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Receiving them in formation in the “spacious” square were the mounted cavalrymen dressed in Portuguese uniforms. In lieu of catwquese abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Those that enacted a cavalhada during Pentecost might leave shortly thereafter on a bandeira expedition of exploration, conquest, and enslavement.
Paul Rivet, “Les Indiens Canoeiros,” We also hope to clarify the role of the “ambassadors,” i.
An ambassador then stepped forth to offer peace to the Moors if they would convert to Christianity; but they refused to do so, and the Christians and Moors began to fight with cateqkese handling of lances and swords and “perfect” horsemanship. Then Pohl observed masked figures appear that made people laugh, especially a thin man impersonating a French master of the dance, who played a rabeca type of violin with a hallowed out gourd and a white cloth.
Or, stated in another way, why had the Portuguese not established their hegemony and “closed the frontier”? Click for larger view Figure 1 Carte du pays des Canoeiros Source: The non-Christians were defeated, and so they agreed to convert to the Catholic religion. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly cattequese it serves.
The townspeople followed at the end.
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Figure 1 Carte du pays des Canoeiros Source: First of all, the troops processed from the commandant’s house to the square, which was lined in the form of a cross. They were there for the ” naciojal dos cavaleiros ” the game of the cavalrymen.
Rethinking the Conquest of Goias, Mary C. Enveloped in long mantles, the women of the commandant’s family headed a second procession, including soldiers, musicians, and the Austrian visitor, Johann Emanuel Pohl, who accompanied the commander and the judge.
The masked figures catequdse followed by elegantly dressed Moors, who entered the square, saluting the spectators with their swords, and by the Portuguese cavalrymen.
If their alleged conquests had been so successful in the late eighteenth century, then why was the frontier still a fiercely contested ground in the s?
In direetorio Portuguese discourse of the late colonial period, however, they had successfully conquered their non-Christian “barbarian enemies.
With their swords, they saluted Pohl and the other men of direyorio rank, who took their seats on the top of a stepped platform shaded by a thatched roof, while the soldiers sat below. In reality, however, these cavalrymen were also participating in the actual conquests of non-Christian “gentiles,” in this case of the indigenous nations of Central Brazil.