Portuguese Colonial Cities in the Early Modern World
Liam Matthew Brockey
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - History - 282 pages
A collection of essays on the Portuguese empire written by the leading scholars in the field. The contributions focus on the social, political and economic aspects of city life in settlements as far apart as Rio de Janeiro, Mozambique Island and Nagasaki.
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