Zheng He

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鄭和 (Zhèng Hé)
馬三寶 (Mǎ Sānbǎo)
حجّي محمود (Hajji Mahmud)
Zheng He: imago in museo rerum navalium Quancheo
Natus 1371
Kunyang provinciae Yunnan in Serica
Obiit 1433

Zheng He (Mandarinice 鄭和, simpliciter 郑和, pinyin Zhèng Hé), etiam Ma Sanbao (Mandarinice 馬三寶 simpliciter 马三宝) et Hajji Mahmud Shamsuddin (Arabice حاجي محمود شمس الدين), fuit nauta Hui-Sinicus, explorator, legatus, et praefectus classis, qui navigationes ad Asiam Austrorientalem, Asiam Meridianam, Orientem Medium, Africam Orientalem, Cornuque Africae ab 1405 ad 1433 conduxit, Navigationes Zheng He vel Navigationes Cheng Ho una appellatas.

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Editiones fontium
Eruditio
  • Edward L. Dreyer, Zheng He: China and the Oceans in the Early Ming Dynasty, 1405–1433. Novi Eboraci: Pearson Longman, 2007. ISBN 9780321084439
  • J. J. L. Duyvendak, "The True Dates of the Chinese Maritime Expeditions in the Early Fifteenth Century" in T'oung Pao vol. 34 (1938) pp. 341–413
  • Paul Pelliot, "Les grands voyages maritimes chinois au début du XVème siècle" in T'oung Pao vol. 30 (1933) pp. 237–452 JSTOR
  • W. W. Rockhill, "Notes on the Relations and Trade of China with the Eastern Archipelago and the Coasts of the Indian Ocean during the Fourteenth Century" in T'oung Pao 2a ser. vol. 14 (1913) pp. 473-476; vol. 15 (1914) pp. 419-447; vol. 16 (1915) pp. 61-159, 236-271, 374-392, 435-467, 604-626


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