Canon Pietro Casola's Pilgrimage to Jerusalem in the Year 1494
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ... INTRODUCTION Amongst the subjects which have attracted the attention of historical students during the last half century, not the least interesting is the story of the pilgrimages directed unceasingly to Palestine from the early centuries of the Christian era--a story told in many cases by the pilgrims themselves who found their way by different routes to the common goal from all parts of christendom. An immense impulse was given to the study of the pilgrim voyages by the publication, in 1868, of the Bibliographia Geographica Palaestinae, compiled by the late Professor Titus Tobler. This useful work was afterwards so enlarged and supplemented by his disciple, Professor Reinhold Rohricht, that the new edition, published in 1890, gives an almost exhaustive list of the pilgrimages--from the earliest down to modern times-- undertaken by pilgrims who have left some account of their voyages; together with full details as to where those relations are to be found--and whether in manuscript or in print--or both. Meanwhile Professor Rohricht, in collaboration with Dr. H. Meissner, was preparing the first edition of the Deutsche Pilgerreisen nach dem Heiligen Lande, which saw the light in 1880; a second, and enlarged edition, was published by Professor Rohricht alone in 1900. The bibliography of the German pilgrim voyages there completed, closes with a notice of the Pilgrimage of Heinrich Wilhelm Ludolph, who went to the Holy Land vid Constantinople, in 1699, and returned by way of Leghorn. Rohricht notes that in 1494 Ludwig Freiherr von Greiffen B stein, Reinhard von Bemmelberg, and Konrad von Parsberg went to Jerusalem.1 They were fellow pilgrims with Casola, and left descriptions of their voyage, still preserved, which I have unfortunately not...
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Casola determines to undertake a pilgrimage to Jeru salem and after receiving the archiepiscopal benediction leaves Milan on May 15th arriving at V...
Description of Venice He meets Fra Francesco Trivulzio
Visits to various monasteries and churches at Venice The Arsenal Glass Industry Venetian Men and Women
Festival of the Corpus Domini Preparations for leaving Venice
Casola embarks Description of the galley the Con tarina Voyage from Venice to Zara
Voyage from Zara to Ragusa
From Ragusa to Modone
Journey from Jaffa to Jerusalem
Visits to the Holy Places at Jerusalem Bethlehem etc
Visit to the River Jordan and Jericho Description of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Visit to Bethany
Return to Jaffa Departure for the West after renewed difficulties with the Governor of Gaza
Return voyage to Rhodes
From Rhodes to Modone
From Modone to Parenzo
Return of galley to Venice Festival on All Saints Day Casola arrives back at Milan
From Modone to Rhodes
From Rhodes to Jaffa
The galley anchors at Jaffa Casola lands after con siderable delays caused by the Governor of Gaza
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