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File:Gelderland1601-1603 Mauritius de Nassauw 1601.jpg

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Nederlands: Kaart uit het journaal van het schip De Gelderland. Te zien is een baai in het zuidwesten van Mauritius. In oud-Nederlands staat het volgende erbij geschreven: "Insulde do Cirne nu ghenaemt Mauritius de Nassauw" en "Affconterfeytinghe vant eylant Mauritius aende w. zyde alsmen inde baye opde reede light, alwaer wy vanden 30en september tot den 20en octobris anno 1601 ververscht hebben met onsen 5 schepen. Dit voorschreven eylant is ghelegen op de 20 graden zuyder breedt ende op 107 graden der lengte ofte janner (?) seer naby" en "A. De varsche rivier, B. De plaetse daer de siecken lagen, C. Is de reede daer de schepen ligghen, D. Het gat daermen de Kermisgansen ofte Dronten haelden, E. Den fyninigen bergh, F. De plaetse daermen gewoone waren te visschen, G. De plaetse daer de schepen eerst laghen".
English: Map from the journal of the Dutch ship 'Gelderland'. It shows the bay in the southwest of Mauritius. In old Dutch it says: "Insulde do Cirne nu ghenaemt Mauritius de Nassauw [=Insulde do Cirne now named Mauritius the Nassau]" and "Affconterfeytinghe vant eylant Mauritius aende w. zyde alsmen inde baye opde reede light [= Representation of the island Mauritius at the west side if you lie in the bay's roadsted], alwaer wy vanden 30en september tot den 20en octobris anno 1601 ververscht hebben met onsen 5 schepen [= where we refreshed from 30 September to 20 October 1601 with our 5 ships]. Dit voorschreven eylant is ghelegen op de 20 graden zuyder breedt ende op 107 graden der lengte ofte janner (?) seer naby [= This forementioned island is situated at a latitude of 20 degree South and at 107 degree of longitude of the Janner?? very close by]" and "A. De varsche rivier [= The fresh river], B. De plaetse daer de siecken lagen [= The place where the sick lay], C. Is de reede daer de schepen ligghen [= Is the roadstead where the ships remained], D. Het gat daermen de Kermisgansen ofte Dronten haelden [= The spot where they got the dodo's], E. Den fyninigen bergh [= The fierce mountain], F. De plaetse daermen gewoone waren te visschen [= The place where they usually fished], G. De plaetse daer de schepen eerst laghen [= The place where the ships anchored first]".
Date 1601
date QS:P571,+1601-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
institution QS:P195,Q1857081
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1.04.01, inventory nr 135
place of creation Mauritius
Source/Photographer Nationaal Archief, Den Haag, Archieven van de Compagnieën op Oost-Indië 1.04.01 inventorynumber 135

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