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The Voyage The Atlantic: Lisbon to the Cape of Good Hope From Santiago to the Bay of Saint Helena The African Coast Doubling the Cape of Good Hope The Bay of São Brás From São Brás to Malindi Natal and the Land of Boa Gente Rio dos Bons Sinais Mozambique The Shoals of São Rafael Mombasa Malindi.

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Vasco da Gama’s voyage around the Cape of Good Hope to India was an. .The journal of Vasco da Gama’s first voyage to India was inscribed on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register in 2013.

Vasco da Gama’s voyage around the Cape of Good Hope to India was an event of enormous historical significance. Apart from being one of the great acts of European seamanship, it laid the basis for the Portuguese Empire, which was to last for centuries, and it established new contacts between Europe and the civilizations of Asia, marking an early milestone in the process that later came to be called globalization.

This voyage and his combination of force and diplomacy while in India was integral to Portugal's success as a colonising power in the early sixteenth century. Contemporary diplomatic reports concerning the voyage are also included in this book.

Ames had a vast publication record of six books and over thirty academic articles

Ames had a vast publication record of six books and over thirty academic articles. Among his book publications include: En Nome de Deus: The Journal of the First Voyage of Vasco da Gama to India, 1497-1499 (2009), Renascent Empire: The House of Braganza and the Quest for Stability in Portuguese Monsoon Asia, c. 1640-1683 (2000), and Colbert, Mercantilism and the French Quest for Asian Trade (1996).

Vasco da Gama à India, 1497-1499. Inscrito no Registo internacional em 2013. The main pagination of this and the preceding and following volumes (Second Series 95 and 97) is continuous, but each has its own Introduction.

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Your Bibliography: Ames, G. (2005). Your Bibliography: Gama, V. and Ames, G. (2009). publication Interview Journal Legislation Magazine Music or recording Newspaper. New York: Pearson/Longman. Em nome de Deus : the journal of the first voyage of Vasco da Gama to India, 1497-1499 : European expansion and indigenous response. Jayasuriya, S. D. S. The Portuguese in the East. 2. Choose your Style.

Other authors: See the other authors section

Other authors: See the other authors section. Series: European Expansion and Indigenous Response (4). Members.

Based on historiographical changes over the last century, this new edited edition of the Journal of the First Voyage of Vasco da Gama to India (1497-1499) provides the first English translation of this important expedition in more than a century.