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Illustrations To Volume 3

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This illustration section of this book title Arabian Seas 1700-1763 commences with a map of Augustin Bay and a view on Bharuch. It presents an image of a woman dressed in traditional clothing of the Swahili and in traditional abbas in Jeddah. A picture represents the traditional loom for making silk saris in India and an image of Hindu shopkeeper in Goa and a Persian African male slave. There are also photographs that depicts some images of merchants and mercenaries such as Durbar of the governor of Surat and Malik Ambar and a Mutesa king of Buganda reviewing his troops, among others.

Keywords: Arabian Seas; mercenaries; merchant; Persian African male slave



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