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^ The Portuguese period in East Africa – Page ^ Portuguese rule and Spanish crown in South Africa, – – Page 25 ^ Four centuries of Swahili verse: a literary history and anthology – Page 11 ^ COINS FROM MOGADISHU, c. to c. by G. S. P. Freeman-Grenville pg 36 ^ Lee Cassanelli pg ^ Cerulli, Somalia 1: 65– Baadiyow (your Abdullahi, Abdurahman.) writes. among other things, that the Periplus was written by Maris Erythraei, when that is part of the title (The Circumnavigation of the Red Sea). Maris Erythraei is Greek for "of the Red Sea". He also states that Mir Ali Bey strengthened the alliance. A Modern History of Somalia: Nation and State in the Horn of Africa. Westview Press. p. ↑ Pakistan Economist -Page 24 by S. Akhtar ↑ Tanzania notes and records: the journal of the Tanzania Society pg 76 ↑ The Portuguese period in East Africa - Page ↑ Portuguese rule and Spanish crown in South Africa, - Page All I know of that town is that it is one of the towns that was briefly liberated by a joint Ottoman-Ajuuraan fleet in the late 16th century - Portuguese rule and Spanish crown in South Africa, –