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Fernão Mendes Pinto (ca 1509-1583)
Hunc librum incipere
Peregrinaçam de Fernam Mendez Pinto em que da conta de muytas e muyto estranhas cousas que vio & ouvio no reyno da China, no da Tartaria , no do Sornau, que vulgarmente se chama Sião, no do Calaminhan, no de Pegù, no de Martavão, & em outros muytos reynos & senhorios das partes Orientais, de que nestas nossas do Occidente ha muyto pouca ou nenhu[m]a noticia. E tambem da conta de muytos casos particulares que acontecerão assi a elle como a outras pessoas...
por Pedro Crasbeeck : a custa de Belchior de Faria Cavaleyro da casa del Rey nosso Senhor, & seu Livreyro
Lingua Portuguese
Publication date 1614
publication_date QS:P577,+1614-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Locus divulgationis Lisboa
Fons Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal
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