Giovanni Caboto is the name of the Italian explorer who landed in Newfoundland, Canada, but thought that he had found Cathay. The Italian-born explorer in question, known as John Cabot to English-speakers, landed in present-day Canada's northeastern extension even though he thought that he had reached ancient China. The pronunciation of the explorer's name will be "djo-VAN-nee ka-BO-to" in Italian.
john Cabot -----Giovanni Caboto (known in English as John Cabot; c. 1450 - c. 1499) was an Italian navigator and explorer whose 1497 discovery of North America is commonly held to be the second European voyage to the continent since Christopher Columbus a few years earlier.
John Cabot, the Italian explorer, named the new land he found "Newfoundland."
Giovanni da Verrazzano [c. 1485-c. 1528]
Cathay stems from the word "Catai" which is an alternative name for China. A link follows, and it can be found below
Because in 1495 I think an explorer found it in Tennessee a claimed their true spirit animal...... not quite sure though.
henery hudson went on adventures and found the indies as native americans and told the news to the people of the Dutch
John Cabot - 1497John Cabot searched for the Northwest Passage, but never found it. Instead, he found the mainland of North America and claimed it in the name of King Henry VII.
John Cabot, an Italian explorer, discovered Newfoundland in 1497. He was commissioned by the British government. He also likely found the future state of Maine.
Columbus wasn't the explorer who "found" America. The Native Americans were. They used a land bridge made from glaciers. Columbus was thinking he was in India (the spice land).
No explorer found gold in florida.
the Pilgrims claimed it!
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They claimed it as their own
it is found in volcanoes where the Italian area
Jacques Marquette, found and claimed (from the help from the illionois indians) the Mississippi river.
No explorer found any gold in Florida. However, Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto once brought back tons of gold from South America.
Explorer Jack can be found next to Lumbridge General Store.
John Cabot (c.1450 - 1498) John Cabot (Italian) sailed from England in May 1497, with the support of king Henry VII, and claimed New-found-land for England.
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