THE EARLIEST DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS ON AMERICA, THE PAPAL BULLS OF 1493 AND THE TREATY OF TORDESILLAS REPRODUCED AND TRANSLATED.

With Historical Introduction and Explanatory Notes by Paul Gottschalk.

  • Berlin: Paul Gottschalk, 1927.
  • folio
  • quarter vellum, cloth
  • 91 pages, 130 plates

Price: $1,750.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 104027

172 copies printed of which 150 are for sale. This volume is an examination and translation of the Bulls of Pope Alexander VI issued in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. They are the earliest documents relating to the diplomatic history of America. With a preface, an historical introduction, an examination of the papal bulls, and a discussion of international and maritime law and colonization. Latin text with English translations. 130 black-and-white plates of documents and registers and maps dispersed throughout. With a bibliographical list and a selected list of maps. Soiling to vellum. Cloth curled away from vellum slightly on front cover, corners bumped with minor wear to extremities.

THE EARLIEST DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS ON AMERICA, THE PAPAL BULLS OF 1493 AND THE TREATY OF TORDESILLAS REPRODUCED AND TRANSLATED. Paul Gottschalk.
THE EARLIEST DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS ON AMERICA, THE PAPAL BULLS OF 1493 AND THE TREATY OF TORDESILLAS REPRODUCED AND TRANSLATED.
THE EARLIEST DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS ON AMERICA, THE PAPAL BULLS OF 1493 AND THE TREATY OF TORDESILLAS REPRODUCED AND TRANSLATED.
THE EARLIEST DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS ON AMERICA, THE PAPAL BULLS OF 1493 AND THE TREATY OF TORDESILLAS REPRODUCED AND TRANSLATED.