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Title:The Jesuits in China by Feodosy Smorzhevsky: An eyewitness account by an Eighteenth-Century Russian Orthodox monk
Author(s):Smorzhevsky, Feodosy
Contributor(s):Maggs, Barbara W.
Subject(s):Jesuits
China
Smorzhevsky, Feodosy
Geographic Coverage:China
Temporal Coverage:Eighteenth Century
Abstract:This is a report by, Hieromonk Feodosy Smorzhevsky, who lived in Peking from 1745 to 1755 at the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission. Smorzhevsky, a former teacher in the Kievan Academy, was elevated in Moscow from Hierodeacon of the Kiev-Sofia Monastery to Hieromonk before leaving for Peking. He returned to his native land at the age of thirty-five and was consecrated Archimandrite in Sevsky Monastery where he died in 1758.
Issue Date:2019-12-12
Publisher:Amazon Kindle
Citation Info:The Jesuits in China by Feodosy Smorzhevsky: An Eyewitness Account by an Eighteenth-Century Russian Orthodox Monk -- Translated by Barbara W. Maggs
Genre:Book
Type:Text
Language:English
Description:Barbara W. Maggs, Translator
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/106009
Rights Information:Copyright 2019 Barbara W. Maggs
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-12-13


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