The 'Lost' Toledo Manuscript of Marco Polo

@article{Herriott1937TheT,
  title={The 'Lost' Toledo Manuscript of Marco Polo},
  author={J. Herriott},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1937},
  volume={12},
  pages={456 - 463}
}
IN 1559 the first attempt at a critical edition of Marco Polo appeared in Venice in a volume entitled Secondo volume delle Navigationi et Viaggi nel quale si contengono l'IHistoria delle cose de Tartari, et diuersi fatti de loro Imperatori, descritta da M. Marco Polo Gentilhuomo Venetiano, et da Haiton Armeno. The first volume of this collection of travels had been published in 1550, and the third volume in 1556. The editor of the series, Giouan Battista Ramusio, delayed publication of the… Expand
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