York: Welcome Rain Publishers, 2002). Thus as Rosenthal reckon, Ibn Battuta's observations are not just undisputed, he also contributes considerably to our knowledge, his data being often the only ones we have to fill our knowledge of particular parts of the globe. His party bought a hen to cook, but it was so big they had to use two pots. From each part visited, Ibn Battuta relates his experiences and observations, which brings witness to the countries he visited and constitutes a unique account on the lives of societies, nature, history, geography, politics of various lands. The Adventures of Ibn Battuta, a Muslim Traveler of the Fourteenth Century. He said to Ibn Battuta: "Take these pearls then." Figure.
Transferred from: Few Questions on Counterpoint in the Tradition of Johan Fux. The passer byes told the boy to take the pieces to the foundation for utensils. China's hens' eggs are bigger than "our" goose eggs, he notes. Ibn Battuta, Voyages d'Ibn Battuta, Arabic text accompanied by French translation. China amazes Ibn Battuta for a number of reasons.