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[[File:Ac dirkhartogplate.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Dirk Hartog's plate in the [[Rijksmuseum Amsterdam]]]]
 
[[File:Ac dirkhartogplate.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Dirk Hartog's plate in the [[Rijksmuseum Amsterdam]]]]
 
[[File:Shark Bay.svg|thumb|right|250px|Map of Shark Bay area showing Dirk Hartog Island and Cape Inscription]]
 
[[File:Shark Bay.svg|thumb|right|250px|Map of Shark Bay area showing Dirk Hartog Island and Cape Inscription]]
'''Dirk Hartog''' (baptized 30 October 1580, [[Amsterdam]] – buried 11 October 1621, Amsterdam<ref>Phillip E. Playford, [http://adbonline.anu.edu.au/biogs/AS10210b.htm Hartog, Dirk (1580 - 1621)] in the Australian Dictionary of Biography Online.</ref>) was a 17th-century [[Netherlands|Dutch]] sailor and [[explorer]]. Dirk Hartog's expedition was the second [[Europe]]an group to land on [[Australia]]n soil, He was the first to leave behind an artifact to record his visit, the [[Hartog plate]]. His name is sometimes alternatively spelled '''Dirck Hartog''' or '''Dierick Hartochsz'''. [[Ernest Giles]] referred to him as '''Theodoric Hertoge'''.<ref>[http://www.gutenberg.org/files/4974/4974-h/4974-h.htm#m1 Australia Twice Traversed, by Ernest Giles] see the introduction where Dirk Hartog is called Theodoric Hertoge.</ref>
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'''Dick Hartog''' (baptized 30 October 1580, [[Amsterdam]] – buried 11 October 1621, Amsterdam<ref>Phillip E. Playford, [http://adbonline.anu.edu.au/biogs/AS10210b.htm Hartog, Dirk (1580 - 1621)] in the Australian Dictionary of Biography Online.</ref>) was a 17th-century [[Netherlands|Dutch]] sailor and [[explorer]]. Dirk Hartog's expedition was the second [[Europe]]an group to land on [[Australia]]n soil, He was the first to leave behind an artifact to record his visit, the [[Hartog plate]]. His name is sometimes alternatively spelled '''Dirck Hartog''' or '''Dierick Hartochsz'''. [[Ernest Giles]] referred to him as '''Theodoric Hertoge'''.<ref>[http://www.gutenberg.org/files/4974/4974-h/4974-h.htm#m1 Australia Twice Traversed, by Ernest Giles] see the introduction where Dirk Hartog is called Theodoric Hertoge.</ref>
 
Born into a seafaring family, at the age of 30 he received his first ship's command, and spent several years engaged in successful trading ventures in the [[Baltic Sea|Baltic]] and [[Mediterranean]] seas.
 
Born into a seafaring family, at the age of 30 he received his first ship's command, and spent several years engaged in successful trading ventures in the [[Baltic Sea|Baltic]] and [[Mediterranean]] seas.
   
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