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Portuguese India

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(Placename) a former Portuguese overseas province on the W coast of India, consisting of Goa, Daman, and Diu: established between 1505 and 1510; annexed by India in 1961

Por′tuguese In′dia


n.
a former Portuguese overseas territory on the W coast of India: annexed by India 1961. Compare Daman and Diu, Goa.
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A primeira serie, com dois textos, inclui (1) um relato da expedicao do capitao-mor Dom Francisco de Almeida, em 1505, quando de sua primeira viagem para a fundacao do Estado da India; e (2) uma descricao de autor anonimo acerca da India e "Das ylhas de Dyue" (Maldivas).
Among the topics are Portuguese Estado da India's encounters with the Hajj in the 16th century, Thomas Cook and the business of the colonial Hajj, French policy and the Hajj in late-19th-century Algeria: Governor Cambon's reform attempts and Jules Gervais-Courtellemont's pilgrimage to Mecca, on his donkey to the Mountain of 'Arafat: Dr.
The chapter by Teddy Sim on the fluid identity of the Portuguese and their engagement in both legal and illicit maritime trading makes the compelling argument that this shifting legality was part and parcel of not only a region in flux, but symptomatic of individuals who were operating in the wake of a waning Estado da India. Sim's chapter explores how issues surrounding local identity, trade and commodities were all interwoven with piracy; Chung Ming Chin's chapter teases out similar themes in an assessment of power and statecraft in the Sulu Sultanate.
O Beato Goncalo Garcia nasceu em Bacaim Cidade do Estado da India Oriental Conquista dos Serenissimos Reis Portugueses nossos Senhores.
himself situates the book in the recent interest among lay researchers in the history of the early modern Jesuits and among recent historiographical trends regarding the Estado da India, especially the relations between the Jesuits and the Portuguese Empire.
In the 50 years following Vasco da Gama's violent landfall on the Malabar Coast in 1498, the Portuguese Estado da India became a formidable force throughout the subcontinent.
Entre los generos que cada ano traian hasta occidente los barcos portugueses del Estado da India abundaron las sedas chinas, las especias, el te y las piedras preciosas, pero tambien hubo espacio para algunos objetos de lujo como porcelanas, textiles elaborados, piezas de laca, marfiles, joyas, muebles o pinturas.
Asi, atenderemos a la nada previsible senda que siguio la constitucion del virreinato de Goa hasta consolidarse en su enormidad por todo el Estado da India, a la "exportacion" de este sistema de delegacion en el Atantico luso--Brasil y Angola--, a los grupos sociales de los que se extraian los candidatos a virrey (pero tambien a gobernador y a capitan mayor, otras categorias esenciales en la jerarquia de la representacion monarquica), y a la singular alternancia de virreyes y gobernadores que caracterizo la sede de Lisboa, un caso unico en el imperio hispanico.
Encapsulating the colonial view of Estado da India in the late 19th century, the camera converts to image textual details of the life of the colony.
Em seu estudo acerca da administracao colonial Bicalho faz uma analise comparativa com o governo do Estado da India e reflete sobre o espaco e os limites de poder atribuidos ao vice-rei.
Collectively, this vast area was known as the Estado da India Oriental with its capital at Goa in India.
(39) La comunicacion que sostuvo Manila con el Estado da India, China, Japon, y las regiones actuales de Indochina e Indonesia, resulto en el traslado de miles de esclavos de estas tierras al archipielago filipino.

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