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Correspondence from Candia, Crete, 1479-1482.
Correspondence from Candia, Crete, 1479-1482.
Correspondence from Candia, Crete, 1479-1482.
Correspondence from Candia, Crete, 1479-1482.
Correspondence from Candia, Crete, 1479-1482.
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
15th Century, Eastern Hemisphere
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
Letter, 1483 April 5 : Zuane Alvise Morosini, Aleppo, to Domenico Marino, Venice
Correspondence from Modon, Greece, 1482-1484.
Mercantile correspondence from Aleppo, 1484-1486, addressed to Ambrosio Malipiero at Tripoli.
Mercantile correspondence from Aleppo, 1484-1486, addressed to Ambrosio Malipiero at Tripoli.
Mercantile correspondence from Aleppo, 1484-1486, addressed to Ambrosio Malipiero at Tripoli.
Mercantile correspondence from Aleppo, 1484-1486, addressed to Ambrosio Malipiero at Tripoli.
Mercantile correspondence from Aleppo, 1484-1486, addressed to Ambrosio Malipiero at Tripoli.