By John E. Wills Jr, John Cranmer-Byng, Willard J. Peterson Jr, John W. Witek
China and Maritime Europe, 1500-1800 seems to be at early sleek China in a few of its most complex and fascinating kin with an international of accelerating international interconnection. New international silver, chinese language tea, Jesuit astronomers on the chinese language court docket, and retailers and marauders of all types play vital roles the following. even if items of those tales were informed sooner than, those chapters give you the fullest and clearest on hand summaries, according to resources in chinese language and in eu languages, making this knowledge available to scholars and students attracted to the growing to be connections between continents and civilizations within the early smooth interval.
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The main engine of the prosperity of Manila was the fragile link provided by the Manila galleons between China’s thirst for silver and the immense new supplies 44 45 46 47 Gauvin A. Bailey, Art on the Jesuit Missions in Asia and Latin America, 1542–1773 (Toronto, 1999). Rubiés, Travel and Ethnology, Ch. 9. The link with the Hermetic tradition is made explicit in D. P. Walker, The Ancient Theology: Studies in Christian Platonism from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century (Ithaca, NY, 1972), Ch.
210–213; Charles O. Hucker, “Hu Tsung-hsien’s Campaign Against Hsu Hai, 1556,” in Frank A. , and John K. , Chinese Ways in Warfare (Cambridge, MA, 1974), pp. 273–307; Lin Renchuan, Mingmo Qingchu siren haishang maoyi (Shanghai, 1987), pp. 85–111. One of the earliest surviving references to this date is that of Mendes Pinto; Fernão Mendes Pinto, The Travels of Mendes Pinto, ed. and trans. Rebecca D. Catz (Chicago, 1989), p. 508. Tang Kaijian, Weiliduo “Baoxiao shimo shu” Jianzheng (Guangzhou, 2004), pp.
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