4 edition of Marco Polo"s travels in Xanadu with Kublai Khan found in the catalog.
Marco Polo"s travels in Xanadu with Kublai Khan
R. P. Lister
|Statement||R. P. Lister.|
|LC Classifications||G370.P9 L57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||77374439|
This magnificent painting illustrates the opening of Marco Polo’s Travels, and shows Marco, his father and his uncle on the brink of their departure from Venice in , bound for Kublai Khan’s Xanadu. In the bottom left exotic creatures evoke the marvellous lands for which they are headed. The painting not only celebrates the Polos’ [ ]. British historian Man (Samurai: A History, , etc.) chronicles his journey to Asia where Marco Polo first led the Western book was first published in the U.K. in as Xanadu.. Interest in Polo’s 13th-century travel account seemingly never wanes, as more knowledge is gained about the Mongol Empire in : John Man.
Polo, Marco Marco Polo's travels to Asia (–95), immortalized in his Travels of Marco Polo. Marco, his father, and his uncle set out from Venice in and reached China in The Polos spent a total of 17 years in China. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. The family appears to have been shrewd, alert, and courageous; about they foresaw a political change in Constantinople (e.g., the overthrow of the . In reality Marco Polo had to rely on his wits and instincts to survive for two and half decades at the court of Kublai Khan (). It’s reasonable to assume if he engaged the interest and worked for a man of Kublai Khan’s status and intellect, being trusted with a golden passport to his Kingdom, that he must have had a great deal to.
Marco Polo: From Venice to Xanadu. We don't currently have a copy of this item. Click the button below to open another tab and view available offers from If you choose to buy from Amazon through this link, BrightLight Books earns a small portion of your purchase price at no additional cost to you. Thanks for your support! This article will shed new light on the already crowded area of Marco Polo research, by examining the perspective of Polo, his direct observation of Kublai Khan and Yuan China, as revealed in The Travels of Marco Polo. The paper analyses the sources of Polo’s perspective on the people he encountered on his travels in foreign : Na Chang.
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Marco Polo's Travels in Xanadu With Kublai Khan (Good Read) [Lister, R. P.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Marco Polo's Travels in Xanadu With Kublai Khan (Good Read). He revealed the wonders of Xanadu, where the emperor Kublai Khan spent his summers.
His book shaped the West’s understanding of China for hundreds of years, inspiring Christopher Columbus, who was aiming for Kublai's China when he stumbled on America.
John Man traveled in Marco Polo's footsteps to Xanadu, in search of the truth behind his stories; to separate legend from fact/5(61). Marco Polo - The Travels of Marco Polo, Life & Kublai Khan - Biography. Venetian merchant and adventurer Marco Polo traveled from Europe to Asia from to He wrote 'Il Milione,' known in.
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Lister, R. Publisher. Macmillan Pub Co. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. The Travels by Marco Polo are without question one of the most important texts of our culture. The text reveals not only how little the 13th century man knew about the world outside his own domain but also how he perceived the world around him/5.
Described by Marco Polo. The Venetian explorer Marco Polo ( CE) travelled across Asia and served at Kublai Khan’s court between c. and CE. On his return to Europe, Marco wrote of his experiences in his book The Travels of Marco Polo or Travels (Description of the World), first circulated c.
In Book 1, chapter 57 of this extraordinary work, Marco describes. The road to Xanadu in the Travels of Marco Polo Article (PDF Available) in Philica () August with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Amelia Carolina Sparavigna.
On their second journey to China inNiccolò brought his son, Marco Polo. Marco spent 17 years in the court of Kublai Khan, gaining favor with the Khan and eventually becoming one of his. It’s about Marco Polo and Kublai Khan, two dudes who lived over years ago. The former is famous for his travelling exploits, which are told in his legendary book The Travels of Marco Polo.
The latter followed in the footsteps of Genghis Khan during an era when the Mongols swept across the world to build an astonishing empire. - Buy Marco Polo's Travels in Xanadu with Kublai Khan (Good Read) book online at best prices in India on Read Marco Polo's Travels in Xanadu with Kublai Khan (Good Read) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : R.P.
Lister. The Silk Road refers to a combination of routes that link China to Central Asia. Polo spent four years marching along the silk road to the capital of Beijing. 3 and half years after leaving Venice, the trio finally arrived to the original capital of Kublai Khan at Shangdou — his summer residence.
His winter residence was Beijing. Marco has written a book The Travels of Marco Polo detailing. Marco Polo: From Venice to Xanadu. by Laurence Bergreen trying to convince a sceptical Venetian public that Kublai Khan took his dinner with.
It was summer when the young Venetian Marco Polo arrived in northeastern China after his long eastward trek, so it was here in Shangdu that he found the imperial court, and the Great Khan himself. As the first European to travel extensively throughout Asia, Marco Polo was the earliest bridge between East and West.
His famous journeys took him across the boundaries of the known world, along the dangerous Silk Road, and into the court of Kublai Kahn, where he won the trust of the most feared and reviled leader of his day.5/5(5). About Marco Polo As the first European to travel extensively throughout Asia, Marco Polo was the earliest bridge between East and West.
His famous journeys took him across the boundaries of the known world, along the dangerous Silk Road, and into the court of Kublai Kahn, where he won the trust of the most feared and reviled leader of his day.
Reconstructing Marco Polo’s Journey East At the site of Xanadu (Shangdu), summer capital of the Mongol emperor Kublai Khan, in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China.
Christopher Columbus purportedly sailed to the New World with a copy of Marco Polo’s “Travels” in tow. Thinking he would reach Asia and having. Marco Polo carries his popular book Il Milione, The Polos take leave of Kublai Khan in a 15th-century miniature.
the book is often known as the Travels of Marco Polo. 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."In Xanadu did Kubla Khan, a stately pleasure-dome decree "Thus begins one of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s three great poems, the unfinished “Kubla Khan”.
The Life and Adventures of Marco Polo | Author: Dhwty.A poetic voyage from Ottery St Mary in Devon back in time to Kublai Khan's Palace at Xanadu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in China, with Samuel T Coleridge.