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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800|
|Named Person:||Marco Polo|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Marco Polo; Morris Rossabi; Henry Yule, Sir; Henri Cordier
|Description:||xxi, 377 p. : col. ill., maps ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Account of regions visited or heard of on the journey from the Lesser Armenia to the court of the Great Kaan at Chandu --
The Kaan, his court and capital --
Journey to the west and south-west of Cathay --
Journey southward through eastern provinces of Cathay and Manzi --
Japan, the Archipelago, southern India, and the coasts and islands of the Indian Sea --
Wars among the Tartar princes, and some account of the northern countries --
Did Marco go to China?
|Responsibility:||Marco Polo ; translated by Henry Yule ; revised by Henri Cordier ; Morris Rossabi, general editor.|
"Although there have been several accounts of Marco Polo's journey, Rossabi's illustrated edition distinguishes itself with high-quality color pictures that serve to enhance the text, including maps