From Isfahan to Ayutthaya: Contacts Between Iran and Siam in the 17th Century
Ayutthaya was known among 17th century foreign mariners under the Persian epithet of Shahr-e Nav. Utilising parts of the Ship of Sulayman, and works by European explorers, the writer unfolds the circumstances, influences and impact resulting from contacts between the Safavid and Siamese Kingdoms and the visible effects in present-day Thailand.
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The royal capital of Ayutthaya is known among foreign mariners of 17th century under the Persian epithet of Shahr-e Nav. Utilising parts of the Ship of Sulayman, and other works by European explorers ... Read full review