De Beer Lb 1655 Z
[Amsterdam: Jodocus Jansonius]
German-born traveller, Justus Zinzerling (c.1580-1632), wrote and published a detailed itinerary of his travels in France and Europe in the early 17th century. In it, he describes leaving Strasbourg in 1612 on the first leg of his four-year journey. Zinzerling advises leaving in the spring of the first year and returning in the autumn of the fourth year; he also informs the reader of the best places to overwinter. In conversational Latin, he outlines each region’s weather, food, drink, people, language, transport, and accommodation options. On his travels, Zinzerling visited Nancy, a town on the banks of the Meurthe River, in northeast France.
Jodocus Sincerus [Justus Zinzerling], “Itinerarium Galliae… ,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed May 24, 2019, http://ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/10590.
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