Written documents about Christian pilgrimages to the Holy Land have been known since the Itinerarium burdigalense (fourth century). Since then, pilgrims’ travels have never stopped, but the fall of Acre (1291) was a dramatic turning-point. This paper aims to reconstruct the pilgrim’s life in partibus infidelium during the late mamluk period (1291-1517): how pilgrims travelled, where they sleep, what they eat, when, how and how long they visited churches and holy places
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