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Relation of a journey begun an: Dom: 1610

Title:Relation of a journey begun an: Dom: 1610
Alternate title:Sandys travells : containing an history of the original and present state of the Turkish Empire, their laws, government, policy, military force, courts of justice, and commerce, the Mahometan religion and ceremonies, a description of Constantinople, the Grand Signior's seraglio, and his manner of living, also, of Greece, with the religion and customs of the Grecians : of Aegypt ... a voyage on the River Nylus : ... the former flourishing and present state of Alexandria : a description of the Holy-Land, of the Jews, and several sects of Christians living there, of Jerusalem, sepulchre of Christ, Temple of Solomon; and what else either of antiquity, or worth observation : lastly, Italy described, and the islands adjoyning ... illustrated with fifty graven maps and figures.
Note:London : Printed for Rob. Clavel, Tho. Passinger, Will. Cadman, Will. Whitwood, Tho. Sawbridge, and Will. Birch, 1670., 1670
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Subject:Early works
Subject:Folio format (Printing)
Subject:Greece -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Italy -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Middle East
Subject:Middle East -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Travel literature
Subject:Travel writing
Subject:Turkey -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Voyages and travels
Subject:Voyages and travels -- Early works to 1800
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