High versus low: portuguese and dutch fortification traditions meet in colonial Brazil (1500 - 1654)

Focusing on a specific period in the history of Brazil (1500 - 1654), the chapter discusses the portuguese defensive traditions and the dutch defensive traditions, and their meeting during the Dutch occupation in northeastern Brazil. The author also talks about the political and economic context of the South Atlantic in that period.

  • Chapter
  • Oscar F. Hefting
  • Brill
  • 2010
  • Leiden
  • English
  • In.: Klingelhofer, Eric. First Forts: Essays on the Archeology of Proto-colonial Fortifications, p.189-208.

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Updated at 22/09/2011 by the tutor Projeto Fortalezas Multimídia (Pedro).



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