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The Embassador entertained by the Emperor in the best audience chamber.

Image ID: 1524366

The Embassador entertained by the Emperor in the best audience chamber. (1706)

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Image Title

:  The Embassador entertained by the Emperor in the best audience chamber.

Creator

: Ides, Evert Ysbrants -- Author

Item/Page/Plate

: Cap. 14.

Source

: Three years travels from Moscow over-land to China: thro' Great Ustiga, Siriania, Permia, Sibiria, Daour, Great Tartary, &c. to Peking. Containing an exact and particular description of the extent and limits of those countries, and the customs of the barbarous inhabitants; with reference to their religion, government, marriages, daily imployments, habits, habitations, diet, death, funerals, &c. Written by His Excellency E. Ysbrants Ides ... Illustrated with a large map of the countries, drawn by the ambassador upon his journey, and many curious cuts. To which is annex'd an accurate description of China, done originally by a Chinese author: with several remarks by way of commentary, alluding to what our European authors have writ of that country. Printed in Dutch ... and now faithfully done into English.

Source Description

: 7 p.l., 210 p. 29 pl. (8 fold.) fold. map. 25 cm.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / General Research Division

Catalog Call Number

: BEL (Ides, E. Y. Three years travels from Moscow)

Digital ID

: 1524366

Record ID

: 849057

Digital Item Published

: 6-15-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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