||Description: An account of travels in India, Persia and Arabia by a young Venetian nobleman named Ambrosio Bembo, accompanied by forty-seven pen and ink drawings by Guillaume-Joseph Grelot, a French artist who had travelled with Sir John Chardin. The volume, which includes descriptions of the region at the time and historical sites, also includes a privately printed account of Bembo, and a manuscript English translation.
|General note||AMDigital Reference: 1676 fBe.|
|Original version||Reproduction of: Viaggio e giornale per parte dell' Asia di quattro anni incirca fatto c.1676.|
|Location of original||James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota|
|Copyright note||James Ford Bell Library, University of Minnesota|
|Language||Text in Italian, English.|
|Source of description||Description based on online resource (viewed on May 28, 2018).|