Contributor(s)Zürcher, Erik; ; ; ; ; ;
Standaert, Nicolas; U0013792; ; ; ; ;
Idema, Wilt L.; ; ; ; ; ;
Kamstra, Jan H.; ; ; ; ; ;
Schipper, Kristofer M.; ; ; ; ; ;
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AbstractThe attached PDF contains the texts of the slightly revised and expanded versions (in 1995 thesis) of the two articles (no. III and IV) published in 1993, as well as the bibliography and glossary of the entire 1995 thesis.
Collection of five articles, two already published (1993) and three published after 1995 (in 1996, 1998 and 2000), see below (Table of Contents).
I) pp. 1-176: “Nangong shudu (1620), Poxie ji (1640), and ...” (published in 2000). II) pp. 177-226: “The inventories of the Jesuit house at Nanking ...” [published in 1996). III) pp. 227-271: “Shengchao zuopi (1623) by Xu Dashou: The date and background of the longest anti-Christian essay of late Ming times” (slightly revised version of the article published in 1993: “The "Sheng-ch’ao tso-p’i" of Hsü Ta-shou”). IV) pp. 272-313: “Zhang Geng, Christian convert of late Ming times: descendant of Nestorian Christians?” (slightly revised version of the article published in 1993). V) pp. 314-408: “The religious works composed by Johann Adam Schall von Bell, especially his Zhuzhi qunzheng and his efforts (since 1640) to convert the last Ming emperor" (published in 1998).
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