Færoæ & Færoa reserata, that is, A description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe

being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg. 10 min. of North latitude : wherein several secrets of nature are brought to light, and some antiquities hitherto kept in darkness discovered
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Printed by F.L. for William Iles ... , [London]
Faroe Islands -- Description and tr
Other titlesDescription of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe, Description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe.
Statementwritten in Danish by Lucas Jacobson Debes ... ; Englished by J.S. ... ; illustrated with maps.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 560:5.
ContributionsSterpin, Jean.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[26], 1, 408 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16771032M

Faeroe, & Foeroa Referata: THAT IS A DESCRIPTION OF THE Jslands & Jnhabitants OF FOEROE: BEING Seventeen Islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg. 10 min. of North Latitude.

Wherein several Secrets of Nature are brought to Light, and. Færoœ, et Fœroa that is that is a description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe: being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg.

10 min. of north latitude. Wherein several secrets of nature are brought to light, and some antiquities hitherto kept in darkness discovered. Færoæ & Færoa reserata, that is, A description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe: being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg.

10 min. of North latitude: wherein several secrets of nature are brought to light, and some antiquities hitherto kept in darkness discovered. Internet Archive BookReader Færoœ, et Fœroa reserata: that is a description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe: being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg.

10 min. of north latitude. Wherein several secrets of nature are brought to light, and some antiquities hitherto kept in darkness discovered. Faeroae, & Faeroa Reserata: That is a Description of the Islands & Inhabitants of Foeroe. Translated by Jean Sterpin. London, Cited by: Færoæ & Færoa reserata, that is, A description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg.

10 min. of North latitude: wherein several secrets of nature are brought to light, and some antiquities hitherto kept in darkness discovered / written in Danish by. Færoæ & Færoa reserata, Einars Prent og Forlag, Tórshavn (reprint) Færoæ, & Færoa reserata: That is a description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe: being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, printed by F.

for William Iles, London ( p.). Faroe Islands, also spelled Faeroe Islands, Faroese Føroyar, Danish Færøerne, group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean between Iceland and the Shetland Islands. They form a self-governing overseas administrative division of the kingdom of are 17 inhabited islands.

Debes (Lucas Jacobsen). Faeroae, & Foeroa Reserata: that is a Description of the Islands & In Unreserved Printed Books including a selection.

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Færoæ & Færoa reserata, that is, A description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg. 10 min. of North latitude: wherein several secrets of nature are brought to light, and some antiquities hitherto kept in darkness discovered / written in Danish by Lucas Jacobson Debes.

The Faroe Islands (/ˈfɛəroʊ/; Faroese: Føroyar, pronounced [ˈfœɹjaɹ]; Danish: Færøerne, pronounced [ˈfæɐ̯øːˀɐnə]), or the Faeroe Islands, is a North Atlantic archipelago located kilometres ( mi) north-northwest of Scotland, and about halfway between Norway and g code: + Debes’ account was of enough interest to an English audience for it to be translated three years later under its full title, Færoæ & Færoa reserata, that is, A description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark, lying under 62 deg.

10 min. of North latitude: wherein several secrets of. Lucas Jacobsøn Debes, Faeroae & Faeroa reserata, that is, a description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe written in Danish by Lucas Jacobson Debes Englished by J.

([London], Author: Felicity Henderson. The Faroe Islands are an archipelago of 18 mountainous islands, located half way between Scotland and Iceland in the Northeast Atlantic, with a total land area of 1, square kilometres, a sea area ofsquare kilometres and a population of just un The language of the Faroe Islands is Faroese.

It is a Nordic language, which derives from the language of the Norsemen, who. Iceland. Iceland is mentioned for the first time in a book written in AD by an Irish monk named relates of Irish monks living there who were forced to flee from Northmen arriving to the island.

Today place names like Papey and Papafjorður are reminders of their presence. Diculus was a learned Irish monk who lived in St. Denis in France, probably at the court school, in the. Books shelved as faroe-islands: The Old Man and His Sons by Heðin Brú, The Blood Strand by Chris Ould, Far Afield by Susanna Kaysen, Barbara by Jørgen-Fr.

A Description of the Feroe Islands Containing an Account of Their Situation, Climate, and Productions: Together with the Manners, and Customs, of the Inhabitants, Their Trade, &C. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Faeroae & Faeroa Reserata: That is, a description of the islands and inhabitants of Foeroe, trans.

Sterpin. London, UK: Printed by F.L. for William Iles. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG). Author: Russell Fielding. Debes, L. Faeroae & Faeroa reserata, that is, a description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe (William Iles, ).

Brück, J. Ritual Author: Jessica Smyth. Book Description of his voyages along the coast of Africa, including 12 engraved maps and 30 engraved plates. Available in the library and as an e-book. Online Resource Read status Add note Færoæ, & Færoa Referata: that is a description of the Islands & Inhabitants of Foeroe.

the Faroe Islands in summer is the large number of breeding birds.

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Millions of birds come to the Faroe Islands each summer to breed. A total of birdFile Size: 5MB. Surveys have shown that the Faroe Islands have the lowest crime rate in the world. There has only been one murder on the islands in the past 26 years.

Not exactly rich pickings for a crime novel you might think. And yet that’s partly what makes it irresistible. To take something so pure and mess with it. When we heard that Craig Robertson’s upcoming book The Last Refuge would be set in the Faroe Islands, at first we thought it was a brilliant idea.

Robertson is a Scottish author of some repute, and the Faroes form a remote rocky outpost up in the North Sea somewhere peopled by. The Faroe Islands are a self-governing nation with extensive autonomous powers within the Kingdom of Denmark. The Faroese political system is a variation of the Scandinavian style of parlia-mentarian democracy, with a legislative assembly, the Løgting, and a government, Føroya Landsstýri, headed by the Løgmaður (Prime Minister).

The book at hand is a reflection on the boundaries and contrasts that define place and identity from a small­islands perspective.

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Firouz Gaini is teaching at the University of the Faroe Islands and the Norwegian University of Science and : Firouz Gaini. The Faroe Islands are eighteen islands off the coast of Northern Europe, between the Norwegian Sea and the north Atlantic area is 1, square kilometres ( sq.

mi), and has no major lakes or are 1, kilometres ( mi) of coastline, and no land boundaries with any other country. The only island that does not have anybody living on it is Lítla l and largest city: Tórshavn, 62°00′N 06°47′W /.

The Faroes are a paradise for fell-walkers and ornithologists who accept the pyrotechnically unpredictable climate. Designer-mown by shaggy sheep, fields are blissfully bouncy under-foot. Pastures gleam with the greener-than-green hue of divine billiard tables.

Peeping puffins, dive-bombing skuas and wheeling fulmars glide over dizzying chasms. Bid Live at Dominic Winter Auctions's Unreserved Printed Books including a selection from the Library of Alan & Joan Tucker auction.

Faeroae, & Foeroa Reserata: that is a Description of the Islands & Inhabitants of Foeroe: Being Seventeen Islands Subject Live. Estimate 70 - GBP. Tað er enska útgávan av bókini hjá Lucas Debes Færoæ, & Færoa reserata: That is a description of the islands & inhabitants of Foeroe: being seventeen islands subject to the King of Denmark (London ).

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Sunday, 13 July Glaciation of the Faroe Islands Here is a link to a very interesting presentation found on the web on the glaciation of the Faroe Islands. There. Licensed to YouTube by. AdRev for a 3rd Party (on behalf of Music Bed (Music Bed)); AdRev Publishing, ASCAP, LatinAutor, and 8 Music Rights Societies.

This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our 2/5(1). The Next Great Scandinavian Destination. Located midway between Iceland and Scotland, the Faroe Islands, a cluster of dramatic basalt crags soaring out .