2 edition of The travels of Ibn Battuta to Central Asia found in the catalog.
The travels of Ibn Battuta to Central Asia
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[introduction and editing by] Ibrahimov Nematulla Ibrahimovich.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Contributions||Ibrahimovich, Ibrahimov Nematulla.|
|LC Classifications||DS327.7 .I26213 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781558765221, 9781558765238|
|LC Control Number||2009043710|
Ibn Battuta’s Journey – North Africa, Iraq, Persia, the Arabian Peninsula, Somalia, Swahili Coast. (Credit: Eric Gaba – Wikimedia Commons user Sting) Ibn Battuta’s Journey – Black Sea Area, Central Asia, India, Southeast Asia and China. Ibn Battuta’s Journey – North Africa, Spain and West Africa. It is in this faculty that Ibn Battuta excels.” Thus begins the book, “Ibn Battuta, Travels in Asia and Africa ” published by Routledge and Kegan Paul. Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta, was a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He is known for his traveling and going on excursions called the Rihla. His journeys lasted for a.
Ibn Battuta in Black Africaby Abu Abdalla ibn BattutaTHE LITERARY WORK A travel narrative set in East Africa from to and in West Africa from to ; part of a larger work written in Arabic (as Rihla) in , republished as Voyages d’ibn Batoutah in , excerpted and translated into English in SYNOPSIS Ibn Battuta recounts his voyage to the East African coast, and a. A TREASURE NOT LOST: IBN BATTUTA'S TRAVELS IN ASIA AND AFRICA, In the Caliph of Morocco commissioned a royal scribe to take down Ibn Battuta's account of his twenty-nine years of travels. The result was an eye-opening recitation from a learned man who participated in the affairs of the world.5/5(1).
Abu Abdullah Ibn Battuta (Abu Abdullah, son of Battuta) was born in Tangiers (in present day Morocco) in About the same time, the Mongol military rulers of Persia and west central Asia converted to Islam. As an adulthood, Ibn Battuta was able to travel widely under the protection of the Islamic Size: KB. "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, India and China.
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The original Travels of Ibn Battuta ranks high amongst the masterpieces of Arabic geographical literature and is of great significance in the understanding of the history of the peoples inhabiting the Central Asian states.4/5(5).
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The Travels of Ibn Battuta: in the Near East, Asia and Africa, (Dover Books on Travel, Adventure)/5(13). Ibn Battuta recounted tales of his travels throughout his voyage and when he returned home, but it was not until his association with Ibn Jazayy that the stories were committed to formal writing.
Battuta took notes during the journey but admitted that he lost some of them along the way. 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.
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In Ibn Battuta, a traveller and adventurer from Tangiers, embarked on an extraordinary journey via Mecca to Egypt, East Africa, India and China (also visiting Spain. The Travels of Ibn Battutahedited by Tim Mackintosh-Smith pp, Picador, £ Ibn Battutah, the Moroccan who journeyed for a quarter-century across Asia.
The life and travels of Ibn Battuta --The study of "The Travels" of Ibn Battuta: translations and publications --Section of Arabic text from "The Travels" of Ibn Battuta to Central Asia --English translation of the section of "The Travels" of Ibn Battuta to Central Asia --Commentary on Chapter 4.
Other Titles. The life and travels of Ibn Battuta; the study of "The Travels" of Ibn Battuta - translations and publications; section of Arabic text from "The Travels" of Ibn Battuta to Central Asia; English translation of the section of "The Travels" of Ibn Battuta to Central Asia; commentary on chapter 4.
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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 roughlykm and he visited regions which today comprise 44 modern countries.
When his epic journeys were complete, his. 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.
I have been reading The Travels of Ibn Battuta, the travel diary of 14th century Arab scholar and lawyer Ibn Battuta. For what it is, an anthropological study of the Islamic world circa 's, it's an amazing window into these cultures lost to time/5.
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SOURCE: Gibb, H. Introduction to Ibn Battuta: Travels in Asia and Africa,translated and selected by Robert M. McBride, pp. New York: Robert M. McBride and Company, Ibn Battuta ( - ca. ), was a Moroccan explorer. Over a period of thirty years, Ibn Battuta visited most of the known Islamic world as well as many non-Muslim lands.
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Click Download or Read Online button to THE-TRAVELS-OF-IBN-BATTUTA book pdf for free now. The Travels Of Ibn Batuta. Ibn Baṭṭūṭa ( - ) was the best-known Arab traveler in world history. Ibn Battuta was one of the great geographers and explorers of the 14th century and his book “Travels of Ibn Battuta” is a treasure trove for anyone wishing to know more about Asian trading routes and hubs of this era and the people and cultures that populated and surrounded them.In Central Asia, Ibn Battuta was able to travel with a Mongol Khan all across Asia.
In Astrakhan, the khan’s wife, who was a Byzantine princess, found out she was going to have a Battuta volunteered to accompany her back to her father Andronicus III‘s court at Constantinople to have her baby, and so he got to Constantinople. He didn’t like it, because most people there were.
Ibn Battuta (ابن بطوطة) (Febru – or ), was a Moroccan explorer of Berber descent. He is known for his extensive travels, accounts of which were published in the Rihla (lit.
"Journey"). Over a period of thirty years, Ibn Battuta visited most of the known Islamic world as well as many non-Muslim lands.