Labrador: its discovery, exploration, and development . 529, Wolfenbuttel B 1530, Ricardina1540, Deslien 1541, Sebastian Cabot 1544, and Descliers1546, the peculiarities of which will be discussed later. The maps known as the Egerton Portulan 1507,Ruysch 1508, and Majiolo 1511, are more crude in theirdelineation, but are all interesting, as they embody theidea that the newly found countries were the easternportion of Asia. The Ruysch map is particularly im-portant to us as it shows the veritable Greenland, sonamed, and Newfoundland labelled, for the first time, Terra Nova, but Labrador is not
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