South Africa under King Sebastian and the Cardinal.1557–1580.

£18.00

Here we have another volume that deals with the history of the Portuguese influence in the south and south-east of the African Continent.King Sebastian was the grandson of King John the third.This volume describes the importance of the stronghold of Mozambique,Portuguese trade with Eastern Ethiopia,it tells of the Kafir invasion of 1569 and of Portuguese views of Bantu life and custom.This is realy serious colonial history.

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H/b in nice clean printed boards,no d/w,spine a little faded and ends bruised.Size 9×6 pp 5+487,inc,index,notes to text,no plates or maps,text only.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) a little staining to front and back endpapers.Very slightly age-browned otherwise nice and clean throughout. A v/g–V/g++clean copy.

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