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De la vie religieuse chez les Chaldéens


Suivie de l'histoire du couvent catholique de Rhaban-Ormuzd et des persécutions qu'il a essuyées de la part des hérétiques et des musulmans


In this volume, Boré (1809-1878), who traveled in the Middle East, offers a study of religious life among the Chaldeans, with much attention given to religious communities and monasticism, especially the Rabban Hormizd Monastery.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-521-1
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jul 5,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 113
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61719-521-1
$152.00

In this volume, Boré (1809-1878), who traveled through the Middle East, here offers a study of religious life among the Chaldeans. Much attention is given to religious communities and monasticism, in particular that of the Rabban Hormizd Monastery, about two miles from Alqosh (Iraq), which was also later visited by Budge in 1890. Readers interested in the Eastern Catholic Churches and of Christianity, and its history up the 19th century in the Middle East, will find this an important volume.

In this volume, Boré (1809-1878), who traveled through the Middle East, here offers a study of religious life among the Chaldeans. Much attention is given to religious communities and monasticism, in particular that of the Rabban Hormizd Monastery, about two miles from Alqosh (Iraq), which was also later visited by Budge in 1890. Readers interested in the Eastern Catholic Churches and of Christianity, and its history up the 19th century in the Middle East, will find this an important volume.

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Eugène Boré

  • DE LA VIE RELIGIEUSE CHEZ LES CHALDEENS (page 7)
  • TABLE DES MATIERES (page 112)
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