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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books that are mentioned in the book Dutch East India Company Merchants at the Court of Ayutthaya: Dutch Perceptions of the Thai Kingdom c. 1604-1765. From the beginning of the sixteenth century, actively participating in an ‘Age of Commerce’ in Asia, a considerable number of Thai—elite and non-elite—came into contact with a novelty, European merchants and missionaries in Asia. Admittedly, the Dutch observers did not completely ignore the life and plight of commoners. Yet, being traders, they naturally focused their attention on the institution which controlled Ayutthaya’s foreign trade: the royal court, which was both the major agent in Thai society, politics, and culture, and the.

Keywords: court of Ayutthaya; Dutch East India Company; Thai society

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