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'Historia del Mondo Nuovo,' Venice, 1565.—Translated into German by Nicolaus Hoeniger: 'Die Neue Welt und Indianischen Kônigreichs, neue und wahrhaffte geschichte, &c., &c.,' Basel, 1579.—Incorporated in Théodore De Bry 'Grosse Reisen,' Parts 4, 5, and 6.—Of other prints I but mention the latest English translation, published by the Hackluyt Society in 1857 (Vol. 21,) under the title of 'History of the New World, by Girolamo Benzoni,' edited as well as translated by Rear-Admiral W. ...Of this most important book, several translations have appeared, embodying either the whole or only a part.—Thus a French translation of the 'Descripcion de las Indias Occidentales,' appeared at Amsterdam in 1622 twice, and a French translation of the 1st, 2d and 3d Decades, at Paris, 1671.—A Latin version of the 'Descripcion' was also published in 1622, by Colin, at Amsterdam, and a very unreliable English rendering by John Stephens, in 6 vols. 8o, appeared at London in 1725. ...'Relacion á Hernando Cortez, en que trata del Descubrimiento de diversas Ciudades i Provincias, i Guerra que tuvo con los Indios, &c., de la Provincia de Chamula.'—First incorporated in the 'Historia general' of Oviedo y Valdés, again in Barcia's 'Historiadores primitivos de Indias,' and in 'Historiadores primitivos de Indias' of Vedia.—French translation by Ternaux-Compans, in 1st, 'Recueil de pièces concernant la Méxique, &c.'—Also Italian in 'Ramusio,' Vol.
About Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier, the Author:
Under the mentorship of the pioneering anthropologist Lewis Henry Morgan he turned to scholarship, more particularly to archaeological and ethnological work among the Native Americans of the southwestern United States, Mexico and South America. ...In the first field he was in a part of his work connected with the Hemenway Archaeological Expedition and in the second worked for Henry Villard of New York, and for the American Museum of Natural History of the same city.