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The fabled mystery ship the Mary Celeste was also built on the Bay.
It is among the most probable locations of the fabled ancient Land of Punt.
The fabled Spice Islands were on the imagination of Europe since ancient times.
Roman sources identify the fabled Mattium, beyond the Eder, as the capital of the Chatti.
But neither Ptolemy, nor Rome, nor Alexander was able to see the fabled regions of the East Pacific.
In 986, a Danish invasion fleet led by the fabled Jomsvikings was defeated at the Battle of Hjörungavágr.
When the carrack and then the caravel were developed in Iberia, European thoughts returned to the fabled East.
Dias was also charged with searching for the lands ruled by Prester John, who was a fabled Christian priest and ruler.
Captain Jack Sparrow is on a quest to find the fabled Fountain of Youth and crosses paths with a former lover, Angelica.
A former pupil of the school William Webb Ellis, is often fabled with the invention of running with the ball in hand in 1823.
Baldry touted Stewart's abilities to Melody Maker magazine and the group enjoyed a weekly residence at London's fabled Marquee Club.
With the opening of the silver mines in Zacatecas and Bolivia's Potosí in 1546 large shipments of silver became the fabled source of wealth.
Golf's first superstar Harry Vardon, a member of the fabled Great Triumvirate who were pioneers of the modern game, won the Open a record six times.
In 1539, Estevanico was one of four men who accompanied Marcos de Niza as a guide in search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola, preceding Coronado.
A weakened political entity with a reduced economic and military capability and fabled riches would have then been more vulnerable to human predators.
Gomes was able to convince the Emperor Charles to finance a new expedition to find a northern passage to the Spice Islands, the fabled Northwest Passage.
In May, 1596, Rijp was named captain of the second of two ships commissioned to Barents by Dutch merchants to discover the fabled Northeast Passage to the East Indies.
The event was instituted in commemoration of the fabled run of the Greek soldier Pheidippides, a messenger from the Battle of Marathon to Athens, who reported the victory.
In 1595, after capturing de Berrio to obtain information while conducting an expedition to find the fabled city of El Dorado, the Englishman Sir Walter Raleigh sailed down the river, reaching the savannah country.
As a result of these voyages of exploration, the Portuguese became the first Europeans to discover and to reach the fabled Spice Islands of Malaysia, Indonesia and the Indies in addition to discovering their sea routes.