The First Portuguese Colonial Empire

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EXETER STUDIES IN HISTORY

EXETER STUDIES IN HISTORY is a paperback series produced by the Department of History and Archaeology at the University of Exeter. Each issue is devoted to the examination of a major historical theme or problem. The series aims primarily at a readership among undergraduates and sixth formers. Other titles in the series:

SH 1The Military Revolution and the State, 1500–1800, edited by Michael Duffy (1980)
SH 2Government, Party and People in Nazi Germany, edited by Jeremy Noakes (1980)
SH 3'Into Another Mould': Aspects of the Interregnum, edited by Ivan Roots (1981)
SH 4Problems and Case Studies in Archaeological Dating, edited by Bryony Orme (1982)
SH 5Britain and Revolutionary France: Conflict, Subversion and Propaganda, edited by Colin Jones (1983)
SH 6Nazism 1919–1945. Volume 1. The Rise to Power, 1919–1934, edited by Jeremy Noakes and Geoffrey Pridham (1983)
SH 7Roman Political Life 90BC-AD69, edited by Peter Wiseman (1985)
SH 8Nazism 1919–1945. Volume 2. State, Economy and Society, 1933–1939, edited by Jeremy Noakes and Geoffrey Pridham (1984)
SH 9Africa, America and Central Asia: Formal and Informal Empire in the Nineteenth Century, edited by Peter Morris (1984)
SH 10'Raleigh in Exeter 1985': Privateering and Colonization in the Reign of Elizabeth I, edited by Joyce Youings (1985)

for information on these and other titles in history and archaeology produced by the University of Exeter, please write to the Publications office, Reed Hall, University of Exeter, Exeter EX4 4QJ.

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The First Portuguese Colonial Empire
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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgements *
  • Introduction 1
  • Prince Henry and the Origins of Portuguese Expansion 9
  • The Estado Da India in Southeast Asia 37
  • Trade in the Indian Ocean and the Portuguese System of Cartazes 69
  • Goa in the Seventeenth Century 85
  • Bibliographical Notes 99
  • Biographical Notes 103
  • Exeter Studies in History 105
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