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- The Arte of Nauigation: Wherein is Contained All the Rules, Declarations, Secretes, and Aduises, Which For Good Nauigation are Necessarie and Ought to be Knowen and Practised, and are Very Profitable for All Kind of Mariners (London: T. Dawson, 1581), by Pedro de Medina, trans. by John Frampton (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- General and Rare Memorials Pertayning to the Perfect Arte of Navigation Annexed to the Paradoxal Cumpas, in Playne: Now First Published, 24 Yeres After the First Invention Thereof (1577), by John Dee, contrib. by George Gemistus Plethon and Willem Canter (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Navigatio Britannica: or, A Complete System of Navigation in All Its Branches, Both With Regard to Theory and Practice (London: Printed for W. and J. Mount and T. Page, 1750), by John Barrow
- Tratado del Esphera y del Arte del Marear (facsimile reprint of the 1535 Seville edition, published as v4 of Histoire de la Science Nautique Portugaise à L'Époque des Grandes Découvertes; Munich: J. B. Obernetter, 1915), by Francisco Faleiro
- The Voyage of Nearchus; and The Periplus of the Erythrean Sea (Greek text with English translation and notes; Oxford: At the University Press, 1809), by Arrian, trans. by William Vincent (page images at HathiTrust)