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Early Jesuit travellers in Central Asia
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13 Cornelius Wessels, Early Jesuit Travellers in Central Asia, – (The Hague: Martinus Nijoff, ), 7– 14 Donald Lach and Edwin J. Van Kley, Asia in the Making of Europe, vol. 3, A Century of Advance (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ), Michael Issenberg, chairman and chief executive of Accor Asia Pacific (), says he also foresees a rise of travel in Australia in , with a .
Google Books: Early Jesuit Travellers in Central Asia: by Cornelius Wessels ]]> #style10 ,, Other Interactive Maps on History. Cornelius Nicolaas Petrus Wessels (September 8, in Helmond, Netherlands – February 2, in Maastricht, Netherlands) was a Dutch Jesuit, known for his historical works on the early Catholic Missions in Central Asia, specially Tibet, and in the East Indies. His main work, Early Jesuit travellers in Central Asia, , Authority control: ISNI: .
The history of the missions of the Jesuits in China is part of the history of relations between China and the Western missionary efforts and other work of the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits, between the 16th and 17th century played a significant role in continuing the transmission of knowledge, science, and culture between China and the West, and influenced Christian . He wrote a book about his experiences and it contains a lot of information about life in Central Asia. AD: Wukong When Samarkand’s ambassador to China travelled home in , he was accompanied by a Chinese delegation that included a man named Wukong.
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When we read this book, we are forced to feel atraction by those courageose men whom envolved the mistyries of Central Asia of the sevetheen to eightheen centuries.
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Early Jesuit Travellers in Central Asia, This unusual book gives an insight into the often forgotten pioneering travel and discovery by Jesuit missionaries in Asia, especially Tibet. This book is a compilation of geographical, historical and cultural information collected by the Jesuits during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
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The British exploration, which began about the end of the 18th century triggered by the East India Company, is quite new. Cornélius Wessels’ Early Jesuit Travelers in Central Asia: [The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, ]gives an insight into.
Early Jesuit Travellers in Central Asia [-], The Hague: Nijhoff, Jesuit Narratives: New World Missions An early travel book by a professional woman journalist who wrote for magazines catering for the recreational activities of the British upper classes.
Harmsworth, Alfred (Viscount. Of far greater interest is the second letter by the same, dated October 4,from the kingdom of Cambirasi, in which he tells at length about his stay in Cooch Behar and Bhutan.
The third letter written eight months later, Jfrom Hugli, is by Father Cacella’s fellow-traveller Father Cabral, Author: C. Wessels. After gaining formal permission and funds to start a mission in Tibet from the Jesuit superior at Goa, Andrade, Marques, and three other Jesuits journeyed to Tsaparang the next summer and built a church at the foot of the citadel and another one at Rudok miles ( km) away.
António de Andrade left Tibet inLocation: Zanda, Ngari, Tibet Autonomous .their motivation to travel, learn and teach in Asia. It took the death of two priests to further inspire these two young Portuguese priests to venture into the heart of the Himalayas.
Wessels in his book entitled “Early Jesuit Travellers in Central Asia”, records in detail their challenging journey including their north bound.book followed. Sensitive to my time constraints in Rome, Hugo Storni of the Jesuit Historical Institute allowed me to use the Institute library in the fall of during times when it was closed to researchers.
F. J. de Cock, S.J. put at my disposal the rich holdings of the Jesuit Archives. State University of New York/UUP grants enabled me to Author: Nicolas Cushner.