The Travels of Ibn Jubayr; Being the chronicle of a mediaeval Spanish Moor concerning his journey to the Egypt of Saladin, the holy cities of Arabia, Baghdad the City of the Caliphs, the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, and the Norman Kingdom of Sicily. Translated from the original Arabic by R.J.C. Broadhurst With an Introduction and Notes. translation Ibn Jubayr. R. J. C. Broadhurst.

The Travels of Ibn Jubayr; Being the chronicle of a mediaeval Spanish Moor concerning his journey to the Egypt of Saladin, the holy cities of Arabia, Baghdad the City of the Caliphs, the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, and the Norman Kingdom of Sicily. Translated from the original Arabic by R.J.C. Broadhurst With an Introduction and Notes

London: Jonathan Cape, 1952. Hardcover. Features two large fold-out maps of the journeys (Western & Eastern; both maps are viewer-friendly and in colors): 430p., first British edition of this translation in 9.2x6 inch waxed tan buckram boards gilt and enclosed in the plain printed (but rubricated) dust jacket. Dj is slightly edgeworn with mildly toned spine panel, find a generic address fiche adhered to front pastedown, the two wonderful maps are very slightly mis-folded (no tears other damage), a darn attractive copy: quite sound, clean and unmarked.

Cat.No: 265577

Price: $45.00