Indeed, Weisensel and Stavrou is the first place to turn, remembering though that there is a lot which has been published since their impressive bibliography. In recent years there have been various good editions (granted, in many cases of texts which had earlier been published, but not necessarily as well) of many of the important early modern travel accounts. One can get to a lot of this from the substantial monograph by S. A. Kirillina, Ocharovannye stranniki: Arabo-Osmanskii mir glazami rossiiskikh palomnikov XVI-XVIII stoletii (M.: Kluch-S, 2010).
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Baturinskii arkhiv i drugie dokumenty po istorii Ukrainskogo getmanstva 1690-1709 gg. [ruk. proekta i sost. T. G. Tairova-Iakovleva; otv. red. T. A. Bazarova]. Sankt Peterburg: Dmitrii Bulanin, 2014. 480 pp. + 6 pp. ill. ISBN 978-5-86007-760-7.
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Russian travelers to the Christian East from the twelfth to the twentieth century / Theofanis G. Stavrou and Peter R. Weisensel.
Theofanis George Stavrou 1934-
Columbus, Ohio : Slavica Publishers 1986, c1985
Prepodobnyi Martinian, Belozerskii chudotvorets. Podgotovka tekstov, perevod i issledovanie E. E. Shevchenko. S.-Peterburg: Izdatel’stvo “Pushkinskii Dom”, 2014. 412 pp. ISBN 978-5-91476-065-3; 978-5-91305-007-6.