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Journal:   TARIKH DR AYENE YE PAZHOHESH   SUMMER 2011 , Volume 8 , Number 2 (30); Page(s) 133 To 156.
 
Paper:  THE END OF PORTUGUESE OCCUPATION AND ITS ROLE IN THE FLORESCENCE OF THE TRADE IN BANDAR 'ABBAS DURING THE SAFAVID PERIOD
 
Author(s):  NASERI LIRAVI ZEYNAB*, HAJIYANPOOR HAMID
 
* SHIRAZ UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

As marine waterways the straits always play important role in the economy of countries. Selecting Jaroon Island as their new capital and calling it Hormuz in the memory of their homeland, the kings of Hormuz had fall control over the trade of this region. All historians mention the prosperous trade between Hormuz Island and India. When the Portuguese Admiral, Albokerk, occupied the Island, its trade came under the control of the Portuguese; but being backed be the English, Shah'Abbas the Great, managed to defeat the Portuguese and drive them out of the Island. After the fall of Hormuz, the Gambron Port had an active role in developing economic relations. The present paper tries to answer the following questions: what role did the Island and strait trade of Hormuz have in the marine trade of the Persian Gulf region? What economic effects did the occupation of Hormuz have on this region? And, how did the growth of the trade in Bandar 'Abbas take form.

 
Keyword(s): HORMUZ STRAIT, HORMUZ ISLAND, THE KINGS OF HORMUZ, THE PERSIAN GULF, BANDAR 'ABBAS, SAFAVID
 
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