Jean de Thévenot was a French traveller, a also linguist
Jean de Thévenot was a French traveller, a also linguist, botanist and natural scientist in the East. Education was born in Paris, was a nephew of Melchisédech Thévenot. Constantinople stayed in Egypt for a year, visited the chief places of pilgrimage in Palestine. Mughal Empire of India crossed the country passed by an accidental pistol at Isfahan. Thévenot was an accomplished polyglot in botany in natural sciences. Paris was published in 1665 at Paris, forms the first part.