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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHEASTERN PHILIPPINESIñigo St, Obrero, Davao City, Davao del Sur.DOCUMENT ANALYSIS: FIRST VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLDBY ANTONIO PIGAFETTAREADINGS IN PHILIPPINE HISTORYSUBMITTED TO: SIR FRANCIS SANICORPH TeacherSUBMITTED BY: IAN HARVEY A. LABUSTROBSCS-2ASeptember 25, 2019DOCUMENT ANALYSIS: FIRST VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD
BY ANTONIO PIGAFETTAAcclaimed Italian explorer conceived in Vicenza around 1490 and kicked thebucket in a similar city in 1534, who is also known by the name of AntonioLombardo or Francisco Antonio Pigafetta. At first connected to the request forRhodes, which was Knight, went to Spain in 1519, joined by Monsignor FranciscoChiericato, and was made accessible from Carlos V to advance the organizationstarted by the Catholic Rulers in the Atlantic. At that time, Pigafetta says how heheard about Magellan's expedition when he was in Barcelona in 1519, and wish toknow about the globe, he asked for and received approval to join the trip. Beforelong he turned into an incredible companionship with Magellan’s, who went with,together with Juan Sebastián Elcano, in the popular campaign to the Moluccasstarted in August of 1519 and completed in September 1522. The record of Pigafetta is the absolute most significant source about the voyage ofcircumnavigation, in spite of its inclination to incorporate astonishing precision. Hetook notes day by day. Pigafetta's work quickly turned into an exemplary that madenoticed by the artistic men in the West like William Shakespeare, etc. — alluded tothe book in their understanding of the New World. Pigafetta's travelogue is one ofthe most significant essential sources in the investigation of the pre-colonialPhilippines. Antonio Pigafetta, the author of The First Voyage around the World, indeed has theauthority on the subject for he witnessed those all that happen. As an explorer, he is

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