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Archaeology of Manila Galleon seaports and early maritime globalization

Author: Chunming Wu; Roberto Junco Sanchez; Miao Liu, (College teacher)
Publisher: Singapore : Springer, 2019.
Series: Archaeology of Asia-Pacific navigation, v. 2
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Chunming Wu; Roberto Junco Sanchez; Miao Liu, (College teacher)
ISBN: 9789813292482 9813292482
OCLC Number: 1126314046
Description: 1 online resource (xxxv, 268 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: IntroductionPanel 1 Yuegang Outbound:The Archaeology of Yuegang as the Key Transit Terminal for Manila Galleon1 Bound for America:A Historical and Archaeological Investigation in Yuegang (crescent) Seaport as the Main Origin of Galleon CargoChunming Wu ( )1.1 History: The Rising and Developing of the Yuegang Seaport as the Main Terminals Transiting Galleon Cargo in Mainland Eastern Asia1.1.1 Yuegang Had Been the Intermediate Segment in the Successively Developing System of Ancient Seaports of the Min ( ) Area.1.1.2 Yuegang-Manila Navigation Developed for the Trading with Spanish Galleon and Connecting with early Maritime Globalization1.2 Archaeology: Cultural Heritages of Harbors, Shipwrecks and Kilns of Exported Ceramic Around Yuegang Region as the Result of Flourishing Navigation to Manila1.2.1 A Preliminary Investigation of the Cultural Heritages of Yuegang1.2.2 The Distribution and Content of Kilns of Exported Kraak Ceramics in the Lower Reach Watershed of Jiulongjiang River1.2.3 Underwater Archaeology of the Shipwrecks Originally Destinating to Manila1.3 ConclusionReferences2 The Cultural Change of Kilns and Content of Export Ceramics on the Perspective of Development of Zhangzhou Seaports during the Ming and Qing DynastiesMiao Liu ( )2.1 The Rising of the Maritime Trade in Zhangzhou Bay in the Mid-Ming Dynasty and Its Maritime Transportation of Export Porcelains2.2 The Flourishing of Yuegang in the Mid and Late Ming Dynasty and Its Exportation of Zhangzhou Kiln Products2.3 The Emerging of the New Maritime Order in the Late Ming Dynasty and the Exportation of Jingdezhen Porcelains2.4 The Maritime Transporting of Porcelain Controlled by the Koxinga Overseas Trade Group in the Late Ming and Early Qing Dynasties2.5 The Developing of Xiamen Seaport in Qing Dynasty and Its Transportation of Porcelains in the South China SeaReferences3 The Investigation and Preliminary Analysis of Nan'ao No.I Shipwreck in GuangdongChunshui Zhou ( )3.1 The Remnants of Nan'ao No.I Shipwreck Site3.1.1 The Discovery of Wooden Hull Structure3.1.2 The Distribution of the Loaded Cargo3.2 Category and Content of the Artifacts3.2.1 Category of the Artifacts3.2.2 Important Types of Exported Porcelain3.2.3 Origins of the Porcelains of Nan'ao No.I Shipwreck3.3 Discussions3.3.1 Analysis on the Hull Structure of Nan'ao No.I Shipwreck3.3.2 The Transportation of Jingdezhen Exported Porcelains on Perspective of Nan'ao No. I Shipwreck3.3.3 The Reconstruction of Sea Route of Nan'ao No.I ShipwreckReferences4 A Historical Review on the Social-Cultural Impact of Yuegang-Manila Navigation on the Ancient Chinese Civilization.Chunming Wu( )4.1 The Domesticated Grains Imported from America Enriched Farming Products of Ancient China4.1.1 Sweet Potato4.1.2 Maize4.1.3 Tomato4.1.4 Tobacco4.2 The Exotic Products from European and New Spain Promoted the Innovation of the Chinese Traditional Handcraft Industry4.2.1 Silver Materials and Silver Coin of New Spain4.2.2 Ferangi Firearm4.3 The Influence of the European Architecture and the Emergence of the Red Brick Building in Southern Fujian and Eastern Guangdong.4.4 ConclusionReferencesPanel 2, Manila Entrepotting: Discovery of Galleon Trade Heritage at Manila, Macao, Keelung and Nagasaki5 An Analysis on the Chinese Porcelain in the Manila Galleon Trades. Guanyu Wang ( )5.1 Background5.2 Jingdezhen and Zhangzhou: Two Main Origins of the Chinese Porcelain Cargos5.3 Jingdezhen Wares: the Beginning of the Trade of Porcelain by the Manila Galleon5.4 The Rise of Zhangzhou Wares: the Variety of Porcelain Traded by the Manila Galleon5.5 The Convergence and Diversity of Porcelain Wares: Production for the World Market5.6 ConclusionReferences6 Fujian and Hizen Ware: A 17th Century Evidence of the Manila Galleon Trade Found from Selected Archaeological Sites in the Philippines.Nida T. Cuevas6.1 The Significance of Fujian and Hizen Ceramics in the Manila Galleon Maritime Exchange6.2 Evidence of Fujian and Hizen ware in the Philippines6.2.1 Porta Vaga in Cavite City6.2.2 Intramuros6.2.3 Boljoon Parish Church Site, Boljoon, Cebu6.3 DiscussionReferences7 Archaeological Researches on the Manila Galleon Wrecks in the Philippines.Sheldon Clyde B. Jago-on, Bobby C. Orillaneda7.1 Boat Building in the Philippines7.2 Galleon Wrecks along the Route to and from the Embocadero7.3 Summary of Manila-Acapulco Galleon-Related Surveys, Explorations and Excavations by the Underwater Archaeology Section of the National Museum7.3.1 Espiritu Santo (1576) and San Geronimo (1601)7.3.2 The San Diego (December 14, 1600)7.3.3 NuestraSenora de la Vida (1620)7.3.4 The Encarnacion (1649)7.3.5 The San Jose (1694)7.3.6 Santo Cristo de Burgos (1726)7.3.7 San Andres (1798)7.4 SummaryReferences8 The Kraak Porcelains Discovered from Taiwan and Macao, and Their Relationship with the Manila Galleon TradeTaikang Lu ( )8.1 Introduction8.2 The Ceramic Transit Trade of the Dutch V.O.C. in Southern Taiwan8.3 Chinese Ceramic Trade in Northern Taiwan8.4 Kraak Porcelain Discovered in Macao8.5 The Japanese Hizen Ware Trade in Taiwan in the Second Half of the 17th Century8.6 ConclusionReferences9 Ceramics from Nagasaki: A Link to Manila Galleon Trade.Etsuko Miyata9.1, The Construction and Development of Nagasaki Seaport9.2, Porcelains Excavated from Nagasaki Linking to Manila Galleon Trade9.3, Fujianese Merchants Who Connected Nagasaki, Manila with FujianReferences10 Searching for the San Francisco (1609), a Manila Galleon Sunk off the Japanese Coast.Jun Kimura10.1 Galleon Voyage in Asia and Japan's Involvement 10.2 Loss of the San Francisco10.3 Impacts of the Wreck Event and Material Evidence10.4 Archaeological Search for the San Francisco10.5 Discussion10.6 ConclusionReferencesPanel 3, Bound for Acapulco: The Archaeology of the Pacific and America as the Galleon navigation record11 The Development of Humatak Village: the Life-Line of the Manila-Acapulco Galleon Trade. Joseph Quinata11.1 Humatak Village: Manila Galleon Port11.2 Cultural Exchange and Encounter11.3 The Demise of the Manila Galleon Trade11.4 Conclusion: Our History Our LegacyReferences12 Clues to Internationalism in the Manila Galleon Wreck of the Late 1570s in Baja CaliforniaEdward Von der Porter12.1 Introduction12.2 Chronology12.3 Iberia and the Spanish Colonies12.4 Southeast Asia12.5 China and Overseas Chinese12.6 Long-Term Internationalism12.7 The Japan Trade12.8 European Trade12.9 Enigmas12.10 The Years to ComeReferences13 Archaeological Distribution of Chinese Porcelain in Mexico. Patricia Fournier,Roberto Junco Sanchez13.1 Historical Background13.2 Chinese Porcelain in Mexico as a Research Topic13.3 Archaeological Distribution of Chinese Porcelain in New Spain13.4 Final CommentsReferences14 The Chinese Porcelain from the Port of San Blas, Mexico.Roberto Junco Sanchez, Guadalupe Pinzon, Etsuko Miyata14.1 History of San Blas14.2 The Porcelain Collection from Archaeological Work at San Blas14.3 ConclusionReferences15 A Study of the Chinese Influence on Mexican Ceramics. Karime Castillo, Patricia Fournier15.1 Introduction15.2 The Manila Galleon Trade15.3 Chinese Porcelain in New Spain15.4 Ceramic Production in Colonial Mexico15.5 Chinese Influence on Colonial Mexican Ceramics15.6 Discussion15.7 ConclusionReferences
Series Title: Archaeology of Asia-Pacific navigation, v. 2
Responsibility: Chunming Wu, Roberto Junco Sanchez, Miao Liu, editors.


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