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  • Author:
    Father Jerome Lobo
  • ISBN:
    1600961029
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    978-1600961021
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    Waking Lion Press (August 17, 2006)
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    140 pages
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The manner of letting farms in Abyssinia differs much from that of other countries: the farmer, when the harvest is almost ripe, invites the chumo or steward, who is appointed to make an estimate of the value of each year's.

The manner of letting farms in Abyssinia differs much from that of other countries: the farmer, when the harvest is almost ripe, invites the chumo or steward, who is appointed to make an estimate of the value of each year's product, to his house, entertains him in the most agreeable manner he can; makes him a present, and then takes him t. The adventures of the Portuguese, and the actions of Don Christopher de Gama in Aethiopia. About the beginning of the sixteenth century arose a Moor near the Cape of Gardafui, who, by the assistance of the forces sent him from Moca by the Arabs and Turks, conquered almost all Abyssinia, and founded the kingdom of Adel.

A Voyage to Abyssinia book. Father Lobo was nine years in Abyssinia, from the age of thirty-one to the age of forty, and this was the adventurous time of his life. The death of the Emperor Segued put an end to the protection that had given the devoted missionaries, in the midst of dangers, a precarious hold upon their work. When he and his comrades fell into the hands of.

Translated from the French by Samuel Johnson, L. A Voyage to Abyssinia: By Father Jerome Lobo, a Portuguese Missionary. To which are Added, Various Other Tracts by the Same Author,. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения.

Let the judicious reader celebrate them. JEROME LOBO (1593-1678) was born in Lisbon and spent much of his life traveling the East as a missionary. British essayist and critic DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON (1709-1784) created the first English dictionary, published in 1755.

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Father Lobo was nine years in Abyssinia, from the age of thirty-one to the age of forty, and this was the adventurous time of his life. When he and his comrades fell into the hands of the Turks at Massowah, his vigour of body and mind, his readiness of resource, and his fidelity, marked him out as the one to be sent to the headquarters in India to secure the payment of a ransom for his companions.

Jeronimo Lobo was born in Lisbon in the year 1593. He reached Goa, as his book tells, in 1622, and was in 1624, at the age of thirty-one, told off as one of the missionaries to be employed in the conversion of the Abyssinians. After passing through the studies by which Jesuits were trained for missionary work, which included special attention to the arts of speaking and writing, Father Lobo was sent as a missionary to India at the age of twenty- eight, in the year 1621. He reached Goa, as his book tells, in 1622, and was in 1624, at the age of thirty-one, told off as one of the missionaries to be employed in the conversion of the Abyssinians

A 17th-century work by a Portuguese priest who spent nine years as a missionary in Abyssinia. This unique work of both travel and religious writing examines the customs, dress, and hospitality of a truly ancient and alien civilization.