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Under Vitus Bering"s command

new perspectives on the Russian Kamchatka expeditions = Pod komandovaniem Vitusa Beringa : novye perspektivy v izuchenii Kamchatskikh ėkspedit︠s︡iĭ

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Published by Aarhus University Press, Lavis Marketing] in Aarhus, [Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bering, Vitus Jonassen, -- 1681-1741 -- Travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Peter Ulf Møller and Natasha Okhotina Lind.
    SeriesBeringiana -- v. 1
    ContributionsMøller, Peter Ulf., Okhotina-Lind, N. A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG296.B4 U534 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination304 p. :
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19968174M
    ISBN 108772889322
    ISBN 109788772889320
    LC Control Number2007464541


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Under Vitus Bering's Command (Berengiana) Paperback – Decem by Natasha Lind (Author), Peter Ulf Moller (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating4/5(1).

Under Vitus Bering's command. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press ; Oxford: Lavis Marketing, (OCoLC) Named Person: Vitus Jonassen Bering; Vitus Jonassen Bering: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Ulf Møller; Natalʹi︠a︡ Okhotina-Lind.

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Buy Under Vitus Bering's Command by Peter Ulf Moller, Natasha Okhotina Lind from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Pages: Under Vitus Bering's Command New Perspectives on the Russian Kamchatka Expeditions Edited by Natasha Okhotina Lind Peter Ulf Møller From until his death inVitus Bering commanded two of the most ambitious journeys of exploration in the 18th century.

Bag om Under Vitus Bering's Command De russiske Kamtjatka-ekspeditioner ( og ) under kommando af danskeren Vitus Bering er en af opdagelsesrejsernes verdensklassikere.

En række lande har særlig interesse i disse ekspeditioner. Lind, Natasha Okhotina & Møller, Peter Ulf (red.): “Under Vitus Bering's Command. New Perspectives on the Russian Kamchatka Expeditions”, Beringiana I, Aarhus Natasha Okhotina Lind: “The Impact of the Kamchatka Expeditions on the Russian Empire, Danish-Russian Cultural Relations ”.

Hillerød: Museum of National History. Vitus Bering’s wax seal. In the center, a bear holding a ring that “spells” bear-ring, that is “Bering”. It consisted of several marine detachments plus one academic detachment, all of them under the supreme command of Vitus Bering.

Lind, Natasha Okhotina; Møller, Peter Ulf, eds. (), Under Vitus Bering's Command: New Perspectives on the Russian Kamchatka Expeditions, Beringiana, Aarhus, Denmark: Aarhus University Press, ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv.

This section of the book also suffers from a lack of detailed maps. Although commander Vitus Bering and many of his crew died here on the uninhabited island, most recovered thanks to Steller's treatments with green plants rich in vitamins and fresh meat from sea otters, as well as his general care, encouragement, and organization.

Under Vitus Bering's Command (Berengiana) by Natasha Okhotina Lind, Peter Ulf Moller, Peter Ulf Møller, Natalʹi͡a͡ Okhotina-Lind Paperback, Pages, Published by Aarhus University Press ISBNISBN: Bering's last expedition sailed in September of from Okhotsk accompanied by the St. Paul under the command of Aleksei Chirikov.

After wintering in Kamchatka, Bering and Chirikov sailed into the Pacific Ocean from Petrovskaia (Petropavlovsk) in June of The dual commanders became permanently separated by fog or storms on June Sven Waxell () was the Swedish second-in-command to Vitus Bering when his men made their North American landfall.

[See Bering entry] This expedition used a wildly speculative map drawn by Joseph-Nicolas de L’Isle, revised in Bering, at age sixty, was ill with scurvy early in the voyage and Read moreabout:Waxell Sven.

As I begin the walk, being careful not to slip or lose balance, I can’t help but picture naturalist Georg Steller stepping ashore into this new world.

Fresh from his crossing of what is today known as the Bering Strait, Steller was under the command of Danish explorer Vitus Bering. From "Joao-da-Gama-Land", Bering's group was to set out farther east to the coast of North America.

The second Pacific division was under the command of the Danish captain Martin Spangberg diedwho had accompanied Bering on the First Kamchatka Expedition, and had been charged with exploring the sea route from Okhotsk to Japan and China.

Stephen R. Bown’s account of the doomed expedition of Vitus Bering, Island of the Blue Foxes, was the lone B.C.-published book to make the longlist from among non-fiction entries for the $30, RBC Taylor Prize. It was later shortlisted. Now Island of the Blue Foxes: Disaster and Triumph on Bering’s Great Voyage to Alaska has won the Wilfrid Eggleston Award for Non Fiction as part of.

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vitus bering signs on with russia --chapter two. never on land had so many gone so far --chapter three. into the icy sea --chapter four. a dream of empire --chapter five. set up to fail --chapter six. letters home: anna bering in command --part two: voyage to america --chapter seven.

steller signs on with bering. In two Russian ships were outfitted at Kamchatcha and inunder Vitus Bering - a Dane - sailed north and discovered the straits between Asia and America that today bear his name.

They returned again to Kamchatcha and in a second expedition under command of Bering and Cherikoff sailed along the present coast of Alaska. Georg Wilhelm Steller, a German botanist in Russian exploratory mission under Vitus Bering, claims to see the Alaska, American mainland and becomes a pioneer of Alaskan natural history Georg Wilhelm Steller, Vitus Bering, Natural History, Botany, YearJ s, Russian Empire, Science, 18th Century, Science and.

There is no good place to begin a review of such a book. Because it "begins" all at once and "ends" all at once. Konrad Bayer's The Head of Vitus Bering is a phantasmagoric staccato nightmare of cannibalism and torture swirling in a tornado of anachronism and confused stories, none of which make an impact individually, but when combined into a stew of mixed syntax, somehow makes sense/5(11).

Book Description: Vitus Jonassen Bering () is a towering figure in the history of exploration. In the course of two expeditions that consumed most of his adult life-and eventually led to his death-he journeyed from St. Petersburg to Siberia and ultimately to the northwest coast of America.

Vitus Bering (also sometimes spelled as Behring) was a Danish navigator whose exploration of the Bering Strait and Alaska prepared the way for a Russian foothold on the North American continent.

Behring was born in in Horsens, Denmark, and was sent by Tsar Peter the Great on an expedition in to see if the continents of Asia and. AnnA hAlAger lives in Copenhagen. her desire to translate this book was triggered by a visit to the Frankfurt Book Fair in and an international workshop two months later entitled “Under Vitus Bering’s Command” in Copenhagen hosted by the two authors of this book.

Biography •. Steller’s sea cow. Steller’s sea cow, a member of the family Sirenia, related to manatees and dugongs, was only just discovered in by Russian hunters that shipwrecked near what is known today as Bering Island (the ship was under the command of Captain Vitus Bering).

The hunters discovered that, due to the incredible size of the sea cow (32 feet long and up to 24, pounds), they. Piotr” under Bering’s command and “Sv. Pavel”, captained by Alexei Chirikov - who accompanied the first expedition - left the port of Okhotsk towards Kamchatka.

They sailed through the passage between the southernmost tip of Kamchatka and the northernmost of the Kuril Islands, and neared their destination by September Vitus Bering (Behring) – Vitus Bering was a Danish navigator in the Russian Navy and the first European to discover Alaska and its surrounding islands.

The Bering Strait is among several northern landmarks that earned their name from the explorer’s. This Chart was Compiled on the Siberian Expedition under the Command of Navy Captain Bering from Tobolsk to the Chukotkan Corner Vitus Jonassen Bering (–) was born in Denmark but spent most of his adult life in the Russian navy.

Vitus Jonassen Bering (baptised 5 Augustdied 19 December ) also known as Ivan Ivanovich Bering was a Danish born explorer in Russian service, and an officer in the Russian is known for his two explorations of the north-eastern coast of the Asian continent and from there the western coast on the North American continent.

Book series Open. danmarkshistorier; 50 højdepunkter; Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity; AAU Reports; Acta Jutlandica; Æstetikstudier; Antropologiske studier; Asterisk; Beringiana; Bibel og historie; Black Sea Studies; Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism; Dansk kommentar til Det nye Testamente; Dansk Naturvidenskabs Historie; Dansk.

In command of the expedition was Danish-born Vitus Jonassen Bering, who, following a distinguished military career, was personally appointed by the Tsar. During this expedition, Bering was able to fill in a number of the “white spaces” on the map of the empire, and for the first time, was able to chart Russia’s Arctic and Siberian coastline.

Vitus Jonassen Bering (also, less correctly, "Behring") (August – Decem ) was a Danish-born navigator in the service of the Russian Navy, a captain-"komandor" known among the Russian sailors as Ivan was born in the city of Horsens in Denmark and died at Bering Island, near the Kamchatka Peninsula.

After a voyage to the East Indies, he joined the fleet of the. On June 4,Georg Wilhelm Steller set sail from Avacha Bay in Siberia on the St. Peter, under the command of Vitus Bering. The crew was bound for America on the last leg of an expedition whose mission was to explore, describe, and map Russia s vast lands from the Ural Mountains across Siberia to the Kamchatka Peninsula, and possibly lay.

Bering sighted the St. Elias Mountains in Alaska on J and the scientist Georg Wilhelm Steller led a landing party. This feat is credited with the "official" discovery by Russia and the first reliable information on the land.

Bering established Russia's claim to northwestern North America. Vitus Jonassen Bering, the Danish navigator and notable explorer, was born in Horsens, Jutland in Inclination and circumstance drew Bering to the sea at an early age, and at 22 he joined the Russian Navy and quickly climbed the ranks.

The Vitus Bering monument was erected in It is the oldest monument in PPK. It is dedicated to the founder of PPK. Vitus Bering arrived in Avacha Bay in He named the area Petropavlovsk, after his ships, the St. Peter and St. Paul. Bering was actually Danish, and 43 TripAdvisor reviews. Eighteenth-century Danish explorer Vitus Bering led historic expeditions to the Russian Far East and Alaska under the patronage of Peter the Great, and his wife Anna Christina accompanied him on his expedition to Okhotsk in The sixteen letters that they wrote over the following year make up the core of this volume, which features facing-page translations from the original German.

The. BERING (Behring), VITUS (), Danish navigator, was born in at Horsens. In he entered the Russian navy, and served in the Swedish war. A series of explorations of the north coast of Asia, the outcome of a far-reaching plan devised by Peter the Great, led up to Bering.

In the summer ofVitus Jonassen Bering (‒) sailed in his first Pacific voyage along the Russian coast from Kamchatka to the Arctic Ocean through the waterway that subsequently became known as the Bering Strait.

In his last major official act as tsar, in Peter the Great had commissioned this journey to determine if Asia and North America were connected by land. This book. Book Detail. Great Russian Navigator A. I. Chirikov - The. by Divin, Price: $ Aleksei Chirikov, Vitus Bering's second in command, contributed greatly to the organization, preparation, and successes of Bering's first two North Pacific expeditions.

In fact, he reached Alaska a day and a half ahead of Bering.Saint Vitus' Dance by Jill Rubalcaba ( ) Vitus: Webster's Timeline History, - by Icon Group International ( ) Vitus Bering the Discover of Bering Strait by Frederick Schwatka, Julius E.

Olson, Peter Lauridsen and S. C. Griggs and Company (Apr 6, ). Russia was reaching out to the eastward in contrast to the westward growth of many other European nations. In two Russian ships were ordered outfitted at Kamchatcha (*) and inunder command of Vitus Bering (**), a Dane in the service of the Csar sailed north along the coast through the straits that now bear Bering's name into the Arctic.