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Author Hornemann, Friedrich, 1772-1800
Contributor Marsden, William, 1754-1836
Contributor Rennell, James, 1742-1830
Contributor Young, William, bart., 1740-1815
Editor Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior Parts of Africa
LoC No. 05008259
Title The journal of Frederick Horneman's travels, from Cairo to Mourzouk, the capital of the kingdom of Fezzan, in Africa, in the years 1797-8
Original Publication London: G. and W. Nicol, 1802.
Note Appendices: I. Observations on F. Horneman's description of the country and antiquities of Siwah; with reference to ancient accounts of the oasis and temple of Ammon. By Sir William Young ... II. Some account of F. Horneman, after his arrival at Mourzouk. III. A memoir, containing various informations respecting the interior of Africa; transmitted from Mourzouk in 1799, by F. Horneman. IV. Geographical illustrations of the travels and information of F. Horneman, with maps; by Major James Rennell ... V. Observations on the language of Siwah; in a letter to the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Ranks; by William Marsden ... IV. List of the members of the society, instituted for the purpose of promoting a discovery of the interior parts of Africa.
Credits Galo Flordelis (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive)
Language English
LoC Class DT: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Africa
Subject Libyan Desert -- Description and travel
Subject Fezzan (Libya) -- Description and travel
Subject Berber languages
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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