Cambridge Core – Regional History after – Cathay and the Way Thither. Cathay and the way thither: being a collection of medieval notices of China, / tr. and ed. by Colonel Sir Henry Yule. Main Author: Yule, Henry, Sir, : Cathay and the Way Thither: Being a Collection of Medieval Notices of China (Cambridge Library Collection – Hakluyt First Series).
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This volume, first published inis the second of two compilations edited by Colonel Henry Yule on contacts with China before the discovery of sea routes to the east. Western Conquests Invasion of Europe.
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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Pegolotti’s notices of the land route to Cathay, etc. John de’ Marignolli’s recollections of eastern travel: Anyone from Yhither or from Venice, wishing to go to the places above-named, and to make the journey to Cathay, should carry linens with him, and if he visit Organci he will dispose of these well.
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Cathay and the way thither: being a collection of medieval notices of China
Tither is 43 days on the voyage thence to Chittagong, and 40 days on that from Sonarganw to Sumatra. The second part of the work by Abu Zaid His account of. The Wonders of the East Catalani Jordanus. Legends of the preaching of Apostles in China The actual early. Account Options Sign in. Page cxxii – Their betters as craftsmen in every art practised by man are not to be found in the whole world.
Table of Contents Contents: The interval occupied by his journey in China may be thus estimated: Book ratings by Goodreads. Looking for beautiful books? The Kin or Golden Dynasty.
And, what is more wonderful still, if one of the cormorants gets hold of a fish of large size, so large that he would have some difficulty in taking it to the boat, some of the others, seeing his dilemma, hasten to his assistance, and with their efforts united capture the animal and haul him off to the boat.
Volume 1 Sir Henry Yule. What he says of Cathay. John de’ Marignolli’s recollections of eastern travel ; 6. You may travel the whole nine months Page – China is perfectly safe, whether by day or night, according to what the merchants say who have used it. In Organci he should purchase sommi The voyage of Ibn Batuta to China The cessation of intercourse.
The Travels of Ibn Muhalhal.
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China as represented by Edrisi. Diplomatic intercourse between the Chinghizide Khans of Persia.
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Tibet a great country felt tents the royal city Lhassa. The former date is, however, quite inconsistent with that assigned for his arrival in his native country November, ; nor would perhaps even Apri allow the traveller of thosedays to accomplish all that Ibn Batuta did in the interval, especially as he gives several consistent intermediate dates between his arrival at Dhafar and his reaching Fez.
Cathay and the Way Thither
Cathay and the way thither: Garcillasso De La Vega. Common terms and phrases Allora altre altri altro anno Arabic autem Badakhshan Benedict Bengal Boll called capital Cathay century Ceylon Chagatai chiama chief China Chinese Christians cittade civitate contrata Dehli dicens dinar dirhems Edrisi Emperor etiam fanno Firishta fiume frati fratres giornate gold Gran Cane habent Hindu Kush homines Ibn Batuta ilia illi India ipsa ipse ipsi ipsum island ista istis Java journey Kaidu Karashahr Kashgar Khan Khotan king Kipchak Klaproth luogo Mahomed Mahomedans Malabar Maldives Manzi Marc Marco Marco Polo Marignolli mentioned merchants miglia modo molte molti mondo Mongol mountain multa multum omnes passed Pegolotti Persian Polo port probably quale quali quam quivi quod quse river says seqq shaikh sibi sicut signore statim Sultan Sumatra sunt supra tamen Tana Tartars terra Timur town traveller tunc Turfan tutto unum uomini veni vidi voyage whilst word Yarkand.
Other editions – View all Cathay and the Way Thither: Conquest of the River Plate China under the name of Timgas.