Iacobopolis (Virginia)

Iacobopolis[1] (Anglice Jamestown[2]) fuit colonia in Colonia Virginia, prima stabilis colonia Anglica in America condita. Urbs, a Societate Virginiana Londinii nomine James Fort ('Arx Iacobi') die 24 Maii 1607 (O.S., 14 Maii 1607 N.S.) constituta,[3] et post relictionem anno 1610 stabilis habita, nonnullos priores conatus defectos secuta est, inter quos Perdita Colonia Roanoke. Iacobopolis caput coloniae octoginta tres annos erat, ab 1616 ad 1699.

Susan Constant, imitatio navis Christophori Newport, ad ancoram in navali in portu consistit.

Nexus interni


  1. The English Scholars Library: Capt. John Smith, ed. Edward Arber (Birmingham, 1884), p. lvi: "Master Porie tells me of a name given by a Duchman who wrote to him in Latin from the new town of Verginia, Jacobopolis". "Jamestowne ... Iacobipolis": Iohannes Iacobus Hofmannus, Lexicon universale (1698) ~
  2. Etiam scriptum James Town, James Towne, Jamestowne, et James Cyty.
  3. "History of Jamestown". Apva.org .


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