JOHANN MICHAEL WANSLEBEN'S TRAVELS IN THE LEVANT, 1671-74.
Johann Michael Wansleben’s Travels in the Levant, 1671–1674 is a hitherto unpublished version of a remarkable description of Egypt and the Levant by the German scholar traveller Wansleben, or Vansleb (as he was known in France). He set out for the East in 1671 to collect manuscripts and antiquities...
|Superior document:||The History of Oriental Studies ; 4|
|Place / Publishing House:||[S.l.] : : BRILL,, 2018. |
|Year of Publication:||2018|
|Series:||The History of Oriental Studies
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (xiv, 512 pages).|
|Notes:||"This edition of Wansleben's Giornale is ... far longer than the Nouvelle Relation, describing the journeys from Paris to Egypt by way of Cyprus and Syria, and from Egypt to Istanbul, by way of Chios and Izmir ... The manuscript, which formerly had the shelfmarks Baluze 211 and then Regius 10263/2, is now BNF MS italien 435."--Text.|
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