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The Sea Ingagment betwixt the Portuges and Dutch near Goa.The Sea Ingagment betwixt the Portuges and Dutch near Goa.
The Sea Ingagment betwixt the Portuges and Dutch near Goa.

© National Maritime Museum, London

Repro ID: PU5057
Title: The Sea Ingagment betwixt the Portuges and Dutch near Goa.
Description: When the Spanish under Phillip II (of the Armada) held the Portuguese crown in 1581 all Portuguese possessions from Brazil to Japan came under attack from the Dutch and the English. This print describes an attempted Dutch blockade near Goa. By the time Portugal gained her independence from Spain in 1640 she had lost her maritime supremacy to the Dutch and English.
Creator: unknown
Date: 1703
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London


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