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...A doctoral thesis submitted to the University of London for the degree of Doctor of Science. An analysis of the geology of Armenia, comprising findings of previous observers' research and the author's own research, the fieldwork being...
...This early work on Turkish literature was the result of the collaboration between Donado, then the Venetian ambassador to Constantinople, and his interpreter Antonio Benetti. It contains a number of translations of Turkish poetry...
...A travel journal comprising reprints of letters by A. L. Castellan describing his journey to the Ottoman territories in 1796-99. Castellan joined a French auxiliary mission to Istanbul as a painter. His first volume (first published...
...English translation of "Bismillah!: Vom Huang-ho zum Indus" (Leipzig: F.U. Brockhaus, 1938). Wilhelm Filchner, scientist and explorer, at the age of 21 participated in his first expedition (1900), which led him to Russia. In 1903–05 made...
...Michael John Nicoll, ornithologist, resided in Egypt for many years, devoting himself to the study of its avifauna. The volume consists of a complete and annotated list of the birds of Egypt, illustrated by 31 figures (8 of them...
...De Bosset, a Swiss serving in the British Army, was sent to Parga in 1816 previous to the cession of the area to Ali Pasha. The preface includes an account of his dispute with Sir Thomas Maitland, the Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian...
...James Baker visited the Ottoman Balkans two times in the 1870s with the aim of purchasing a farm, and spent three years there. His account is not limited to meetings with state officials. He mostly traversed the region on horseback...