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  • [[Abel Tasman National Park]]
  • Coastal cliffs of [[Tasman Peninsula]]
  • Māori [[haka]]
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  • [[State Library of New South Wales]] vestibule, showing a mosaic of the Tasman map inlaid in the floor
  • The bay of Tongatapu with the two ships; drawing by Isaack Gilsemans
  • [[Tongatapu]], the main island of [[Tonga]]; drawing by [[Isaack Gilsemans]]
  • Abel Tasman map, circa 1644, also known as the Tasman 'Bonaparte' map
  • Routes taken by Tasman in the Australasian region, on his first and second voyages.

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n. Abel Janszoon Tasman, (1603-1659) navigatore ed esploratore olandese che per primo scoprì la Tasmania e Nuova Zelanda
n. Tasman, cognome; Abel Janszoon Tasman (1603-1659), navigatore ed esploratore olandese che per primo raggiunse la Tasmania e la Nuova Zelanda
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  • A longy white Manx female
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  • Tabby, rumpy Manx male champion show cat named Silverwing (UK, 1902)
  • A "rumpy riser" tail example
  • Short-haired stumpy Manx
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Abel Tasman

Abel Janszoon Tasman (Dutch: [ˈɑbəl ˈjɑnsoːn ˈtɑsmɑn]; 1603 – 10 October 1659) was a Dutch seafarer and explorer, best known for his voyages of 1642 and 1644 in the service of the Dutch East India Company (VOC).

Born in 1603 in Lutjegast, Netherlands, Tasman started his career as a merchant seaman and became a skilled navigator. In 1633, he joined the VOC and sailed to Batavia, now Jakarta, Indonesia. He participated in several voyages, including one to Japan. In 1642, Tasman was appointed by the VOC to lead an expedition to explore the uncharted regions of the Southern Pacific Ocean. His mission was to discover new trade routes and to establish trade relations with the native inhabitants. After leaving Batavia, Tasman sailed eastward and reached the coast of Tasmania, which he named Van Diemen's Land after his patron. He then sailed north and discovered the west coast of New Zealand, which he named Staten Landt, but later renamed Nieuw Zeeland after the Dutch province of Zeeland.

Despite his achievements, Tasman's expedition was not entirely successful. The encounter with the Māori people on the South Island of New Zealand resulted in a violent confrontation, which left four of Tasman's men dead. He returned to Batavia without having made any significant contact with the native inhabitants or establishing any trade relations. Nonetheless, Tasman's expedition paved the way for further exploration and colonization of Australia and New Zealand by the Europeans. Tasman continued to serve the Dutch East India Company until his death in 1659, leaving behind a legacy as one of the greatest explorers of his time.