By Pierre Gilles,John Ball,Ronald G. Musto
Illustrated, with a brand new creation via Ronald G. Musto, a brand new bibliography, an index, a brand new thesaurus, and 5 new maps. in accordance with John Ball's 1729 translation from Latin. moment edition.
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A first-hand description of Constantinople (Istanbul) by way of this French humanist and diplomat c. 1550, throughout the age of Suleiyman the impressive. Gilles discusses the city's wealthy heritage and describes the hills, palaces, temples and church buildings, the markets, cisterns, columns, baths and different historical monuments of this nice capital.
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The Antiquities of Constantinople (Italica Historical Travel Guides) by Pierre Gilles,John Ball,Ronald G. Musto