In 1584 Andre Thevet published in Paris a 16th century counterpart of the type of thing we call today a “mug book,” a book containing portraits and biographies of leading citizens of the time and place involved. He titled his book “Les Vrais Pourtraits et Vies des Hommes” and it was printed by Keruert. It deals with the important French leaders of the 16th century - 150 of them. One of them was Charles IX, for whom Fort Caroline was named. The last article in the book is about Saturiba, the well known Indian chief who befriended the Fort Caroline settlement in 1564-65.
Bennett, Charles E.
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