The Travels of Ludovico di Varthema
|The Travels of Ludovico di Varthema (1863)
by , translated by John Winter Jones
Ludovico di Varthema was a renowned 16th century world traveler, who provided many of the first writings of contact with foreign cultures, and was the first non-Muslim known to attend the Hajj pilgrimage.
This edition is an 1863 English translation of the original 1510 Italian work.
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LUDOVICO DI VARTHEMA
EGYPT, SYRIA, ARABIA DESERTA AND ARABIA FELIX,
IN PERSIA, INDIA, AND ETHIOPIA,
A.D. 1503 TO 1508.
FROM THE ORIGINAL ITALIAN EDITION OF 1510,
WITH A PREFACE,
JOHN WINTER JONES, Esq., F.S.A.,
WITH NOTES AND INTRODUCTION
George Percy Badger,
LATE GOVERNMENT CHAPLAIN IN THE PRESIDENCY OF BOMBAY,
AUTHOR OF "THE NESTORIANS AND THEIR RITUALS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
WITH A MAP.
PRINTED FOR THE HAKLUYT SOCIETY.
SIR CHARLES WODD, Bart., G.C.B.,
HER MAJESTY'S SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INDIA,
OF THE EASTERN TRAVELS OF
LUDOVICO DI VARTHEMA,
AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY,
IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED
BY THE EDITOR.