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Bellum Tartaricum, or, The conquest of the great and most renowned empire of China, by the invasion of the Tartars, who in these last seven years, have wholy subdued that vast empire : together with a map of the provinces, and chief cities of the countries, for the better understanding of the story / written originally in Latine by Martin Martinius, present in the country at most of the passages herein related, and now faithfully translated into English
Bib ID 124124
Format BookBook
Author
Martini, Martino, 1614-1661
 
Uniform Title De bello Tartarico historia. English
Description London : John Crook, 1654 
240 p. : folded map, port. ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Translation of: De bello Tartarico historia.

Subjects China - History - To 1643.  |  China - History - Tatar Conquest, 1643-1644.  |  Manchuria (China) - History.
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Conquest of the great and most renowned empire of China

Conquest of China

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