Comment l'acteur dit en son prologue son intention en divisant son livre contentant le voyage de Hierusalem par mer & par terre, & exhortant les princes crestiens à faire la conqueste de la terre de promission, laquelle est le propre heritage des crestiens, en tant que Iesucrist est leur père.

Title: 
Comment l'acteur dit en son prologue son intention en divisant son livre contentant le voyage de Hierusalem par mer & par terre, & exhortant les princes crestiens à faire la conqueste de la terre de promission, laquelle est le propre heritage des crestiens, en tant que Iesucrist est leur père.

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Author/Artist: 
Mandeville, John, Sir.
Publisher: 
[place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], [1508?]
Description: 
98+ pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Format of Material: 
Books
Microform
Bib ID: 
97102
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Rare Books
Call Number: 
G370.M27.M27f
Location: 
Microforms
Call Number: 
F-1286
Variant Title: 
Voyage de Hierusalem par mer & par terre
Binder's spine title: Voyage de Hierusalem
Notes: 
Title from incipit.
French gothic type; 41 lines. Ornamental initials.
Possibly an imperfect copy of the 1508 French edition published by Claude Nourry, Lyon.
CMGL copy imperfect: lacking title page and pages 67-72, 93-94, 99-. Page 98 ends with a woodcut of a giraffe.
Description of a voyage that departed from England in 1322.
Woodcut of a man standing "next to the stream where glass objects are made": p. 12.
Middle French.
Sent to photography January 2012 (photography no. 1000060699); p. [12] only.
Scan of p. 12 Displayed in the exhibition titled "The Science of Glassmaking : 8 Centuries of a Magical Art", held at the Rakow Research Library, June 27, 2008-January 4, 2009.
Displayed in the exhibition titled "Selections from the Rakow Research Library", held at the Rakow Research Library March 19-May 17, 2015.
Object/Material Note: 
Woodcut published in Viagens de Mandeville: 130294, p. 303 (fig. 1) G370.M27 .M27p.