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travels of the Jesuits in Ethiopia
by Printed for J. Knapton, in St. Paul"s Church-yard; A. Bell, in Cornhill; D. Midwinter, in St. Paul"s Church-yard; W. Taylor, in Pater-Noster-Row; and sold by J. Round, in Exchange-Alley in Cornhill; N. Cliffe, in Cheapside; E. Sanger, at the Posthouse, and A. Collings, at the Black-Boy, in Fleet-street; and J. Backer, in Pater-Noster-Row in London
Written in English
|Statement||The whole collected, and historically digested by F. Balthazar Tellez, of the Society of Jesvs; and now first translated into English..|
|Contributions||Stevens, John, d. 1726.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 264,  p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||264|
Caring for the mission of the Society of Jesus post COVID. On Wednesday, 29 April, and again on Thursday, 30 April, Father General led a virtual meeting with hundreds of Jesuits and partners of the Society. It was the second time he made use of this communication channel, live online. "Accessible and thought-provoking, Resettlement and famine in Ethiopia will be of interest to anthropologists, students of development studies, and practitioners, and all those concerned by famine, forced migration and socialist attempts to transform societies."--BOOK Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc.
The travels of the Portuguese and Spanish Jesuits in late 16th. and early 17th. century gave rise to a new European interest in Ethiopia. The renowned British author and lexicographer Samuel Johnson, who had translated the memoirs of one of the Jesuits, Jeronimo Lobo, wrote his famous allegorical novel The History of Rasselas, Prince of. Father Philip Caraman, SJ Roman Catholic priest, historian, biographer, professor. Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature (FRSL). His works chiefly concentrate on the history the Society of Jesus; including important figures such as martyrs and saints, the Jesuits' missionary activities, and the persecution of Catholics in Elizabethan and Jacobean Great Britain/5.
^ Baltazar Téllez, The Travels of the Jesuits in Ethiopia, (LaVergue: Kessinger, ), p. ^ Paul B. Henze, Layers of Time: A History of Ethiopia (New York: Palgrave, ), p. 95 ^ James Bruce, Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile ( edition), vol. 3, p. Eastern Africa Jesuits, Nairobi, Kenya. 1, likes 70 talking about this. Jesuits of Eastern AfricaFollowers: K.
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Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Travels of the Jesuits in Ethiopia () at nd: Balthazar Tellez. Ethiopia, local Catholic clergy began to be appointed in order to propagate the new religion more effectively. The Jesuits believed that gaining control over key positions of power was the right formula for success.
Seeking collaboration with local governors and the nobility constituted an. Chronicling adventures from Ethiopia to Japan, Travels covers twenty years of Mendes Pinto's odyssey as a soldier, a merchant, a diplomat, a slave, a pirate, and a missionary, and continues to overwhelm questions about its source with the sheer enjoyment of its narrative.
"[T]here is. The Jesuits in 16/17th-Century Ethiopia. The Christian kingdom that controlled the Ethiopian high plateaux suffered a series of very deep political, economic, military and religious crises in the period between the late 15th century and the expulsion of the Jesuit missionaries in Father Afonso Mendes (18 June – 21 June ), was a Portuguese Jesuit theologian, and Patriarch of Ethiopia from to While E.A.
Wallis Budge has expressed the commonly accepted opinion of this man, as being "rigid, uncompromising, narrow-minded, and intolerant", there are some who disagree with it. The writings of Mendes include Expeditionis Aethiopicae, which describes the Born: 18 JuneSanto Aleixo, Kingdom of Portugal.
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The mission carried out by the Society of Jesus in the Ethiopian highlands from to has been for the last two decades object of an important number of publications.
The interest for the political and religious activities of the missionaries.Bookseller SequiturBooks (US) Bookseller Inventory # Title Travels of the Jesuits, into various parts of the world: compiled from their letters: now first attempted in English: intermix'd with an account of the manners, government, religion, &c.
of the several nations visited by those fathers: with extracts from other travellers, and miscellaneous notes.The description of the source of the Blue Nile, was reprinted in Tellez: The travels of the Jesuits in Ethiopia, (without mentioning, that it was father Paez´s description) - so Bruce felt, that he had to attack the book´s credibilty - since there could of course be no .