Matching Articles"Cabot" (Total 35)

  • This is a request to grant John Cabot a letters patent on February 3, 1498
  • Alwyn Ruddock was a leading English scholar of 15th century exploration who spent four decades researching documents relating to John Cabot.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Memorandum Granting John Cabot an Annual Pension of 20 Pounds, 13 December 1497
  • 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.
  • There is no doubt that great passions have been aroused in Newfoundland about the question of Cabot's landfall.
  • This article involves breaking down Cabot's 1497 voyage to decipher exactly where he visited in Newfoundland.
  • A letter from Lorenzo Pasqualigo to his brothers in Venice. Dated August 23, 1497.
  • 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.
  • Letters from Raimondo de Soncino, ambassador of the Duke of Milan in London, to the Duke in 1497.