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[[Anonymous Account of the Holy Land]] (c. 1350)
[[Anonymous Account of the Holy Land]] (c. 1350)
[[Ludolph von Sudheim]] (1350)
[[Mappaemundi of Portulano Mediceo Laurenziano]] (1351)
[[Mappaemundi of Portulano Mediceo Laurenziano]] (1351)
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[[Thomas Ebendorfer]] (c. 1450)
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[[Nicolai de Cusa]] (c. 1462)
[[Orlando Innamorato]] (1482)
[[Orlando Innamorato]] (1482)

Revision as of 16:54, 16 October 2015

These "Occidental Sources Concerning Nubia" are to accompany and support the compilation of Giovanni Vantini's Oriental Sources Concerning Nubia already available in this source book.

These sources are gathered from authors across Europe writing in languages including, but not exclusive to: Latin, Old French, Middle French, Flemish, Catalan and Italian.

Comments and recommendations of sources to the administrators of the website are most welcome.

Translations are open to revision and debate.

By A. Simmons

Heliodorus (originally c. 4th century but reappeared throughout the Medieval period)

Paulus Orosius (c. 415-20)

Fulgentius the Mythographer (c. 550)

Procopius of Caesarea (c. 551)

Antonius Martyr (c. 570)

The Venerable Bede (c. 703)

Ansileub (c. 750)

Paschasius Radbertus (before 865)

Alfred the Great (c. late 9th century)

Hrabanus Maurus (c. 840s)

Johannes Scotus Eriugena (9th century)

The Marvels of the East (c. 1000)

Thierry of Saint-Trond (c. 1075-85)

Chanson de Roland (c. 1090)

Guibert de Nogent (c. 1107-8)

Albert d'Aix (c. 1120)

Fulcher of Chartres (c. 1128)

Matthew of Edessa (c. 1137)

Hugh of St. Victor (d. 1142)

Hermann the Second (1143)

Anna Comnena (c. 1148)

John of Würzburg (c. 1170)

Richard of Poitiers (1172)

Pisan trade document (1173)

William of Tyre (c. 1170-84)

La Chanson de Jérusalem (12th century)

Burchard of Strasbourg (c. 1175)

Chanson d'Antioche (c. 1180)

Alexander Neckam (c. 1190)

La Chrétienté Corbaran (chanson) (c. late 12th century)

Les Chétifs (chanson) (c. late 12th century)

Chronicle of Ernoul (c. late 12th century)

Theodoric (c. late 12th century)

Arnold of Lübeck (c. 1209)

Gervais de Tilbury (c. 1209-18)

Robert de Clari (c. 1216)

Oliver von Paderborn (1217-9)

Jacques de Vitry (c. 1220)

Ebstorf Mappaemundi (c. 1234)

Roger of Wendover (c. 1235)

Lucas de Tuy (1236)

Alberic of Trois-Fontaines (c. 1241)

Matthew Paris (c. 1250)

Albertus Magnus (c. 1260s)

Godefroi de Buillon (chanson) (13th century)

Le Retour de Cornumarant (chanson) (c. mid 13th century)

Roger Bacon (c. 1267)

Burchard of Mount Sion (c. late 13th century)

Ristoro d'Arezzo (1282)

Hereford Mappaemundi (c. 1283-1313)

Marco Polo (c. 1300)

Ottokar aus der Gaal (c. early 14th century))

Hayton of Corycus (1307)

Guillaume Adam (c. 1310-4)

Marino Sanudo Torsello (c. 1300-21)

Friar Jordanus (c. 1330)

Directorium ad Passagium Faciendum (1332)

John of Verona (1335)

Angelino Dulcert (1339)

Niccolo da Poggibonsi (c. 1345-50)

Anonymous Account of the Holy Land (c. 1350)

Ludolph von Sudheim (1350)

Mappaemundi of Portulano Mediceo Laurenziano (1351)

Le Chevalier au Cygne (chanson) (c. 1350s)

Vivaldi Brothers (before 1360)

Sir John Mandeville (d. 1371)

Catalan Atlas (1375)

Ogier d'Anglure (1395-6)

Jean de Bethencourt (1402-6)

Portulan attributed to Jaffuda Cresques (c. 1416)

Thomas Ebendorfer (c. 1450)

Nicolai de Cusa (c. 1462)

Orlando Innamorato (1482)

Friar Felix Fabri (c. 1483)

Joos van Ghistele (1481-5)

Jodocus Badius Ascensius (1507)

Orlando Furioso (1532)

Jakob Balde (1645)