Os Lusíadas in art

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Os Lusíadas is a Portuguese epic poem by Luís Vaz de Camões.

Canto I[edit]

Camões and the Tágides[edit]

Dedication to Sebastian of Portugal[edit]

Council of the Olympian Gods[edit]

Canto II[edit]

Dione riding piggyback on a triton[edit]

Vasco da Gama meets the Sultan of Melinde[edit]

Canto III[edit]

The Murder of Inês de Castro[edit]

Main category: Inês de Castro

Canto IV[edit]

King Manuel's dream of the rivers Ganges and Indus[edit]

Battle of Aljubarrota[edit]

Main category: Battle of Aljubarrota

Departure of Vasco da Gama's fleet to India[edit]

Old Man of the Restelo[edit]

Canto V[edit]


Main category: Adamastor

St. Elmo's fire[edit]

Canto VI[edit]

The armada sails guided by the Christian pilot[edit]

Council of the Sea Gods[edit]

The twelve of England[edit]

Canto VII[edit]

Vasco da Gama's arrival at Calicut[edit]

Vasco da Gama before the Zamorin of Calicut[edit]

Canto VIII[edit]

Canto IX[edit]

Island of Love[edit]

Canto X[edit]

Sumptuous feast on the Island of Love[edit]

Tethys reveals to Vasco da Gama how the universe operates[edit]

Life of Luís Vaz de Camões[edit]

Camões saving the original manuscript from the shipwreck[edit]

Camões reading "Os Lusíadas"[edit]