Indian sailing ships described by Marco Polo th century The ships are cogs the general European trading vessels of the time The figure in the centre is blowing a brass instrument of the trumpet family Together with his father and uncle Venetian traveller and merchant Marco Polo set off from Venice for Asia in travelling the Silk Road and arriving at the court of Kublai Khan some three years later They spent years in China before returning home arriving back in Italy in Marco Polo was imprisoned by the Genoese writing an account of his travels Il Milione whilst in captivity From a manuscript of the travels of Marco Polo from the Bodlean Library Oxford
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