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Voyage à Tombouctou / René Caillié
Bib ID 1561198
Format BookBook
Author
Caillié, René, 1799-1838
 
Uniform Title Journal d'un voyage à Temboctou
Description Paris : F. Maspero, 1979 
2 v. : maps ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 2707111228 (volume 1)
2707111236 (volume 2)
Series

La Découverte ; 7-8

Découverte (François Maspero (Firm)) ; 7-8

Notes

"Le texte publié est celui, intégral et sans changements, de l'unique édition du voyage de René Caillié: Journal d'un voyage à Tembouctou et à Jenné--Cf. t.p. verso.

Subjects Sudan (Region) -- Description and travel.  |  Sahara -- Description and travel.

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