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Early Travels in Palestine
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Arranged in chronological order, Thomas Wright has collected and put forth into one exciting volume nine travelogues from nine adventurous explorers. Dating from the seventh century to the late seventeenth century, these voyagers provide valuable and varying observations of the land and people of the Holy Land, providing fascinating perspectives from their diverse eras.

Travelogues Include:

  • The Travels of Bishop Arculf, in the Holy Land, towards AD 700
  • The Travels of Willibald, AD 721–727
  • The Voyage of Bernard the Wise, AD 867
  • The Travels of Seawulf, AD 1102–1103
  • The Saga of Siguard the Crusader, AD 1107–1111
  • The Travels of Rabbi Benjamin, of Tudela, AD 1160–1173
  • The Book of Sir John Maundeville, AD 1322–1356
  • The Travels of Bertrandon de la Brocquiere, AD 1432–1433
  • The Journey of Henry Maundrell, from Alepo to Jerusalem, AD 1697

Key Features

  • Full of Scriptural landmarks
  • Nine travelogues from nine adventurous explorers
  • All Scripture references are linked directly to the Bibles in your Logos Library

Product Details

  • Title: Early Travels in Palestine
  • Author: Thomas Wright
  • Publisher: Henry G. Bohn
  • Publication Date: 1848
  • Pages: 517

About Thomas Wright

Thomas Wright (1810–1877) was born in Shropshire and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. A prolific editor, writer, and antiquarian, he participated in the founding of the British Archeological Association, the Percy Society, and Camden Society.

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