2 edition of Mirabilia descripta = found in the catalog.
Mirabilia descripta =
Jordanus Catalani, Bishop of Columbum
|Other titles||Wonders of the East.|
|Statement||by Friar Jordanus ; translated from the Latin original, as published at Paris in 1839, in the Recueil de voyages et de mémoires, of the Society of Geography, with the addition of a commentary by Henry Yule.|
|Series||Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ;, 1st ser., no. 31|
|Contributions||Yule, Henry, Sir, 1820-1889.|
|LC Classifications||G161 .H22 no. 31, DS6 .H22 no. 31|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||63024808|
Mirabilia Descripta: The Wonders of the East (Yule and Jordanus, ). The common English name jackfruit is the name used by physician and naturalist Garcia De Orta in his book Coloquios dos simple e drogas da India. The world’s largest fruit is called by a variety of names, viz., kathal, panasa, jaca, nangka, kanoon. Henry Yule translated the book in Jordanus Catalani's (f. –) Mirabilia descripta: the wonders of the East.  The common English name "jackfruit" was used by the physician and naturalist Garcia de Orta in his book Colóquios dos simples e drogas da India.
The title of his book, Mirabilia descripta —although it was added later and, most. probably, by another hand—has been i solated as proof for this argument. 17 Indeed, the. Book Reviews / Medieval Encounters 13 () Christine Gadrat, editor and translator, Une Image de l’Orient au XIV e siècle: Les “Mirabilia descripta” de Jordan Catala de Sévérac. Mémoires et documents de l’École des Chartes, no. Paris: École des Chartes, pp.; 5 maps. € 30 (cloth). Jordan Catala de Sévérac, the fourteenth-century Dominican friar and.
Mirabilia Descripta, the Wonders of the East, by Friar Jordanus: Of the Order of Preachers and Bishop of Columbum in India the Greater, (Circa ) by Henry Yule (Editor) avg rating — . and Nestorian Christians of his diocese. His little book, the Mirabilia Descripta, was published by E. Coquebert de Montbret in (Societe* de Gtographie, Recueil, tome iv, pp. ), and translated by Sir H. Yule for the Hakluyt Society in ; and now we have from the late M. Cordier this handsome new edition, comprising introduction.
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Friar Jordanus (ca. ) Mirabilia Descripta - The Wonders of the East. Henry Yule, Trans. London: Hakluyt Society, This is a marvelous book of fanciful traveler's tales by Friar Jordanus, a Dominican missionary who travelled in Iran and India in the time between the writings of Marco Polo and Ibn : Excerpt from Mirabilia Descripta: The Wonders of the East The advantage of an Association of this kind, consists not merely in its system of literary co - operation, but also in its economy.
The acquire ments, taste, and discrimination of a number of individuals, who feel an interest in the same pursuit, are thus brought to act in voluntary com Cited by: 1. Les Mirabilia descripta presentent de nombreuses analogies avec les recits d'autres voyageurs, mais ils s'en distinguent aussi sur plusieurs points, a commencer par le grand interet porte par Jordan aux animaux et aux plantes.
Mirabilia Descripta: The Wonders of the East, Issue 31 Half-title: Works issued by the Hakluyt society. XXXI Medieval travel writing Mirabilia Descripta: The Wonders of the East, Jordanus (Catalani, Bishop of Columbum) Issue 31 of Works issued by the Hakluyt Society: Authors: Jordanus (Catalani, Bishop of Columbum), Jourdain Mirabilia descripta = book.
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The publications of the Hakluyt Society (founded in ) made available edited (and sometimes translated) early accounts of exploration. The first series, which ran from toconsists of books containing published or previously unpublished works by authors from Christopher Columbus to Sir Francis Drake, and covering voyages to the New World, to China and Japan, to Russia and to Cited by: 1.
Mirabilia Descripta, The Wonders of the East, by Friar Jordanus book. Of the Order of Preachers and Bishop of Columbum in India the Greater, (circa ) Edited By Henry Yule. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 15 May.
Internet Archive BookReader Mirabilia descripta: the wonders of the East. The Wonders of the East (or The Marvels of the East) is an Old English prose text, probably written around AD It is accompanied by many illustrations and appears also in two other manuscripts, in both Latin and Old English.
It describes a variety of odd, magical and barbaric creatures that inhabit Eastern regions, such as Babylonia, Persia, Egypt, and India. Mirabilia Descripta by Catalani Jordanus,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. STATEMENTOPTHEACCOUNTSOFTHESOCIETYFOR THEYEAR, £s.d.
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Translated from the Latin Original, as published at Paris inin the Recueil de Voyages et de mémoires, of the Society of Geography, with the Addition of a. Digital Rare Book: Mirabilia Descripta - The Wonders of the East By Friar Jordanus (ca. ) Translated from Latin by Henry Yule Published by Hakluyt Society, London - This is a marvelous book of fanciful traveler's tales by Friar Jordanus, a Dominican missionary who travelled in Iran and Read More.
Facebook Post. Sir Henry Yule KCSI CB FRSGS (1 May – 30 December ) was a Scottish Orientalist and geographer. He published many travel books, including translations of the work of Marco Polo and Mirabilia by the 14th-century Dominican Friar was also the compiler of a dictionary of Anglo-Indian terms, the Hobson-Jobson, with Arthur Coke Burnell.
> Internet Archive (Book contributor & digitizing sponsor: Brandeis University Libraries) > Google Books (Original from Oxford University, digitized 19 September ) Bibliographic reference: BS ; Entry in Wiener China-Bibliographie; Mirabilia descripta.
Les merveilles de l’Asie Par — de Severac. Save on Mirabilia Descripta, The Wonders of the East, by Friar Jordanus by Henry Yule. Shop your textbooks from ZookalAU today. Translated from the Latin Original, as published at Paris inin the Recueil de Voyages et de mémoires, of the Society of Geography, with the Addition of a Commentary'.
His book " Mirabilia Descripta " is a rare work on plants, animals and the people of India and of other countries in Asia and this is an authoritative work on India dating years back. Albertini presented it as the new and updated " Mirabilia " " shorn of its fables and nonsense ", and included a substantial description of the reconstruction.
Genre/Form: Early works to Early works: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jordanus, Catalani, Bishop of Columbum, active Mirabilia descripta. Today’s hero of the story will be a fascinating literary genre – MIRABILIA. Scientific Miscellany, ca.
British Library, London These were the books of the wonders of the world, written like the accounts of travels to exotic countries, describing their uniqueness and the breathtaking adventures of the main character.
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