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File:Marco Polo, Il Milione, Chapter CXXIII and CXXIV.jpg


Artist jeiner cañon henao
Title Marco Polo, Il Milione, Chapter CXXIII and CXXIV, page from the Book "The Travels of Marco Polo" ("Il milione"), originally published during Polos lifetime 1298-1299, but frequently reprinted and translated . Livre des merveilles fol. 58r. The Khan at war, Faksimile UB Graz Sig.: HB 15 210/P 778.
Date 1298-1299
Medium manuscript
Dimensions 3dimension
jeiner cañon henao
san carlos de guaroa meta
Notes The army of the Khan attacking the rebellious King of Mien (now Burma). Note that Polo describes the King attacking the Khan with elephants, whereas the illustrator depicts the Khan attacking the King with elephants.
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