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by Academy Colloquium on Coastal Burma in the Age of Commerce,Jos J. L. Gommans,Jacques Leider,Jos Gommanser

Free eBook The Maritime Frontier of Burma: Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, 1200-1800 (Verhandelingen Der ... Afd. Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, D. 185,) download ISBN: 9067181900
Author: Academy Colloquium on Coastal Burma in the Age of Commerce,Jos J. L. Gommans,Jacques Leider,Jos Gommanser
Publisher: Brill Academic Pub (March 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 248
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Transportation
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Situated at the edge of south and southeast Asia, the maritime frontier of Burma has never received the attention it deserves from historians.

It unravels the political rise and cultural reification of the frontier by revisiting, through multiple perspectives and . This article explores the contrasting visions of world geography prevailing around the Bay of Bengal in the 17th century, namely in Aceh and Arakan.

It unravels the political rise and cultural reification of the frontier by revisiting, through multiple perspectives and successive stages, the final years in the life of a Mughal prince, Muhammad Sultan Shah Shuja‘ (1616–60?).

Academy Colloquium on Coastal Burma in the Age of Commerce; Jos J. L. Gommans The . The result is a creative and colorful pastiche that pays tribute to Burma's distinctive political, cultural and commercial place in the Indian Ocean world. Gommans The Maritime Frontier of Burma: Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, 1200-1800 (Verhandelingen Der. Afd. Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, D. 185,) ISBN 13: 9789067181907. About the Author: HISASI.

Verhandelingen, Afd. Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, 185). pp. xxi, 248; 9 maps, 31 illustrations, some coloured. Recommend this journal. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, 1200-1800 (Verhandelingen Der Koninklijke. Academy Colloquium on Coastal Burma in . .

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Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, 1200–1800.

Exploring Political, Cultural and Commercial Interaction in the Indian Ocean World, 1200–1800. Alaungmintaya’s rise from village headman to kingship offers probably the best documented case of a king’s reign in pre-colonial Burma (ie, Burma before 1824). But the history of this reign has been written both in Burma and in the West essentially in the terms of its military history.

Jos Gommans (1963) studied history in Nijmegen and Leiden

Jos Gommans (1963) studied history in Nijmegen and Leiden. His PhD-thesis focused on the eighteenth-century horse trade between Central Asia and India which created an extensive informal empire dominated by Rohilla and Bangash Afghans (The Rise of the Indo-Afghan Empire, 1710-1780, Leiden: Brill 1995; republished in paperback at Delhi: Oxford University Press 1999 and Manohar Publishers in 2018).

Situated at the periphery of both South and Southeast Asia, the maritime frontier of Burma (Arakan, Lower Burma and Tenasserim) has long been neglected area of study. In spite of its location at the outskirts of powerful Asian polities such as Taungngu Burma, Ayutthaya and Mughal India, it served as an important cultural and commercial crossroads connecting all the regions surrounding the Bay of Bengal. For the first time in Burmese studies, this volume explores the interactive elements of Coastal Burma's civilization by bringing together a unique array of scholars, both historians and art historians, both anglophones and francophones, both South Asianists and Southeast Asianists. The result is a creative and colorful pastiche that pays tribute to Burma's distinctive political, cultural and commercial place in the Indian Ocean world.