Series: Revista OCEANOS

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OCEANOS, número 2 : Viver a bordo. Cascais. No rio das Amazonas2
OCEANOS, número 3 : Bartolomeu Dias, o capitão do fim. Retratos de Isabel. Palácio Almada-Carvalhais3
OCEANOS, número 7 : Fernão Mendes Pinto. Lisboa: o Oriente a descobrir7
OCEANOS, número 10 : Portugal e o Mar10
OCEANOS, número 11 : Sevilha, Lisboa11
OCEANOS, número 13 : Medos, fantasias e visões13
OCEANOS, número 15 : O regresso ao Japão15
OCEANOS, número 17 : O ano do Infante17
OCEANOS, número 18 : Tordesilhas. A partilha do Mundo18
OCEANOS, número 21 : Mulheres no mar salgado21
OCEANOS, número 22 : Heranças de Neptuno22
OCEANOS, número 23 : Agora peregrino vago e errante23
OCEANOS, número 25 : Ilha de todos. Ilha de Moçambique25
OCEANOS, número 26 : A luz do mundo. Iluminura portuguesa quinhentista26
OCEANOS, número 32 : Olhares Cruzados32
OCEANOS, número 33 : Vasco da Gama33
OCEANOS, número 38 : Navios e Navegações. Portugal e o Mar38
OCEANOS, número 39 : O achamento do Brasil39
OCEANOS, número 45 : Terra Nova. A epopeia do bacalhau45

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