The Hernando de Soto Expedition: History, Historiography, and "Discovery" in the Southeast

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Appendix
The Relaçamand Oviedo: Concordances and DivergencesIn this Appendix, coding is used to reduce unwieldy and repetitive source references. R stands for the Relaçam, O for Oviedo/ Ranjel, B for Biedma.
A. Numerical Discrepancies
I. General
First landfall: On 25 May 1539, the ships anchor one league off shore because of shallows ( R19); two leagues off shore in four fathoms of water or less ( O16). On 30 May, they anchor two leagues from Uçita ( R19); four leagues from Uçita ( O18).
Horses disembarked at first landfall: 213 ( R19); 223 to 224 ( 018).
Sortie by Porcallo at Uçita: Encountered 6 Indians ( R19v); 10 Indians ( Oz8).
Sorties by Gallegos and Lobillo at Uçita: Lobillo's detachment has 50 foot soldiers ( R22); up to 40 foot ( 020). Skirmish with 20 Indians by Lobillo ( R22) and 10 to 11 Indians (accompanying the previously marooned Juan Ortiz) by Gallegos ( R23); 20 Indians encountered by Gallegos and 9 by Lobillo ( O19- 20).
Ride of Baltasar de Gallegos to Paracoxi (Orriparacogi): 50 horse and 30 or 40 foot ( R29); 80 horse and 100 foot ( O22).
Calderón's men left to guard boats at Uçita: 30 horse and 70 foot ( R3r); 40 horse and 60 foot ( 023).
Soto advances from Tocaste towards Cale with 30 horse and 50 foot ( R31); with a few horse ( O24), or 10 horse plus himself and Rodrigo Ranjel ( O24). Ranjel brings reinforcements, increasing the party to 26 horse ( O25), later 30 more horse join the vanguard ( O25).
Vanguard march from Cale to Apalache: 50 horse and 60 foot ( R32v); 50 horse and 100 foot ( 026).
Distance to sea from Anhayca Apalache/Iviahica: 10 leguas ( R40); 8 leguas ( O32).
Composition of Soto's vanguard approaching Mavilla: 15 horse and 30 foot ( R75v); 40 horse ( O56).
River crossing at Moçulixa: circa 30 men go across in a pirogue ( R82v); 60 men ( 059).
Leaving Coça: Soto receives porters and 30 female slaves ( R71); porters and 20 female slaves ( O51).
Detachment accompanying Soto to Saquechuma: 30 horse and 80 foot ( R84); "half the army" ( O61) (note that after Mavilla 102 are listed dead ( R81v), of

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