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Suma oriental of Tomé Pires. Vol. I/II.

TomГ© Pires

Suma oriental of Tomé Pires. Vol. I/II.

by TomГ© Pires

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Published by Kraus Reprint in [Nendeln, Liechtenstein] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • East Asia,
  • East Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Pilot guides -- East Asia.,
    • East Asia -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesBook of Francisco Rodrigues.
      SeriesWorks issued by the Hakluyt Society, 2d ser., no. 89-90, Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ;, 2nd ser., no. 89-90.
      ContributionsRodrigues, Francisco, fl. 1513., Cortesão, Armando, 1891- ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG161 .H23 2d ser., no. 89-90
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxcvi, 578 p.
      Number of Pages578
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5132594M
      LC Control Number74253221

      “Suma Oriental yang ditulis oleh Tome Pires merupakan salah satu dari sedikit naskah sejarah abad ke yang berhasil merekam situasi kawasan Asia pada periode itu dengan cukup detail. Buku ini menjadi sumber pengetahuan yang amat penting bagi siapa saja yang akan mengkaji kawasan Asia, khususnya Asia Tenggara untuk periode dimaksud.” -Dr. Beli Suma Oriental Online berkualitas dengan harga murah terbaru di Tokopedia! Pembayaran mudah, pengiriman cepat & bisa cicil 0%.

      The main pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. 2/ The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires Vol. II. Pages + 10 maps, 5 illustrations. Book VI of the Suma Oriental, together with a translation of Rodrigues’ ‘Book’, the entire Portuguese texts, and a letter from Pires to King Manuel, The translations. ‘Suma Oriental’ refers to the brilliant collection of writings by Tomé Pires, a Portuguese apothecary in the 16th century. In a very detailed description of an insular southeast Asia, "Suma Oriental" revealed for the first time that sandalwood originated in the Sumba (modern day Indonesia).

      Book Description. Translated from the Portuguese MS in the Bibliothèque de la Chambre des Deputés, Paris. Containing the translated Books I-V of the Suma Oriental. The main pagination of this and the following volume (Second Series 90) is continuous. This is a new print-on-demand hardback edition of the volume first published in Other articles where Suma Oriental is discussed: Indonesia: Muslim kingdoms of northern Sumatra: writer Tomé Pires in his Suma Oriental. These Javanese kingdoms existed to serve the commerce with the extensive Muslim world and especially with Malacca, an importer of Javanese rice. Similarly, the rulers of Malacca, though of prestigious Palembang origin, had accepted Islam precisely in.


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The Suma Oriental Of Tome Pires, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. includes 15 plates and Map in v.2; 27 plates an /5(21). Share Containing the translated Books I-V of the Suma Oriental: An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India inand The Book of Francisco Rodrigues, Rutter of a Voyage in the Red Sea, Nautical Rules, Almanack and Maps, Written and Drawn in the East before Author: Armando Cortesão.

Each vol. has special t.p. Reprint of the ed., which was translated and edited by Armando Cortesão and published in 2 v. "The book of Francisco Rodrigues": pages Description: xcvi, pages illustrations, facsimiles, maps (some folded) 23 cm.

Contents: The Suma oriental of Tomé Pires, books II. The Suma oriental, book 6. The Suma Oriental of Tome Pires: An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India inand The Book of Francisco Rodrigues, Rutter of a Voyage in the Red Sea, Nautical Rules, Almanack and Maps, Written and Drawn in the East before Volume I 4 (22 ratings by Goodreads)4/5(22).

The Suma oriental of Tomé Pires: an account of the East, from the Red sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India inand the book of Francisco Rodrigues, rutter of a voyage in the Red sea, nautical rules, almanack and maps, written and drawn in the East before edited by Armando Cortesão Pires, Tomé, approximately approximately The Suma Oriental of Tome Pires: An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India inand The Book of Francisco Rodrigues, Rutter of a Voyage in the Red Sea, Nautical Rules, Almanack and Maps, Written and Drawn in the East before Volume I.

Note on this digitized version produced by McGIll University Library. The Suma oriental of Tomé Pires: an account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India in ; and, the book of Francisco Rodrigues, rutter of a voyage in the Red Sea, nautical rules, almanack and maps, written and drawn in the East before The Suma Oriental of Tome Pires: an account of the East, from the Red Sea to China, written in Malacca and India in (Volume II: Malacca) Authors: Tomé Pires, Armando Cortesão, Francisco Rodrigues.

Editor: Armando Cortesão. Publisher: Asian Educational Services, Full text of " The Suma oriental of Tomé Pires: an account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India in ; and, the book of Francisco Rodrigues, rutter of a voyage in the Red Sea, nautical rules, almanack and maps, written and drawn in the East before ".

slide CONTENTS VOL. I PAGE LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ix FOREWORD xi INTRODUCTION: The Paris Codex xiii Biographical Note on Tome Pires xviii The Suma Oriental lxxii The Pilot and Cartographer Francisco Rodrigues.

lxxviii The Book of Francisco Rodrigues. lxxxviii TH E SUMA ORIENTAL OF TOMFI PIRES PREFACE i FIRST BOOK—EGYPT TO CAMBAY: Egypt to Ormuz 7. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The Suma oriental of Tomé Pires: an account of the East from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India in ; and, The Book of Francisco Rodrigues, rutter of a voyage in the Red Sea, nautical rules, almanack and maps written and drawn in the East before / translated from the Portuguese MS in the Bibliotheque de la Chambre des Deputes, Paris and edited by Armando Cortesao.

The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires: An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India inand The Book of Volume II (Hakluyt Society. The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India inand The Book of Francisco Rodrigues, Rutter of a Voyage in the Red Sea, Nautical Rules, Almanack and Maps, Written and Drawn in the East before Volume II.

The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires: An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India inand The Book of Volume II (Hakluyt Society, Second Series) 1st EditionFormat: Hardcover.

The Suma Oriental From his Malay-Indonesia travels, he wrote a landmark book on Asian trade, the Suma Oriental que trata do Mar Roxo até aos Chins (Summa of the East, from the Red Sea up to the Chinese).

He wrote the book in Malacca and India between andcompleting it before the death of Afonso de Albuquerque (December ). Title The Suma oriental of Tome Pires, books Volume 1 of The Suma Oriental of Tome Pires: An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, Written in Malacca and India inand the 3/5(2).

Volume I contains an introduction by the editor and the first five books of Tome Pires' Suma Oriental; Volume II contains the last, sixth book of The Suma Oriental and The Book of Francisco Rodrigues, as well as the original Portuguese text of the two works and appendices.

Each volume contains a fold-out map in pouch at rear. The Suma oriental of Tomé Pires: an account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India in ; and, the book of Francisco Rodrigues, rutter of a voyage in the Red Sea, nautical rules, almanack and maps, written and drawn in the East before.

The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires and the Book of Francisco Rodrigues. Translated from the Portuguese MS., and edited by Armando Cortesão.

2 volumes. 9 × 6¼, pp. xcvi +44 illustrations and maps. London: Printed for the Hakluyt Society, Price £3 15s. - Volume 79 Issue - .The Suma Oriental of Tomé Pires: An Account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India inand The Book of Francisco Volume II /5(7).

The Suma oriental of Tomé Pirés, an account of the East, from the Red Sea to Japan, written in Malacca and India in –, and The book of Francisco Rodrigues, rutter of a voyage in the Red Sea, nautical rules, almanack and maps, written and drawn in the East before (A.

Cortesao, Trans.) (p. ) [Microfilm: NL (Vol. 1), NL.