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Das Geheimnis des Maschonalandes

Authors: Glaser, Eduard GND
Locality: Constantinople
Provenance: Estate of Eduard Glaser (1855-1908)
Language: German
Creation date: 15.06.1892
'Afrika wird der dunkle Welttheil genannt, weil dort vieles dunkel ist, nicht blos die Hautfarbe der Menschen, sondern auch manches andere, das mit der Geographie und Geschichte des Continents zusammenhängt.
In den ersten Siebzigerjahren (1871) unseres Jahrhunderts brachte der deutsche Reisende Karl Mauch die mährchenhaft klingende Kunde nach Europa*, dass in Zonen Südafrika's ... groszartige antike Ruinen vorhanden seien. ...
Short description:
essay by Eduard Glaser (1855-1908) on the discovery of ruins in Mashoonaland
Linked signature, parents: AT-OeAW-BA-3-27-LOAR-232-15-001
Linked signature, sisters: AT-OeAW-BA-3-27-ZAMU-11-06-382
Glaser wrote this essay on his fourth trip to Yemen (January 1892 - March 1894), taking into account information provided by J. Theodore Bent (1852-1897), British explorer and archaeologist.

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