Blunt, Wilfred: THE GOLDEN ROAD TO SAMARKAND. London, 1973. 280 pp. 32 colour plates, maps, bibliography, notes, index. 26x21 cm. Cloth, dustjacket.
The journeys of men who have ventured across central Asia, from Alexander the Great to Sir Aurel Stein, including Marco Polo, Jenghiz Khan, Tamerlane and an adventurous 19th century missionary, kicked out of a Swiss monastery for biting monks' toes.
Subjects: Central Asia
Available, as of: 13/03/2021
Was item 75 in printed List 200.
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