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Historia Australiae

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Pictura lapidea ad Ubirr in Kakadu National Park. Indicia artis Aboriginalis in Australia abhinc annorum 30 000 videri potest.

Historia Australiae est historiae regionis et hominum Rei Publicae Australianae et eius priorum societatum Indigenarum et colonicarum. Australiani Aboriginales continentem Australianam attigerunt per mare ab Asia Meridiorientali Maritima annorum abhinc ab 40 000 ad 70 000. Traditiones artisticae, musicae, et spirituales quas ei constituerunt sunt inter veterrimis talibus traditionibus exstantibus in historia humana.

Homo Luritja rationem oppugnationis per boomerang post scutum monstrat (1920).
Homo Kolaia capitis tegmen ritus ignei Forrest River Australiae Occidentalis gerit. Australiani Indigenae ritus religiosos cum tempore somniandi consociatos milia annorum excercent.
Bungaree, explorator et legatus diplomaticus Aboriginalis. Sydneii, 1826.
Agricolae Aboriginales ad Stationem Loddon Aboriginal Protectorate, Franklinfordiae anno 1858.
Exploratio ab Europeais usque ad 1812.      1606 Gulielmus Janszoon      1606 Ludovicus Vaez de Torres      1616 Dirk Hartog      1619 Fridericus de Houtman      1644 Abel Tasman      1696 Gulielmus de Vlamingh      1699 Gulielmus Dampier      1770 Iacobus Cook      1797–99 Georgius Bass      1801–03 Matthaeus Flinders
Fridericus de Houtman, explorator Nederlandicus, magnos scopulos curalii ante litus Australiae Occidentalis anno 1619 repperit, quos Houtman Abrolhos nominavit.
Melchisedech Thevenot (1620?-1692): tabula Novae Hollandiae, anno 1644 edita, in tabula a Ioannis Blaeu cartograpi Nederlandici condita.
Abel Tasman, explorator Nederlandicus, cum uxore et filia, inter primos Europaeos qui Terram Van Diemenianam (nunc Tasmania) attigerunt
Iacobus Cook Legatus fuit primus Europaeus qui orientale Australiae litus vidit, anno 1770.
A General Chart of New Holland including New South Wales & Botany Bay with The Adjacent Countries and New Discovered Lands, tabula in An Historical Narrative of the Discovery of New Holland and New South Wales (Londinii: Fielding and Stockdale, Novembri 1786) divulgata.
Reliquiae hominum ad poenam damnatorum Norfolciae in insula exstantes.

Primus Europaeus in Australiam egrediens fuit Gulielmus Janszoon, navigator Nederlandicus, anno 1606. Viginti novem alii navigatores Nederlandici litora occidentalia et australia saeculo septimo decimo exploraverunt, continentem Novam Hollandiam appellantes.[1] Trepangers Mussulmani e Macassar litora septentrionalia post 1720 visitabant, fortasse antea.[2][3] Alii exploratores Europaei secuti sunt, usque ad 1770, cum Iacobus Cook Legatus orientale Australiae litus tabulis geographicis pro Britannia describeret ac rediret, colonizationem apud Botany Bay (nunc Sydneii) Novae Cambriae Australis suadens.[4]

Primus classis navium Britannicarum Botany Bay Ianuario 1788 advenit[5] ad coloniam poenalem constituendam. Saeculo sequente, Britanni alias colonias in continente constituerunt, et exploratores Europaei in regiones interiores indagaverunt. Culturae Australianorum Indigenarum magnopere lababant, et numerus hominum morborum introductorum pugnarumque cum colonis causa hoc tempore imminuebatur.

Oeconomia nationalis est duodecima a maxima in orbe terrarum.[6]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Hughes 1987: 47–48.
  2. MacKnight, C. C. (1976), 'The Voyage to Marege': Macassan Trepangers in Northern Australia (Melbourne University Press, ISBN 0522840884).
  3. Regina Ganter (2008), "Muslim Australians: the deep histories of contact," Journal of Australian Studies 32(4). "Archived copy" 
  4. Lewis, Balderstone, et Bowan 2006: 19.
  5. Lewis, Balderstone, et Bowan 2006: 25.
  6. "DFAT.gov.au". DFAT.gov.au. 19 April 1984 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Generalia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Barker, Anthony. 2000. What Happened When: A Chronology of Australia from 1788. Allen & Unwin. Editio interretialis.
  • Bambrick, Susan, ed. 1994. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Australia.
  • Basset, Jan, ed. 1998. The Oxford Illustrated Dictionary of Australian History.
  • Connor, John. 2002. The Australian frontier wars, 1788–1838. Sydneii: UNSW Press. ISBN 0868407569.;
  • Davison, Graeme, John Hirst, et Stuart Macintyre, eds. 2001. The Oxford Companion to Australian History. Loci et investigatio.
  • Galligan, Brian, et Winsome Roberts, eds. 2007. Oxford Companion to Australian Politics.
  • Lewis, Wendy, Simon Balderstone, et John Bowan. 2006. Events That Shaped Australia. New Holland. ISBN 9781741104929.
  • O'Shane, Pat, et al. 2001. Australia: The Complete Encyclopedia.
  • Serle. Percival, ed. 1949. Dictionary of Australian Biography. Editio interretialis.
  • Shaw, John, ed. 1984. Collins Australian Encyclopedia.
  • Taylor, Peter. 1991. The Atlas of Australian History.

Summaria historica[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Atkinson, Alan. 2005. The Europeans in Australia: A History. Volume 2: Democracy.
  • Bolton, Geoffrey. 2005. The Oxford History of Australia: Volume 5: 1942–1995. The Middle Way.
  • Clarke, Frank G. 2002. The History of Australia. Editio interretialis.
  • Day, David. 2001. Claiming a Continent: A New History of Australia.
  • Edwards, John. 2005. Curtin's Gift: Reinterpreting Australia's Greatest Prime Minister. Editio interretialis.
  • Hughes, Robert. 1988. The Fatal Shore: The Epic of Australia's Founding.
  • Irving, Terry, et Raewyn Connell. 1992. Class Structure in Australian History. Melburnii: Longman Cheshire.
  • Kelly, Paul. 2008. The End of Certainty: Power, Politics & Business in Australia.
  • Kingston, Beverley. 1993. The Oxford History of Australia: Volume 3: 1860–1900 Glad, Confident Morning.
  • Kociumbas, Jan 1995. The Oxford History of Australia: Volume 2: 1770–1860 Possessions.
  • Macintyre, Stuart. 1993. The Oxford History of Australia: Volume 4: 1901–42, the Succeeding Age.
  • Macintyre, Stuart. 2009. A Concise History of Australia. Ed. 2a. Loci et investigatio. ISBN 0521601010.
  • Martin, A. W. 1993 & 1999. Robert Menzies: A Life. 2 vol. ACLS e-books
  • McQueen, Humphrey. 1970. A New Britannia. Brisbani: University of Queensland Press.
  • Megalogenis, George. 2008. The Longest Decade. Ed. 2a.
  • Schreuder, Deryck, et Stuart Ward, eds. 2008. Australia's Empire. Oxford History of the British Empire Companion Series. Loci et investigatio.
  • Welsh, Frank. 2008. Australia: A New History of the Great Southern Land.

Prima historia maritima[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Boxer, Charles R. 1988. Dutch Merchants and Mariners in Asia, 1602–1795. Collected Studies Series. Variorum.
  • Day, Alan. 2009. The A to Z of the Discovery and Exploration of Australia. The A to Z Guide Series. Scarecrow Press.
  • Dash, Mike. 2002. Batavia's Graveyard: The True Story of the Mad Heretic Who Led History's Bloodiest Mutiny. Weidenfeld & Nicolson. ISBN 0575070242.
  • Duyker, Edward, ed. 1992. The Discovery of Tasmania: Journal Extracts from the Expeditions of Abel Janszoon Tasman and Marc-Joseph Marion Dufresne 1642 & 1772. St David's Park Publishing et Tasmanian Government Printing Office, Hobart.
  • Duyker, Edward. 1999. Mirror of the Australian Navigation by Jacob Le Maire: A Facsimile of the ‘Spieghel der Australische Navigatie . . .’ Being an Account of the Voyage of Jacob Le Maire and Willem Schouten 1615–1616 published in Amsterdam in 1622. Sydneii: Hordern House pro Australian National Maritime Museum.
  • Edwards, Hugh. 1966. Islands of Angry Ghosts: Murder, Mayhem and Mutiny: The Story of the Batavia. Londinii: Hodder and Stoughton.
  • Friedrich, Susanne, Arndt Brendecke, et Stefan Ehrenpreis, eds. 2015. Transformations of Knowledge in Dutch Expansion. Pluralisierung & Autorität, 44. Walter de Gruyter GmbH.
  • Heeres, J. E. 1899. The Part Borne by the Dutch in the Discovery of Australia 1606–1765. Royal Dutch Geographical Society in Commemoration of the XXVth Anniversary of Its Foundation.
  • Heeres J. E., ed. 1898. Abel Janszoon Tasman's Journal of His Discovery of Van Diemen's Land and New Zealand in 1642. Amstelodami.
  • Henderson, J. 1999. Sent Forth a Dove: The Discovery of Duyfken.
  • Hughes, Robert. 1987. The Fatal Shore. Novi Eboraci: Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN 0394506685.
  • Huigen, Siegfried, et Jan L. de Jong. 2010. The Dutch Trading Companies as Knowledge Networks (Intersections). Brill.
  • Jacob, Trevor K. 1987. Southland: The Maritime Exploration of Australia. Ministry of Education, Western Australia.
  • Kenny, John. 1995. Before the First Fleet: European Discovery of Australia, 1606–1777. Kangaroo Press.
  • McHugh, Evan. 2006. 1606: An Epic Adventure. New South Books. University of New South Wales Press.
  • Mundle, Rob. 2016. Great South Land: How Dutch Sailors found Australia and an English Pirate almost beat Captain Cook. ABC Books. ISBN 9780733332371
  • Murdoch, Priscilla. 1974. Duyfken and the First Discoveries of Australia. Artarmon, N.S.W.: Antipodean Publishers.
  • Mutch, T. D. 1942. The First Discovery of Australia: With an Account of the Voyage of the "Duyfken" and the Career of Captain Willem Jansz. Sydneii: iterum impresses ex Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society 28, pars 5.
  • Parthesius, Robert. 2010. Dutch Ships in Tropical Waters: The Development of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) Shipping Network in Asia 1595–1660. Amsterdam Studies in the Dutch Golden Age. Amsterdam University Press.
  • Pearson, Michael. 2005. Great Southern Land: The Maritime Exploration of Terra Australis. Australian Government Department of the Environment and Heritage.
  • Peters, Nonja, ed. 2006. The Dutch Down Under 1606–2006. University of Western Australia Press.
  • Schilder, Günter. 1976. Australia Unveiled: the Share of Dutch Navigators in the Discovery of Australia. Amstelodami: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.
  • Schilder, Günter. 1984. The Netherland Nautical Cartography from 1550 to 1650.
  • Schilder, Günter, et Hans Kok. 2010. Sailing for the East: History and Catalogue of Manuscript Charts on Vellum of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), 1602–1799. Brill. ISBN 9789061942603.
  • Shaw, Lindsey, et Wendy Wilkins. 2006. Dutch Connections: 400 Years of Australian-Dutch Maritime Links, 1606–2006. Sydneii: Australian National Maritime Museum.
  • Sigmond, J. P., et L. H. Zuiderbaan. 1979. Dutch Discoveries of Australia: Shipwrecks, Treasures and Early Voyages off the West Coast. Adelaidopoli: Rigby.

Fontes primarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Clark, C. M. H. ed. 1950. Select documents in Australian history. 2 vol.
  • Kemp, Rod, and Marion Stanton, eds. 2004. Speaking for Australia: Parliamentary Speeches That Shaped Our Nation. Allen & Unwin. Editio interretialis.
  • Crowley, Frank, ed. 1973. A documentary history of Australia. 5 vol. Melburnii: Wren. 1. Colonial Australia, 1788-1840. 2. Colonial Australia, 1841-1874. 3. Colonial Australia, 1875-1900. 4. Modern Australia, 1901-1939. 5. Modern Australia, 1939-1970.
  • Daniels, Kay, ed. 1989. Australia's women, a documentary history: from a selection of personal letters, diary entries, pamphlets, official records, government and police reports, speeches, and radio talks. Ed. 2a. University of Queensland Press.
  • Teale, Ruth, ed. 1978. Colonial Eve: sources on women in Australia, 1788-1914. Melburnii: Oxford University Press.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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