The Travels of Marco Polo: The Illustrated Edition (Hardcover)

By Marco Polo, Morris Rossabi (Editor), Henry Yule (Translator)
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The newest volume in Sterling Signature's successful Illustrated Edition series takes readers on a fascinating journey into a world once unknown. Marco Polo almost single-handedly introduced fourteenth-century Europe to the civilizations of Central Asia and China. Now this stunningly illustrated volume, edited by renowned historian Morris Rossabi, offers the complete text of Polo's travelogue (in the respected Yule-Cordier translation), enhanced with more than 200 images--including illuminated manuscripts, paintings, photographs, and maps. Sidebars and dozens of informative footnotes combine to present Polo and his travels in a captivating new light.

About the Author


Ne a Venise en1254, Marco Polo a dix-sept ans quand son pere l'emmene faire un voyage qui le conduit au bout du monde connu: en Chine. La, il sert l'empereur Koubilai Khan pendant dix-sept ans et visite tout l'Extreme-Orient avant de rentrer chez lui avec beaucoup de choses a raconter. C'est pendant qu'il est en prison a Genes qu'il dicte le recit de ce qu'il a vu: Le Livre des Merveilles. Apres avoir couru mille dangers, Marco Polo est mort dans son lit, a Venise, a l'age de soixante-dix ans.

Morris Rossabi is Professor of History at the City University of New York and Adjunct Professor of East and Inner Asian History at Columbia University. Among his books are "Governing China's Multiethnic Frontiers "(2004), "Bounty from the Sheep "(2000), "Voyager from Xanadu "(1992), "Khubilai Khan: His Life and Times "(California, 1988), and "China among Equals "(California, 1983).

Product Details
ISBN: 9781402796302
ISBN-10: 1402796307
Publisher: Sterling
Publication Date: November 6th, 2012
Pages: 377
Language: English