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There were many failures in the chronicles of the European Age of Discovery. The age officially started when Columbus bumped into the New World on the way to India. But it unofficially began centuries earlier as ships and navigation gradually became reliable enough for explorers to make a run across an unknown ocean. We’ll never know for sure how many ships sank or how many crews were lost along the way, but over the preceding millennia it was surely in the thousands.
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