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The travels of Ibn Batuta : translated from the abridged Arabic manuscript copies, preserved in the Public Library of Cambridge. with notes, illustrative of the history, geography, botany, antiquities, &c. occurring throughout the work / translated with notes by S. Lee, [and, Report of the proceedings of the first general meeting of the subscribers to the Oriental Translation Fund].

Ibn Batuta, 1304-1377.
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1829
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Also known as

Tuhfat al-nuzzar fi ghara'ib al-amsar wa- 'aja'ib al-asfar
Report of the proceedings of the first general meeting of the subscribers to the Oriental Translation Fund

Publication/Creation

London : printed for the Oriental Translation Committee, and sold by J. Murray; Parbury, Allen, & Co.; and Howell & Stewart], 1829.

Physical description

xix, 243, 16 pages ; 29 cm

Notes

Translation of: Mulakhkhas rihlat Ibn Battutah by Muhammad ibn Fath Allah al-Bayluni.
With a half-title page.
Some notes in Arabic.

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Includes bibliographic references.

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This material has been provided by Royal College of Physicians, London. The original may be consulted at Royal College of Physicians, London.

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