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HIST 100.02 Beloved or Dangerous: Cities in Latin American History

Prof. Jennifer Schaefer - Fall 2021

Special Collections books

A map of Tenochtitlan in book by Ramusio

A map of Tenochtitlan, drawn by Jacopo Gastaldi, cosmographer of the Venetian Republic. It's in a compilation of travel writings by the Venetian diplomat and geographer Giovanni Battista Ramusio (1565) that includes 50 travel memoirs, including Marco Polo, Magellan, and Cortes. More info in Catalyst...