|Author:||Lobo, Jerónimo, 1596?-1678.|
|Title:||A short relation of the river Nile of its sourse and current, of its overflowing the Campagnia of Ægypt, till it runs into the Mediterranean, and of other curiosities / written by an eye-witnesse, who lived many years in the chief kingdoms of the Abyssine empire.|
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A short relation of the river Nile of its sourse and current, of its overflowing the Campagnia of Ægypt, till it runs into the Mediterranean, and of other curiosities / written by an eye-witnesse, who lived many years in the chief kingdoms of the Abyssine empire.
Lobo, Jerónimo, 1596?-1678., Wyche, Peter, 1628-1699?
London: Printed for John Martyn ..., 1669.
|Alternate titles:||Itinerario. English. Selections|
Translation by Sir Peter Wyche of: Itinerario / J. Lobo.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Date palm -- Early works to 1800.
Animals, Mythical -- Early works to 1800.
Prester John (Legendary character)
Africa -- Description and travel -- To 1900.
Red Sea -- Description and travel.
To the Right Honourable, HENRY Ld. ARLINGTON, one of the Lords of his MA∣JESTIES most Honourable Pri∣vie Councill; AND Principall Secretary of State.
A short Relation Of the RIVER NILE, &c.
The true Cause of the River Nile's overflowing and drown∣ing the Campagnia of Egypt at the heighth of Summer in Europe.
Of the famous Unicorne, where he is bred, and how shap'd.
The Reason why the Abyssine Emperour is called Prester John of the Indies.
A short Tract of the Red Sea, and of the Cause of this name by which 'tis commonly known.
A Discourse of Palme-trees, Of their Variety, their Fruit, (and the usefullnesse of it,) Of their proper Soyle.