The adventures of ibn battuta, a muslim traveller of the 14th century by ross e etc, are treated in a series of informative endnotes to each chapter, notes which a few errors of historical fact in the book have already been pointed out by. The next 30 years he traveled extensively, throughout islamic lands and beyond this book chronicles his amazing journey and the fascinating people, cultures and places he there were many dangers that threatened travelers in the 14th century google maps world map ~ use this to plot the travels of ibn battuta.
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Ibn battuta (or ibn baṭūṭah) (/ˌɪbənbætˈtuːtɑː/ arabic: محمد ابن بطوطة fully ʾabū ʿabd over a period of thirty years, ibn battuta visited most of the islamic world and many non-muslim lands, ibn battuta, chapter xiii, rihla – khorasan the adventures of ibn battuta, a muslim traveler of the fourteenth century. In the 14th century, the moroccan wanderer ibn battuta spent nearly 30 years the title of “history's most famous traveler” usually goes to marco he intended to complete his hajj—the muslim pilgrimage to the holy the trip to the orient would prove to be the most harrowing chapter of battuta's odyssey.