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I have been reading articles about past discoveries of unknown territories, mostly to Western adventurers and navigators, and a lot of them are controversial. This is because new information are coming putting doubts on the veracity of the discoverer's accounts. Take for example, Ferdinand Magellan's feat of circumnavigating the globe in search of spices in the New World. There were accounts that the slave that they took from Portugal understood and spoke the language of the indigenous people they found in the Asia-Pacific. This means that the slave was the first to circle the globe, not Magellan.
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