Arabian Seas 1700 1763

The volume also details the importance of Indian and Persian merchant communities in the Indian Ocean trading system and the impact of war on the economic development of this system during the eighteenth century."--

Author: R. J. Barendse

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN: 0765633647

Category: Indian Ocean Region

Page: 1868

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" Kings, Gangsters, and Companies, volume two of Arabian Seas, 1700-1763 focuses on European relations with the major states and societies of the Western Indian Ocean during the eighteenth century. As such, it traces the major structural changes in African, South Asian, and Middle Eastern societies during this period. Chapters examine European communities and their relations with the societies of the Indian Ocean basin, the daily life of European soldiers and merchants, relations with Indian women, European views on the Indian caste system as well as the governmental systems they encountered. The volume also details the importance of Indian and Persian merchant communities in the Indian Ocean trading system and the impact of war on the economic development of this system during the eighteenth century."--
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Arabian Seas 1700 1763 4 vols

Drawing on a vast range of sources Arabian Seas 1700 - 1763 is as much a sweeping overview as a detailed examination of the maritime world of the western Indian Ocean in the eighteenth century.

Author: Rene Barendse

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789047430025

Category: History

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Drawing on a vast range of sources Arabian Seas 1700 - 1763 is as much a sweeping overview as a detailed examination of the maritime world of the western Indian Ocean in the eighteenth century. It deals with the various states, economies and societies there and with the impact of the early phase of European colonialism on them.
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Arabian Seas

Author: Rene J. Barendse

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Arabian Seas 1700 1763

Rene J. Barendse. Arabian Seas 17001763 Volume 3: Men and Merchandise European Expansion and Indigenous Response Edited by Glenn J. Ames,

Author: Rene J. Barendse

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004176584

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The Western Indian Ocean in the Eighteenth Century is the first of four volumes offering a sweeping panorama of the Arabian Seas during the early modern period. Focusing on the period 1700-1763, the first volume concentrates on daily life in littoral societies, examining long term issues including climatic change, famine, and the structures of fishing communities. The volume examines littoral societies in each of the major coastal areas of the Western Indian Ocean: East Africa, the Red Seas, the Persian Gulf, and its traditional ties to surrounding hinterlands as well as to the west coast of India. While having particular interest to readers concerned with Indian Ocean history, as an absorbing and innovative account of a much neglected albeit critical area and period, Arabian Seas, 1700-1763 will be of great interest to anyone interested in early modern maritime, social, or economic history. Kings, Gangsters, and Companies, volume two of Arabian Seas, 1700-1763 focuses on European relations with the major states and societies of the Western Indian Ocean during the eighteenth century. As such, it traces the major structural changes in African, South Asian, and Middle Eastern societies during this period. Chapters examine European communities and their relations with the societies of the Indian Ocean basin, the daily life of European soldiers and merchants, relations with Indian women, European views on the Indian caste system as well as the governmental systems they encountered. The volume also details the importance of Indian and Persian merchant communities in the Indian Ocean trading system and the impact of war on the economic development of this system during the eighteenth century. Men and Merchandise, the third volume of Arabian Seas, 1700-1763, provides a detailed examination of the economic and social structures in the Western Indian Ocean focusing on key commodities like bullion, textiles, and the slave trade. Readers will also encounter interesting vignettes of daily life: an Indian nautch girl worried about her inheritance, a Portuguese gangster-friar and pariah workers, the infamous buccaneers of Madagascar, coffee-traders from Yemen, Cairo, and the Crimea, and Iraqi and Iranian bankers who all had relevance to this vast economic system. Men and Merchandise provides insights into other traditionally ignored aspects in the traditional historiography including uprisings aboard slave ships, and details of maroon societies involving refugee slaves in India and Mauritius as well as Dutch slave soldiers in the Persian Gulf. As such, it will prove of great interest to any reader concerned with the social and economic history of the Indian Ocean basin. Europe in Asia, the fourth volume and final volume in Arabian Seas, 1700-1763, details the early phase of European territorial empire building in the western Indian Ocean basin. Particular attention is given to the much neglected history of the Portuguese Estado da India and the attempts of the Portuguese Crown to reform its administration and dwindling possessions in the eighteenth century. The volume examines the direct legacies of the longstanding Portuguese imperial presence in the Arabian Seas, including the experiences of Indian Catholic communities as well as the establishment of Indian settlements and communities in East Africa. Finally, the volume provides an exhaustive treatment of the structures and history of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and English East India Company (EIC), the establishment of the vast private country trade of the EIC, and the reasons for the relative decline of the VOC and the rise of English power in the region during the eighteenth century.
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Arabian Seas 1700 1763

Drawing on a vast range of sources Arabian Seas 1700 - 1763 is as much a sweeping overview as a detailed examination of the maritime world of the western Indian Ocean in the eighteenth century.

Author: R. J. Barendse

Publisher: Brill Academic Pub

ISBN: 9004176586

Category: History

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Drawing on a vast range of sources Arabian Seas 1700 - 1763 is as much a sweeping overview as a detailed examination of the maritime world of the western Indian Ocean in the eighteenth century. It deals with the various states, economies and societies there and with the impact of the early phase of European colonialism on them.
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Arabian Seas 1700 1763 Europe in Asia

The volume also details the importance of Indian and Persian merchant communities in the Indian Ocean trading system and the impact of war on the economic development of this system during the eighteenth century."--

Author: R. J. Barendse

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ISBN: 9004176624

Category: Indian Ocean Region

Page: 1868

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" Kings, Gangsters, and Companies, volume two of Arabian Seas, 1700-1763 focuses on European relations with the major states and societies of the Western Indian Ocean during the eighteenth century. As such, it traces the major structural changes in African, South Asian, and Middle Eastern societies during this period. Chapters examine European communities and their relations with the societies of the Indian Ocean basin, the daily life of European soldiers and merchants, relations with Indian women, European views on the Indian caste system as well as the governmental systems they encountered. The volume also details the importance of Indian and Persian merchant communities in the Indian Ocean trading system and the impact of war on the economic development of this system during the eighteenth century."--
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Arabian Seas 1700 1763 Men and merchandise

The volume also details the importance of Indian and Persian merchant communities in the Indian Ocean trading system and the impact of war on the economic development of this system during the eighteenth century."--

Author: R. J. Barendse

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ISBN: 9004176608

Category: Indian Ocean Region

Page: 1868

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Interesting vignettes of daily life: an Indian nautch girl worried about her inheritance, a Portuguese gangster-friar and pariah workers, the infamous buccaneers of Madagascar, coffee-traders from Yemen, Cairo, and the Crimea, and Iraqi and Iranian bankers who all had relevance to this vast economic system. Men and Merchandise provides insights into other traditionally ignored aspects in the traditional historiography including uprisings aboard slave ships, and details of maroon societies involving refugee slaves in India and Mauritius as well as Dutch slave soldiers in the Persian Gulf. As such, it will prove of great interest to any reader concerned with the social and economic history of the Indian Ocean basin. Europe in Asia,
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Naga

... 1752 Tracers 1607 Training 1624 Trawling 1726 , 1739 Tributyltin 1651
Trophic relationships 1619 Tropics 1634 , 1700 , 1754 Tuna 1729 ... 1668 , 1708
, 1710 , 1725 , 1726 , 1728 , 1735 , 1737 , 1738 , 1741 , 1748 , 1757 , 1763 ,
1781 , 1786 , 1794 , 1796 Meiobenthos ... 1623 , 1742 , 1746 , 1785 , 1799
Alamagan Island 1733 Antigua 1678 Arabian Gulf 1689 Arabian Sea 1642 Asia
1634 Baharnas ...

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India

They have their origin in the Sahyadri ranges and flow westward into the Arabian
Sea , 60 km . away , the rivers break the ... A Brazilian adventurer came to Goa
when she was 18 in 1700 disguised as a man – Baltazar de Couto Cardozo —
and fought for the Portuguese against the Marathas . ... It reached its present size
in the 18th century as a result of more annexations — first in 1763 and later in
1788 .

Author: Pran Nath Seth

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105020982901

Category: Cities and towns

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Johnson s Universal Cyclop dia

For the purposes of this training b . at Nevers in 1763. ... His Kritisch - literarische
Uebersicht der Reisenden in Russland bis 1700 ( 1846 ) is the most im- tion is
measured in any particular ... from the Strait of Bab - el - Mandeb Franklin , and
Clinton counties , and having an area of 5,000 to the Indian Ocean or Arabian
Sea .

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Johnson s Universal Cyclopedia

For the purposes of this training b . at Nevers in 1763. ... His Kritisch - literarische
l'ebersicht der Reisenden in Russland bis 1700 ( 1846 ) is the most im- tion is
measured in any particular case by ... parts of Hamilton , Essex , and Aden , and
extending from the Strait of Bab - el - Mandeb to the Indian Ocean or Arabian Sea
.

Author: Charles Kendall Adams

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ISBN: UCSC:32106020405897

Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

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Appleton s Cyclopedia of Biography

He died in of admiral of the Indian , Persian , and Arabian seas . ... GAMBA , J. F. ,
a French voyager , 1763–1833 . ... Galvani 1700. He was distinguished as a
preacher and consoon satisfied himself that this same phenomenon oc-
troversialist ...

Author: Francis Lister Hawks

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105118475057

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The Pictorial Cyclopaedia of Biography

He died in ot admiral of the Indian , Persian , and Arabian seas . ... GAMBA , J. F. ,
a French voyager , 1763–1833 . ... Galvani 1700. He was distinguished as a
preacher and consoon satisfied himself that this same phenomenon oc-
troversialist ...

Author: Lambert Lilly

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ISBN: UIUC:30112118365656

Category: Biography

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Appletons Cyclop dia of Biography

He died in of admiral of the Indian , Persian , and Arabian seas , England ,
September 1803 , aged 73 . The expedition of ... GAMBA , J. F. , a French
voyager , 1763–1833 . GALVANI , LUIGI ... Galvani 1700. He was dístinguished
as a preacher and consoon satisfied himself that this same phenomenon oc-
troversialist .

Author: Elihu Rich

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ISBN: NYPL:33433082542568

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How to Prepare for SAT II

... the interior , despite the export of 12 million slaves — three percent from 1450
to 1600 , 16 percent from 1601 to 1700 , 52 percent from ... From 1740 to 1763
Britain and France were continually struggling around the world to define their
respective spheres , and India ... In 1510 they established the port of Goa on the
Arabian Sea and during the next century swept the Muslims out of Indian Ocean
trade .

Author: Heidi Roupp

Publisher: Barrons Educational Series Incorporated

ISBN: 0812092945

Category: History

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Reviews topics in world history and includes sample exams
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World History

The Treaty of Paris in 1763 , which ended the Seven Years ' War and its related
conflicts around the world , left the French ... In the late 1700s , such conflicts
have caused serious problems for a nation . ... the so MAP ANSWER Bay of
Bengal , Indian Ocean , Arabian Sea , Western Ghats , Eastern Ghats , Deccan
Plateau ...

Author: Holt Rinehart & Winston

Publisher: Holt Rinehart & Winston

ISBN: 0030535271

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