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What was the first ship to sail around the world?
Notes: First ship to circumnavigate the globe. Victoria (or Nao Victoria) was a carrack and the first ship to successfully circumnavigate the world. Victoria was part of a Spanish expedition commanded by the explorer Ferdinand Magellan, and after his death during the voyage, by Juan Sebastián Elcano.
When was the first voyage around the world published?
What happened to San Antonio ship?
Magellan flagship Of these five ships, one was lost at sea (Santiago), one abandoned the expedition (San Antonio) in South America and returned to Spain, one was damaged and then burned by the crew (Concepcion) and lost at Cebu in the Phillipines on 21 December 1521 when Magellan was killed.
Who is the pilot of Magellan’s flagship?
In 1541 he was named pilot of the ″San Juan″ under Ruy López de Villalobos; two years later, wrecked on a Philippine island, he wrote about the Magellan expedition while waiting on ship repairs….Trinidad (ship)
Where did they found the watering place of good signs?
Who was the commander of the ship Santiago?
The captain was Nicolán de Juan of Aragon. The skipper was Simon Unique. Alonso de Olmos had command of the Spanish soldiers.
What is watering place of good signs?
On March 17, 1521, they landed on “uninhabited island” or known as “Humunu” (Homonhon) which Pigafetta referred to as “Watering place of good signs” because the place is abundant in gold.
Where is Humunu?
‘ ‘Humunu’ as written in the originaI Italian manuscript by Antonio Pigafetta, the Venetian chronicler of the first circumnavigation of the globe. Today, the island is called Homonhon. It belongs to the Municipality of Guiuan, Eastern Samar….
When was the first Catholic Mass celebrated?
The earliest form of the celebration of the Mass was the domestic Eucharist. Archaeological evidence shows that from the 3rd to the 4th century, Christian communities celebrated Mass in large homes.
Who invented Catholic Mass?