The Sea in World History: Exploration, Travel, and Trade, 1st Edition

  • Stephen K. Stein
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  • ISBN-10: 1440835519
  • ISBN-13: 9781440835513
  • DDC: 909.096223
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 919 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released December 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017

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Overview

This two-volume set documents the essential role of the sea and maritime activity across history, from travel and food production to commerce and conquest.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
Early Civilizations, 4000 BCE to 1000 BCE.
1: Egypt, 4000 to 1000 BCE.
2: Delta, Battle of, ca. 1175 BCE.
3: The Khufu Vessels.
4: Punt, Expeditions to.
5: Sea Peoples.
6: The Uluburun Shipwreck.
7: The Aegean Sea, 4000 to 1000 BCE.
8: Homer.
9: Knossos.
10: Mesopotamia, 4000 to 1000 BCE.
11: Dilmun.
12: The Epic of Gilgamesh.
13: Primary Documents.
14: Epic of Gilgamesh, Tablet XI, ca. 2100 BCE.
15: “The Shipwrecked Sailor,” ca. 2000–1650 BCE.
16: “Great Inscription of Year 8” and “Inscription Accompanying the Naval Battle,” from Ramesses III’s Mortuary Temple at Medinet Habu, ca. 1175 BCE.
17: The Report of Wenamun, ca. 1189–1077 BCE.
18: Homer, Odyssey, Book 5, lines 244–330, ca. 750–650 BCE.
The Ancient World, 1000 BCE to 300 CE.
19: China, 1000 BCE to 300 CE.
20: Egypt, 1000 BCE to 300 CE.
21: Alexandria.
22: Eudoxus of Cyzicus.
23: Ptolemy, Claudius, ca. 100–170 CE.
24: Greece, 1000 BCE to 300 CE.
25: Herodotus, ca. 484–425 BCE.
26: Piraeus.
27: Pytheas of Massalia, ca. 350 BCE to ca. 285 BCE.
28: Salamis, Battle of.
29: Syracusia.
30: Themistocles, ca. 524–23 to 460–59 BCE.
31: Trireme.
32: India, 1000 BCE to 300 CE.
33: Phoenicia and Carthage, 1000 BCE to 300 CE.
34: Hanno the Navigator, Fifth and Sixth Centuries BCE.
35: Rome, 1000 BCE to 300 CE.
36: Actium, Battle of, 31 BCE.
37: Piracy in the Mediterranean to 300 CE.
38: Punic Wars, 264–146 BCE.
39: Primary Documents.
40: The Voyage of Hanno, ca. 600–400 BCE.
41: Herodotus on Pharaoh Necho II, ca. 484–425 BCE.
42: Julius Caesar Battles the Veneti, ca. 100–44 BCE Excerpt from The Gallic War, 56 BCE.
43: Excerpt from the Pattinapalai, ca. 100 BCE–100 CE.
44: Strabo on Pytheas of Massalia, ca. 64 BCE–24 CE.
45: Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, ca. 60 CE.
Exchange and Encounter, 300 CE to 1000 CE.
46: China and East Asia, 300 to 1000 CE.
47: Imperial Tribute in the Sui and Tang Eras.
48: Buddhist Pilgrimage from China.
49: The Tang Dynasty Maritime Ceramic Route.
50: Seaborne Merchants of Silla, 668–935 CE.
51: Fa Xian, 337 to ca. 422 CE.
52: Grand Canal.
53: India, 300 to 1000 CE.
54: Shipbuilding and Navigation.
55: Buddhism Influence on Trade and Travel.
56: Islamic Commercial Dominance.
57: The Chola Empire.
58: Pilgrimage, Buddhist.
59: Islamic World, 632 CE to 1000 CE.
60: Indian Ocean (Bahr al-Hind).
61: The Mediterranean Sea (Bahr al-Rum, or Bahr al-Sham).
62: Christian Egyptians and the Umayyad Fleet.
63: Dhow.
64: Masts, The Battle of the.
65: Sinbad the Sailor.
66: Northern Europe, 300 to 1000 CE.
67: Trade and Exchange.
68: Military and Naval Travel.
69: Mission and Pilgrimage.
70: Eriksson, Leif, ca. 970 to ca. 1020 CE.
71: L’Anse aux Meadows.
72: Viking Longship.
73: Vikings.
74: Romans and Byzantium.
75: Trade and Exchange.
76: Military and Naval Travel.
77: Mission and Pilgrimage.
78: Constantinople.
79: Dromon.
80: Rhodian Sea Law.
81: T-O Maps.
82: Southeast Asia, Polynesia, and the Pacific.
83: Easter Island (Rapa Nui).
84: Srivijaya.
85: Tattooing.
86: Voyaging Canoes.
87: Primary Documents.
88: The Travels of Fa Xian, 337 to ca. 422 CE.
89: The Voyage of St. Brendan, ca. 484–577 CE.
90: The Book of the Marvels of India, 900–953 CE.
91: The Tosa Diary, 936 CE.
92: The Long Serpent, 1000 CE.
Global Interactions, 1000 CE to 1500 CE.
93: The Americas Before 1500 CE.
94: Thule Inuit.
95: China and East Asia, 1000 to 1500 CE.
96: Junk.
97: Mongol Invasions of Japan.
98: Zheng He, 1371–1435 CE.
99: Europe, 1000 to 1500 CE.
100: Benjamin of Tudela.
101: Cog.
102: Cresques, Abraham, 1325–1387 CE.
103: Crusades.
104: Hanseatic League.
105: Normans.
106: Pilgrimage, Christian.
107: Polo, Marco, ca. 1254–1324 CE.
108: Piracy in Europe, 1000–1500 CE.
109: Venice Arsenal.
110: India and Southeast Asia, 1000 to 1500 CE.
111: Banda Islands.
112: Ben Yiju, Abraham, ca. 1120 to 1156 CE.
113: Islamic World, 1000 to 1500 CE.
114: Indian Ocean.
115: Mediterranean Sea.
116: Ibn Battuta, 1304 to 1368 Or 1369 CE.
117: Ibn Jubayr, D. 1217.
118: Ibn Majid, Ahmad, Ca. 1432 to Ca. 1500 CE.
119: Pilgrimage, Muslim (Hajj).
120: Slave Trade, 1000–1500 CE.
121: Primary Documents.
122: Letter from a Medieval Jewish Trader, ca. 950–1250 CE.
123: “A Viking Raid”; Excerpt from Gesta Normannorum Ducum, 1060 CE, by William Jumièges.
124: Kingdoms and Marvels of the East, 1299 CE, by Marco Polo.
125: Ibn Battuta’s Journey, 1354 CE.
126: Zheng He’s Voyages, 1405–1411 CE.
The First Global Age, 1450 CE to 1770 CE.
127: Africa, 1450 to 1770 CE.
128: Mozambique Island.
129: Slave Trade, 1450–1770 CE.
130: The Americas, 1450 to 1770 CE.
131: Spanish America.
132: Portuguese Brazil.
133: The English in North America and the Caribbean.
134: The French.
135: The Dutch.
136: Hakluyt, Richard, 1552–1616 CE.
137: Manila Galleons.
138: Mayflower.
139: Piracy in the Americas, 1450–1770 CE.
140: Salem, Massachusetts.
141: Smuggling.
142: Teixeira, Pedro de, d. 1641 CE.
143: China and East Asia, 1450 to 1770 CE.
144: Piracy in East Asia, 1450 to 1770 CE.
145: England, 1450 to 1770 CE.
146: Cabot, John, ca. 1450–1500 CE.
147: Defoe, Daniel, ca. 1660–1731 CE.
148: Drake, Sir Francis, ca. 1540–1596 CE.
149: East India Company, 1600–1874 CE.
150: Halley, Edmond, 1656–1742 CE.
151: Harrison, John, 1693–1776 CE.
152: Mary Rose.
153: Navigation Acts.
154: Raleigh, Sir Walter, 1554–1618 CE.
155: France, 1450 to 1770 CE.
156: Cartier, Jacques, 1491–1557 CE.
157: Champlain, Samuel de, 1574–1635 CE.
158: French East India Company.
159: Verrazano, Giovanni de, 1485–1528 CE.
160: India and Southeast Asia, 1450 to 1770 CE.
161: Goa.
162: Malacca (Melaka).
163: Orang Laut.
164: Japan, 1450 to 1770 CE.
165: Late Medieval, 1450–1550 CE.
166: Warring Period and Early Unification, 1550–1600 CE.
167: Early Tokugawa Period, 1600–1770 CE.
168: Imjin War, 1592–1598 CE.
169: Nagasaki.
170: The Netherlands, 1450 to 1770 CE.
171: Origins and Revolt, 1516–1572 CE.
172: Establishing the Dutch Republic, 1572–1609 CE.
173: From Golden Age to Disaster, 1609–1674 CE.
174: War and Decline, 1674–1795 CE.
175: Anglo-Dutch Wars, 1652–1674 CE.
176: Dutch East India Company.
177: Fluyt.
178: Grotius, Hugo, 1583–1645 CE.
179: Tasman, Abel Janszoon, 1603–1659 CE.
180: Velde, Willem van de, the Elder, 1611–1693 CE.
181: Ottoman Empire, 1450 to 1770 CE.
182: Galley.
183: Lepanto, Battle of.
184: Mahri, Sulaiman al, 1480–ca. 1554 CE.
185: Pasha, Hayreddin (Barbarossa), ca. 1466–1546 CE.
186: Reis, Piri, ca. 1465–1554 CE.
187: Portugal, 1450 to 1770 CE.