untangle the mysteries of the claims of Alywn Ruddock about John Cabot.
Newfoundland Landfall Argument
There is no doubt that great passions have been aroused in Newfoundland about the question of Cabot's landfall.
Evidence for a Northern Landfall
This article involves breaking down Cabot's 1497 voyage to decipher exactly where he visited in Newfoundland.
The Pasqualigo Letter
A letter from Lorenzo Pasqualigo to his brothers in Venice. Dated August 23, 1497.
Other Claims for Pre-Cabot Discovery
There are those who claim that the Basques, the Portuguese, the Scots and the Welsh have made voyages to Newfoundland before Cabot.
One of John Cabot's sons, Sebastian, is bound up with his father's story, and the story of the European exploration of North America.
The Soncino Letters
Letters from Raimondo de Soncino, ambassador of the Duke of Milan in London, to the Duke in 1497.
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