Written by Marco Ramerini. English text revision by Dietrich Köster.
PORTUGUESE EMPIRE: MIDDLE EAST
ARABIA, PERSIAN GULF:
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– Dinteman, Walter “Forts of Oman” ?, 128 pp., a collection of numerous photos, 1993. A highly pictorial account of the role of the fort in Oman’s history since the 16th century.
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– Pereira da Costa, José, “Socotora’ e o domínio português no Oriente”, 51 pp. separata da Revista da Universitade de Coimbra, 1973, Coimbra, Portugal. The history of the Portuguese occupation of Socotra with the reproduction of several documents.
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– Ziolkowski, Michele, “Excavations at Al-Bidyyah: new light on the Portuguese presence in the Emirates”, in: “Tribulus”, Vol. 9.2, pp. 19-21, autumn/winter 1999.
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