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The travels of Marco Polo & Ibn Battuta

The travels of Marco Polo & Ibn Battuta

Asian and African journeys of discovery travelogue

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Published by Demco, Inc. in Madison, WI .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia,
  • Africa,
  • Italy,
  • Islamic Empire
    • Subjects:
    • Polo, Marco, 1254-1323? -- Travel -- Juvenile literature,
    • Ibn Batuta, 1304-1377 -- Travel -- Juvenile literature,
    • Polo, Marco, 1254-1323?,
    • Ibn Batuta, 1304-1377,
    • Discoveries in geography -- Study and teaching -- Juvenile literature,
    • Discoveries in geography -- Study and teaching -- Activity programs -- Juvenile literature,
    • Voyages and travels -- Juvenile literature,
    • Explorers -- Italy -- Biography -- Juvenile literature,
    • Travelers -- Islamic Empire -- Juvenile literature,
    • Discoveries in geography,
    • Voyages and travels,
    • Explorers,
    • Asia -- Description and travel -- Juvenile literature,
    • Africa -- Description and travel -- Juvenile literature

    • About the Edition

      The travels and observations of Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta presented through selected source materials, study guides, and classroom activities.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Richard Scheuerman and Arthur Ellis ; illustrated by James LeGette.
      GenreJuvenile literature., Biography
      ContributionsScheuerman, Richard D., Ellis, Arthur K., LeGette, James, ill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG370.P9 T74 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL372197M
      ISBN 101885360215
      LC Control Number98033820
      OCLC/WorldCa39695581

      Written in the 13th century, The Travels of Marco Polo details Italian explorer Marco Polo’s movements through Asia between and The book was co-written by Rustichello da Pisa, an Italian writer who met Polo while the two were in prison in Genoa, Italy. The text is comprised of a prologue and four subsequent books. The travel narratives by Polo, Kempe, and Battuta. Essay paper for History class. 3 books stories. the description is giving below. Firstly, compare and contrast the travel narratives of The Travels by Marco Polo, The Book of Margery Kempe by Margery Kempe, and The Travels of Ibn Battuta by Ibn Battuta.

      Pdf The Travels of Marco Polo, epub The Travels of Marco Polo,Marco Polo,Sir Henry Yule,Henri Cordier pdf ebook, download full The Travels of Marco Polo book in english. Read The Travels of Marco Polo by Marco Polo,Sir Henry Yule,Henri Cordier. The Travels of Ibn Battuta, A.D. , Volume V: Index to Volumes I-IV by A. D. H. Bivar and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

      - Explore matthewdjess's board "Marco Polo Ibn Battuta" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ibn battuta, Marco polo, Polo pins. The reason why Marco went to do this 24 year trip was because his dad and uncle had made a promise to the Khan. Just after Marco Polo was born, his dad (Niccolo) and uncle (Maffeo) both went on a 6 year trip to Cathay for trades. While the two of them were there they traveled to .


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The travels of Marco Polo & Ibn Battuta Download PDF EPUB FB2

The travels of Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta are similar in that they both traveled at an early age. They also went in the same general direction, west, covering many of the same countries.

It is hard to imagine taking a trip like this today and must have been even more tricky so many centuries ago. Yet, two men, the Italian tradesman Marco Polo and the Moroccan Jurist Ibn Battuta became famous for having managed to perform extremely long distance journeys away from their home country.

At the end of their long travels, both men shared their experiences with the world via the books, The Travels of Marco Polo and The Travels of Ibn Battuta. Whereas Marco Polo was rather tight-lipped about sex, Ibn Battutah seems to have copulated his way across the then-known world with hundreds of slave girls, concubines, and temporary “wives.” He also left more than a few offspring in his wake.

His trip lasted 29 years and was three times the length of Marco Polo’ by: Ibn Battuta was a strong believer in the Islamic faith. Marco Polo was different from this because to begin, he wasn’t Muslim. Two, Marco polo had a different mindset than Ibn Battuta.

While Ibn Battuta traveled as an “Insider” Marco Polo usually travelled and an “outsider”. Ibn Battuta traveled to mostly Muslim ruled lands.

The Arab equivalent of Marco Polo, Sheikh Ibn Battuta () set out as a young man on a pilgrimage to Mecca that ended 27 years miles later. The only medieval traveler known to have visited the lands of every Muslim ruler of his time, Ibn Battuta was born into a family of highly respected religious judges and educated as a Reviews: Ibn Battuta.

This is the currently selected item. Marco Polo. Zheng He. Activity: Explorers Mini Project. Gallery: Ships. Marco Polo. Our mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere.

Khan Academy is a (c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donate or volunteer today. 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 his diaries, by British Orientalist REV. SAMUEL LEE ( ), demonstrates. Embarking upon what would eventually be a year pilgrimage, Battuta /5(4).

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 his diaries, by British Orientalist REV. SAMUEL LEE ( ), demonstrates. Embarking upon what would eventually be a year pilgrimage, Battuta. The Arab equivalent of Marco Polo, Sheikh Ibn Battuta () set out as a young man on a pilgrimage to Mecca that ended 27 years miles later.

The only medieval traveler known to have visited the lands of every Muslim ruler of his time, Ibn Battuta was born into a family of highly respected religious judges and educated as a /5(20).

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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.

The Arab equivalent of Marco Polo, Sheikh Ibn Battuta () set out as a young man on a pilgrimage to Mecca that ended 27 years miles only medieval traveler known to have visited the lands of every Muslim ruler of his time, Ibn Battuta was born into a family of highly respected religious judges and educated as a theologian/5(4).

Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta are best known for. providing extensive information about lands and people By closing Japanese Harbors to most foreigners in the s the Tokugawa shogunate accepted to.

The Travels of Marco Polo, Xuanzang, and Ibn Battuta Sources Books Websites Rumford, James. Traveling Man: The Journey of Ibn Battuta, Boston: Houghton. Ibn Battuta (–) was a scholar, theologian, adventurer, and traveler who, like Marco Polo fifty years earlier, wandered the world and wrote about it.

Battuta sailed, rode camels and horses, and walked his way to 44 different modern countries, traveling an estima miles during a 29 year period. WORLD TRAVEL CLASSICSTHE TRAVELS OF IBN BATTUTA AND THE TRAVELS OF MARCO POLO —-FROM THE WORLD LITERATURE FORUM RECOMMENDED CLASSICS AND MASTERPIECES SERIES VIA GOODREADS—-ROBERT SHEPPARD, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF For most of us coming from a Western background when we think of the great travelers and travel accounts of /5().

‎The Arab equivalent of Marco Polo, Sheikh Ibn Battuta () set out as a young man on a pilgrimage to Mecca that ended 27 years miles later.

The only medieval traveler known to have visited the lands of every Muslim ruler of his time, Ibn Battuta was born into a family of highly. 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 his diaries, by British Orientalist REV. SAMUEL LEE ( ), : Cosimo. Author by: Ibn Batuta Languange: en Publisher by: Markus Wiener Publishers Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 86 Total Download: File Size: 45,8 Mb Description: Abdalla Ibn Battuta () has been celebrated as one of the greatest travelers of pre-modern all medieval travel writers, including Marco Polo, only Ibn Battuta penetrated deep into black Africa.

The Arab equivalent of Marco Polo, Sheikh Ibn Battuta () set out as a young man on a pilgrimage to Mecca that ended 27 years miles later. The only medieval traveler known to have visited the lands of every Muslim ruler of his time, Ibn Battuta was born into a family of highly respected religious judges and educated as a.

A summary of the Travels was completed on behalf of the sultan of Morocco by ibn Juzayy in Little is known of his later career. Ibn Battutah and Marco Polo .Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta both used different networks to travel to China. Marco Polo had the network of his father and brother when he travelled to the court of Kublai Khan and used the network of the Great Khan when he began to work for Kublai Khan.

Ibn Battua used another network that was present in every Muslim country: the network of the.THE TRAVELS OF IBN BATTUTA DBQ. Document 1.

A native of Tangier in North Africa, Ibn Battuta traveled for 27 years. Ibn Battuta’s Travels. Marco Polo’s Travels 1a Compare the travels of Ibn Battuta to Marco Polo who traveled about a century before him.

What general. areas did they both travel to and which general areas are different?