Itinerariu[m] Portugalle[n]siu[m] e Lusitania in India[m] [et] in de in occidentem [et] demum ad aquilonem. [Milan: Johannes Angelus Scinzenzeler], M.D.VIII [1508].

This work is a translation into Latin, with the focus on Portugal, of Fracanzano da Montalboddo's famous compilation of 1507, Paesi novamenti retrovati. It contains descriptions of the voyages of Vasco da Gama in 1498, Cabral in 1500, three Columbus voyages, and Vespucci's third voyage, 1501-1502. As the map on the title page makes clear, which ignores America, it was the voyages from Lisbon to Calicut that mattered at the time, not the voyages to Brazil. (The convention had not yet become established to orient all maps with north at the top; in this instance, west is at the top.)

(Annals of Colonial Brazil, an exhibition at the JCB in 2000)