A concise history of Portugal dedicated mainly to the discoveries of the navigators and the transition from imperial power to modern European nation state. Some coverage of the early origins and Roman and Islamic period is included. Written by José Hermano Saraiva, a household name in Portugal where this history is a bestseller and in its eighteenth edition. This edition includes 32 pages of photographs and illustrations, a detailed reference section and fifteen pages of specially drawn maps.
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