Arabian seas, 1640-1700

by R. J. Barendse

Publisher: Published with the assistance of the Research School CNWS, Leiden University, and the International Institute of Asian Studies, Leiden in Leiden

Written in English
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  • Shipping -- Arabian Sea Region -- History.,
  • Arabian Sea Region -- Commerce -- History -- 17th century.,
  • Arabian Sea Region -- Commerce -- Europe.,
  • Europe -- Commerce -- Arabian Sea Region.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

  Drawing upon the author’s journeys from the Persian Gulf across the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal and India, and borrowing from diverse sources of information, this is a work in the time-honoured Persian genre of the safarnama (‘travel book’). 26 Well-known examples of this ornate, poetic literary genre include the eleventh-century Persian Safarnama by Nasir-i Author: Arash Khazeni. For an enchanting portrayal from see R.J. Barendse, The Arabian Seas, , Leiden, , p. 24 Moira Tampoe, Maritime trade between China and the West an archaeological study of the ceramics from Siraf (Persian Gulf), 8th to 15th centuries A.D, Oxford, , p. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Full text of "A History Of The Church Of England In India" See other formats.

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Get this from a library. The Arabian seas, [R J Barendse; Onderzoekschool CNWS.; International Institute for Asian Studies.]. These four volumes are the sequel to the author's Arabian Seas Rather than describing the history of the Indian Ocean in the 18 th century with a broad brush, which tends to result in typecasting, the author intends to do so with a fine pencil, as micro-history (p.

xvii). In Volume 1, the author provides an introduction to the historiography of the Indian Ocean. Barendse has published, in addition to many articles and reviews, The Arabian Seas (CNWS, Leiden, — an earlier version of this work), with O. Nieuwenhuys, Kinderen in India hun leven en werk (Children in India: Their Life and Work — Utrecht, ), and Een geschiedenis van Engeland in Arabian seas twintigste eeuw van tot Written by Marco Ramerini.

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The fort was renamed “Nossa Senhora da Conceição”. When the Portuguese arrived, the main ports of the Persian Gulf and Arabia such as Julfar, Bahrain, Calayate (Qalhat), Mascate, Catifa (al Qatif), Corfação and the islands of Queixome and Lareca were all under the jurisdiction of the King of Hormuz.

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On the south-west coast of India is located a port town whose maritime history goes back to when a flooding of the river Periyar caused a natural harbour to be formed.René Barendse expresses puzzlement with Dapper's ‘excellent description of Gombroon’ in Dapper's Asia, and calls Asia ‘a strange book-for it is unclear how Dapper obtained his information-yet it is a veritable storehouse of rare data’ (R.

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