The Battle of Dabul was an engagement between the forces of the Viceroy of Portuguese India, Francisco de Almeida, and the forces of the Kingdom of Cambay. Despite the heavy defenses of the city and the reported presence of a major naval force of 4 very big ships, the Portuguese artillery managed from afar, causing the land army to retreat and, hence, the city to flee.
- Monteiro, Saturnino (2010). Batalhas e Combates da Marinha Portuguesa. Lisbon: Livraria Sá da Costa Editora. ISBN 978-972-562378-7.
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