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Paeninsula Capitis Eboraci

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Paeninsula Capitis Eboraci.
Tabula geographica.

Paeninsula Capitis Eboraci[1] (Anglice Cape York Peninsula) est magna et ultima Terrae Reginae septentrionalis paeninsula in Australia ac maxima deserta inculta in Australia septentrionali sita.[2] Terra plerumque est plana, et circa dimidium regionis ad pecora pascenda adhibetur. Savannae, silvae pluviales tropicae, et alia habitationis genera eucalyptis praedita, quae plerumque imperturbata manent, nunc magni aestimantur, et ob eorum circumiectorum momentum conservantur, sed species animalium plantarumque inutilium introductarum flora et fauna endemica minantur.[3] Anno 1606, Gulielmus Janszoon, nauta Nederlandicus in Duyfken navigans, ad litora Australiana pervenit, primus continentis explorator Europaeus notus, qui paeninsulam invenit.

Lapis commemorativus Edmundi B. C. Kennedy, Cardwell in oppido paeninsulari anno 1948 positum. Anno 1848, Kennedy, assistant-surveyor Novae Cambriae Australis, expeditionem ad paeninsulam explorandam duxerat. Kennedy prope promuntorium Decembri eiusdem anni necatus est, hasta ab indigena coniecta transfixus.
Iter Gulielmi Janszoon in Duyfken anno 1605/1606.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Mittermeier, R. E. et al. (2002), Wilderness: Earth’s last wild places (Mexico City: Agrupación Sierra Madre, S.C.).
  3. Mackey, B. G., H. Nix, et P. Hitchcock (2001), The natural heritage significance of Cape York Peninsula. epa.qld.gov.au Formula:Webarchive.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Haviland, John B., cum Roger Hart. 1998. Old Man Fog and the Last Aborigines of Barrow Point. Bathurst: Crawford House Publishing.
  • Holmes, John. 2011. Contesting the Future of Cape York Peninsula. Australian Geographer 42 (1).
  • Hough, Richard. 1994. Captain James Cook: a biography. Londinii: Hodder and Stroughton. ISBN 0-340-58598-6.
  • Lake, Fiona. 2009. Life as an Australian horseman: images of Australia's largest cattle stations. Photographemata. Hermit Park Terrae Regina: Fiona Lake. ISBN 9780975812914, ISBN 0975812912.
  • Liddell, Rodney. 1991? Cape York: the savage frontier. Dubbo Australiae: CS Printers. ISBN 0646026852.
  • Moon, Ron, et Viv Moon. 2003. Cape York: An Adventurer's Guide. Ed. 9a. Pearcedale Victoriae: Moon Adventure Publications. ISBN 0-9578766-4-5
  • Moore, David R. 1979. Islanders and Aborigines at Cape York: An ethnographic reconstruction based on the 1848-1850 'Rattlesnake' Journals of O. W. Brierly and information he obtained from Barbara Thompson. Canberrae: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. ISBN 0-85575-076-6, ISBN 0-85575-082-0. Editio in Civitatibus Foederatis: ISBN 0-391-00946-X, ISBN 0-391-00948-6.
  • Pike, Glenville. 1979. Queen of the North: A Pictorial History of Cooktown and Cape York Peninsula. G. Pike. ISBN 0-9598960-5-8.
  • Pohlner, Peter. 1986. Gangaurru. Milton Terrae Reginae: Hopevale Mission Board. ISBN 1-86252-311-8
  • Premier's Department, a Connell Wagner praeparatus. 1989. Cape York Peninsula Resource Analysis. Cairns. ISBN 0-7242-7008-6.
  • Roth, W. E. (1897) 1984. The Queensland Aborigines. 3 voll. Editio facsimile. Victoria Park, Western Australia: Hesperian Press. ISBN 0-85905-054-8.
  • Ryan, Michelle, et Colin Burwell, eds. 2000. Wildlife of Tropical North Queensland: Cooktown to Mackay. 3 voll. Brisbane: Queensland Museum. ISBN 0-85905-045-9.
  • Scarth-Johnson, Vera. 2000. National Treasures: Flowering plants of Cooktown and Northern Australia. Cooktown: Vera Scarth-Johnson Gallery Association. ISBN 0-646-39726-5, ISBN 0-646-39725-7.
  • Sharp, Nonie. 1992. Footprints along the Cape York sandbeaches. Canberrae: Aboriginal Studies Press. ISBN 0855752300.
  • Sutton, Peter (ed). 1976. Languages of Cape York: Papers presented to a Symposium organised by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Canberrae: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. ISBN 0-85575-046-4.
  • Trezise, Percy J. 1969. Quinkan Country: Adventures in Search of Aboriginal Cave Paintings in Cape York. Sydneii: A.H. & A.W. Reed.
  • Trezise, Percy J. 1973. Last Days of a Wilderness. Brisbane: William Collins. ISBN 0-00-211434-8.
  • Trezise, Percy J. 1993. Dream Road: A Journey of Discovery. Sydneii: Allen & Unwin, St. Leonards.
  • Wallace, Lennie. 2000. Nomads of the 19th Century Queensland Goldfields. Central Queensland University Press, Rockhampton. ISBN 1-875998-89-6.
  • Wallace, Lennie. 2003. Cape York Peninsula: A History of Unlauded Heroes 1845–2003. Central Queensland University Press, Rockhampton. ISBN 1-876780-43-6.
  • Wynter, Jo, et John Hill. 1991. Cape York Peninsula: Pathways to Community Economic Development. Final Report of The Community Economic Development Projects Cook Shire. Cook Shire Council.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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