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As the Roman Empire broke up, geographical knowledge naturally suffered, and Africa shared in this loss. But a considerable recovery was effected through the work of the Arabs, to whom the Infant Henry owed much. ), which conquered the Garamantes of Fezzan. 2 This migration led to the foundation of Magadoxo, 909-951, and of Kilwa, 960-1000 ; later on of Malindi, Mombasa, and Sofala. , p. 522 ; G. P. Badger, Imams . . of Oman, p. xiii; El-Beladzory, Futiih-elBuldan (Ed. Kosegarten), pp. 132-135.
Defremery and Sanguinetti). 3 4 See Alvarez, Hakl. Soc. Edition, p. 352. Ruins ? 5 See Nerazzini, Musulman Conquest of Ethiopia, Rome 1891. (Ital. ).
Uso di Mare's letter to his creditors of December 12, 1455, seems to show that the expedition had returned before Christmas. 3 As in the collections of Ramusio, Temporal, Astley, and Stanier Clarke ; in Major, Henry Navigator, chs. -xvi. ; and in " Heroes of Nations " life of Prince Henry, ch. xvi. 2 XXIV INTRODUCTION. ment of commercial interest and statesmanlike inquiry on anything recorded in Azurara. At his furthest point the explorer noticed that the North Star was so low that it appeared almost to touch the sea, and here he seems to have seen the Southern Cross.