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    Aldershot [u.a.] : Ashgate
    Format: Getr. Zählung , Kt
    ISBN: 0860788725
    Series Statement: Variorum collected studies series 732
    Content: Machine generated contents note: I India or Brazil ? Priority for imperial survival in the -- wars of the Restaurafao 1 -- Journal of the American Portuguese Sociey 2, no. 2. New York, -- 1968,pp. 8-15 -- II Two Lusitanian variations on a Dutch theme: -- Portuguese companies in times of crisis, 1628-1662 -- Companies and Trade, ed. Leonard Blussi and Femme Gaastra -- The Hague: Leiden Universiy Press, 1981 -- III Francisco Rodrigues de Silveira, the forgotten Soldado -- Prdtico -- Iberia: Literay and Historical Issues. Studies in Honour of Harold -- V. Livermore, ed. RO.W. Goertn. Calgary : University of Calgary -- Press, 1985 -- IV The origin and rhythm of Dutch aggression against the -- Estado da India, 1601-1661 -- Indo-Portuguese History: Old Issues, Newv Qestions,.ed. Teotonio R -- de Souta. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 1985 -- V Millenarianism and empire: Portuguese Asian decline -- and the 'crise de conscience' of the missionaries -- Itinerio 11. Leiden, 1987 -- VI Jewel trading in Portuguese India in the XVI and XVII -- centuries -- Indica 25, no. 1. Bombay, 1988 -- VII Portugal, Venice, Genoa and the traffic in precious stones -- at the beginning of the modern age -- Eng/ish version of 'Portogallo, Veneia, Genova ed il commercio dele -- pietrepreriose alprinaipio dell'eta moderna', Atti del III Congresso -- Internajionale di Studi Storici VII, ed. Raffaele Belvederi. Genoa, 1989 -- VIII A legend in black and white: the American Indian as -- propaganda in the Eighty Years War -- (In collaboration with Michiel Hoogeveen) -- La imagen del Indio en la Europa moderna. Sevilke: CS.L C., the -- European Science Foundation and the Escuela de Estudios -- Hispano-Ameicanos, 1990, pp. 43-59 -- IX Portugal's 'shadow empire' in the Bay of Bengal -- Revista de Cultura 13-14. Macao, January/June 1991 -- X South India and the China Seas: how the V.O.C. shifted -- its weight from China & Japan to India around A.D. 1636 -- (In collaboration with Mark Vink) -- As Relaf4es entre a india Portuguesa, a Aia do Sueste e o Extremo -- Oriente (Actas do VI Semindrio Internacional de Histdria -- Indo-Portuguesa, Macau, 22-26 de Outubro de 1991, ed Artur -- Teodoro de Matos e Luis Filipe Reis Thoma). Macau-Lisboa, 1993 -- XI A tale of two Coromandel towns: Madraspatam (Fort St. -- George) and Sio Thom6 de Meliapur -- Itinerario 18, no. 1. Leiden, 1994 -- XII The Estado da fndia on the subcontinent: Portuguese as -- players on a South Asian stage -- Portugal, the Pathfinder: Journysfrom the Medieval toward the -- Modern World, 1300-ca. 1600, ed George D. Winius. Madison, WI: -- Hispanic Seminary ofMedieval Studies, Ltd., 1995 -- XIII Early Portuguese travel and influence at the corner of -- Asia -- Portugal, the Pathfinder: Journeysfrom the Medieval toward the -- Modern World, 1300-ca. 1600, ed. George D. Winius. Madison, WI: -- Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Ltd., 1995 -- XIV In northern mists: Portuguese voyages to the boreal -- Atlantic -- Portugal, the Pathfinder: Journeys from the Medieval toward the -- Modern World, 1300-ca. 1600, ed. George D. Winius. Madison, WI: -- Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Ltd., 1995 -- XV Bibliographical essay: a treasury of printed source materials -- pertaining to the 15th and 16th centuries -- Portugal, the Pathfinder: Journeys from the Medieval toward the -- Modern World, 1300-ca. 1600, ed. George D. Winius. Madison, WI: -- Hispanic Seminary of Medeival Studies, Ltd, 1995 -- XVI Embassies from Malacca and the 'shadow empire' -- The Portuguese and the Paific. Proceedings of the International -- Colloquium (Universiy of Calfornia, Santa Barbara, October -- 1993), ed. Francis A. Dutra andjodo Camilo dos Santos. Santa -- Barbara: Center For Portuguse Studies, University of California, -- Santa Barbara, 1995 -- XVII Vasco da Gama: a speculative reconstruction of a voyage -- and its antecedents -- English translation of A Viagem de Vasco da Gama, 1497-1499'in -- 0 Tempo de Vasco da Gama, ed. Diogo Ramada Curto. Lisbon, 1998 -- XVIII The Renaissance as reflected in Goa -- Mediterranean Studies 7 (1998). Aldershot, 1999 -- XIX Private trading in Portuguese Asia: a substantial -- will-o'-the-wisp -- Vasco da Gama et 17nde. Fundafao Calouste Gulbenkien -- InternationonalCoference (Paris, 11-13 May 1998). Paris, 1999 -- XX Few thanks to the king: the building of Portuguese -- India -- Vasco da Gama and the Linkikng of Europe andAsia, ed. Anthony -- Disney and Emily Booth. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2000 -- Index
    Note: A collection of previously published articles , Includes bibliographical references , Machine generated contents note: I India or Brazil ? Priority for imperial survival in thewars of the Restaurafao 1 -- Journal of the American Portuguese Sociey 2, no. 2. New York, -- 1968,pp. 8-15 -- II Two Lusitanian variations on a Dutch theme: -- Portuguese companies in times of crisis, 1628-1662 -- Companies and Trade, ed. Leonard Blussi and Femme Gaastra -- The Hague: Leiden Universiy Press, 1981 -- III Francisco Rodrigues de Silveira, the forgotten Soldado -- Prdtico -- Iberia: Literay and Historical Issues. Studies in Honour of Harold -- V. Livermore, ed. RO.W. Goertn. Calgary : University of Calgary -- Press, 1985 -- IV The origin and rhythm of Dutch aggression against the -- Estado da India, 1601-1661 -- Indo-Portuguese History: Old Issues, Newv Qestions,.ed. Teotonio R -- de Souta. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 1985 -- V Millenarianism and empire: Portuguese Asian decline -- and the 'crise de conscience' of the missionaries -- Itinerio 11. Leiden, 1987 -- VI Jewel trading in Portuguese India in the XVI and XVII -- centuries -- Indica 25, no. 1. Bombay, 1988 -- VII Portugal, Venice, Genoa and the traffic in precious stones -- at the beginning of the modern age -- Eng/ish version of 'Portogallo, Veneia, Genova ed il commercio dele -- pietrepreriose alprinaipio dell'eta moderna', Atti del III Congresso -- Internajionale di Studi Storici VII, ed. Raffaele Belvederi. Genoa, 1989 -- VIII A legend in black and white: the American Indian as -- propaganda in the Eighty Years War -- (In collaboration with Michiel Hoogeveen) -- La imagen del Indio en la Europa moderna. Sevilke: CS.L C., the -- European Science Foundation and the Escuela de Estudios -- Hispano-Ameicanos, 1990, pp. 43-59 -- IX Portugal's 'shadow empire' in the Bay of Bengal -- Revista de Cultura 13-14. Macao, January/June 1991 -- X South India and the China Seas: how the V.O.C. shifted -- its weight from China & Japan to India around A.D. 1636 -- (In collaboration with Mark Vink) -- As Relaf4es entre a india Portuguesa, a Aia do Sueste e o Extremo -- Oriente (Actas do VI Semindrio Internacional de Histdria -- Indo-Portuguesa, Macau, 22-26 de Outubro de 1991, ed Artur -- Teodoro de Matos e Luis Filipe Reis Thoma). Macau-Lisboa, 1993 -- XI A tale of two Coromandel towns: Madraspatam (Fort St. -- George) and Sio Thom6 de Meliapur -- Itinerario 18, no. 1. Leiden, 1994 -- XII The Estado da fndia on the subcontinent: Portuguese as -- players on a South Asian stage -- Portugal, the Pathfinder: Journysfrom the Medieval toward the -- Modern World, 1300-ca. 1600, ed George D. Winius. Madison, WI: -- Hispanic Seminary ofMedieval Studies, Ltd., 1995 -- XIII Early Portuguese travel and influence at the corner of -- Asia -- Portugal, the Pathfinder: Journeysfrom the Medieval toward the -- Modern World, 1300-ca. 1600, ed. George D. Winius. Madison, WI: -- Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Ltd., 1995 -- XIV In northern mists: Portuguese voyages to the boreal -- Atlantic -- Portugal, the Pathfinder: Journeys from the Medieval toward the -- Modern World, 1300-ca. 1600, ed. George D. Winius. Madison, WI: -- Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, Ltd., 1995 -- XV Bibliographical essay: a treasury of printed source materials -- pertaining to the 15th and 16th centuries -- Portugal, the Pathfinder: Journeys from the Medieval toward the -- Modern World, 1300-ca. 1600, ed. George D. Winius. Madison, WI: -- Hispanic Seminary of Medeival Studies, Ltd, 1995 -- XVI Embassies from Malacca and the 'shadow empire' -- The Portuguese and the Paific. Proceedings of the International -- Colloquium (Universiy of Calfornia, Santa Barbara, October -- 1993), ed. Francis A. Dutra andjodo Camilo dos Santos. Santa -- Barbara: Center For Portuguse Studies, University of California, -- Santa Barbara, 1995 -- XVII Vasco da Gama: a speculative reconstruction of a voyage -- and its antecedents -- English translation of A Viagem de Vasco da Gama, 1497-1499'in -- 0 Tempo de Vasco da Gama, ed. Diogo Ramada Curto. Lisbon, 1998 -- XVIII The Renaissance as reflected in Goa -- Mediterranean Studies 7 (1998). Aldershot, 1999 -- XIX Private trading in Portuguese Asia: a substantial -- will-o'-the-wisp -- Vasco da Gama et 17nde. Fundafao Calouste Gulbenkien -- InternationonalCoference (Paris, 11-13 May 1998). Paris, 1999 -- XX Few thanks to the king: the building of Portuguese -- India -- Vasco da Gama and the Linkikng of Europe andAsia, ed. Anthony -- Disney and Emily Booth. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2000 -- Index.
    Language: English
    Subjects: History , Economics , Geography
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    Keywords: Portugal ; Kolonie ; Asien ; Geschichte 1495-1689 ; Aufsatzsammlung
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