Who is the chronicler of Magellan?
Similarly, it is asked, what is Pigafetta's chronicle?
The chronicle of Pigafetta was one of the most cited documents by historians who wished to study the precolonial Philippines. As one of the ealiest written accounts, Pigafetta was seen as a credible source for a period, which was prior unchronicled and undocumented.
One may also ask, who is the king of ZUBU? Pigafetta's journal gave the King of Zubu's name as “Raia Humabon.” At his baptism, Magellan gave him the name Don Carlo after the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
Regarding this, what is his role in the Magellan Elcano expedition?
During the expedition, he served as Magellan's assistant and kept an accurate journal which later assisted him in translating the Cebuano language. It is the first recorded document concerning the language. Pigafetta's surviving journal is the source for much of what is known about Magellan and Elcano's voyage.
How did Magellan Really Die?
Killed in action