Hector Barbossa -2
"So tell me, what's become of my ship?"
Warning! This page contains MAJOR spoilers from Dead Men Tell No Tales. Caution is advised.
Diary of Galileo Galilei
Diary of Galileo Galilei
Object information



Before 1642[1]


Galileo Galilei
Hector Barbossa
Carina Smyth


Map No Man Can Read
Trident of Poseidon

Behind the scenes
First appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales

Latest appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales

"Where did you get that from, missy? I know this book. Stolen from an Italian ship many years ago."
"Stolen? No, you must be mistaken."
"There was a ruby on the cover I would not soon forget.
Hector Barbossa and Carina Smyth[src]

The Diary of Galileo Galilei was a diary that was given to Carina Smyth by her father, Hector Barbossa, which was said to hold the Map No Man Can Read that was set in the stars, and contained clues of where the Trident of Poseidon was located. As a red moon's light shines upon the diary's front cover, the phrase "To release the power of the sea, all must divide" was revealed. On the diary was also the missing piece of a red gem that would later be restored in order to open an underwater entrance leading to the Trident.


Notes and referencesEdit

  1. The diary had to be written before Galileo Galilei's death in 1642.
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