Chinese Books and Documents in the Jesuit Archives in Rome
Descriptive Catalogue : Japonica-Sinica I--IVeBook - 2015
The Jesuit Archives in Rome (Archium Romanum Societatus Iesu) contains books and manuscripts from the Ming (1369-1644) and Ching (1644-1911) dynasties on Chinese history, Chinese and Western philosophy, astronomy and other sciences; volumes by Westerners introducing Christian thought to the Chinese; and works by Chinese Christians comparing what they were taught by the Jesuits with the Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian traditions. Many works deal with the famous Chinese rites controversy. There are also volumes that treat other religious groups such as the Muslims and the Jews. The archive has a collection of some of the first Chinese-Western dictionaries. Some of the works include marginal annotations by the emperors of China, famous Chinese scholars, and Jesuit missionaries and much, much more. This catalogue consists of careful descriptions of all these archival items with bibliographical sources pertaining to them. English is the main language, but Latin, other European languages, and Chinese (with characters) are also abundant.
Publisher: London, [England] ; New York, New York : Routledge, 2015
Copyright Date: ©2002
Branch Call Number: Electronic book
Characteristics: 1 online resource (672 pages) : illustrations
Alternative Title: Public Library Complete
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