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The Analog Antiquarian

Chronicles of worldly wonders.

  • By Jimmy Maher
  • Based in Denmark
  • Roughly two posts per month

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Most recent posts

Chapter 3: The Plan
Ferdinand Magellan was a proud and stubborn man, but he wasn’t an impulsive one. After his humiliation at the hands of King Manuel convinced him to break with Portugal, he remained in his homeland for …
On , by Jimmy Maher, 4,728 words
Chapter 2: The Young Man and the Sea
We know shockingly little about the early life of Ferdinand Magellan. We don’t even know for sure in which year he was born; historians have generally settled upon the suspiciously round number of 1480, but …
On , by Jimmy Maher, 3,923 words
Bibliography and Suggested Further Reading
Addis, Ferdinand. The Eternal City: A History of Rome. New York: Pegasus, 2018. Allen, Robert C. Global Economic History: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University, 2011. Andrea, Alfred J. and Andrew Holt, ed. Seven …
On , by Jimmy Maher, 1,342 words