8 edition of The Portuguese in the East found in the catalog.
The Portuguese in the East
Shihan de Silva Jayasuriya
May 13, 2008
by Tauris Academic Studies
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||256|
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Description: Drawing on unpublished materials from the Overseas Historical Archive, and other libraries in Portugal, this book considers Portuguese leadership and organization at home, where it pertained to the governance of the eastern colonies; as well as the formal and ‘soft’ instruments of state applied on the ground in these colonies in first half of the eighteenth century.
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Semantic features are addressed, in the Portuguese influence in word order. For verbs, Portuguese influence on tense, mood and aspect is discussed.
Amongst other interesting details, the influence of Portuguese past tense marker 'já' is amply documented. This is an enlightening work on the Portuguese cultural and linguistic imprint in the East/5(2). Overseas Historical Archive, and other libraries in Portugal, this book considers Portuguese leadership and organization at home, where it pertained to the governance of the eastern colonies; as well as the formal and ‘soft’ instruments of state applied on the ground in these colonies in first half of the eighteenth by: 1.
Drawing on unpublished materials from the Overseas Historical Archive, and other libraries in Portugal, this book considers Portuguese leadership and organization at home, where it pertained to the governance of the eastern colonies; as well as the formal and ‘soft’ instruments of state applied on the ground in these colonies in first half of the eighteenth century.
east translate: leste. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary. Elsewhere in India, the Portuguese had constructed a fort at Diu, an important port that commanded the commercial and pilgrimage routes between India and the Middle East. By the mids all Gujarati ships entering and leaving the Gulf of Khambhat were being required to pay Portuguese duties at Diu.
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In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Portuguese Eastern Empire, the Estado da Índia (State of India), with its capital in Goa, then often called in Europe the "Rome of the East", included possessions (as subjected areas with a certain degree of autonomy) in all the Asian Subcontinents, East Africa, and the Pacific.
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Our range of Portuguese books includes coursebooks, grammar books, dictionaries, fiction and non-fiction.Excerpt The pages that follow are an attempt to outline Portuguese activity in south-east Africa, from the Cape of Good Hope to the equator, during the seventeenth century, with particular emphasis on white settlement and relations between the Portuguese and indigenous populations.