Manuel da Silva Rosa

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Manuel Rosa is an information technology analyst and author born in Pico Island, Azores, Portugal. He is an independent researcher and lecturer on the life of Christopher Columbus, who has published several controversial books and has been featured in Polish documentaries about Columbus.[1] He currently works as an IT analyst at Duke University.[2]

Selected works[edit]

  • O Mistério Colombo Revelado, Ésquilo, Portugal, 2006 (ISBN 978-9728605865)
  • Unraveling riddles and falsities of Christopher Columbus. His nobility, the location of Natividad, and the Santa Maria’s true fate. e-Spanish Legal History Review, N.º 19 ENERO 2015
  • A will without a way. A critical review of how the Christopher Columbus Mayorazgo of 1498 continues to perpetrate a fraud against historians and history. e-Spanish Legal History Review, N.º 21 JUNIO 2015
  • Columbus-The Untold Story, Outwater Media Group, New Jersey, 2016 (ISBN 978-0578179315)

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