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On Two New Translations of Marcin Broniewski'sTartariae Descriptio(1595)
Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
REVIEWS On Two New Translations of Marcin Broniewski's Tartariae Descriptio (1595) Marcin Broniewski's (Latin: Martinus Broniovius; Russian: Martin Bronevskij / Мартин Броневский) Tartariae Descriptio, a travel account composed as a result of his visits to the Crimea as an ambassador to the Tatar Khans in 1575 (?) and 1578 -1579, 1 is a classical source for any study of the mediaeval and early modern Crimea. The original Latin text of Tartariae Descriptio was first published in Cologne in 1595;doi:10.1556/062.2015.68.4.7 fatcat:klxwebi5wnbslamsziq4xmrr2y