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Six centuries ago, the Islamic world was the pinnacle of civilization. What was it really like? The answer is in the twelfth-century diaries of Ibn Battuta, a Moroccan traveler who spent thirty years journeying some 73,000 miles. Here, in this short-form book from acclaimed writer and bestselling author Jan Morris, in the little-known story of perhaps the greatest traveler of all time.
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|Publisher:||New Word City, Inc.|
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|File size:||3 MB|
About the Author
Jan Morris, a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, is an acclaimed historian and travel writer, best known for Pax Britannica, a history of the British Empire.