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Carlos Quiroga; Maria do Rosário Pedreira; José A Gonçalves; Luís C Patraquim; Ana L Amaral; Aurelino Costa; Conceição Lima; Ivo Machado; Guita Júnior; Waldir Araújo; Ana P Tavares; José R Teixeira; Eucanaã Ferraz; Xavier Queipo; Luís F Cristóvão; Paulinho Assunção; João P Mésseder; João L Barreto Guimarães; Amadeu Baptista; António Gregório; Ondjaki; Vergílio A Vieira

Published by Tfm (2009)

ISBN 10: 3939455024 ISBN 13: 9783939455028

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Carlos Quiroga, Maria do Rosario Pedreira, Jose A Goncalves, Luis C Patraquim, Ana L Amaral, Aurelino Costa, Conceicao Lima, Ivo Machado, Guita Junior, Waldir Araujo, Ana P Tavares, Jose R Teixeira, Eucanaa Ferraz, Xavier Queipo, Luis F Cristovao, Paulinho Assuncao, Joao P Messeder, Joao L Barreto Guimaraes, Amadeu Baptista, Antonio Gregorio,Ondjaki, Vergilio A Vieira, Michael Kegler

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About this Item: Tfm 2009-02-01, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # NU-LBR-01581257

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RIBEIRO (Fernando Pinto) Director

Published by Editorial Contravento, Lisboa (1968)

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About this Item: Editorial Contravento, Lisboa, 1968. In-8º 70-II pp. B. Primeiro número de quatro colaborado por Barahona Fernandes, Melo e Castro, A. Ramos Rosa, Eduardo Prado Coelho, M. Alberta Meneres, João Maia, J. Palma-Ferreira, Y. K. Centeno, E. Gonçalves Preto, Alba de Castro, etc. e com ilustrações de António Bouça, Manuel Baptista, Júlio Gil, Bual, Manuela Madureira, entre outros. Book. Seller Inventory # 2956

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SIMÕES, Carlos Loures, and Manuel Simões, eds.

Published by Coimbra, Fora do Texto, 1994. (1994)

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About this Item: Coimbra, Fora do Texto, 1994., 1994. 8°, original illustrated wrappers. As new. 274 pp., (6 ll.). *** Second edition. The editors have provided "Coordenação, nota prévia e nota à segunda edição. The first edition had appeared in 1986, in Lisbon, published by Nova Realidade. It is rare (no copy located in Porbase; one copy located in OCLC, at British Library). This second edition, judging from the preface, is very different from the first. Included are "depoimentos" by five "Capitães de Abril", including Otelo Saraiva de Carvalho, and contributions of poems by 73 poets, among them José Afonso, Álamo Oliveira, Alberto Pimenta, Amadeu Baptista, António Ramos Rosa, Armindo Rodrigues, Casimiro de Brito, Egito Gonçalves, Eugénio de Andrade, Hélia Correia, Henrique Madeira, J.H. Borges Martins, Jorge de Sena, José Carlos Ary dos Santos, José Fanha, José Gomes Ferreira, José Jorge Letria, José Manuel Mendes, Lídia Jorge, Manuel Alegre, Manuela Goucha Soares, Maria Alzira Seixo, Maria da Graça Varella Cid, Maria Velho da Costa, Natália Correia, Olga Gonçalves, Orlando Cardoso, Orlando Neves, Papiniano Carlos, Pedro Oom, Pires Laranjeira, Raul de Carvalho, Rui Mendes, and Wanda Ramos.*** Porbase locates three copies: Biblioteca Pública Municipal do Porto, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, and Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra. This edition not located in Copac, which repeats the 1984 edition at British Library only. Seller Inventory # 63018

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GARRETT, [João Baptista da Silva Leitão de] Almeida, 1799-1854

Published by Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa (1999)

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About this Item: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, 1999. 341, [3] p. : il. : (25 cm) : broch. Muito bom exemplar. Número duplo da Revista "Colóquio - Letras" dedicado a Garrett e que conta com a colaboração de Helena Carvalhão Buesco, António M. Feijó, Coimbra Martins, Miguel Tamen, entre outros. Excelente arranjo gráfico, com ilustrações de António Jorge Gonçalves e numerosas reproduções alusivas a Garrett. Seller Inventory # 22575

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Pereira, Fernando António Baptista

Published by CTT, Correios de Portugal, Lisboa (1996)

ISBN 10: 9729127379 ISBN 13: 9789729127373

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About this Item: CTT, Correios de Portugal, Lisboa, 1996. Leinen. Condition: Sehr gut. Dust Jacket Condition: Kein Schutzumschlag. pt, en (illustrator). Indice: as novas orientacoes artisticas da Dinastiade Avis. Nuno Goncalves, o altar de S. Vicente de sé de Lisboa e a Setima Idade de fernao Lopes. O Imaginario manuelino. Imgaens e historias de devocao. O triunfo do humansmo e a conversao ao paradigma classico. 273 S. Portugiesisch / Englisch. Mit zahlreichen farb. Abbildungen. Inklusive 6 Gedächtnis-Briefmarken und einer Erinnerungsmarke. Numeriertes Exemplar 08774, 12000 Exemplare. Einband leicht berieben, sonst praktisch keine Gebrauchsspuren, sauber, sehr guter Zustand. ca. 1600 gr. Size: gr.8° Querformat. Seller Inventory # q7b1354

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LA MOTTE, Antoine Houdar de la.

Published by Porto, Na Officina de Antonio Alvarez Ribeiro, 1803. (1803)

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About this Item: Porto, Na Officina de Antonio Alvarez Ribeiro, 1803., 1803. Tall 12º, early light brown wrappers (two short tears on spine). Woodcut vignette of lyre pierced by an arrow, with laurel wreath, on title page. Typographical headpieces for each act. In very good condition. Old red-bordered paper tag with ink manuscript shelfmark ("3093 / e") tipped on to upper inner corner of front wrapper. In corner of half-title verso is small paper tag with note in early ink manuscript: "833 Duz.º / A.M.001". (5 ll.), 79 pp., (1 blank l.). *** First edition in Portuguese; it appeared again in Lisbon, 1813, 1830, and 1832. The volume includes a dedication to Francisco de Almada e Mendonça written in verse, by the translator. The play takes place in Antioch.Antoine Houdar de la Motte (Paris, 1672-1731) wrote texts for operas and ballets, including the enormously popular Inès de Castro, 1723. In the battle of the ancients vs. moderns, he was a champion of the moderns.Before he died at an early age in 1803, João Baptista Gomes Junior, a native of Porto, published two translations of tragedies and composed Nova Castro, an enormously popular drama that went through many editions. The first, judging from Porbase, was published in Lisbon, 1806. Innocêncio notes that Gomes is sometimes called the first Portuguese tragedian: "porém este conceito accusa ou notavel parcialidade, ou mui pouca intelligencia e conhecimento da arte em quem o aventou." Almeida Garrett considered that Nova Castro that "D'entre os bastos defeitos d'essa tragedia sobresaem muitas bellezas."*** Gonçalves Rodrigues, A Tradução em Portugal 2494: not calling for any preliminary leaves. Innocêncio III, 305: listing editions of Porto, 1803 and Lisbon, 1813; on the author, see also X, 174. Porbase locates two copies, both at Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac, which cites one copy of the 1830 edition, at British Library. KVK (44 databases searched) locates only the copies cited by Porbase. Seller Inventory # 41844

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About this Item: Soft Cover. Condition: Good. José Alberto Seabra Carvalho e Isabel Cordeiro Coord. Instituto Português de Museus. Reproscan. Lisboa. 1994. De 32x23 cm. com 224 págs. Brochado. Profusamente ilustrado. Exemplar com assinatura de posse na folha de rosto. Obra que pretende dar à investigação sobre os painéis um conjunto de dados científicos inquestionáveis, com recurso aos trabalhos de uma equipa multidisciplinar, queusando tecnologias de ponta tentou recuperar o desenho subjacente, avaliar as camadas cromáticas, a natureza dos pigmentos e dos ligantes. Conjunto de comunicações apresentadas no Colóquio sobre Pintura Portuguesa do Século XV, que decorreu no MNAA de 2 a 4 de Dezembro. Obra editada no âmbito da Lisboa 94 – Capital Europeia da Cultura. Apresentação de Simonetta Luz Afonso, introdução de Ana Paula Abrantes e Ignace Vandevivere, estudos de Dalila Rodrigues, Dagoberto Markl, Rafael Moreira, Fernando António Baptista Pereira, José Pessoa e António João Cruz. Algumas das comunicações apresentadas foram analisadas e criticadas na obra de Teresa Shedel de Castelo Branco: Os Painéis. Adivinhação ou investigação? Lisboa. Livraria Bizantina. 2000. «A questão dos painéis», como é conhecida a vasta polémica que se desenrola desde a descoberta em S. Vicente de Fora em 1882, de uma excepcional obra de pintura portuguesa do século XV, apaixona os especialistas e a opinião pública até aos nossos dias, levando a cenas de pugilato, falsificação de documentos e suícidos. Apesar do aprofundamento do conhecimento dos aspectos materiais e artísticos da obra a impossibilidade de determinar a sua origem e a intenção com que foi realizada, por falta de provas documentais, renova periódicamente as polémicas, não existindo acordo sobre nenhuma das múltiplas questões a considerar. Language: Português / Portuguese Location/localizacao: 9-1-A-45. Seller Inventory # 1611PG013

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REVISTA

Published by Edições do Tâmega 0, Amarante 2001 - 2003

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About this Item: Edições do Tâmega 0, Amarante 2001 - 2003. Brochado / Paperback / Broché. Condition: Como Novo / As New/Comme Neuf. 1ª Edição. 4 N s de 63-[1]/63-[63]/63-[1]/63-[1] pp. Director António José Queiróz, Colaborado por: Adelino Ínsua, Adelmo Oliveira, Alain Suied, Alberto Augusto Miranda, Alexandra Flores Bermúdez, Alexandre Vargas, Alfredo Ferreiro, Alice Spindola, Amadeu Baptista, Ana Hatherly, Ana Paula Inácio, Andityas Soares de Moura, Antonino Solmer, António Barahona, António Barbedo, António Cabrita, António Cândido Franco, António José Queiróz, António Teixeira e Castro, Aricy Curvello, Avelino de Sousa, Carlos Luís Bessa, Carlos Poças Falcão, Carpinejar, Cyro de Mattos, Diogo Alcoforado, Edmilson de Almeida Pereira, Emerenciano, Erorci Santana, Eva Duran, Fernando Botto Semedo, Fernando Echevarría, Fernando Grade, Fernando Guimarães, Fernando Pinto do Amaral, Francisco Carvalho, Francisco Divor, Francisco Miguel de Moura, Franco Loi, Iacyr Anderson Freitas, Harold Alvarado Tenorio, Ildásio Tavares, Inês Lourenço, João Candeias, João Rui de Sousa, Jorge Tufic, José António Lozano, José Augusto Seabra, José Emíloio-Nelson, José Hierro, José Jorge Letria, José Luis Monteiro, José María Molina Caballero, José Santiago Naud, José Viale Moutinho, Helga Moreira, Jorge Gonçalves Miranda, Jorge Reis Sá, Jorge Velhote, José Miguel Silva, Juan Gelman, Lêdo Ivo, Lety Elvir, Lucia Donadio Copello, Luís Adriano Carlos, Luís Amaro, Luís Ascenso, Luís de Aguiar, Manuel Cabrera, Manuel Gahete Jurado, Manuel María, Manuel Silva-Terra, Marco Lucchesi, Maria Virgínia Monteiro, Mário Machado Fraião, Mário Máximo, Marta Gonçalves, Miguel Florián, Paulo Borges, Paulo Lima Santos, Pedro Gil-Pedro, Prisca Agustoni, Ramiro Teixeira, Raymond Farina, Risoleta Pinto Pedro, Roberto Pasanisi, Rodolfo Alonso, Rosa Alice Branco, Ruy Ventura, Sérgio Pereira, Terêza Tenório, Valter Hugo Mãe, Vera Lúcia de Oliveira, Xosé Lois García, Y. K. Centeno. O numero 1 não circulou devido a haver troca do nome de um autor. Invulgar. Size: In-8º(235x168). Book. Seller Inventory # 029116

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Published by Estoril, Estoril-Sol S.A., 2006. (2006)

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About this Item: Estoril, Estoril-Sol S.A., 2006., 2006. Número Especial [i.e. número 29], Natal 2006. 4° (29.7 x 23.5 cm.), publisher's blind-stamped cloth with sparkles. As new. 330 pp., (1 l.), profusely and extremely well illustrated, mostly in color. Printed on excellent quality paper. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Magazine integrating poetry, fiction, photography and art. The theme of this special issue is "Paz". Includes texts or artistic contributions by Adriano Moreira, Agustina Bessa-Luís, Al Gore, Ana Luísa Amaral, Ana Paula Tavares, Ana Sousa Dias, António Charrua, Augusto Brázio, Bono Vox, Céu Guarda, the Dalai Lama, D. José Policarpo, Elie Wiesel, Fernanda Câncio, Fernando Dacosta, Fernando Nobre, Francisco José Viegas, Graça Morais, Helena Gonçalves, Hélio Correia, Henrique Botequilha, Henrique Cayatte, Henrique Monteiro, Hugo Never, Inês Pedrosa, Ivone Ralha, João Aguiar, João Lopes, João Murillo, João Vilhena, José Agostinho Baptista, José Eduardo Agualusa, José Luís Neto, José Manuel Mendes, José Pedro Santa Bárbara, José Tolentino Mendonça, Judite Mota, Katharina Mouratidi, Kofi Annan, Luís Pedro Cabral, Luísa Costa Gomes, Mahmoud Darwish, Maria Dulce Cardoso, Maria do Rosário Pedreira, Mário Cláudio, Mário Soares, Nanã Sousa Dias, Nelson Mandela, Nuno Júdice, Nuno Pacheco, Pope Benedict XVI, Patrícia Fonseca, Paula Oudman, Paulo Damião, Paulo Salvado, Pedro Cláudio, Pedro Ferreira, Pedro Tamen, Pedro Teixeira Neves, Rachel Papo, Ramos Horta, Richard Zimler, Sandra Rocha, Susana Pinto, Susanne Themlitz, Thomas Kratz, Umberto Eco, and Vasco Graça Moura.***. Seller Inventory # 18535

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Antonio Baptista Goncalves

Published by Editora Quartier Latin Do Brasil (2007)

ISBN 10: 8576742403 ISBN 13: 9788576742401

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IN MEMORIAM RUBEN ANDRESDEN LEITÃO: VÁRIOS

VÁRIOS

Published by Imprensa Nacional - Casa da Moeda, Lisboa (1981)

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About this Item: Imprensa Nacional - Casa da Moeda, Lisboa, 1981. Meia de Amador / Half-Leather. Condition: Muito Bom/Very Good/Très Bien. 3 Vols. de 328-[6]/281-[7]/43-(XXV fólios com reprodução de obras de arte)-(12 de Índices). Encadernados em amador de carneira natural com cantos e ferros a ouro, mantendo as capas de brochura. O 3 volume tem como encadernação um estojo-caixa por se compõe de folhas soltas. Inclui textos de João Furtado Coelho, Luís dos Santos Ferro, Joaquim Veríssimo Serrão, Jorge Borges de Macedo, Luís Amaro, José Andersden Leitão, Leonor de Carvalho Daun e Lorena, Lúcia Machado de Almeida, Tomaz Andersend, Laís Corrêa de Araújo, Jacinto Baptista, Mário Barata, Maria de Lurdes Belchior, C. R. Boxer, João de Freitas Branco, Marie Antoinette Lêvèque de Freitas Branco, José Palla e Carmo, Fernando Castello-Branco, Maria Alice Chicó, Kurt Meyer-Clasen, João Furtado Coelho, Nelly Novaes Coelho, António Cruz, Marion Ehrhardt, Raul Miguel Rosado Fernandes, José Manuel fragoso, José-Augusto França, Gilberto Freyre, Artur Nobre de Gusmão, Alberto Iria, Rui Leitão, Maria Lúcia Lepecki, Francisco Negrão de Lima, Carlos Lobo, Eduardo Lourenço, António Lousada, Fábio Lucas, Jorge Borges de Macedo, Armando tavares Alves Martins, José V. de Pina Martins, Mário Martins, Leonardo mathias, José Mindlin, Josué Montello, Helena Cidade Moura, David Mourão-Ferreira, José Thomaz Nabuco, João cabral de Melo Neto, Braga Paixão, João Palma Ferreira, José Blanc de Portugal, António Quadros, José Maria de Paiva Raposo, Tomaz Ribas, Orlando Ribeiro, Henrique Barrilaro Ruas, Nuno de Sampayo, António Seabra, Hein Semke, João Gaspar Simões, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, Maria Luísa Távora, Augusto carlos da Silva Telles, Miguel Torga, Luiz Forjaz Trigueiros, Luiz Viana Filho, Carlos Wallenstein, Manuel Bello, Salvador Barata Feyo, José de Azeredo Perdigão, Jorge de Sena, Agostinho da Silva, Martins de Albuquerque, Jorge Amado, José Blanco, Denis Brass, Olívio Caeiro, Eduardo Prado Coelho, Jacinto do Prado coelho, Fernando Russel Cortez, José Pereira da Costa, Liberto Cruz, Ernesto Guerra da Cal, Bernardo Ferrão de Tavares e Távora, António manuel Gonçalves, Luiz de Bívar Guerra, Manuel Viegas Guerreiro, A. H. Oliveira Marques, Luís de Matos, Murilo Mendes, Luís de Sousa Rebelo, Raul Rêgo, Andrée Crabbé Rocha, P. E. Russel, Joel Serrão, S. George West, Poesias de: Margarida Lopes de Almeida, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Geoffrey Bullough, Raúl de Carvalho, Ruy Cinati, Natália Correia, Juvenal esteves, Ana Hatherly, Merícia de Lemos, Pedro Homem de Mello, Vitorino Nemésio, António ramos Rosa, Jorge de Sena, Alberto de Serpa, Lopes Serrado, Alberto da Costa e Silva, Carlos Batista da Silva, Pedro tamen, Salette Tavares, José Manuel Villas-Boas. Obras de Arte de: Theodora Andresden de Abreu, Sarah Affonso, Almada Negreiros, João chartres de Almeida, Fernando de Azevedo, Carlos Botelho, Manuel cargaleiro, Martins Correia, Cícero Dias, Luís Dourdil, António Duarte, Paulo Ferreira, João Fragoso, Naum Gabo, Ana Hatherly, Lagos Henriques, Viana de Lima, Menez, Emília Nadal, Julio Reis Pereira, Hein Semke, Nuno de Siqueira, Nikias Skapinakis, Arpad Szénes, Vieira da Silva. Size: In-4º(285x225). Book. Seller Inventory # 029743

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About this Item: Lisbon, Na Impressão Regia, 1832., 1832. 4°, disbound, laid into modern plain beige wrappers. Small wood-engraved arms of Portugal on title page. Typographical rules on p. 3. Clean and crisp. Title page has tiny hole in margin and another small hole or stain at edge, repaired with paper (1.2 x .8 cm.). In good condition overall. 48 pp. *** First or second edition in Portuguese of Walton's D. Pedro's Expedition or Neutrality in Disguise, 1832. A different translation of this work was published anonymously in the same year: A expedição de Dom Pedro, ou, A neutralidade em disfarce (OCLC 33343316), with 31 pp.; Gonçalves Rodrigues cites this title with 49 pp. Walton argues that Great Britain, which is not at war with Portugal, should not be allowing the Portuguese refugees who support D. Pedro and D. Maria II to be fitting out ships in Britain. He cites numerous treaties between Britain and Portugal that prohibit such violation of neutrality. Page 6 refers to 1776, when Great Britain required Portugal not to support the American colonies, "nesse tempo em estado de rebellião." Pages 24-27 discuss the United States's Proclamation of Neutrality in 1793, with several mentions of Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson's interactions with Citizen Genet. The end of the book (pp. 41-48) contains "Carta de hum Portuguez emigrado ácerca do Imperador do Brasil, e do seu chamado Manifesto (Reimpressa da que se imprimio tal e qual em Londres, na Imprensa de P. Thoms.)" In a letter dated February 20, 1832, the author attacks D. Pedro's claim to the Portuguese throne. Judging from the title of the other translation, we suspect it did not include this short letter.William Walton (1783/1784-1857), son of the consul for Spain in Liverpool, learned Spanish and Portuguese to prepare for a career in business. He was junior secretary to the British expedition that captured Santo Domingo from the French in 1802, and remained in South America until 1809. Back in England, he eventually took up political journalism, attacking current policies toward Spain and Portugal. His publications include The Present State of the Spanish Colonies (1810) and An Exposé on the Dissentions of Spanish America (1814). Lengthier journalistic pieces include Spain! or, Who is the Lawful Successor to the Throne? (1834), A Reply to the Anglo-Christian Pamphlet Entitled ?The Policy of England towards Spain? (by the earl of Carnarvon), and The Revolutions of Spain, from 1808 to the End of 1836 (both 1837). He also translated Antonio Puigblanch's The Inquisition Unmasked (1816) and Tomás de Comyn's State of the Philippine Islands (1821).The translator, Joaquim José Pedro Lopes, was editor of the Gazeta de Lisboa and a confirmed absolutist, favoring the cause of D. Miguel while opposing D. Pedro and D. Maria da Gloria. *** Canto, Ensaio bibliographico . 1828 a 1834, p. 68; also p. 177, nº 957 (both translations); pp. 125-126 for other works by Walton. Innocêncio IV, 109. Gonçalves Rodrigues, A tradução em Portugal 4247 (also citing a "2.ª ed." of the same year, Imp. dos Fanqueiros, without collation); cf. 4248 for another edition of the same year, 4.º of 49 pp., printed by T. José Baptista Morando. Not in Biblioteca Pública de Braga, Catálogo do Fundo Barca-Oliveira. On Walton, see C. A. Harris, "Walton, William (1783/4-1857)", rev. Ian Campbell Robertson, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004. Porbase locates four copies at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal and one at the Biblioteca Municipal de Elvas. Copac locates a single copy, at British Library. KVK (44 databases searched) locates only the copies cited by Porbase. Seller Inventory # 25734

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História de Portugal: dos tempos pré-históricos aos: MEDINA [da Silva],

MEDINA [da Silva], João [Augusto], ed.

Published by Alfragide, Ediclube [printed in Sabadell (Barcelona) by Egedsa for S.A.P.E., Madrid], 1998. (1998)

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About this Item: Alfragide, Ediclube [printed in Sabadell (Barcelona) by Egedsa for S.A.P.E., Madrid], 1998., 1998. 15 volumes. Small folio (26.8 x 20 cm.), sturdy publisher's blue leatherette, front covers and spines richly gilt with Portuguese royal arms in three colors, illustrated endleaves. Superficial scratch of about 8 cm. on front cover of volume XIII; otherwise as new. Profusely illustrated, about half in color. *** This important "heterodox" history is unfortunately not available through normal book trade channels. Printed in Barcelona with the collaboration of a Madrid publisher, it is sold only by Ediclube, directly to the public, door to door-the purchaser is required to buy the books in order to obtain a TV, and pays in installments over an extended period, including huge amounts of interest. Contrary to what one might conclude about the quality of this work based on its method of distribution, it is a somewhat erudite production. In fact, we think it would probably not be very "user-friendly" to students below the university level. Specialized articles provide synthesis of research in their fields, and sometimes suggest new avenues of research of value to experts. We have at present one set in stock. The individual volumes, not available separately, are:I. Victor S. Gonçalves, ed. Portugal na Pré-história. 364 pp. (1 blank l., 1 l.). Contributors are Manuel Calado, Mariana Diniz, Carlos Fabião, Victor S. Gonçalves, Susana Oliveira Jorge, Vítor Oliveira Jorge, Carlos Alberto Medeiros, Luís Raposo, Carlos Tavares de Silva, Teresa Simões, and António Monge Soares. II. Victor S. Gonçalves, ed. O mundo luso-romano. 364 pp., (1 blank l., 1 l.). Contributors are Ana Margarida Arruda, José Carlos Caetano, António Carvalho, Carlos Fabião, A. Marques de Faria, Helena Frade, Amílcar Guerra, Vasco Mantas, and Janette U. Smit Nolen. III. Victor S. Gonçalves, ed. @Portugal Medieval. 403 pp. (1 blank l., 1 l., 1 blank l.). Contributors are Ana Margarida Arruda, Helena Catarino, António Borges Coelho, Maria Helena Coelho, Carlos Faião, A. Marques de Faria, Hermenegildo Fernandes, Fernando Grilo, Amílcar Guerra, Rita Marquilhas, Manuela Santos Silva and Maria José Pimenta Ferro Tavares.IV. Os descobrimentos. Part 1: O mar sem fin. 379 pp., (1 blank l., 1 l.). Contributors are António Marques de Almeida, António Cirurgião, João David Pinto Correia, João Cosme, Jorge Couto, Maria Leonor Garcia da Cruz, António Dias Farinha, José da Silva Horta, João Medina, Manuela Mendonça, Fernando António Baptista Pereira, América Costa Ramalho, Luíz Francisco Rebello, Henrique Barrilaro Ruas, and João David Zink.V. Os descobrimentos. Part 2: Os impérios. 378 pp., (1 blank l., 1 l.). Contributors are Rubem Amaral Jr., Carla Anastasia, Caio César Boschi, João Cosme, Jorge Couto, Maria Leonor Garcia da Cruz, António Dias Farinha, Manuel Viegas Guerreiro, João Medina, John Russell-Wood, and Joaquim Veríssimo Serrão.VI. Judaísmo, Inquisição e sebastianismo. 388 pp., (1 blank l., 1 l.). Contributors are Maria do Rosário Themudo Barata, Ana Maria Leal de Faria, António Ribeiro Guerra, João Medina, Maria José Pimenta Ferro Tavares, and Carlos Margaça Veiga. VII. Portugal absoluta. 459 pp., (1 blank l., 1 l.). Contributors are Maria Luísa Braga, António Ferreira de Brito, Jorge Couto, Marília Guerreiro, Ana Hatherly, Julieta de Oliveira Lo Greco, João Medina, António Rosa Mendes, António de Oliveira, José Fernandes Pereira, Manuel Inácio Pestana, Luiz Francisco Rebello, Jorge Rodrigues, Eugénio dos Santos, Joaquim Veríssimo Serrão, and Carlos Margaça Veiga.VIII. Portugal liberal. 347 pp., (1 l., 1 blank l.). Contributors are José Brissos, Armando Castro, Amadeu Carvalho Homem, João Medina, Maria Manuela Tavares Ribeiro, Olga Ribeiro, Júlio Rodrigues da Silva, António Ventura, and António Pedro Vicente. IX. A monarquia constitucional. 403 pp., (1 l., 1 blank l.). Contributors are Aniceto Afonso, António Sousa Franco, Amadeu Carvalho Homem, Sérgio de Campos Matos, Carlos Alberto Medeiros, Gisela Medina, João Medina, Júlio Rodrigues da Silva, António José Telo, António. Seller Inventory # 95020

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