Mandeville's travels : the Cotton version
Mandeville, John, Sir., British Library. Manuscript. Cotton Titus C.16.
Hamelius, Paul, 1868-1922.
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EDITOR'S ANALYSIS.

    [PART FIRST: THE HOLY LAND AND THE NEAR EAST.]
  • [PROLOGUE. VALUE OF THE PILGRIMAGE]1
  • [I. THE WAY TO CONSTANTINOPLE]4
  • [III. CONSTANTINOPLE AND THE GREEK FAITH]9
  • [IV. THE LADY OF LANGO]13
  • [V. CYPRUS AND ACRE]16
  • [[VI. CAIRO AND THE SULTANS]21
  • [VII. EGYPT, BALM, THE PYRAMIDS]28
  • [VIII. FROM ITALY TO ALEXANDRIA]34
  • [IX. FROM CAIRO TO SINAI]37
  • [X. THE DESERT AND BETHLEHEM]42
  • Page  1:xi[XI. JERUSALEM AND THE SEPULCHRE]48
  • [XII. THE TEMPLE, SION AND OLIVET]53
  • [XIII. THE DEAD SEA, THE SAMARITANS]66
  • [XIV. GALILEE. CHRISTIAN SECTS]73
  • [XV. VARIOUS ROUTES TO JERUSALEM]1
  • [XVI. MAHOMET AND HIS LAW]84
    [PART SECOND: THE COUNTRIES BEYOND THE HOLY LAND.]
  • [XVII. ARMENIA. THE SPARROW-HAWK TALE95
  • [XVIII. CHALDEA. VARIETIES OF DIAMONDS]100
  • [XIX. INDIA. ITS SUPERSTITIONS]107
  • Page  1:xii[XX. ST. THOMAS. THE JUGGERNAUT CAR]114
  • [XXI. THE EARTH IS A SPHERE]118
  • [XXII. STRANGE SPICES, STONES AND PEOPLE]124
  • [XXIII. IDOLATRY. TRANSMIGRATION OF SOULS]132
  • [XXIV. THE GREAT CAN'S COURT]140
  • [XXV. RISE OF JENGHIZ KHAN]145
  • XXVI. SPLENDOUR OF THE CAN'S HOUSEHOLD]152
  • [XXVII. MANNERS OF THE TARTARS]163
  • [XXVIII. TURKESTAN AND RUSSIA]169
  • Page  1:xv[XXIX. PERSIA AND TURKEY]171
  • [XXX. THE LOST TRIBES. GOG AND MAGOG]175
  • XXXI. PRESTER JOHN. THE ASSASSINS]179
  • [XXXII. THE VALE PERILOUS. MONSTERS]187
  • [XXXIII. VIRTUOUS HEATHENS AND HERETICS]194
  • [XXXIV. THE GOLD COUNTRY. PARADISE]200
  • [XXXV. HEATHEN BELIEFS. THE POPE'S APPROVAL]204
    APPENDIX
  • PART OF CHAPTER XV212