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[James Baillie Fraser]. Travels in Koordistan, Mesopotamia, Etc, 2 Volumes by Fraser, Travels in Koordistan. Baillie () London: Richard Bentley, First Edition.
Full-Leather. James Baillie Fraser (11 June – January ) was a Scottish travel writer and artist who illustrated and wrote about Asia Minor and India. Some of his watercolours made in the picturesque style represent early views of India and Persia.
He was a brother of William Fraser. James Baillie Fraser, who had apparently met Rich in Shiraz, wrote two accounts of Mesopotamia, Travels in Koordistan, Mesopotamia, etc.
() and, inMesopotamia and Assyria. There can be little doubt that the writings of Rich and Fraser provided an enticement for another Briton to visit Mesopotamia – that man was Austen Henry Layard. Accounts of his travels appeared in and A Winter’s Journey (Tartar) from Constantinople to Tehran, with Travels through Various Parts of Persia (2 vols., London, ) and Travels in Koordistan, Mesopotamia, etc.
Including an Account of Parts of Those Countries hitherto Unvisited by Europeans with Sketches of the Character and. Idem, Travels in Koordistan, Mesopotamia, etc. Including an Account of Parts of Those Countries Hitherto Unvisited by Europeans, with Sketches of the Character and Manners of etc book Koordish and Arab Tribes, 2 vols., London, D.
Freshfield, Travels in the Central Caucasus and Bashan, Including Visits to Ararat and Tabriz, London, N. Note: List of entries is preliminary and may change prior to publication. Mecca and Travels in Koordistan. Travel Writing.
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Including an Account of Parts of Those Countries hitherto Unvisited by Europeans with Sketches of the Character and.
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Claudius James Rich (28 March – 5 October ) was a British business agent, traveller and antiquarian scholar. Biography. Rich was born near Dijon 'of a good family', but passed his childhood at on, he developed a gift for languages, becoming familiar not only with Latin and Greek but also with Hebrew, Syriac, Persian, Turkish and other Eastern tongues.
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