Porta de Santiago, Portuguese fort (A Famosa), Malacca, Malaysia. Author T0lk. No Copyright
Porta de Santiago, Portuguese fort (A Famosa), Malacca, Malaysia. Author T0lk

Architecture, Artillery, Numismatics, Furniture and Arts. Bibliography of Portuguese Colonial History 16th-18th century

Written by Marco Ramerini. English text revision by Dietrich Köster.

PORTUGUESE EMPIRE: ARCHITECTURE, ARTILLERY, FURNITURE AND ARTS, NUMISMATICS

ARCHITECTURE:

– Various Authors, “A arquitectura militar na expansão portuguesa ” 160 pp., Catálogo da Exposição, CNPCDP, 1994, Porto, Portugal.

– Carita, Helder, “Arquitectura civil indo-portuguesa: génese e primeiros modelos”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 114-133

– Chaves, L. “Os monumentos da expansão e da colonização dos Portugueses no Mundo” 26 pp. I° Congresso da Expansão Portuguesa no Mundo, 1938, Lisbon, Portugal.
A brief list of Portuguese monuments in Madeira, India, Brazil, Ceylon.

– Fernandes, José Manuel “Vestígios do Estilo Manuelino na arquitectura religiosa de influência portuguesa na Índia: Malabar, Coromandel, Goa”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 136-154

– Ferracuti, Giovanni and Moniz, Adolfo “Goa: memoria e immagine : architettura e città dell’India portoghese”, 128 pp. 110 ills. Lybra immagine, 1991, Milan, Italy.

– Marta, R. “Architettura manuelina, protagonista dell’impero portoghese” 272 pp. ills. Kappa, 1998

– Moreira, Rafael “A primeira comemoração: o Arco dos Vice-Reis”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 156-160

– Pereira, José, “Baroque Goa : The Architecture of Portuguese India”, x, 177 pp. 11 plates, 1995. Contents: Preface. 1. A brief history of Goa. 2. The Indianness of Indian Baroque. 3. The churches of Goa: a brief overview. 4. Evolution of the Goan church. 5. Evolution of the Goan Hindu temple. 6. Goan mansions. 7. Historiography of Indian baroque. Notes. List of illustrations. Bibliography of Indian baroque. Index.

– Teixeira, M. C. “The models of reference of Portuguese colonial urbanism of the 15th-18th century” Sixth International Seminar on Urban Form, Firenze, July 1999, in: “Revista Urbanismo de origem portuguesa”, September 1999, revista do centro de estudos de urbanismo e arquitectura.

– Valla, M. “O papel dos arquitectos e engenheiros-militares na transmissão das formas urbanas portuguesas” Comunicação apresentada no IV Congresso Luso-Afro-Brasileiro, Rio de Janeiro, 1996, in: “Revista Urbanismo de origem portuguesa”, September 1999, revista do centro de estudos de urbanismo e arquitectura.

– Viganò, M. “Architetti e ingegneri militari italiani all’estero. Dal XV al XVIII secolo” ?, 240 pp., illustrations, Sillabe, 1994, Livorno, Italy.

ARTILLERY:

– Daehnhardt, Rainer “Espingerda feiticeira, The bewitched gun. A introdução da arma de fogo pelos portugueses no Extremo-Oriente, The introduction of the firearm in the Far East by the Portuguese” ?, versão bilingue, trad. Ronnie Percival, Texto Editora, 1994, Lisboa, Portugal.

– Daehnhardt, Rainer “Homens, espadas e tomates”, Nova Acrópole, 1996, Porto.

– Rubim, Nuno José Varela “Sobre a possibilidade técnica do emprego de Artilharia na Batalha de Aljubarrota”, Revista de Artilharia, Janeiro-Fevereiro 1986

– Rubim, Nuno José Varela “A Artilharia Portuguesa nas Tapeçarias de Pastrana – A Tomada de Arzila em 1471”, Separata da Revista de Artilharia, 1987.

– Rubim, Nuno José Varela “D. João II e o Artilhamento das Caravelas de Guarda-Costas – o Tiro de Ricochete Naval”, Separata da Revista de Artilharia, 1990

– Rubim, Nuno José Varela, “Estudos sobre Artilharia Antiga –I” / A Torre de Belém, Revista de Artilharia, nos 835-836, Março-Abril 1995

– Rubim, Nuno José Varela & Sampaio, Tércio Machado “A artilharia antes da utilização da polvora” 46 pp. Separata da “Revista de Artilharia”, Jul. 2000, Lisbon, Portugal.

FURNITURE AND ARTS:

– Various Authors, “José Blanco: a paixão de Goa. Museo de Arte Sacra de Rachol”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 162-170

– Borges, C. J. “Questões em torno das formas de representação na arte religiosa indo-portuguesa “, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 72-86

– Felgueiras, José Jordão “Arcas indo-portuguesas de Cochim”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 34-41

– Mendes Pinto, Maria Helena “Sentando-se em Goa” in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 43-58

– Osswald, Maria Cristina, “Marfins formas e técnicas, com especial incidência na imaginária indo-portuguesa”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 60-70

– Raposo, Francisco Hipolito “O encanto dos contadores indo-portugueses”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 16-32

– Sardo, Susana “Goa: sons e silêncios”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 246-256

– Serrao, Vitor “A pintura na antiga Índia Portuguesa nos séculos XVI e XVII” in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 102-112

– Souza, Teotónio R. de, “A arte cristã de Goa. uma introdução histórica para a dialéctica da sua evolução”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 8-14

– Vassallo e Silva, Nuno “Tesouros da <<Terra de Promissam>>: a ourivesaria entre Portugal e a Índia”, in: “Oceanos” n°19-20, Sep/Dec. 1994 pp. 88-100

NUMISMATICS:

– Bopearachchi, Osmund and Weerakhody, D.P.M. “Origin, Evolution and Circulation of Foreign Coins in the Indian Ocean : Proceedings of the Numismatic Workshop ‘Origin and Evolution of Coins” and the International Seminar “Circulation of Foreign Coins in Sri Lanka and Ancient Sea Routes in the Indian Ocean” Colombo, 8-10 September 1994 ? xv, 272 p., plates, 1998, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Contents: Editor’s note by Osmund Bopearachchi and D.P.M. Weerakkody. Message from Honourable Lakshman Jayakody, Minister of Cultural and Religious Affairs. Presidential Address by Osmund Bopearachchi. I. Origin and evolution of coins: 1. The origin and development of Greek coinage/A. Burnett. 2. Coinage in the Greek world/C. Grandjean. 3. The origins and development of Chinese coins/F. Thierry. 4. Islamic coins – origins and development/V. Porter. 5. Showpieces: coins for presentation and display in early modern Europe/B.J. Cook. 6. Rags to riches, or, how paper money became respectable/V.H. Hewitt. 7. Women as symbols of wealth: female images on paper money/V.H. Hewitt. 8. Treasure and treasure trove: coins and antiquities law in Britain/B.J. Cook. II. Circulation of foreign coins in Sri Lanka and ancient sea routes in the Indian Ocean: 1. Archaeological evidence on changing patterns of international trade relations of ancient Sri Lanka/O. Bopearachchi. 2. Roman coins from India and Sri Lanka/A. Burnett. 3. Chinese coins from the Yaphuwa site in the collection at the Anuradhapura Museum/F. Thierry. 4. Maritime silk routes and Chinese coins hoards/F. Thierry. 5. Islamic coins found in Sri Lanka/V. Porter. 6. The early European coins for Sri Lanka/B.J. Cook. 7. Currency for a colony: paper money for Ceylon printed in England/V. H. Hewitt.

– Coutinho, Xavier “Numismática Portuguesa de Ceilão como demonstração da suzerania portuguesa (século XVII)” In: Coutinho, Xavier “Portugal na história e na arte de Ceilão” 1-5 pp., separata de STUDIA N° 34-35, 1972, Lisbon, Portugal.

– Cunha, J.Gerson da “Contributions to the study of Indo-Portuguese numismatic” 125 pp. Illustrated. 1880 Bombay, India. Deals with general observations on the institutions of mints by the Portuguese in India and descriptions of successive issues of money in chronological order from 1580 through to 1880.

– Shaw, William and Mohd Kassim Haji Ali “Malacca coins”, 21 pp. Muzium Negara, 1970, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Covering Malacca Sultanate, Portuguese and Dutch Colonial coins.

– Sim, E. E. “Portuguese Coinage of the Malay Peninsula. The Bastardos of King Dom Manuel I”, in: Actas do IV° Congresso Nacional de Numismática, 1998, Lisbon, Portugal.

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