Bookcover of Ottoman–Portuguese Conflicts (1538–1557)
Booktitle:

Ottoman–Portuguese Conflicts (1538–1557)

Portuguese Empire, Ottoman Empire, Indian Ocean

TypPRESS (2011-11-30 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-8-66185-6

ISBN-10:
6138661850
EAN:
9786138661856
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The second Ottoman-Portuguese War (1538–1557) was an armed military conflict between the Portuguese Empire and the Ottoman Empire, into the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea and in East Africa. This war took place upon the backdrop of the Ethiopian-Adal War. Ethiopia had been invaded in 1529 by Adalite Imam Ahmed Gargn. Portuguese help, which was first asked by Emperor Lebna Dengel in 1520 to help defeat Adal while it was weak, finally arrived in Mitsiwa on February 10, 1541, during the reign of Emperor Galawdewos. The force was led by Cristóvão da Gama (second son of Vasco da Gama) and included 400 musketeers and few Portuguese cavalry as well as a number of artisans and other non-combatants.
Publishing house:
TypPRESS
Website:
http://www.betascript-publishing.com
Edited by:
Cornelia Cecilia Eglantine
Number of pages:
228
Published on:
2011-11-30
Stock:
Available
Category:
Political theory and the history of ideas
Price:
64.00 €
Keywords:
Portuguese, Empire, Ottoman, Conflict, 1538, Indian, Ocean, conflict, Indiana, oceans

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