Catalog Record: A tour, performed in the years 1795-6, through the Taurida, or Crimea, the antient kingdom of Bosphorus, the once-powerful republic of Tauric Cherson, and all the other countries on the north shore of the Euxine, ceded to Russia by the peace of Kainardgi and Jassy | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A tour, performed in the years 1795-6, through the Taurida, or Crimea, the antient kingdom of Bosphorus, the once-powerful republic of Tauric Cherson, and all the other countries on the north shore of the Euxine, ceded to Russia by the peace of Kainardgi and Jassy; by Mrs. Maria Guthrie...described in a series of letters to her husband, the editor, Matthew Guthrie... The whole illustrated by a map... with engravings of a great number of ancient coins, medals, monuments, inscriptions, and other curious objects.

Main Author: Guthrie, Maria.
Related Names: Guthrie, Matthew d. 1807.
Language(s): English
Published: London : T. Cadell, jun. & W. Davies, 1802.
Subjects: Numismatics > Cimmerian Bosporus (Kingdom)
Cimmerian Bosporus (Kingdom) > History.
Crimea (Ukraine) > Description and travel.
Crimea (Ukraine) > Antiquities.
Black Sea.
Note: Running title and lettered on spine: A tour through the Taurida.
The letters were originally written in French and translated by the editor.
Physical Description: xxiv, 446 p. 1 L. illus.
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