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David Livingstone

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David Livingstone: imago
Nativitas: 19 Martii 1813; Blantyre, South Lanarkshire
Obitus: 1 Maii 1873; Livingstone Memorial
Patria: Regnum Britanniarum

Officium

Munus: explorator, physician writer, Missionarius

Consociatio

Religio: Hinduismus

Familia

Coniunx: Mary Livingstone

Memoria

Laurae: Fellow of the Royal Society, Founder’s Medal, Grande Médaille d'Or des Explorations, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
Sepultura: Westminster Abbey
Domus natalis Livingstoniana Blantyre in Scotia sita.
Conclave natale, supellectilibus illius aevi praeditum.
Saltatio Zuluana, ex Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambesi and its Tributaries.
Haec domus Mikindani in vico Tanzaniae australis fuit initium eius ultimae expeditionis. Ibi a 24 Martii ad 7 Aprilis 1866 commorabatur.
Livingstone et Leo, sculptura memorialis Livingstoniana Blantyre in oppido Scotiae posita.

David Livingstone (natus Blantyre in oppido Lanarkensi Meridiano Scotiae die 19 Martii 1813; mortuus Ilalae in vico Principis Chitambo Regni Kazembe, hodie in Provincia Septentrionali Zambiae, 1 Maii 1873) fuit medicus, missionarius Congregationalis pro Societate Missionaria Londiniensi, et explorator Scoticus,[1] qui itinera in Africam fecit, unusque ex heroibus Britannicis aevi Victoriani saeculo undevicensimo exeunte populo gratissimis. Ei erat status quasi mythologicus, qui nonnullas notiones sociales et psychologicas implicavit, inter quas martyr missionarius Protestans, inspirans fabula de "rags-to-riches" ex classi operarum, investigator et explorator scientificus, corrector imperialis, adversarius servitudinis, et suasor auctus commercialis colonicique Britannici. Geographus Africam Orientalem exploravit, praedicator religioni Christianae favit, medicus aegros indigenas curavit.

Avide industrieque fontem Nili petebat, ut eius fama sineret ut ipse commercium servorum Arabicum et Swahili Africae Orientalis terminaret. "Fontes Nili," cuidam amico dixit, "pretium habent solum modus oris mihi aperiendi valde inter homines. Hac potestate spero ut malum immensum corrigam."[2][3]

Eius congressus cum Henrico Morton Stanley die 10 Novembris 1871 salutationem "Medicum Livingstone conicio?"[4] locum allatum postea populo gratissimum, peperit.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Easton, Mark (3 Septembris 2017). "Why don't many British tourists visit Victoria Falls?". BBC News .
  2. Anglice "The Nile sources," he told a friend, "are valuable only as a means of opening my mouth with power among men. It is this power which I hope to remedy an immense evil."
  3. Jeal, Tim (2013). Livingstone: Revised and Expanded Edition. Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-19100-4 .
  4. Anglice "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?"

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Holmes, Timothy. 1993. Journey to Livingstone: Exploration of an Imperial Myth. Edimburgi: Canongate Press. ISBN 978-0-86241-402-3.
  • Jeal, Tim. 1973. Livingstone. Londinii: Heinemann. ISBN 978-0-434-37208-9.
  • Jeal, Tim. 1973. Livingstone. Novi Eboraci: G. P. Putnum's Sons. LCCN 73-82030. Prima editio Americana.
  • Livingstone, David. [1857] 1905. Journeys in South Africa, or Travels and Researches in South Africa. Londinii: The Amalgamated Press.
  • Livingstone, David, et James I. Macnair, eds. 1954. Livingstone's Travels. Londinii: J. M. Dent.
  • Livingstone, David. [1875] 1999. Dernier Journal. Lutetiae: Arléa. ISBN 2-86959-215-9.
  • Maclachlan, T. Banks. 1901. David Livingstone. Famous Scots Series. Edimburgi: Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier.
  • Martelli, George. 1970. Livingstone's River: A History of the Zambezi Expedition, 1858–1864. Londinii: Chatto & Windus. ISBN 978-0-7011-1527-2.
  • Milbrandt, Jay. 2014. The Daring Heart of David Livingstone: Exile, African Slavery, and the Publicity Stunt that Saved Millions. Nashville Tennesiae: Thomas Nelson. ISBN 978-1-59555-592-2.
  • Morrill, Leslie, et Madge Haines. 1959. Livingstone, Trail Blazer for God. Mountain View: Pacific Press Publication Association.
  • Philip, M. NourbeSe. 1991. Looking for Livingstone: An Odyssey of Silence. Stratford: The Mercury Press; ISBN 978-0-920544-88-4.
  • Ross, Andrew C. 2002. David Livingstone: Mission and Empire. Londinii et Novi Eboraci: Hambledon and London. ISBN 978-1-85285-285-6.
  • Seaver, George. 1957. David Livingston: His Life and Letters.
  • Waters, John. 1996. David Livingstone: Trail Blazer. Leicester: Inter-Varsity. ISBN 978-0-85111-170-4.
  • Wisnicki, Adrian S. 2009. "Interstitial Cartographer: David Livingstone and the Invention of South Central Africa." Victorian Literature and Culture 37, no. 1 (Mar.): 255–71.

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