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The presentation of the results of Alexander von Humboldt's voyage to Carlos IV

AuthorsPuig-Samper Mulero, Miguel Ángel ; Garrido, Elisa
Issue Date2016
PublisherUniversität Potsdam
CitationInternationale Zeitschrift für Humboldt-Studien XVII, 32 (2016), 50-62
AbstractEver since our first research into Alexander von Humboldt's stay in Spain, the absence of an ensuing relationship between the wise Prussian and the Spanish Crown and Authorities had always surprised us. On starting new research, we found that indeed he sent his first work to Carlos IV from Rome accompanied by a letter of gratitude for the protection he had received during his American trip and submission to the Spanish Crown, which we now present. This first literary fruit of his voyage, which Alexander von Humboldt alluded to in the letter is the first instalment of his work Plantes Équinoxiales, Recueillies au Mexique, dans l’ile de Cuba, dans les provinces de Caracas, de Cumana etc., published in Paris in 1805.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.18443/227
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