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The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta in which, the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those Oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano: whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into . The Travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble roman into East India and Arabia Deserta Whereunto is added A Relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the East-Indies, imprimatur leaf, diagrams in the text, 3 engraved plates on two leaves, double-page engraved map, woodcut illustrations, plates lightly browned (or stained), blindstamps on title and plates, early . The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta: in which the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites both religious and civil, of those Oriental princes and nations, are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano: whereunto is added a relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into . The travels of Sig. Pietro della Valle, a noble Roman, into East-India and Arabia Deserta: in which the several countries, together with the customs, manners, traffique, and rites, both religious and civil, of those oriental princes and nations are faithfully described: in familiar letters to his friend Signior Mario Schipano: whereunto is added, A relation of Sir Thomas Roe's voyage into.

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