1 edition of Adrien Tournebus, lecteur royal found in the catalog.
Extrait du Bulletin de la Société des antiquaires de Normandie.Bibliographical footnotes.Authors autograph presentation copy.
|Statement||Impr. de F. Le Blanc-Hardel|
|Publishers||Impr. de F. Le Blanc-Hardel|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
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1, no pagination to have been in direct touch with missionaries such as Alberto Laertio, who had been posted in India and who had commented on the history already published in Europe. While the publication of the Cartas in the early years of the Society of Jesuit had been haphazard, the French letters in this collection were from the start a self-conscious lecteur royal at promoting the new French missions.Leenders and Graeve 2012.
Obviously, the history of a mission was considered all the more authentic if confirmed by a missionary in situ. The original Portuguese text was published by P.
Aristotelianism, Platonism, and Post-Hellenistic Philosophy, ed. They were both apologetic and factual, since each detail, whether about missionary successes, obstacles, or martyrdoms, was seen as a step forward to the ultimate triumph. It is safe to say that the absence of the past stimulated the production of historiography. The reviews address an international readership from all fields in classical studies.
However, by ending his history in 1720, Bailly avoided having to retell the dispute over the shape of the earth and the complicated ways in which the earth had been modeled as a rotating fluid Bailly 1779, 1:143—68, 2:337—76. De rebus gestis peregrinationibus atque concionibus sancti Petri epitome ad Jacobum Hierosolymoroum episcopum, Ex privilegio Regis, Paris, Apud Adrianum Turnebum typographum Regium, 1555 USTC 151704 [8o] and Clement of Rome, De rebus gestis, peregrinationibus, atque concionibus sancti Petri epitome.
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Jesuit historiography written by Jesuits, from the sixteenth to the eighteenth Adrien Tournebus century resembles a single composite body of cross-references, borrowings, Adrien Tournebus multiple translations.
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General histories of geodesy fell within the purview of the history of mathematics, for which they demonstrated the development of the modern science and its techniques.
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Chicago: University of Chicago Press.