4 edition of travels of Ibn Battutah found in the catalog.
travels of Ibn Battutah
by Picador in London
|Statement||abridge[d], introduced and annotated by Tim Mackintosh-Smith|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Contributions||Mackintosh-Smith, Tim, 1961-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||400 p. :|
|Number of Pages||400|
ibn battuta Download ibn battuta or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get ibn battuta book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The Travels Of Ibn Batuta. The Travels of Ibn Battuta. Ibn Battuta. Cosimo, Inc., Jan 1, - Travel - pages. 0 Reviews. He journeyed farther than his near contemporary Marco Polo, though Muslim scholar Ibn Battuta (c. ) is barely remembered at all compared to that legendary traveler. But Battuta's story is just as fascinating, as this translation of.
Ibn Battuta was born in Tangier, Morocco into a family of Muslim legal scholars in He studied Muslim law as a young man. Then in , he left Tangier to make a pilgrimage to Mecca (in Islam this pilgrimage is called the "hajj.") He was 21 years old and eager for more learning and more adventure. Travel was dangerous by land and by sea. THE TRAVELS OF IBN BATTUTA The greatest traveller of the Old World before modern times was undoubtedly Abu `Abdallah ibn Battuta. In the course of 29 years, he travelled across the eastern hemisphere for a total distance of roughly , km and he visited regions which today comprise 44 modern countries. When his epic journeys were complete, his.
For political reasons, the name of the Persian Gulf is translated as and made into 'Arabian Gulf' in this book. The latter term was not used, even in Arabic sources, until the s. Ibn Battutah's travels were from the 14th century. Highly incredible translation and truly a shame/5(). Travels Of Ibn Battuta 1. Travels of Ibn Battuta A 75, mile travel of 44 countries. By: Caleb Cisneros 2. Travel maps Battuta was born in Tangier and left for his long journey at twenty- one years old. He set off for the pilgrimage to Mecca. He crossed the continent Africa and reached Cairo the capital of Egypt.
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The Travels of Ibn Battutah edited by Tim Makintosh-Smith reads as an edited version but with the advantage of efforts to get the story in its best order and notations The best guess is that he was on the road, or at sea for about 30 years and logged ab miles/5.
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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: The Travels of Ibn Battutahedited by Tim Mackintosh-Smith pp, Picador, £ Ibn Battutah, the Moroccan who journeyed for a quarter-century across Asia and Africa on the eve of the black death.
The Travels of Ibn Battuta: A Virtual Tour began as a Web resource written in by Nick Bartel for his students at Horace Mann Middle School, San Francisco, was one of several large online resource units Nick constructed during the early days of curriculum on the internet.
c Ibn Battuta comes from a family of travellers / judges. d To begin with, Ibn Battuta journeys to the city of Makkah / Tangier. e The ruler of Constantine gives Ibn Battuta an old donkey / a nice coat. f Ibn Battuta learns about his future / the pyramids from Burhan Al-Din. g In the desert, hyenas / camels take things from Ibn Battuta’s bag.
The s jostle the s in this itinerary, for Mackintosh-Smith aims to see places visited centuries ago by Ibn Battutah, who wrote a venerable work of Arabic literature, the Travels.
Starting in Battutah's home of Tangiers, the author seeks out the adventurer's tomb but, believing it is a fake, then seeks out a reliable source on Battutah Cited by: 6. Download The Travels Of Ibn Battuta ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to The Travels Of Ibn Battuta book pdf for free now. The Travels Of Ibn Batuta. Author: Muḥammad Ibn-ʿAbdallāh Ibn-Baṭṭūṭa ISBN: BSB:BSB Mohammed Ibn Jazzi El Kelbi (upon whom be the mercy of God), from the travels of the theologian Abu Abd Allah Mohammed Ibn Abd Allah El Lawati of Tanjiers known by the surname of Ibn Batuta and, that he did not extract anything except what was strange and unknown, or, known by report, but not believed on account of its rarity, and the.
The manuscript was circulated around different Islamic countries, but not much cited by Muslim scholars. Travels, Arabic Riḥlah, Arabic, in full Tuḥfat al-nuẓẓār fī gharāʾib al-amṣār wa-ʿajāʾib al-asfār, classic travel account by Ibn Baṭṭūṭah of his journeys through virtually all Muslim countries and many adjacent lands.
The full title means “The Gift of the Beholders on the Peculiarities of the Regions and the Marvels of Journeys.”. Ibn Battuta, medieval Muslim traveler and author of one of the most famous travel books, the Rihlah.
His great work describes the people, places, and cultures he encountered in his journeys along s miles (, km) across and beyond the Islamic world. Travels with a Tangerine, Tim Mackintosh-Smith's account of retracing Ibn Battutah's 14th century pilgrimage to Mecca, is a book that falls into the category of topics I love (travel/history writing, modern day recreations of famous voyages) but executions I dislike.I found Mackintosh-Smith's writing overly pedantic and dense.
I don't know much about 14th century Arabic history and /5. Tim has also edited Ibn Battutah's own Travels. His book, The Hall of a Thousand Columns, revisits the scenes of Ibn Battutah's Indian adventures and was published in March (paperback ).
In MayTim was named by Newsweek as one of the twelve finest travel writers of the past hundred years. tlie, tbe, ibn, sultan, die, tiie, oddin, sheikh, oriental translation, abd allah, mohammed ibn, three days, ibn batuta, ten days, great number, large city, kotb oddin, ibn jazzi Publisher London, Printed for the Oriental translation committee, and sold by J.
Murray [etc.] Collection europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the. With this edition by Tim Mackintosh-Smith, The Travels of Ibn Battutah takes its place alongside other indestructible masterpieces of the travel-writing genre. Designed to appeal to the book lover, the Macmillan Collector's Library is a series of beautiful gift editions of much loved classic titles/5(K).
Buy The Travels of Ibn Battutah (Macmillan Collector's Library) Reprints by Battutah, Ibn, Mackintosh-Smith, Tim (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(). book of travels. After completing the book, Abu Abdullah Ibn Battuta became a judge in a small Moroccan town.
As far as we know, he never traveled again. Ibn Battuta died in Modern day countries such as Morocco did not exist in the fourteenth century. Ibn Battuta would have described himself as a Muslim,File Size: KB. On Febru Ibn Battuta was born in Tangier, Morocco.
In the year he left Tangier to go travel. He traveled for about 30 years and then. Ibn Battuta was born in Tangier in Between and he journeyed through North Africa and Asia Minor and as far as China.
On a separate voyage he crossed the Sahara to the Muslim lands of West Africa. Tim Mackintosh-Smith‘s first book, Yemen:Travels in Dictionary Land, won the Thomas Cook/Daily Telegraph Travel Book Award and is now regarded as a classic of Arabian description.
His two books on Ibn Battutah’s adventures in the old Islamic world and in India, Travels with a Tangerine and The Hall of a Thousand Columns, were received."The Adventures of Ibn Battuta: A Muslim Traveler of the 14th Century" is historian Ross Dunn's account of the world of Islam in the s as based on the contemporaneous book written about the journeys of Ibn Battuta, an educated legal scholar from Tangier in Morocco whose travels extend from Sub-Saharan Africa across Northern Africa to the Middle East, Persia, Palestine.
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