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Ibn I traveled the Islamic world in 29 years Through my travels I


I heard a lecture about Ibn Battuta's travels (starting in 1325 C.E), a few weeks ago at the Upenn Museum and the blog post about that lecture is here.

Ibn-E-Battuta – The Man behind Travel Writing

Map travels of Ibn Battuta

ImagesEver heard of Ibn Battuta ? He was a real life Sinbad !

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The travels of Ibn Battuta

map of Ming period Asia and Silk Road. Source: R.Bradeen, 2001

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Map of the areas covered by Ibn Battuta (highlighted in yellow). (Source)

Ibn Battuta Map

I am personally inclined to believe that it was to the Vikings in Ireland that this account refers, due to some of the details provided within the text.

Route map of Ibn Battuta's travels, detail from map in World History Atlas, Prentice Hall

This illustration depicts Ibn Battuta traveling on horseback.

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Explorers of the Old World in the Middle Ages

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Trade routes inherited by the Muslim civilization were ruined by invading Mongols, which according to Ibn Khaldun ruined economies

Travelers of Al-Andalus, Part I: The Travel Writer: Ibn Jubayr


Print Ibn Battuta: Travels & Facts Worksheet

The Best Books on Travelling in the Muslim World | Five Books Expert Recommendations

“Traveling — it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta

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A world map by Muhammed Al Idrisi, 12th century, with north at the bottom

The Travels of Ibn Battuta

Picture with quote of Say, [O Muhammad], Travel through the land and

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Long way to go

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Figure 2: Satellite global map of the Mediterranean. (Source).

A Tale of Two Civilisations: The Viking and the Muslim Civilisation | Muslim Heritage

... Cucumbers; 10. Main conclusion • Ibn Battuta traveled ...

Ibn Battutah spent some time in the Maldives? He went to the Maldives as a tourist, but the locals inveigled him into being their Chief Justice.

“Traveling—it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.”

Travels of Ibn Battuta A 75,000 mile travel of 44 countries.

The travels of Ibn Battuta Oxford: Oxford University Press. 51 p.

The Travels of Ibn Battuta (Travel + Exploration)

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Travel through the land and observe how he began creation.Then Allah will produce the final creation.Indeed Allah,over all things,is competent. Quran 29:20 ...

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Travels with a Tangerine: From Morocco to Turkey in the Footsteps of Islam's Greatest Traveler: Tim Mackintosh-Smith, Martin Yeoman: 9780812971644: ...

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Ibn Battuta image for notebooking

Travels with a Tangerine: A Journey in the Footnotes of Ibn Battutah by Tim Mackintosh-Smith


For me, quality travel literature goes beyond a travel journal or a simple list of dates and ...

Travels with a Tangerine: A Journey in the Footnotes of Ibn Battutah by Tim Mackintosh-Smith

Figure 5: Physical map of Islamic countries showing the variety of physical geographies and natural environments. The geography of Islamic lands imposed an ...

What was the Muslim world like in the 1320s? The Moroccan explorer Ibn Battuta traveled

This travel quote's been bandied about by everyone from Rick Steves to Matador Network to Thought Catalog, and just about everyone with a Pinterest travel ...

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Cultural Elements that Unified the Islamic World - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com

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Ibn Taimiyah and Islamic Economics

Ibn Battuta's Journey to Mecca and 1001 Inventions

Author recounts his thoughts on Ibn Battuta

The greatest scientific advances from the Muslim world | Science | The Guardian

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In 9th century Spain, Muslim inventor Abbas ibn Firnas designed a flying machine --

Ibn Battuta was a great world traveler, and on camelback nonetheless

He visited around 40 present-day countries in his time – that's definitely a great feat for travelers back in the day who didn't have the luxuries that we ...

Figure 1: Land and sea trade routes in the Islamic world.

قام كاتب الرحلة (محمد بن جزي الكلبي الغرناطي) بتنقيح الرحلة كما يذكر في نهاية الكتاب، ولا نعلم ماهذا التنقيح وما كمية ما نقحه وأزاله من النص هذا الفقيه ...

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Ibn Battutah 1325 Image courtesy Picasaweb

Timeline of Battuta's life. Click here for a larger version. Download PDF.

... Travels with a Tangerine, in which he retraces the journeys of the fourteenth-century Moroccan traveler Ibn Baṭṭūṭah in the old Islamic world.

COM : The Islamic Golden Age, the Years of Knowledge

The Adventures of Ibn Battuta: A Muslim Traveler of the Fourteenth Century: Amazon.co.uk: Ross E Dunn: 9780520243859: Books

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Ibn Fadlan is famous for his travels to Scandinavia, where he produced one of the earliest and most influential accounts of Viking culture.

Figure 1: Historical map of the Islamic west until 1100. Adapted from Atlas of Western Art History (New York, 1994, p. 87). (Source).