An Italian drawing of Marco Polo's caravan from 1375. For 300 years, historians have argued that Marco Polo did not really visit China, but had fabricated his journeys based on the information from his trips to the Black Sea, Constantinople and Persia and from talking to merchants. Now University of Tübingen Sinologist Hans Ulrich Vogel says he believes Polo. In his new book, Marco Polo was in China: New Evidence from Currencies, Salts and Revenues, Vogel presents a comprehensive review of the arguments for and against, and follows it up with evidence from relevant Chinese, Japanese, Italian, French, German and Spanish literature.
Tor & Marco Polo visit the riffle range and get bodied by their manager. Marco Polo & Torae’s Double Barrel is in stores today. Click here to buy. Who Got Gunz? Read Post
Marco Polo & Torae visited the Westside Pistol & Rifle Range in Manhattan for the latest installment of ‘Double Barrel’ Tuesdays. “A lot of you rappers talking about all... Read Post