- The title of this illustration was changed due to potentially harmful or inaccurate language. Original translation of the title for this illustration: "Indians, wanting to determine whether the Spanish were immortal, drown in the sea a Spaniard by the name of Salcedo."
This illustration appears in the book: "Americae pars quarta, sive, Insignis & admiranda historia de reperta primùm Occidentalis India à Christophoro Columbo anno M. CCCCXCII / scripta ab Hieronymo Bezono ... qui istic an[n]is XIIII. versatus dilige[n]ter omnia observavit, addita ad singula ferè capita, non contemnenda scholia in quibus agitur de earum etiam gentium idolatria, accessit praeterea illarum regionum tabula chorographica, omnia elegantibus figuris in aes incisis expressa à Theodoro de Bry Leodiense, cive Francofortensi." Translated book title: "America, Part Four. Distinguished and admirable history of Western India, Discovered for the first time by Christopher Columbus in the year 1492. Written by Jerome Benzoni from Milan, Who having lived there for fourteen years, Diligently observed everything. Additions to almost every chapter, not including comments, Also treat the idolatry of those populations. Also added is a map of those regions. All illustrated with elegant images copper engraved by Theodor de Bry from Liege, Citizen of Frankfurt." Series Title: "India Occidentalis (Grand Voyages)."