World Enough, and Time: Greece and the Levantine Littoral v. 1: The Travel Chronicles of Mrs J Theod
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Yayıncı Archaeopress ( 11 / 2006 ) ISBN 9781905739028 | 14,73x20,83x2,79 cm. | İngilizce | 380 Sayfa | Türler Arkeoloji
Mabel Virginia Anna Hall-Dare, the wife of English archaeologist and explorer James Theodore Bent, kept a series of notebooks on her travels. This volume is the first of a planned set, presenting the adventures of the couple throughout the world. The research of the couple led to a number of highly regarded monographs and finds that were to place them securely amongst the foremost British travellers of the later half of the nineteenth century. This volume represents the discovery of a lost and notable milestone for scholars and travel enthusiasts of all kinds. It begins with Mabel's account of the Bent's adventures around the Aegean and beyond, extracted from her fifteen year sequence of notebooks. We follow Mabel and Theodore to the Greek mainland and the islands known now as the Cyclades and the Dodecanese, as well as the northern Aegean islands; their journeys along the Turkish littoral lead them from bustling Istanbul to provincial Mersin in the far south-west.