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[PROMÉ, JEAN (EDIT.)]:
[LEVANT, BALTIC STATES, RUSSIA, ETC.] Les voyages de Monsieur Des Hayes, baron de Courmesvin, en Dannemarc. Enrichis d'annotations. BOUND WITH: Les voyages de M. Quiclet a Constantinople par terre. Enrichis d'annotations. Paris, Pierre Bienfait, 1664.
. 12mo. Pp. (viii), 284, (4); (viii), 246. Contemporary calf, spine with four raised bands, decorated in gilt, rubbed, sprinkled edges. Old ownership signature on title. First edition. The first work is written as a diary dealing with Louis Des Hayes' stay in Denmark and his preparations for a diplomatic mission to Moscow regarding a commercial treaty for the Baltic Sea trade. Includes descriptions of various parts of Denmark, Schleswig-Holstein and the Baltic countries. The second work recounts the journey of Quiclet to the Levant in 1658. He visited the cities of Ragusa, Sarajevo, Belgrad and Andrianople (Edirne). At end a description of Constantinople. It was published posthumously by Jean Promé. Blackmer 1360. Weber 317 (Quiclet).
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Keywords: Levant, levant, europe, constantinople, turkey, turkish, turque, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, oriental, travel, exploration, russia, russe, commerce, trade, bosnia, dubrovnik, dalmatia, serbia, denmark, scandinavia,

 AVRIL, PHILIPPE:, Voyage en divers etats d'Europe et d'Asie, entrepris pour découvrir un nouveau chemin à la Chine. Contenant plusiers remarques curieuses de physique, de geographie, d'hydrographie & d'histoire. Avec une description de la grande Tartarie, & les differens peuples qui l'habitent. Paris, Claude Barbin, Jean Boudot, George & Louis Josse, 1692.
AVRIL, PHILIPPE:
Voyage en divers etats d'Europe et d'Asie, entrepris pour découvrir un nouveau chemin à la Chine. Contenant plusiers remarques curieuses de physique, de geographie, d'hydrographie & d'histoire. Avec une description de la grande Tartarie, & les differens peuples qui l'habitent. Paris, Claude Barbin, Jean Boudot, George & Louis Josse, 1692.
. 4to. Pp. (xx), 406, (ii), (24) table. With engraved portrait of Gen. Stanislas Jablonowski, one folding engraved map, three engraved plates and five large engraved vignettes. Contemporary calf, covers ruled in gilt, flat spine with elaborate gilt decoration and red title label, r.e. Bookplate on front paste down. First edition of Avril's narrative of his two journeys through Central Asia aiming to discover new overland routes to China. Philippe Avril, Jesuit professor of philosophy and mathematics at Paris, was summoned by Father Ferdinand Verbiest in Peking to join the mission there. For eight years, from 1682 to 1690, Avril travelled overland as far as North and Northwest China but ultimately failing to reach Peking. This narrative covers both journeys; the first by caravan through Syria, Kurdistan, Armenia, Persia and across the Caspian to Astrakan where he had to turn back, and the second about his attempt to cross Siberia from Moscow to China, with his return to the West through Constantinople, Moldavia, Poland and Lithuania. Avril's narrative is based on earlier Jeusit reports but also on new information given to him by caravan travellers and rulers he met en route, in particular the king of Syria. Cordier BS 2088. Cf Walravens (1987) 55.
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Keywords: Levant, china, chine, kina, chinese, syria, persia, turkey, levant, ottoman, travel, exploration, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, central asia, kurdistan, siberia, russia, russian,

 
BERGGREN, JACOB:
Resor i Europa och österländerne. Three volumes. Stockholm, S. Rumstedt, 1826-28.
. Comprises: Pp. (xxii), 375, (1); 558, (2), (ii), 70; 140, one blank leaf (with price information on the verso), 112 + (1) with 5 folding tables. Three engraved titles with vignettes, two folding maps and one engraved plan. Contemporary half calf on marbled boards, flat spines ruled in gilt, with title labels, red sprinkled edges, lightly rubbed. Spine ends with some wear, volume two head with small loss. Some very light staining to volume two but overall a very handsome and fresh copy. First edition of an important travel account of the Levant by Jacob Berggren (1790-1868), chaplain to the Swedish embassy in Constantinople. Contains an accurate account of Constantinople at this time and a narrative of Berggren's travels in the area between 1820-22. He visited Syria, Lebanon, the Holy Land and Jordania. One appendix (70 pp.) deals with plants collected by Berggren and described by the Swedish botanist Göran Wahlenberg. The other appendix (text in French) contains a guide to certain places of cultural interest in Syria and Palestine. Krok p. 72. Röhricht 1689.
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CARDONNE, DENIS DOMINIQUE:
Mêlanges de littérature orientale, traduits de différens manuscrits turcs, arabes & persans de la Bibliotheque du Roi. Two volumes in one. Paris, chez Hérissant le Fils, 1770.
. 12mo. Pp. (xii), 314, (10); (iv), 293, (6). Old inscription on half-title to volume one. Volume one's title with small repairs without any loss of text, lower portion of margin to volume two's half-title cut out but no loss. Contemporary half calf, spine richly gilt, rubbed. First edition comprising an assortment of oriental manuscripts kept at the Royal Library in Paris. Cardonne, a French orientalist and translator resided in Constantinople for about twenty years. Cioranescu 15566.
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 [KRUSINSKI, JUDAS THADDEUS] / CLODIUS, JOHANN CHRISTIAN:,  ... Hoc est: Chronicon peregrinantis seu historia ultimi belli Persarum cum Aghwanis gesti, a tempore primae eorum in regnum Persicum irruptionis ejusque occupationis, usque ad Eschrefum Aghwanum, Persiae regem continuata, ex codice turcicio, ... cum tabula imperatorum familiae othmanicae, ex codice manuscripto turcico, in fine adjecta. Studio et opera Chr.,Clodii. Lpz, apud Jo. Frid. Gleditschii B. Filium, 1731.
[KRUSINSKI, JUDAS THADDEUS] / CLODIUS, JOHANN CHRISTIAN:
... Hoc est: Chronicon peregrinantis seu historia ultimi belli Persarum cum Aghwanis gesti, a tempore primae eorum in regnum Persicum irruptionis ejusque occupationis, usque ad Eschrefum Aghwanum, Persiae regem continuata, ex codice turcicio, ... cum tabula imperatorum familiae othmanicae, ex codice manuscripto turcico, in fine adjecta. Studio et opera Chr.,Clodii. Lpz, apud Jo. Frid. Gleditschii B. Filium, 1731.
. Small 4to. Pp. (xx), 108, (12). Contemporary calf, expertly rebacked, spine with six raised bands and title label, red edges. Occasionally some browning. This work about the war in Afghanistan and its reoccupation by the Persians under Nadir Shah was originally published in Turkish at Constantinople in 1729, made from a Latin work by Krusinski and edited by Ibrahim Efendi. This edition is a Latin translation made by Clodius from the Turkish version! Judas Krusinski was a Polish Jesuit who lived and served in Persia for many years. In 1720 he was nominated advocate general of the mission in Persia and he became the secretary to the Bishop of Ispahan. Bibliotheque de Baron Silvestre de Sacy, iii, 5310. Ebert, Allg. Bibl. Lexicon, no. 4844.
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 ENEMAN, MICHAEL:, Resa i Orienten 1711-1712. Two parts in one volume. Upsala, W. Schultz, 1889.
ENEMAN, MICHAEL:
Resa i Orienten 1711-1712. Two parts in one volume. Upsala, W. Schultz, 1889.
. Pp. (xii), xxii, 246; (ii), 294, (1). Publisher's blue cloth with gilt lettering, a small restored notch at upper edge on front cover, minor scratch on the back cover. Bookplate (Dr. H.J. Lundgren). Inscription on rear pastedown. First edition of a scarce work. Eneman (1676-1714) was a Swedish orientalist who served as chaplain in King Karl XII's army. He accompanied the king to Poltava and Bender in 1709 and was later sent to Constantinople as legation preacher. For a few years he travelled extensively in the Near and Middle East. He visited Egypt, Arabia, Palestine and Syria, studying mainly the ecclesiastical and political conditions in those countries. Eneman wrote journals and letters now stored at Upsala University Library and the National Archives. Almost 200 years later Uno Nylander published this work based on the manuscripts, for the International Congress of Orientalists in Stockholm 1889. Callmer, In Orientem pp. 23-31.
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 PASPATES ALEXANDROS GEORGIOUS:, [ROMANY LANGUAGE]  Études sur les Tchinghianés ou Bohémiens de l'empire Ottoman. Constantinople, Antoine Koroméla, 1870.
PASPATES ALEXANDROS GEORGIOUS:
[ROMANY LANGUAGE] Études sur les Tchinghianés ou Bohémiens de l'empire Ottoman. Constantinople, Antoine Koroméla, 1870.
. Large 8vo. Pp. xii, 652. Contemporary half cloth, rubbed, spine restored. First edition of an important work on the gypsies by a Greek medical doctor. The main part of the work is devoted to the Romany language including grammar, dictionary and wordlists. Zaunmüller p. 408: "Enthält gutes Wörterbuch über den sehr reinen Dialekt der türkischen Zigeuner". Black, Gypsy Bibl. (1914) 3084.
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GREY, THERESA GEORGINA:
Dagbok under en resa till Egypten, Konstantinopel, Krim och Grekland, i prinsens och prinsessans af Wales suite. Stockholm 1870.
. Pp. (ii), vi, (2), 162. Contemporary half calf, spine (faded), decorated in gilt with title label. A Swedish edition translated from the English (London 1869). The author, Swedish born von Stedingk, accompanied the princess of Wales as her lady-in-waiting on a journey to to the Near East in 1869. They visit Alexandria, Cairo) Constantinople, Athens, Corfu and the Crimea. CfIbrahim-Hilmy I, p. 277.
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VON HELLWALD, FRIEDRICH ANTON HELLER & BECK, L.C. (ED.):
Turkiet i våra dagar. Bilder och skildringar från alla delar af det osmanska riket. Two volumes. Stockholm, Central tryckeriet, 1878.
. Pp. (viii), 440; (iv), 441-952. With 2 folding coloured maps of the Ottoman Empire and numerous illustrations in the text. Publisher's pictorial red cloth richly decorated in gilt, upper part of hinge to voume two split. Translated from the German into Swedish by P.W. Thunman and O. W Ålund. Deals with the Ottoman Empire including Rumania, Serbia, Montenegro, European Turkey, Asiatic Turkey and Arabia. A lovely, mint copy.
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Keywords: Levant, turkey, turkish, turkiet, levant, ottoman, osmanska, rumania, montenegro, arabia, travel, exploration, asia, asie, asiatic, asien, europe, european,

 HOBHOUSE, SIR JOHN CAMERON:,  A Journey through Albania and Other Provinces of Turkey in Europe and Asia, to Constantinople, during the years 1809 and 1810. London, Printed for James Cawthorn, 1813.
HOBHOUSE, SIR JOHN CAMERON:
A Journey through Albania and Other Provinces of Turkey in Europe and Asia, to Constantinople, during the years 1809 and 1810. London, Printed for James Cawthorn, 1813.
. Thick 4to. Pp. (xix), (1) errata, 1152 + pp. (8) including two pages of facsimile letters, two engraved plates of music, directions to the binder and publisher's adv. With engraved front, two folding engraved maps, seventeen hand-coloured aquatints (seven double-page) and one plan. Partly with some minor foxing, some plates with discolouration and one plate with small tear. Contemporary full calf, expertly rebacked to style with a flat spine elaborated with gilt and red title label. A handsome copy of the first edition with a remarkable provenance. John Cam Hobhouse (1786-1869) known as Lord Broughton was a close friend of Lord Byron with whom he made this journey to Albania, Greece and Turkey, in particular to Janina (Ioannina). These letters include detailed descriptions of the places en route, as well as meetings with various characters, including the notorious Ali Pasha of Tepelena. The beautiful hand-coloured plates depict costumes, highlighted in gold, views and historical sites. According to Atabey, the plates were done from drawings by the British architect Charles Cockerell and the German landscape painter Jacob Linckh. They participated in an expedition in 1810 to the temples of Aphaia in Aegina and of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae. Atabey 584. Blackmer 821. Navari Greek Civilization, 330. Cf Abbey Travel 202 (2nd ed.) Provenance: Mary Hamilton Bruce (née Nisbet, 1777-1855), was the first wife of British diplomat Thomas Bruce 7th Earl of Elgin during his term as Ambassador extraordinary to the Ottoman Empire. Bruce became famous for the "Elgin marbles", a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures which were removed from the Parthenon and other places in Athens, and brought to Britain. (today kept at the British Museum).
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Keywords: Levant, albania, greece, turkey, greek, turhish, turc, levant, ottoman empire, travel, exploration

 KÅHRE (KAHRE), TRULS]. SWEBILIUS, OLOF:, [ Lijk-predikan wijdh ehreborne / wälwijse och wijdtförfarne / nu hoos gudh salige hr. Truls Kohres / fordom förnähm och wälförtiente rådh-mans uthi kongl. residentz och hufwudstaden Stockholm hederliga jordafärd / hållem utji stoore kyrckian / den 18 aug. anno 1672 för tå näewarande förnähmliga försambling. Stockholm, N. Wankijff, (1672).
KÅHRE (KAHRE), TRULS]. SWEBILIUS, OLOF:
[ Lijk-predikan wijdh ehreborne / wälwijse och wijdtförfarne / nu hoos gudh salige hr. Truls Kohres / fordom förnähm och wälförtiente rådh-mans uthi kongl. residentz och hufwudstaden Stockholm hederliga jordafärd / hållem utji stoore kyrckian / den 18 aug. anno 1672 för tå näewarande förnähmliga försambling. Stockholm, N. Wankijff, (1672).
. 4to. Pp. 17-94 (missing pp. 1-16 of the sermon). Text within printed woodcut border. Disbound. Partly with some light small marginal stain and a few leaves with some browning. A Funerary Oration for Truls Kåhre (1600-72) including a 17 pages "Vita defuncti" about his life and his adventurous journey to the Middle East and the Holy Land. Truls Kåhre, a young musician, started his long journey in 1641. He travelled via Holland to Portugal and from there to Tangier, Spain, Genua, Sardinia, and Sicily before he arrived at Aleppo. He visited Aria, Libanon and Babylon, and in 1643 he reached Jeursalem. He joined a caravan of 600 camels which took him through the deserts of Arabia to Egypt. He continued via Rhodes and Troja to Constantinople and Smirna. He arrived back at Stockholm in December 1645 where he was appointed alderman. This work also includes a poem "Hela wärldens pilgrims-färd" on pp. 85-94 by Johan Elasson or Lasse Lucidor, the famous Swedish baroque poet know for his burlesque poetry. See Olof G. Sundberg "Truls Kåhres resa", Stockholm 1948. Arne, Svenskarna och österlandet, Sthlm 1951, p. 152.
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[OXENSTIERNA, BENGT BENGTSSON] / LAURELIUS, OLAUS:
Lijkpredikan öfwer, then ädle och högwälborne herre, herr Bengt Oxenstierna ... Så och en kort relation, om then salige herrens stora förfarenheet, och widt kring om werlden giorda reesor. [Stockholm], Henrich Keyser, 1644.
. 4to. Lvs 27, without the last blank leaf. Paper wrappers, first and last leaves with remains of old wrappers at inner margin. Partly with some staining. With inscription on title "Ab anni 1714 die Ve Decembie Joh. Emundi Wettrenius". Rare first edition of the first Swedish printed work dealing with foreign travel. It is a Funerary Oration for Bengt Bengtsson Oxenstierna, also known as Resare-Bengt (Bengt the Traveller). Includes an appendix, with separate title, about his life and a description of his two journeys to the East based on his own diary notes. Bengt Oxenstierna, born into a Swedish noble family, educated in Germany and later served at the Italian court. He travelled extensively throughout Europe and made two journeys to the Orient. The first tour, which started in 1613, took him to the Holy Land and during his second journey between 1616-1620 he travelled extensively in the Levant. He stayed in Constantinople for some time and later continued to Syria, Bagdhad, Babylon, and Isfahan where he resided for about two years. He travelled throughout Persia as far as the border of India. On his return journey he went by foot through the Arabian desert to Egypt and continued by ship back to Europe. Oxenstierna's manuscript of the second journey has been lost, and the only extant facts about the travels are to be found in the present work. Hierta 1135: Òr.r.r.Ó. Warmholtz 7408. Hedin, Resare-Bengt, Sthlm 1921.
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LEAKE, WILLIAM MARTIN:
Journal of a Tour in Asia Minor with Comparative Remarks on the Ancient and Modern Geography of that Country. London, J. Murray, 1824.
. Pp. xxx, 362. With one engraved plate, two engraved plans of the Troad and one large folding linen-backed map (foxed). Contemporary full calf, gilt decorated spine with five raised bands and green title label, m.e., rubbed. First scarce edition of the first systematic description of Asia Minor. William Martin Leake (1777-1860) was a British topographer and diplomat. He was sent to Constantinople in 1799 and served with the Ottoman army in Egypt. He kept an accurate journal of his travels through the central parts of Asia Minor (Anatolia or Asian Turkey). Leake travelled via Konia to Cyprus, and through Adalia (Antayla) and Shughut. He visited Telmessus in Lycia, Assus in Mysia and many other ancient places along the route. The map is very interesting as it traces earlier traveller's routes. Atabey 690. Blackmer 972. Navari, Greek civilzation, 388.
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 LUCAS, PAUL:, Voyage du sieur Paul Lucas, fait en M.DCCXIV, &c. Par ordre de Louis XIV, dans la Turquie, l'Asie, la Sourie, la Palestine, la Haute et la Basse Egypte, ... Three volumes. Rouen, Robert Machuel le jeune, 1719.
LUCAS, PAUL:
Voyage du sieur Paul Lucas, fait en M.DCCXIV, &c. Par ordre de Louis XIV, dans la Turquie, l'Asie, la Sourie, la Palestine, la Haute et la Basse Egypte, ... Three volumes. Rouen, Robert Machuel le jeune, 1719.
. Pp. (xxiv), 384, (8), (ii), 384, (6); (ii), 345, (9). With two folding engraved maps and 32 engraved plates, of which many folding. Contemporary full calf, spines richly gilt and with title lables, rubbed, spine ends chipped. Bookplate (Comte de Perrone) pasted to front paste down. A few small burn holes in the first and third volumes but overall clean and crisp. Second edition (first Paris 1719). Paul Lucas was a French merchant, naturalist and antiquary who made three journeys to the Levant. He brought back a vast collection of antiquities such as medals and manuscripts to king Louis XV's cabinet. This is the account of the third voyage made between 1714 and 1717. He visited Constantinople, Syria, the Holy Land and Egypt. The beautiful plates depict the Galata tower, the city of Tyre, the ancient theatre of Sagalassar, Damascus, the Mikias at Cairo, the Great Pyramids, flora and fauna, antiquities, etc. "Many commentators have criticised Lucas for the often fabulous nature of his accounts, but his writings convey a vivd sense of the nature of the East, laced with considerable classical erudition" (Blackmer) Atabey 733. Cf Blackmer 1038. Ibrahim-Hilmy I,394. Gay 2122. Röhrich 1245. Tobler 122.
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 MARTIN, FREDRIK ROBERT:, Vägledning genom F.R. Martins samlingar från Orienten utställda på Allmänna konst- och industriutställningen i Stockholm 1897. Stockholm, P.A. Norstedt & Söner, 1897.
MARTIN, FREDRIK ROBERT:
Vägledning genom F.R. Martins samlingar från Orienten utställda på Allmänna konst- och industriutställningen i Stockholm 1897. Stockholm, P.A. Norstedt & Söner, 1897.
. 16mo. Pp. 28. Original printed wrappers, front wrappers lower corner and title with small loss and spine ends slightly chipped. An exhibition catalogue containing art objects from Persia, Turkey and Egypt which belonged to Fredrik Martin, a noted Swedish expert on Oriental art. Martin travelled for several years in Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia in the 1890s and gathered an extensive collection of oriental art. Part of the collection was presented at the grand art-industrial exhibition (Allmäna konst- och industriutställningen) in Stockholm 1897.
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