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The dawn of modern geography

Author: C Raymond Beazley
Publisher: New York : Peter Smith, 1949.
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Genre/Form: History
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Beazley, C. Raymond (Charles Raymond), 1868-1955.
Dawn of modern geography.
New York, P. Smith, 1949
(OCoLC)577527263
Online version:
Beazley, C. Raymond (Charles Raymond), 1868-1955.
Dawn of modern geography.
New York, P. Smith, 1949
(OCoLC)607896931
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C Raymond Beazley
OCLC Number: 486381
Notes: Volumes I, II, and III were originally published in 1897, 1901, and 1906, respectively, by Mr. John Murray.
Description: 3 volumes : illustrations, maps (some folded) ; 24 cm
Contents: Volume I : A history of exploration and geographical science from the conversion of the Roman empire to A. D. 900, with an account of the achievements and writings of the Christian, Arab, and Chinese travellers and students. Introductory --
The primitive pilgrims of Latin Christendom down to Justinian (circ. A. D. 300-500) in detail --
The pilgrims in detail, continued, from Justinian to Mohammed --
The pilgrims in detail, continued, during the latter centuries of our period, circ. A. D. 680-870 (900) --
Commercial and missionary travel --
Geographical theory --
Non-Christian geography of the early middle ages. Volume II : A history of exploration and geographical science from the close of the ninth to the middle of the thirteenth century (c. A. D. 900-1260). Introductory --
The Norsemen in the history of exploration, to the beginning of the crusades (circ. A. D. 800-1070) --
Pilgrim travel --
Benjamin of Tudela and other Jewish travellers, to middle of the thirteenth century --
Diplomatic and missionary travel of the thirteenth century : Carpini, Rubruquis, etc. --
Commercial travel --
Geographical theory and description (circ. A. D. 900-1260). Volume III : A history of exploration and geographical science from the middle of the thirteenth to the early years of the fifteenth century (c. A. D. 1260-1420). Introductory --
The great Asiatic travellers, 1260- 1420 : Part I. The Polos, 1260-1295 ; Part II. The Polos' successors: mission -travel --
The pilgrim travellers, 1260-1420 --
Maritime exploration, 1270-1420 --
Commercial travel: minor incidents in the exploration of the world by western Europeans, 1260-1420 --
Geographical theory --
Later Moslem and other non-Christian geography. v. 1. From the conversion of the Roman Empire to A.D. 900, with an account of the achievements and writings of the Christian, Arab, and Chinese travellers and students.--v. 2. From the close of the ninth to the middle of the thirteenth century (c.A.D. 900-1260)--v. 3. From the middle of the thirteenth to the early years of the fifteenth century (c.A.D. 1260-1420).
Responsibility: by C. Raymond Beazley.

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