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Jerome Xavier, S.J. and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire
|Series||Neue Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft., 6|
|LC Classifications||BV2130 .N472 no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 260 p.|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||58026315|
From onward I spent the summer holidays doing research in archives and libraries in London, Rome, Brussels, Munich, and Leyden. Part of the material was used for my dissertation on Jerome Xavier, S.J., and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire, controversial works and missionary activity, which I defended and published in the beginning of THE MOGUL MISSION OF THE JESUITS: Jerome Xavier S.J. and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire. By Arnulf Camps, O.F.M. ISLAM IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY: Islamic Society and the West. By H. A. R. Gibb and Harold Bowen.
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and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire: Controversial Works and Missionary Activity by Arnulf Camps (pp. Jerome Xavier, born Jerónimo de Ezpeleta y Goñi ( in Beire, Navarra (Spain) – JGoa, ()), was a Spanish Jesuit missionary in to the Mughal court of Akbar, ( - ), and his son Jahangir, ( - ).Grand-nephew of Saint Francis Xavier he chose to be called Jerome Xavier.
Arnulf Camps. Jerome Xavier S. and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire. Controversial works and missionary activityAuthor: Jean-Paul Roux.
— Jerome Xavier, S.J., and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire, controversial works and missionary activity / by Arnulf Camps, — Sommervogel Imprint Sources Javier, Jerónimo: Historia S. Petri. - Four years later, inAkbar asked once again for learned Jesuits to be sent to him. This third and final mission lasted from till the death of the last surviving Jesuit of the Mughal mission—Fr.
Francis Xavier Wendel in The leader of the third mission was Jerome Xavier. He spent twenty years at the Mughal court. Jerome Xavier.
Jerome Xavier, born Jerónimo de Ezpeleta y Goñi ( – J ), was a Spanish Jesuit missionary to the Mughal court of Akbar (–) and his son Jahangir. A grand-nephew of Saint Francis Xavier, he chose to be called Jerome Xavier. Francis Xavier, known as Jerome Xavier of Navarra, was appointed to head the mission.
39 This time the Fathers were luckier: the Jesuit mission lasted at the Mughal. Camps OFM, “Jerome Xavier SJ and the Muslims of the Mughal Empire.
Controversial Works and Missionary Activity,” Neue Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft,pp.S. Gonçalves SI, Primeira Parte da História dos Religiosos da Companhia de Jesus e do que fizeram com a divina graça na conversão dos infiéis a nossa sancta fee católica nos reynos e.
Jerome Xavier S. and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire, Controversial Works and Missionary Activity [= Neue Zeit- 8chrift fur Missionswissenschaft, Supplementa VI].
Travels in the Mogul Empire is the first authoritative translation into English of François Bernier’s Histoire de la dernière révolution des états du Grand Mogol, published in Paris in ‒ Bernier was born at Joué in the Loire, France, and educated in medicine at the University of Montpellier.
Desiring to see the world, he traveled to Syria and Palestine in Jerome Xavier and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire: Controversial Works and Missionary Activity. Schö-Beckenreid: Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire, Cervantes, Miguel de. A brief account of the Mughal (or Mogul) Empire, which ruled most of India and Pakistan in the 16th and 17th centuries; it also spread Muslim (and particularly Persian) arts and culture in South Asia.
"Studies in Asian Mission History, " published on 15 Feb by Brill. ג'רום חאבייר (Jerome Xavier, - 27 ביוני ), היה מיסיונר ישועי ספרדי בחצר המוגול של אכבר (–) ובנו ג'הנגיר.הוא בחר להיקרא ג'רום חאבייר.
Boarnen, noaten en/as referinsjes: Arnulf Camps OFM - Jerome Xavier S.J. and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire: Controversial Works and Missionary Activity, Fribourg: Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionaire ; Makhan Lal Roy Choudhury - The Din-i-Ilahi or Religion of Akbar, New Delhi: Munshiram Publishers ; Waldemar Hansen - The Peacock Throne: The Drama of Mogul.
Here, Father Jerome Xavier accompanied by Father Manuel Pinheiro and Brother Bento de Goes, arrived in Lahore and into the court of the then aging Akbar. Xavier spent twenty years in the Mughal court of Akbar and Jahangir, witnessing the ascendancy of Mughal splendor, dispensing spiritual leadership, and becoming a remarkable scholar in Persian.
Jerome Xavier, S. And the Muslims of the Mogul Empire: Controversial and Missionary Activity. Schöneck: Nouvelle revue de science missionaire Suisse. Carboni, Stefano. “Constellations, Giants, and Angels from Al-Qazwini Manuscripts.” In Islamic Art in the Ashmolean Museum, edited by James Allan.
Oxford: Oxford University Press. Bronne. Arnulf Camps OFM, Jerome Xavier S.J. and the Muslims of the Mogul Empire: Controversial Works and Missionary Activity, Fribourg: Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionaire Makhan Lal Roy Choudhury, The Din-i-Ilahi or Religion of Akbar, New Delhi: Munshiram Publishers Waldemar Hansen, The Peacock Throne: The Drama of Mogul India.
The royal band was required to play at midnight and daybreak for prayers. He made this a public ritual so much so that the European traveller Jerome Xavier considered him a non-Muslim.
Badauni says Akbar ordered Abul Fazl to arrange for a sacred fire to be kept burning day and night at court as per the religious custom of Parsis.Akbar's commission of a Life of Christ from the Jesuit Jerome Xavier resulted in a fascinating text () in which the author's concern not to antagonize his Muslim hosts is apparent.
The Arnulf Camps, Jerome Xavier S.J. and the Muslims of the Mughal Empire: Controversial Works and Missionary Activity (Neue Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft, Supplementa 6), Schöneck-Beckenried, Switzerland,pp.
Idem, “Persian Works of Jerome Xavier, a Jesuit at the Mogul Court,” IC 35,pp.