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Apr 8, 2021

[Answer] Australia was first named “Terra Australis Incognita,” meaning what?

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...Before Australia was explored, Europeans believed that there was a vast land in the southern hemisphere that they referred to as “Terra Australis Incognita,” because they knew nothing about it. English explorer Matthew Flinders was the first to circumnavigate the country in 1803 and first suggested the name “Australia” on a map in 1804. For a time, the country was known as “New Holland,” but it never stuck.




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