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Associates Of Bento Osorio, 1610–1640

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This appendix section of this book titled The Same but Different?: Inter-cultural Trade and the Sephardim, 1595-1640 presents a table for the associates of Bento Osorio, 1610-1640. The selection of Bento Osorio was based, on the criteria of migration in addition to the condition of having been active in Amsterdam as a prominent Sephardic merchant during the chronology of the study. Osorio typifies the much studied stream of Sephardic migration to the Dutch Republic, a stream that originated in Portugal. These migrants, like Osorio, came directly to Amsterdam from cities such as Lisbon and Porto.

Keywords:Bento Osorio; inter-cultural trade; Sephardic merchant



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