6 edition of Portuguese conquest and commerce in southern Asia, 1500-1750 found in the catalog.
Portuguese conquest and commerce in southern Asia, 1500-1750
C. R. Boxer
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Variorum reprint ;, CS208|
|LC Classifications||JV4214 .B69 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||312 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||85216375|
Portuguese and Spanish projects for conquest of Southeast Asia, – In C. R. Boxer (Ed.), Portuguese conquest and commerce in southern Asia, – Author: Y. H. Teddy Sim. Start studying The Maritime Worlds of Islam (). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Beginning in the s, the Portuguese, led by explorers such as Bartolomeu Dias and Vasco de Gama and financed by the great Prince Henry the Navigator, sailed to, explored, and settled in South America, Africa, and al's empire, which survived for more than six centuries, was the first of the great European global empires and outlasted all others as well, surviving until Author: Katherine Schulz Richard. 64 Boxer, C. R: PORTUGUESE CONQUEST AND COMMERCE IN SOUTHERN ASIA, Variorum Collected Studies Series CS Aldershot, pp. Index. 6 illustrations, 1 map. 23x16 cm. Cloth. £ 14 studies in English. Includes: Anglo-Portuguese Rivalry in the Persian Gulf; Portuguese & Spanish Projects for the Conquest of.
Southeast Asia and Russian Far East. In this paper, the Far East is mainly used to refer the countries of Southeast Asia, China (containing Macao, Hong Kong, Taiwan) and Japan. 2) , Portuguese conquest and commerce in Southern Asia , Variorum Reprints, , p THE MING DYANSTY • Ming government () • Drove the Mongols out of China • Constantly faced threats of new nomad invasions • Rebuilt Great Wall to prevent northern invasions • Centralized government control • Restored Chinese cultural traditions • Restored Confucian bureaucracy, civil service examinations • Eunuchs given impressive role in Forbidden City as bureaucratsFile Size: 2MB.
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Título: Portuguese Conquest and Commerce in Southern Asia, Creador: C. R. Boxer Género: Impresora: no defined Identidad Clave: oVOgtwEACAAJ Código del libro: OCLC Oficiales de Idiomas: OCLC El número de hojas: Lanzamiento: Portuguese Conquest and Commerce in Southern Asia, by C. R. Boxer Portuguese Conquest and Commerce in Southern Asia, by C.
R. Boxer (p. ) Review by: K. N. Chaudhuri.Condition: Gut. X, 57 S. Inside bronzy, very clean. This work contains Prof. Boxer's Heras Memorial Lectures delivered in Bombay in He examines three aspects of Portuguese rule in India during the years Conquest, Navigation and Commerce.
(flap) Each book end paper and inside cover shows a coloured map.