Published June 1968
by Intl Book Centre .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Portuguese off the South Arabian coast. Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Serjeant, R.B. (Robert Bertram). Portuguese off the South Arabian coast. Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R B Serjeant. Book Reviews. The Portuguese off the South Permissions; Reprints: SHARE. ARTICLE CITATION. Charles E. Nowell, "The Portuguese off the South Arabian Coast: Hadrami Chronicles the following were the most read within the past 12 months “Going for an Indian”: South Asian Restaurants and the Limits of Multiculturalism in Britain. The Portuguese off the South Arabian coast: Hadrami chronicles with Yemeni and European accounts of Dutch pirates off Mocha in the seventeenth century / by R.B. Serjeant Oxford University Press London Australian/Harvard Citation. The Siege of Diu occurred when an army of the Sultanate of Gujarat under Khadjar Safar, aided by forces of the Ottoman Empire attempted to capture the city of Diu in , then held by the Portuguese successfully resisted the four months long siege. It is part of The Ottoman-Portuguese on: Diu, Portuguese India, 20°43′N 70°59′E / .
8vo. X, , (1) pp. With 14 plates, 2 maps (1 folding) and 2 ground plans (in the text). Fine original navy cloth in a very good dust-jacket. First edition. - A scholarly account of Portuguese activity along the south-west coast of Arabia in the 16th century. "The present volume [.] deals with one of the most dramatic periods of South Arabian history: the exploits of the Portuguese in those. – Serjeant, R. B. “The Portuguese off the South Arabian Coast: Hadrami chronicles. With Yemeni and European accounts of Dutch pirates off Mocha in the seventeenth century”, XIV, pp., with 2 maps and 14 plates, , Beirut, Lebanon. Clarendon, , Oxford – Slot, B. J. – Serjeant, R. B. “The Portuguese off the South Arabian Coast: Hadrami chronicles. With Yemeni and European accounts of Dutch pirates off Mocha in the seventeenth century” XIV, pp. With 2 maps and 14 plates, , Beirut, Lebanon. Clarendon, , Oxford – Slot, B. J. South Arabian Poetry I: Prose and Poetry from Hadramawt 2 copies; The Arabs. A Puffin Picture 61 2 copies; Studies in Arabian history and civilisation 2 copies; Society and trade in South Arabia 1 copy; Arabian Studies IV 1 copy; The Portuguese off the South Arabian coast; Ḥaḍramī chronicles, with 1 copy; Customary and Shari'ah.
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