1304–?68, Arab traveller, who wrote the Rihlah, an account of his travels (1325–54) in Africa and Asia
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How to use ibn-Batuta in a sentence
The remarks of Ibn Batuta (c. 1332) already suggest the present state of things, viz.
Ibn Batuta (c. 1332) says the greater part of the city was in ruins, and only a small part continued to be a town.
Ibn Batuta saw this curious relic early in the fourteenth century; but both the mosque and the stone have since disappeared.Roman Mosaics | Hugh Macmillan
The mention of ibn-Batuta, as the authority more particularly, has a special interest.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II) | Charles Creighton
Ibn Batuta advanced as far as Erzeroum, where he was shown an aerolite weighing 620 pounds.Celebrated Travels and Travellers | Jules Verne