Сalcoli e conclusioni di Colombo precedenti ai viaggi

Cristoforo Colombo intraprese quattro viaggi verso il Nuovo Mondo –negli anni 1492-1493, 1493-1496, 1498-1500, 1502-1504 –comunicando a tutti di aver raggiunto le terredell’Asia orientale. Tuttavia, la mia ricerca dimostra che il celebre navigatore sin dall’inizio sapeva dove andare e quanto tempo ci avrebbe messo. Infatti, è da tanto tempo (in sostanza, dalla metà del Cinquecento) esiste nella storiografia una versione […]

Mistero contratto di tordesilias

Bolle pontifici e ripartizione del mondo Nel mese di settembre 1479 il Trattato di Alcáçovas divise l’Oceano Atlantico in due parti. Naturalmente, fu necessario il consenso della Castiglia. Pertanto, al fine di perfezionare il Trattato di Alcáçovas il 21 giugno 1481 Papa Sisto IV invitò entrambe le parti al tavolo dei negoziati e fece loro conoscere il contenuto della bolla […]

Some words about “Molla Nasreddin” journal and teaching problems

The first number of Molla Nasreddin journal was published in 1906, April 7 in Tbilisi. It has been issued in 1906 – 1918 in Tbilisi, in 1921 in Tabriz, in 1922 – 1931 in Baki. The editor and author was Jalil Mammedguluzadeh. Entering the living sphere and being led by the open minded intellectualist as J.Mammedguluzadeh rejoiced the liberty friends […]

Duarte Pacheco Pereira and unofficial discovery of Brazil

Some historians note in accordance with the treaty concluded in Alcasovas that, Portuguese sea travelers had discovered lands located below the 28th parallel and in the western part of the Atlantic Ocean before 1479, but hadn’t registered it officially. It means that, those lands became property of Portugal in accordance with the bull of the Pope Sixtus IV. At the result of it, […]

The first Spanish travelers in Brazil

King Manuel I, who attached special importance to expeditions in the Atlantic Ocean, knew that, leaders of previous expeditions were experienced and skilful navigators and captains. So he couldn’t entrust inexperienced person with the “discovery” of Brazil. The king had two purposes in sending Cabral’s expedition to the Atlantic Ocean: to send marine under the leadership of the person, who […]

Christopher Columbus, Nasiraddin Tusi and real discovery of Amerika Preface

The book is about obscurities of the history of scientific investigations and geographical discoveries including actual issues, which haven’t been discovered and analyzed enough. The author of the book Ramiz Gasimov Ali is a veteran of Karabakh war and works in the Oil Refining Factory of SOCAR as a worker. He has graduated from secondary school only. He has started […]

“Discovery of Brazil” – Preface

Scientists working in the field of history of geographical discoveries carry out some important works related discovery of America and create new scientific research works in order to elucidate this topical problem. Always difference of opinion occurs between scientists of this field and every created work has special significance in the field of geography. R. Daniz has answered questions, which […]

Bulls of Popes or division of the world

Portuguese appropriated north-western coasts of Africa when Castilia was busy with the war for freedom against Arabians. As Portuguese wanted to legalize it, they asked Nicolas V, who had owned throne of Saint Peter in Vatican, to sign a decree. The bull “Dum diversas” was signed on June 18, 1452 and it was the first historical document on division of […]

Alonso Sanchez de Huelva and Christopher Columbus

Theoretically, half of Floridian peninsula, Anthills, Mexico and South America became properties of Portugal. After “Aeterna Regis” came into force, historians began to note that, America had been discovered by Portuguese seamen before 1481 and this fact had been kept secret till the convenient time. This thought was defended by all annalists of XVI century – Bartolome de las Casas, Francisco Lopez de Gomara […]

Discovery of Brazil” – The discovery full of enigmas

Most scientists, even the most famous scientists of geography, history of geographical discoveries and history accepted geographical discoveries without investigating some events concerning concrete discovery and such discoveries went down in history as “casual discoveries”. “Casual” discovery of Brazil is obvious case of it. They explained it as following: two strong currents moving towards west and northeast current existing on […]

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