Explore with Marco Polo by Tim Cooke

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Handwritten manuscripts of the book spread around Europe. Later, it was printed, and even more people read it. Imprisoned! nice H Explorer fights for Ve n in prison H Captured and throw Marco was freed in 1299. He married a merchant’s daughter named Donata. They had three daughters: Bellela, Moretta, and Fantina. Marco died in Venice in 1323. When Marco Polo got home, Venice was at war with Genoa, another Italian trading city. Marco used some of his wealth to buy a warship, called a galley. But when he sailed to fight for Venice he was captured by the Genoese.

Morley, Jacqueline. : A Really Long Trip You’d Rather Not Take. Franklin Watts, 2009. Feinstein, Stephen. Marco Polo: Amazing Adventures in China (Great Explorers of the World). Enslow Publishers Inc, 2009. Ollhoff, Jim. Marco Polo (Great Explorers). Abdo and Daughters, 2013. Holub, Joan, and John O’Brien. Who Was Marco Polo? ) Grosset and Dunlap, 2007. The Polos return home to Venice; no one recognizes them. 1295 1296 Marco Polo is captured by the Genoese in a sea battle. In prison, he dictates his adventures to Rustichello da Pisa.

Imprisoned! nice H Explorer fights for Ve n in prison H Captured and throw Marco was freed in 1299. He married a merchant’s daughter named Donata. They had three daughters: Bellela, Moretta, and Fantina. Marco died in Venice in 1323. When Marco Polo got home, Venice was at war with Genoa, another Italian trading city. Marco used some of his wealth to buy a warship, called a galley. But when he sailed to fight for Venice he was captured by the Genoese. They threw him into prison. 28 TRAVEL WITH THE GREAT EXPLORERS !

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