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Jesuit letters and Indian history

John Correia-Afonso

Jesuit letters and Indian history

a study of the nature and development of the Jesuit letters from India (1542-1773) and of their value for Indian historiography.

by John Correia-Afonso

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Published by Indian Historical Research Institute, St. Xavier"s College in Bombay .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Jesuits.,
    • India -- History -- 1526-1765 -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWith a pref. by Georg Schurhammer.
      SeriesStudies in Indian history of the Indian Historical Research Institute,, no. 20
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS435 .C6 1955
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxix, 193 p.
      Number of Pages193
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6255599M
      LC Control Number58025399
      OCLC/WorldCa3656105

      Fr. Thomas Stephens, SJ (). Four Hundredth Anniversary of Thomas Stephens SJ." Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 83 () Correia-Afonso, John. Jesuit Letters and Indian History: A Study of the Nature and Development of the Jesuit Letters from India () and of their Value for Indian Historiography. Bombay Author: Ivo Coelho. JESUIT MISSIONS IN ASIA AND THE AMERICAS: Introduction. Francis Xavier, Four Letters Regarding Missionary Work in Asia. Matteo Ricci, Writings on China. Matteo Ricci, True Meaning of the Lord of Heaven [Against Re-Incarnation]. Roberto De Nobili, Preaching Wisdom to the Wise [on Indian Customs]. Antonio Ruiz de Montoya, on Guarani Indians.

      Correia-Afonso, John, Jesuit Letters and Indian History, [-], 2nd edition, with foreword by Valerian Cardinal Gracias, Bombay and New York: Oxford University Press, Day, Alan Edwin, Discovery and Exploration: A Reference Handbook, vol. 1: The Old World, New York: Saur, and London: Bingley, (no more published). The Jesuit Letter. Written by Dean Hamilton Review by Steve Donoghue. Christopher Tyburn, the ex-soldier turned actor in Dean Hamilton’s rousingly good debut novel, The Jesuit Letter, is touring the Midlands of England with the Earl of Worcester’s Men, hoping the deadlier dramas of his earlier life had been left when he accidentally intercepts a letter from a Jesuit priest Author: Dean Hamilton.

        Mordechai Feingold, ed. Jesuit Science and the Republic of Letters. Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology. Cambridge, MA and London: The MIT Press, xii + pp. index. illus. $ ISBN: The aim of this volume is explicitly stated in the excellent introductory essay of its editor. Chapter IV: Mughal perception of Christianity Plates: Afonso, Jesuit Letters and Indian History, Bombay, , p. 1 Mac lagan, E. The Jesuits and the Great Mogul, p ibid., p Book of MosQs{taurat) should these books which are profitable to all, whether translated into Arabic or Persian, as he had heard or not, File Size: 7MB.


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