The Travels of Ibn Battuta By H. A. R. Gibb
Author: H. A. R. Gibb
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2000
About This Book:
H. A. R. Gibb's "The Travels of Ibn Battuta" takes you on an extraordinary journey across middle age scenes and societies. This immortal example submerges perusers in the adventures of Ibn Battuta, perhaps of history's most prominent explorers whose endeavors crossed the Islamic world, Africa, Asia, and then some. Gibb's cautious grant rejuvenates this fourteenth-century voyager's incredible excursions, giving an energetic story that rises above time and welcomes perusers to visit the world through the eyes of an eminent globe-trotter.
Early Life and Departure
Jump into Ibn Battuta's initial life and the occasions that drove him to go out traveling that would endure almost thirty years. H. A. R. Gibb draws an intensive depiction of the youthful swashbuckler and the way of life he abandoned, laying the preparation for the remarkable odyssey that follows.
The Muslim World
Ibn Battuta excursions to the focal point of the Islamic world, seeing Mecca, Medina, and Damascus. Gibb's story distinctively portrays the social variety, philosophical variety, and political scenes of numerous Islamic countries, furnishing perusers with a profound point of view of the middle-aged Muslim world.
Join Ibn Battuta as he traversed Africa, experiencing exceptional societies, scenes, and developments. Gibb's fastidious records give knowledge into the pilgrim's preliminaries and accomplishments as he explores the African mainland, making a never-ending stamp on the verifiable texture.
Beyond the Far East
Witness Ibn Battuta's unimaginable excursion to the Far East, as he visits India, China, and Southeast Asia. Gibb masterfully narratives the contacts, exchanging courses, and social trades that mark this leg of the excursion, giving perusers an all-encompassing look at middle-age developments' interconnectivity.