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1502) from the series The Voyage to Calicut commissioned by King Manuel of Portugal from the weaver Gilles le Castre of Tournai.
Henry Hart conjectures that Camoes had turned to Don Manuel of Portugal for aid in publishing the Lusiadas, but the best the latter could do was encourage the poet to endear himself to young Sebastiao by writing some complimentary verses about his grandfather, D.