Rusticiano Of Pisa
- The History of Persian Embroidery
- The Travels of Marco Polo, Book I, Rusticiano of Pisa as told to him by Marco Polo, Pg. 90. “Increase the Prestige: Islamic Textiles”, Louise W.
- The Renaissance Foundations of Anthropology
- Rusticiano of Pisa. Marco Polo's narrative is very different in tone from the earlier Franciscan reports. It is, in a sense, propaganda for Kublai.
- A Health Aspect of Frozen Vegetables*
- Rusticiano of Pisa, who was in the said Prison likewise, to reduce the whole to writing; and this befell in the year 1298 from the birth of Jesus.
- Alexis Comnenus, Emperor 64 Alfonso, King of Castile 64 almond
- Rusticiano of Pisa 170, 505. Ryder, M. L.
- Rustichello da Pisa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- "Rusticiano da Pisa." In Lacy, Norris J.,The New Arthurian Encyclopedia, p.
- On the trail of Marco Polo - Wikitravel
- Marco Polo owes his fame to a book which he wrote with Rusticiano of Pisa after his return.
- The Adventures of Marco Polo
- Polo dictated his adventures to Rusticiano of Pisa while imprisoned with him in Genoa.
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Marco Polo
- There he became associated with Rusticiano of Pisa, an adapter of French romances, who wrote down at his dictation the account of his travels.
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