Siege of Anjadiva (1506)

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The Siege of Anjadiva in 1506 occurred when the Muslim ruler of Goa fought to expel the Portuguese from the Fort Anjediva they had established there.[1] Adil Shah of Bijapur was the invader. This, combined with other reasons, forced the Portuguese to leave the settlement.[1]

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  1. ^ a b The New Cambridge Modern History: The Reformation, 1520-1559 Geoffrey Rudolph Elton p.662 [1]