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This volume brings together letters and other documents dealing with the Anglican Mission and the Church of East.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-842-7
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Jul 5,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 287
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61719-842-7
$186.00
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In the second half of the nineteenth century, the Church of England sent teachers to the Church of the East community in the Middle East, and this group and their work were known as the Archbishop’s Mission. This volume brings together letters and other documents dealing with the Mission and the Christians of the region. It will prove valuable to readers interested in travel and missionary literature, history (including political history) of the region, information on the doctrine, practice, and character of members of the Church of the East, the school at Urmia and the press there, Eastern Christian liturgical matters, and the study of Syriac. A number of illustrations, both of people and of locales, are included, as is a list of staff at the Mission and an index of proper names and subjects.

In the second half of the nineteenth century, the Church of England sent teachers to the Church of the East community in the Middle East, and this group and their work were known as the Archbishop’s Mission. This volume brings together letters and other documents dealing with the Mission and the Christians of the region. It will prove valuable to readers interested in travel and missionary literature, history (including political history) of the region, information on the doctrine, practice, and character of members of the Church of the East, the school at Urmia and the press there, Eastern Christian liturgical matters, and the study of Syriac. A number of illustrations, both of people and of locales, are included, as is a list of staff at the Mission and an index of proper names and subjects.

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F. Heazell

Jessie Margoliouth

David S. Margoliouth

  • INTRODUCTION (page 7)
  • CONTENTS (page 9)
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS (page 11)
  • ASSYRIAN CHRISTIANS IN KURDISTAN CHAPTER I (page 15)
  • CHAPTER II : ARRIVAL OF THE SISTERS OF BETHANY (page 49)
  • CHAPTER III : THE SCHOOL AT URMI (page 72)
  • CHAPTER IV : MISSION DIFFICULTIES (page 96)
  • CHAPTER V : SHAQIATI (page 120)
  • CHAPTER VI : THE MURDER OF THE BISHOP MAR GAURIEL AND HIS COMPANIONS BY THE KURDS (page 143)
  • CHAPTER VII: MOUNTAIN NEWS (page 161)
  • CHAPTER VIII : THE FAMILY OF MAR SHIMUN (page 187)
  • CHAPTER IX :VAN VILLAGES (page 211)
  • CHAPTER X : THE CATHOLICOS AND HIS RELATIVES (page 229)
  • CHAPTER XI : LIST OF BOOKS PRINTED AT THE MISSION PRESS IN URMI, WITH SOME NOTES ON THE LITURGIES (page 259)
  • THE MISSION STAFF, PAST AND PRESENT (page 281)
  • INDEX (page 282)
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