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travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta.

Pietro Della Valle

travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta.

In which the several countries ... are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano. Whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe"s Voyage into the East-Indies.

by Pietro Della Valle

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Published by Printed by J. Macock, for H. Herringman in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Voyages and travels,
  • India -- Description and travel,
  • Arabian Peninsula -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRoe, Thomas, Sir, 1581?-1644., Havers, G.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. l., 480 p. incl. plans.
    Number of Pages480
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17136677M
    OCLC/WorldCa16864509

    After the Kanthalloor Shala disappeared a 1, years ago, arguably coinciding with Chola invasion of Thiruvananthapuram, no detailed information on the educational system in Kerala is available to us for the next years. 28 e T ravels of Sig. Pietro della V alle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta (London, ), –25 [Letter IX from Mascat dated Janu ].

      “Here we found Ruy Freira with part of his Ships, of which some were mending.” (From The Travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a Noble Roman, Into East-India and Arabia Deserta, published in English in ) And here we find a bridge that’s “finishing” instead of “being finished”. Full text of "The Travels of Pietro Della Valle in India" See other formats.

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The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta in which, the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those Oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano: whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the.

Description This is a translation by George Havers of the third part of Della Valle’s Viaggi, which describes his sojourn on the west coast of India and his voyage home to Italy.

Author: Della Valle, Pietro, Title: The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta in which, the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those Oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano: whereunto is added.

The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta in which the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those Oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano: whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the.

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Pietro della Valle was a high-born Italian polymath and adventurer who travelled to Persia and India, via Turkey and the Holy Land. The addition of Roe's account provides an interesting contrast. The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta: in which the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those Oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano: whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the.

The travels of Pietro della Valle in India. From the old English translation ofby G. Havers. with a life of the author, an introduction, and notes by Edward Grey. =Pietro della Valle (), The Travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta (); excerpts from the translation: [on this site] =Shaikh Inayat-ullah Kanbu (d), Bahar-i danish (Springtime of Knowledge) (), a free adaptation of the Shuka-saptati into Persian: [ site ].

The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta: in which, the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those Oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano: whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into.

=Pietro Della Valle (), The Travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta (); excerpts from the translation: [on this site] =Francois Bernier, Travels in the Mogul Empire, ADtrans.

by Archibald Constable on the basis of Irving Brock's version, ed. by Vincent A. Smith ( Elegant Folio Society edition of della Valle's account of his journeys through Asia Minor, Persia and India during the seventeenth century. With terrific full page b/w illustrations taken from the Dutch edition published in The travels of Pietro della Valle in India / from the old English translation ofby G.

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Pietro della Valle, a noble roman into East India and Arabia Deserta Whereunto is added A Relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the East-Indies.

London: Printed by J. Macock for Henry Herringman, Sold for US$ 2, inc. premium.