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Comparison of the size of Admiral Zheng He's treasure ship and the ship used during the voyage of Christopher Columbus

Comparison of the size of Admiral Zheng He's treasure ship and the ship used during the voyage of Christopher Columbus

Between 1405 and 1433, Ming China sent out enormous armadas of ships into the Indian Ocean, commanded by the eunuch admiral Zheng He. The flagship and other largest treasure junks dwarfed European ships of that century; Christopher Columbus's flagship, the Santa Maria, was between 1/4 and 1/5 the size of Zheng He's. Incredibly, the largest ships in the fleet (called baoshan, or "treasure ships") were roughly 1/3 to 1/2 the displacement of modern American aircraft carriers.

Between 1405 and 1433, Ming China sent out enormous armadas of ships into the Indian Ocean, commanded by the eunuch admiral Zheng He. The flagship and other largest treasure junks dwarfed European ships of that century; Christopher Columbus's flagship, the Santa Maria, was between 1/4 and 1/5 the size of Zheng He's. Incredibly, the largest ships in the fleet (called baoshan, or "treasure ships") were roughly 1/3 to 1/2 the displacement of modern American aircraft carriers.

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The voyages of Zheng He, 1405-33. From 1405 to 1433, the Chinese Ming dynasty launched seven voyages into the Indian Ocean under the admiralship of the Muslim eunuch Zheng He. Zheng sailed as far as the east coast of Africa, returning home with such exotic gifts as ostriches and giraffes. With 'Treasure Fleets' of more than three hundred ships crewed by tens of thousands of men, his expeditions were over a hundred times larger than those of Columbus and Magellan.

The voyages of Zheng He, 1405-33. From 1405 to 1433, the Chinese Ming dynasty launched seven voyages into the Indian Ocean under the admiralship of the Muslim eunuch Zheng He. Zheng sailed as far as the east coast of Africa, returning home with such exotic gifts as ostriches and giraffes. With 'Treasure Fleets' of more than three hundred ships crewed by tens of thousands of men, his expeditions were over a hundred times larger than those of Columbus and Magellan.

Zheng He, la Historia Oculta del Autentico Simbad el Marino.

Zheng He, la Historia Oculta del Autentico Simbad el Marino.

Zheng He: China and the Oceans in the Early Ming Dynasty, 1405-1433 (Library of World Biography Series)

Zheng He: China and the Oceans in the Early Ming Dynasty, 1405-1433 (Library of World Biography Series)

Zheng He

Zheng He, la Historia Oculta del Autentico Simbad el Marino.

Zheng He

Zheng He

Zheng He, la Historia Oculta del Autentico Simbad el Marino.

Zheng He

Admiral Zheng He's expedition

Admiral Zheng He's expedition

A model of Ming Dynasty Admiral Zheng He's treasure ship that toured the half of the world in the early 15th century

A model of Ming Dynasty Admiral Zheng He's treasure ship that toured the half of the world in the early 15th century

Stephen Biesty - Corte esquemático de un junco de la Flota del Tesoro

Stephen Biesty - Corte esquemático de un junco de la Flota del Tesoro

Zheng He and his great fleets.

Zheng He, Ming China's Great Admiral

Zheng He and his great fleets.

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