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Author Ames, Glenn Joseph.

Title Renascent empire? : the house of Braganza and the quest for stability in Portuguese Monsoon Asia, c. 1640-1683 / Glenn J. Ames.

Imprint Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, ©2000.


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Description 1 online resource (262 pages)
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-226) and index.
Contents I Priorities in the Reino, c. 1640-1683 17 -- II Politics and Policies: Viceroys and Governors, c. 1661-1681 39 -- III Christians: Saints and Sinners, c. 1640-1683 59 -- IV Spices: The Carreira da India, c. 1640-1683 93 -- V Administration: European Hierarchies and the Resiliency of Indigenous Structures, 1640-1683 115 -- VI Foreign Policy: Diplomatic Relations with the Reis Vizinhos and European Rivals, 1640-1683 149 -- VII An African Eldorado: The Quest for Wealth in Mozambique and the Rios de Cuama, c. 1640-1683 183 -- Conclusion: Portuguese Asia, c. 1683 205.
Summary "Based on extensive archival research in Portugal, India, England, and France, this work provides the first monographic study of a crucial, yet hitherto ignored period in the history of Portugal's Asian empire: the years ca. 1640-1683. Ames' revisionist work demonstrates that, contrary to the traditional view of the inevitable decline and stagnation of the Estado da India after ca. 1640, these were years of innovative and dynamic reform which brought about the geo-political and economic stabilization of Portuguese Asia by 1683. The book details this fundamental shift in Crown policy toward Asia as initiated by Prince Regent Pedro of Braganza (1668-1702) and carried out most effectively by Viceroy Luis de Mendonca Furtado e Albuquerque."--Jacket.
Dit boek is gebaseerd op uitgebreid onderzoek in archieven in Portugal, India, Engeland en Frankrijk en is de eerste monografische studie van een cruciale, maar totnogtoe weinig bestudeerde periode in de geschiedenis van Portugals Aziatische rijk: de jaren 1640-1683. Ames' revisionistische werk laat zien dat in tegenstelling tot het traditionele beeld van onvermijdelijk verval en stagnatie in het Estado da India na 1640, deze jaren een vernieuwende en dynamische hervorming laten zien die de geo-politieke en economische stabilisatie van Portugees AziŽ rond 1683 tot gevolg hadden. Glenn Ames gaat in op de details van deze fundamentele verandering in het koloniale beleid jegens AziŽ zoals dat werd geÔnitieerd door prins Regent Pedro van Braganza (1668-1702) en later zeer effectief in praktijk werd gebracht door Viceroy Luis de MedonÁa Furtado e Albuquerque.
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Language English.
Subject BraganÁa, House of.
BraganÁa, House of. (OCoLC)fst00218166
BraganÁa Familie ca. 15. Jh.-19. Jh.
Portugal -- History -- John IV, 1640-1656.
Portugal -- History -- Afonso VI, 1656-1683.
Portugal -- Colonies -- Asia -- History -- 17th century.
HISTORY -- General.
Portuguese colonies. (OCoLC)fst01930859
Asia. (OCoLC)fst01240495
Portugal. (OCoLC)fst01208476
Portugese koloniŽn.
Koloniaal bestuur.
Goa, Daman and Diu
Regions & Countries - Europe.
History & Archaeology.
Spain & Portugal.
Chronological Term 1600-1699
Geschichte 1640-1683.
Indexed Term History, geography, and auxiliary disciplines
Culture and history
Cultuur and geschiedenis
Genre/Form Electronic books.
History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Other Form: Print version: Ames, Glenn Joseph. Renascent empire?. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, ©2000 9053563822 9789053563823 (DLC) 00399002 (OCoLC)47099143
ISBN 9789048503582 (electronic bk.)
9048503582 (electronic bk.)
Standard No. AU@ 000051339636
DEBBG BV043140569
DEBBG BV044136493
DEBSZ 422040517
GBVCP 1003600050
NZ1 13865843

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