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A Journey From Aleppo to Jerusalem, 1810  

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A Journey From Aleppo to Jerusalem, at Easter A.D. 1697. Also a Journal from Grand Cairo to Mount Sinai and back again. Translated from a Manuscript Written by the Perfecto of Egypt by Right Rev. Robert. Clayton

Maundrell, Henry


Printed for J. White and Co. & J. Nun



xi, [1], 280, [2]. With 15 plates including frontispiece, some folding. (8vo) 25x15 cm (10x6"), period marbled boards, paper spine label. Eighth Edition.

The author set out for Jerusalem from Aleppo in February 1699. He describes crossing Turkey, with a visit to Tripoli and much on Jerusalem. The plates include a view of Aleppo, temple floor plans and views, and other scenes along the way.

Lot Amendments

Fair amount of rubbing to boards extremities worn, loss to head and heel of spine, spine label print largely rubbed away; light foxing to interior affecting some plates; good or better.

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