The Portuguese Presence in the Persian Gulf

@inproceedings{Cunha2009ThePP,
  title={The Portuguese Presence in the Persian Gulf},
  author={J. T. E. Cunha},
  year={2009}
}
The history of the Kingdom of Hormuz, as French historian Jean Aubin put it in his classic article, is similar to that of other city-states like Calicut, Cochin, Cannanore, Kilwa, and Qais (Kish): a type of metropolis, capital of a small autonomous state whose survival depended on maritime commerce, whose merchant groups influenced its fate, and whose cultural framework was characterized by an ethnic cosmopolitanism and religious diversity.1 According to Aubin, what made the difference in… Expand

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