By Donald F. Lach

Released 1970
Paperback version 1994

ISBN 0-226-46730-9 (v. 2. bk. 1)
ISBN 0-226-46733-3 (v. 2. bk. 2)
ISBN 0-226-46734-1 (v. 2. bk. 3)

Cloth ISBN: 9780226467504
Published September 1970

Paper ISBN: 9780226467306
Published February 1994

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Z4 The cloth merchants of the Rua Nova stocked silks, velvets, damasks, and taffetas of various kinds and prices, Z5 and every week they held a fair on the Rossio of Lisbon at which they sold remnants, including Indian textiles, at bargain prices. z6 Iberian merchants also dealt in Eastern commodities that were thought to be more useful than decorative. Aside from the spices which were often employed as medicaments and incense, the pharmacists of Lisbon kept on their shelves jars of dried rhubarb, root of China, Z7 myrobalans, tamarinds, benzoin and camphor " As quoted in H.

40. " See F. 1CemJer, "Die PortritsammlllDS des Erzberzogl Ferdinand von Tirol," )1Ihrbudt tin IauuthistDrisdrm Strmmlungm lies IIIlerh6dutm KIIIserIuauu, XIX (1898), Pt. I, 2,S,I43-4+ 117 Lhotsky, III For GemulnY and Austria four of which were blue and white inside and outside and two blue on the inside and white on the outside; on the eighth stood six of the largest porcelain vessels, two of which were alike but without borders and decorated on the inside with heathen gods in blue, and four without decorations.

II He wroIIe co BmarweI Demetrius 011. August 18. ISP: ''Tbe PIlacIamu about wbom you iDqaire is 1IDIa&owD co _" (Heaeb, tip. cit. [II. sJ. p. SIS). • See J. aatbpb. W _ _ ~ zwqer ~ ••• ('I'UbiDaea, 1603)... 44 II. "",... B. ~ iD. 1614.. g the iDtIOdactiaa. II 4''''''''' m. [20 ] Antwerp and the Low Countries medicines, "things from the seas," and two chests of all sorts of manufactured objects produced in India, China, and both Indies. Among the other Eastem commodities identified by Rathgeb were clay from which porcelain is made, jaspen and rubies, carnelians from India, and various samples of clothing from both Indies.

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