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Title Andrew of Perugia [electronic resource].

Published Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, [2007]

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 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE
Physical description 3 items.
Series Medieval travel writing
Notes Title from Traveller page (viewed on 6 Aug. 2008)
Electronic reproduction of items held at the Bibliothᥱue nationale de France and the British Library.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. Bibliothᥱue nationale de France. Ms. Lat. 5006 (14th cent.) -- 2. The Mission to Asia : narratives and letters of the Franciscan missionaries in Mongolia and China in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries / Christopher Dawson, ed. London : Sheed and Ward, 1955 -- 3. Historia mongolorum. In: Itinera et relationes Fratrum Minorum saeculi XIII et XIV. Florence, 1929 (Sinica Franciscana ; v. 1)
Summary Andrew of Perugia travelled to Cambaliech (Peking) and Zaitun (Ch赡n-chou), the great medieval port in Fukien province near Amoy, where he eventually became a bishop. His letter of 1326 is described in The Mission to Asia: narratives and letters of the Franciscan missionaries in Mongolia and China in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries (p. 235-237)
Original Version Bibliothᥱue national de France
British Library
Language notes Latin and English.
Other author Andreas, da Perugia, d. 1332?
Bibliothᥱue nationale de France.
British Library.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
Subject Andreas, da Perugia, d. 1332? -- Travel -- China.
Catholic Church -- China -- Early works to 1800.
Clergy -- Travel -- China.
Mongols -- Early works to 1800.
Travelers' writings.
Manuscripts, Medieval -- Facsimiles.
Quanzhou Shi (China) -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800.
China -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800.