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SYNOPSIS OF CONTENTS.1
PART II.1
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XXXVII.—­THE KINGDOM OF TAIANFU1
XXXIX.—­HOW PRESTER JOHN TREATED THE GOLDEN KING HIS PRISONER1
XLI.—­CONCERNING THE CITY OF KENJANFU1
XLIII.—­CONCERNING THE PROVINCE OF ACBALEC MANZI1
XLV.—­CONCERNING THE PROVINCE OF TEBET1
XLVII.—­CONCERNING THE PROVINCE OF CAINDU1
XLIX.—­CONCERNING A FURTHER PART OF THE PROVINCE OF CARAJAN2
LIII.—­OF THE GREAT DESCENT THAT LEADS TOWARDS THE KINGDOM OF MIEN2
LV.—­CONCERNING THE PROVINCE OF BANGALA2
LVII.—­CONCERNING THE PROVINCE OF ANIN3
LIX.—­CONCERNING THE PROVINCE OF CUIJU3
BOOK SECOND.3
PART III.3
LX.—­CONCERNING THE CITIES OF CACANFU AND CHANGLU3
LXII.—­CONCERNING THE NOBLE CITY OF SINJUMATU3
LXIV.—­CONCERNING THE CITY OF SIJU, AND THE GREAT RIVER CARAMORAN3
LXVI.—­CONCERNING THE CITY OF COIGANJU3
LXVIII.—­OF THE CITIES OF TIJU, TINJU, AND YANJU3
LXXI.—­CONCERNING THE CITY OF SINJU AND THE GREAT RIVER KIAN4
LXXIII.—­OF THE CITY OF CHINGHIANFU4
LXXV.—­OF THE NOBLE CITY OF SUJU4
LXXIX.—­OF THE CITY OF TANPIJU AND OTHERS5
LXXXI.—­CONCERNING THE GREATNESS OF THE CITY OF FUJU5
BOOK THIRD.5
I.—­OF THE MERCHANT SHIPS OF MANZI THAT SAIL UPON THE INDIAN SEAS5
III.—­WHAT FURTHER CAME OF THE GREAT KAAN’S EXPEDITION AGAINST CHIPANGU5
V.—­OF THE GREAT COUNTRY CALLED CHAMBA5
VIII.—­OF THE ISLAND CALLED PENTAM, AND THE CITY MALAIUR6
X.—­THE KINGDOMS OF SAMARA AND DAGROIAN6
XII.—­CONCERNING THE ISLAND OF NECUVERAN6
XIV.—­CONCERNING THE ISLAND OF SEILAN6
XVII.—­CONTINUES TO SPEAK OF THE PROVINCE OF MAABAR6
XIX.—­CONCERNING THE KINGDOM OF MUTFILI7
XXI.—­CONCERNING THE CITY OF CAIL7
XXIII.—­OF THE COUNTRY CALLED COMARI7
XXV.—­CONCERNING THE KINGDOM OF MELIBAR7
XXVII.—­CONCERNING THE KINGDOM OF TANA7
XXIX.—­CONCERNING THE KINGDOM OF SEMENAT8
XXXII.—­CONCERNING THE ISLAND OF SCOTRA8
XXXIV.—­CONCERNING THE ISLAND OF ZANGHIBAR.  A WORD ON INDIA IN GENERAL8
XXXVI.—­CONCERNING THE PROVINCE OF ADEN8
XXXVIII.—­CONCERNING THE CITY OF DUFAR8
XL.—­RETURNS TO THE CITY OF HORMOS WHEREOF WE SPOKE FORMERLY8
BOOK FOURTH.9
I.—­CONCERNING GREAT TURKEY9
III.—­[1]WHAT THE GREAT KAAN SAID TO THE MISCHIEF DONE BY CAIDU HIS NEPHEW9
IX.—­[1]HOW THE BARONS OF ARGON ANSWERED HIS ADDRESS9
XI.—­HOW ACOMAT REPLIED TO ARGON’S MESSAGE9
XIII.—­HOW ARGON WAS DELIVERED FROM PRISON9
XV.—­[1]HOW ACOMAT WAS TAKEN PRISONER9
XVII.—­HOW ARGON WAS RECOGNISED AS SOVEREIGN9
XIX.—­HOW BAIDU SEIZED THE SOVEREIGNTY AFTER THE DEATH OF KIACATU9
XXI.—­CONCERNING THE LAND OF DARKNESS10
XXIV.—­CONCERNING THE TARTARS OF THE PONENT AND THEIR LORDS10
XXVI.—­[1]HOW BARCA AND HIS ARMY ADVANCED TO MEET ALAU10
XXVIII.—­[1]OF THE GREAT BATTLE BETWEEN ALAU AND BARCA10
XXX.—­[1]OF THE SECOND MESSAGE THAT TOCTAI SENT TO NOGAI10
XXXIII.—­[1]THE VALIANT FEATS AND VICTORY OF KING NOGAI10
APPENDICES.10
INDEX11
INSERTED PLATES AND MAPS.11
WOODCUTS PRINTED WITH THE TEXT.13
BOOK SECOND.—­PART SECOND.13
BOOK SECOND.—­PART THIRD.14
BOOK THIRD16
BOOK FOURTH.17
APPENDICES.17
THE BOOK OF MARCO POLO18
BOOK SECOND.—­CONTINUED.18
PART II.—­JOURNEY TO THE WEST AND SOUTH-WEST OF CATHAY.18
CHAPTER XXXV.18
CHAPTER XXXVI.22
CHAPTER XXXVII.25
CHAPTER XXXVIII.30
CHAPTER XXXIX.33
CHAPTER XL.34
CHAPTER XLI.35
CHAPTER XLII.45
CHAPTER XLIII.47
CHAPTER XLIV.50
CHAPTER XLV.56
CHAPTER XLVI.61
CHAPTER XLVII.64
CHAPTER XLVIII.74
CHAPTER XLIX.84
CHAPTER L.91
CHAPTER LI.107
NOTE 1.—­This date is no doubt corrupt. (See note 3, ch. lii.)108
CHAPTER LII.110
CHAPTER LIII.115
CHAPTER LIV.118
CHAPTER LV.122
CHAPTER LVI.124
CHAPTER LVII.126
CHAPTER LVIII.129
CHAPTER LIX.130
BOOK II.—­Continued.136
PART III.—­JOURNEY SOUTHWARD THROUGH EASTERN PROVINCES OF CATHAY AND MANZI.136
CHAPTER LX.136
CHAPTER LXI.140
CHAPTER LXII.142
CHAPTER LXIII.144
CHAPTER LXIV.145
CHAPTER LXV.148
CHAPTER LXVI.155
CHAPTER LXVII.155
CHAPTER LXVIII.156
CHAPTER LXIX.159
CHAPTER LXX.159
CHAPTER LXXI.173
CHAPTER LXXII.176
CHAPTER LXXIII.178
CHAPTER LXXIV.179
CHAPTER LXXV.183
CHAPTER LXXVI.187
CHAPTER LXXVII.199
CHAPTER LXXVIII.214
CHAPTER LXXIX.217
CHAPTER LXXX.224
CHAPTER LXXXI.230
CHAPTER LXXXII.233
BOOK THIRD.247
BOOK III.247
CHAPTER I.247
CHAPTER II.251
CHAPTER III.254
CHAPTER IV.258
CHAPTER V.261
CHAPTER VI.268
CHAPTER VII.270
CHAPTER VIII.275
CHAPTER IX.280
CHAPTER X.288
CHAPTER XI.296
CHAPTER XII.306
CHAPTER XIII.310
CHAPTER XIV.313
CHAPTER XV.317
CHAPTER XVI.333
CHAPTER XVII.341
CHAPTER XVIII.354
CHAPTER XIX.360
CHAPTER XX.363
CHAPTER XXI.370
CHAPTER XXII.375
CHAPTER XXIII.383
CHAPTER XXIV.385
CHAPTER XXV.388
CHAPTER XXVI.392
CHAPTER XXVII.394
CHAPTER XXVIII.397
CHAPTER XXIX.398
CHAPTER XXX.400
CHAPTER XXXI.403
CHAPTER XXXII.406
CHAPTER XXXIII.411
CHAPTER XXXIV.423
CHAPTER XXXV.428
CHAPTER XXXVI.440
CHAPTER XXXVII.444
CHAPTER XXXVIII.446
CHAPTER XXXIX.451
CHAPTER XL.452
BOOK FOURTH454
BOOK IV.454
CHAPTER I.454
CHAPTER II.456
CHAPTER III.459
CHAPTER IV.459
CHAPTER V.461
CHAPTER VI.461
CHAPTER VII.462
CHAPTER VIII.462
CHAPTER IX.463
CHAPTER X.463
CHAPTER XI.463
CHAPTER XII.463
CHAPTER XIII.464
CHAPTER XIV.464
CHAPTER XV.465
CHAPTER XVI.465
CHAPTER XVII.465
CHAPTER XVIII.466
CHAPTER XIX.467
CHAPTER XX.469
CHAPTER XXI.473
CHAPTER XXII.476
CHAPTER XXIII.479
CHAPTER XXIV.480
CHAPTER XXV.483
CHAPTER XXVI.485
CHAPTER XXVII.485
CHAPTER XXVIII.485
CHAPTER XXIX.485
CHAPTER XXX.487
CHAPTER XXXI.487
CHAPTER XXXII.487
CHAPTER XXXIII.488
CHAPTER XXXIV.  AND LAST488
APPENDICES488
APPENDIX B.—­The Polo Families.490
495
505
ITALIAN.506
LATIN506
508
APPENDIX F.—­Note of MSS. of Marco Polo so far as they are known.509
LIST OF MINIATURES IN THE BODLEIAN MS. OF MARCO POLO.[2]512
APPENDIX F.—­List of MSS. of Marco Polo’s Book so far as they are known.[3]512
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.512
FRANCE.515
LUXEMBURG.517
BELGIUM.517
ITALY.518
SPAIN.521
SWITZERLAND.521
GERMANY522
AUSTRIA.523
SWEDEN.523
525
I.—­PRINCIPAL EDITIONS.526
II.—­BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRINTED EDITIONS.[1]527
B.—­LATIN EDITIONS.530
C.—­ITALIAN EDITIONS.533
D.—­PORTUGUESE EDITION539
E.—­SPANISH EDITIONS.539
F.—­FRENCH EDITIONS.541
G.—­ENGLISH EDITIONS.544
H.—­DUTCH EDITIONS546
I.—­TCHEQUE EDITION.547
J.—­RUSSIAN EDITIONS.547
K.—­IRISH EDITION.547
L.—­VARIOUS EDITIONS.547
548
556
562
VENETIAN MONEY.562
APPENDIX L.—­Sundry Supplementary Notes on Special Subjects.—­(H.C.)565
INDEX584
SER MARCO POLO643
BY HENRI CORDIER643
PREFACE643
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SIR HENRY YULE’S WRITINGS.643
SYNOPSIS OF CONTENTS644
PREFACE644
MARCO POLO AND HIS BOOK644
PROLOGUE644
BOOK II.  PART I. THE KAAN, HIS COURT AND CAPITAL644
BOOK II.  PART II.  JOURNEY TO THE WEST AND SOUTH-WEST OF CATHAY644
APPENDICES645
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MARCO POLO’S BOOK645
TITLES OF SUNDRY BOOKS AND PAPERS WHICH TREAT OF MARCO POLO AND HIS BOOK645
ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS645
INDEX645
THE BOOK OF MARCO POLO.652
PROLOGUE652
BOOK FIRST.653
BOOK I.653
BOOK SECOND.690
PART I.—­THE KAAN, HIS COURT AND CAPITAL.690
BOOK SECOND.696
PART II.—­JOURNEY TO THE WEST AND SOUTH-WEST OF CATHAY.696
BOOK SECOND.—­CONTINUED.709
LX., p. 133.709
SINJUMATU710
BOOK THIRD.716
II., p. 256, n. 1.716
BOOK FOURTH.734
XXII., p. 488.734
APPENDICES.735
II., p. 533.735
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MARCO POLO’S BOOK.[1]738
TITLES OF SUNDRY BOOKS AND PAPERS WHICH TREAT OF MARCO POLO AND HIS BOOK.740
SUPPLEMENTARY NOTE.743
INDEX749
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