Potruguese Rule and Spanish Crown in South Africa, 1581-1640.


Set out in 27 chapters this book is an indepth study of how the Spanish had a great influence over the Portuguses in South Africa.It describes how both countries so closely linked in both language and culture and in their geographic position could prosper for more that sixty years under a Spanish king.This book focuses on Portuguese rule and the Spanish crown during the sixty year period of 1581–1640 in South Africa.

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H/b in reasonably clean boards somewhat faded and with a few marks on the back,corners bumped and spine ends bruised,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 634,inc.index,notes to text,no plates,text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to strong.There is a private library book plate on the fp/d.No foxing,staining,slightly age-browned.Otherwise internally nice and clean throughout.


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