5 edition of Marco Polo found in the catalog.
Describes the life and journeys of the Italian trader who became famous for his travels in Asia.
|Statement||by Jon Noonan ; illustrated by Yoshi Miyake.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|LC Classifications||G370.P9 A6 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||91033487|
Book 2, Chapter 1 Summary: “Of the Deeds of Kublai Khan, the Emperor Now Reigning” Polo relates how the title of Kublai Khan translates into English as “Lord of Lords” () and says that the Great Khan deserves that title “for in respect to number of subjects, . May 05, · The Italian Marco Polo is probably the world’s most famous traveler and one of the world’s first travel writers. The famous Venetian is believed to have left Venice at age 17 to embark on a year journey through the Persian Gulf and Asia, spending much of this time in China in the court of the great Mongol emperor Kublai Khan. Polo’s book, Description of the World, offered one of the.
The travels of Marco Polo: the complete Yule-Cordier edition: including the unabridged third edition () of Henry Yule's annotated translation, as revised by Henri Cordier, together with Cordier's later volume of notes and addenda (). Introduction Marco Polo was a merchant in Venice before he became the famous explorer we know today. At 17, he left Venice with his father and uncle. They traveled the Silk Road to China where he met the great ruler Kublai Khan. Marco traveled much of China and the east, and his stories were written into a popular book.
The Travels of Marco Polo is the classic account of Marco Polo's journey to China from Venice, and his discoveries as an emissary to the great Kublai Khan. Polo explores everywhere from Baghdad, Armenia and Russia to the Caspian Sea, the Gobi Desert and the small fishing villages of China, describing the geography, architecture and customs of these exotic places. since, as we have said in the first chapter of this book, no other man, Christian or Saracen, Mongol or pagan, has explored so much of the world as Messer Marco, son of Messer Niccolo Polo, great and noble citizen of the city of Venice.” In Genoa, years after Marco Polo’s death, Christopher Columbus was born in
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Marco Polo has books on Goodreads with ratings. Marco Polo’s most popular book is The Travels. Jun 20, · The Travels of Marco Polo is one of a handful of books that can truly be said to have changed the world. This is not merely another adventure story, it is THE adventure story of all time.
The Polos traveled thousands of miles through unknown and hostile territory in order to reach lands hitherto only vaguely rumored to exist.4/4(). Looking for books by Marco Polo. See all books authored by Marco Polo, including Il milione, and The Travels of Marco Polo - Volume 1, and more on universityofthephoenix.com Looking for books by Marco Polo.
See all Marco Polo book authored by Marco Polo, including Il milione, and The Travels of Marco Polo - Volume 1, and more on universityofthephoenix.com Marco Polo () has achieved an almost archetypal status as a traveller, and his Travels is one of the first great travel books of Western literature, outside the ancient world/5.
Dec 03, · Marco Polo’s stories about his travels in Asia were published as a book called The Description of the World, later known as The Travels of Marco Polo.
Just a. Let Marco Polo help you make the most of your trip. We offer guides and maps to over destinations, from compact colourful pocket guides packed with insider tips to inspirational itinerary based guides in a unique spiral bound format, with all the maps you need in between. Jan 04, · Marco Polo, (born c.
Venice [Italy]—died January 8,Venice), Venetian merchant and adventurer who traveled from Europe to Asia in –95, remaining in China for 17 of those years, and whose Il milione (“The Million”), known in English as the Travels of Marco Polo, is a classic of travel literature. Mar 06, · 1.
Marco Polo’s famous travelogue was penned in prison. Marco Polo is remembered thanks to a colorful and popular narrative about his eastward voyage, known simply as “The Travels of Marco. In the prologue to his book of travels Marco Polo tells about the arrival of his father and uncle at the court of the Great Khan, who was highly pleased with.
Marco Polo's the Book of Wonders occupies the very first part of the manuscript, that is ff. 1 - 96v. We have 1 facsimile edition of the manuscript "Marco Polo - The Book of Wonders": Marco Polo.
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Aug 23, · Overview Marco Polo (September 15, - January 9, ) was a Venetian merchant traveler whose travels are recorded in Il Milione ("The Millions", now known as "The Travels of Marco Polo"), a book which did much to introduce Europeans to Central Asia and China/5.
I did not know the role that Marco Polo’s book played in the life of explorer Christopher Columbus. Columbus had read Polo’s Travels. In fact, writes Milton Rugoff, “he made notes on seventy pages of a Latin edition of the book, which is now in Seville, Spain. The Travels of Marco Polo stimulated Columbus’s ambitions and imagination/5.
Page - Here are also red pearls, large, and of equal value with the white, with many other precious stones. Kublai, on hearing of this amazing wealth, desired to conquer the island, and sent two of his barons with a very large fleet containing warriors, both horsemen and on foot/5(10).
May 31, · Marco Polo (c–January 8, ) was a Venetian merchant and explorer who followed in the footsteps of his father and uncle. His writings about China and the Mongol Empire in "The Travels of Marco Polo" had a significant impact on European beliefs about and behavior toward the East and inspired the travels of Christopher Columbus.
Nov 11, · Marco Polo also revealed the wonders of Xanadu, the summer capital of Mongol emperor Kublai Khan. Almost years later, acclaimed author John Man traveled in Marco Polo's footsteps to Xanadu then on to Beijing and through modern China.
Marco was put under arrest. While he was under arrest, Marco told detailed stories of his journeys to a writer named Rustichello who wrote them all down in a book called The Travels of Marco Polo. The Travels of Marco Polo became a very popular book.
It was translated into multiple languages and read throughout Europe. After the fall of Kublai. Marco Polo. Marco Polo was born inthe son of a Venetian Merchant, and made his first visit to China with his father and uncle in They spent the next 20 years in the service of the Kubilai Khan, travelling throughout the Mongolian empire.
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Marco Polo was a thirteenth-century Venetian explorer, arguably the world’s most well-traveled explorer, and The Travels of Marco Polo chronicles his journey through Asia as a special envoy to. See all books by Marco Polo.
Also by Marco Polo. See all books by Marco Polo. About Marco Polo. Marco Polo travelled to China in and spent the next twenty years in the service of Kublai Khan.
He wrote his famous Travels after returning home, whilst a prisoner in Genoa.A well-known traveler and explorer, Marco Polo headed for China along the Silk Road in the Yuan Dynasty (–).
The Travels of Marco Polo, dictated by him, described Chinese politics, economy, and culture in detail, which greatly aroused the desire of westerner to go to China and had a great effect on the European navigation.About The Travels.
A sparkling new translation of the most famous travel book ever written Marco Polo’s voyages began in with a visit to China. Afterward, he served Kublai Khan on numerous diplomatic missions in the Far East.