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Coordinata: 4°N 100°E / 4°N 100°E / 4; 100 (Strait of Malacca)

Fretum Malaccense

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Fretum Malaccense Oceanum Pacificum ad oriente cum Oceanum Indicum ad occidentem versus conectit.
Despectus in Fretum Malaccense ex urbe Melaka; terra Indonesiana apud orbem finientem videtur.

Fretum Malaccense[1] (Malaice Selat Melaka; Indonesice Selat Malaka; Thaiice ช่องแคบมะละกา; Tamil மலாக்கா நீரிணை Malākkā nīriṇai; Mandarinice 馬六甲海峽 / 马六甲海峡)[2] est angustum corpus aquae 930 chiliometra longum, quod inter Paeninsulam Malaesianam (Malaesiam Paeninsularem) et Sumatram Indonesiae patet. Ex Sultanatu Malaccensi appellatur, qui archipelagum inter 1414 et 1511 regebat.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Burcardus Gotthelf Struvius, Christianus Gottlieb Buderus, Ioanne Georgius Meuselius, Bibliotheca Historica, vol. 2, pars 1 (Lipsiae: Apud Heredes Weidmanni et Reichium, 1785), p. 380.
  2. Etiam vulgo Freta Malaccensia.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Borschberg, Peter, ed. 2004. Iberians in the Singapore-Melaka Area and Adjacent Regions (16th to 18th Century). Wiesbaden et Lisboae: Harrassowitz et Fundação Oriente. Academia.edu.
  • Borschberg, Peter. 2010. The Singapore and Melaka Straits: Violence, Security and Diplomacy in the 17th Century. Singapurae et Lugduni Batavorum: NUS Press et KITLV Press. Academia.edu.
  • Borschberg, Peter, ed. 2013. The Memoirs and Memorials of Jacques de Coutre: Security, Trade and Society in 17th Century Southeast Asia. Singapurae: NUS Press. Academia.edu.
  • Borschberg, Peter, ed. 2015. Journal, Memorials and Letters of Cornelis Matelieff de Jonge: Security, Diplomacy and Commerce in 17th Century Southeast Asia. Singapurae: NUS Press. Academia.edu.
  • Borschberg, Peter. 2017. "The value of Admiral Matelieff's writings for studying the history of Southeast Asia, c. 1600–1620." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 48, no. 3 (6 Septembris): 414–35. doi:10.1017/S002246341700056X.
  • Borschberg, Peter, et M. Krieger, eds. 2008. Water and State in Asia and Europe. Dellii: Manohar. Academia.edu.

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