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Supplement to Kirishitan bunko

Johannes Laures

Supplement to Kirishitan bunko

by Johannes Laures

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Published by Sophia University in Tōkyō .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Missions. -- Bibliography.,
  • Jesuits -- Japan. -- Bibliography.,
  • Missions -- Japan -- Bibliography.,
  • Printing -- Japan -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Author"s name also in Japanese.

    Other titlesKirishitan bunko
    Statementby Johannes Laures.
    GenreBibliography.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16354725M

    Japan Kirishitan sect AL history (Iwanami Bunko blue ) () ISBN: X [Japanese Import] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Japan Kirishitan sect AL history (Iwanami Bunko blue ) () ISBN: X [Japanese Import]Format: Paperback Bunko.   According to an Oct. 12 article in the Asahi Shimbun, an average 20 percent of the books lent out by libraries in Tokyo Prefecture are bunko. At the Arakawa Ward library the portion is 26 percent.

    Bunko or bunko-bon is the widely used Japanese term for a book that is a small-format paperback book designed to be affordable, portable and not take up too much shelf space. The format has a long and interesting history going back to books designed to fit into the sleeves of . The Laures Rare Book Database & Virtual Library, Kirishitan Bunko, Sophia University is a catalogue and digital gallery containing the works of Jesuit and other missionaries to Japan. The Laures database has been revised from Laures's seminal descriptive catalogue (, 2nd ed.). On the other hand Virtual Library displays rare materials.

    African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education. On October 2–5, , our own Sophia University will host Historical Legacies of Christianity in East Asia, an international workshop and symposium program cosponsored by the Kirishitan Bunko (Sophia University) and the Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History (University of San Francisco).


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Supplement to Kirishitan bunko by Johannes Laures Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genre/Form: Bibliography History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Laures, Johannes, Supplement to Kirishitan bunko. Tōkyō: Sophia University.

1) J. Laures, Kirishitan Bunko, A Mantal of Books and Documents on the Early Christian Missions in Japan, Toky6, ; Shanghai, (facsimile reprint). 2) J. Laures, Supplement to Kirishitan Bunko. JOHANNES LAURES, S. J.: Kirishitan Bunko -g fij 3£ fi # g, A Manual of Books and Documents on the Early Christian Missions in Japan, with special reference to the principal libraries in Japan and more particularly to the Collection at Sophia University, Tokyo.

Monumenta Nipponica Monographs, Sophia University, Tokyo,   The Laures Kirishitan Bunko Database is a highly useful resource including digitized versions of Johannes Laures’s Kirishitan Bunko (first published in ), copious bibliographical information on some texts, extensive descriptions of those texts, cross-references to modern day research and reprints, and image files for some of the.

Kirishitan bunko = Kirishitan bunko: a manual of books and documents on the early Christian missions in Japan, with special reference to the principal libraries in Japan and more particularly to the collection at Sophia University, Tōkyō, with an appendix of ancient maps of the Far East, especially Japan by Johannes Laures (Book).

Johannes Laures, Kirishitan bunko: A Manual of Books and Documents on the Early Chris- tian Missions in Japan, 3rd edition (T okyo: Sophia University, ), no. 16 (12), 51– An. Therefore it was called the book of Gerson during the Kirishitan period.

According to the annual report of the Society of Jesus in Japan in the year ofthe translation work of this book was already under way, and Pope Sextus V gave his blessing to Japanese.

in the Kirishitan Era in Japan (6/6) - The Fresh Spirit of Ignatius - Satoru Obara, S. Tokyo: Sophia University, Kirishitan Bunko, The book of hand manuscripts with pages was found in the twentieth century in the collection of the Swedish Queen Christina, who abdicated the throne for the sake of her faith.

While teaching at the college in Funai, Gomez, under the direction of Valignano, set his hand to the task of drafting the Compendium to be used as a textbook. The Deshima Dagregisters (n. 27 above), XII, pp. 95, ; Bowring, In Search (n.

23 above), p. ; H. Walravens, A Japanese Herbal in the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine: A Contribution to the History of the Transfer of Scientific Knowledge from Europe to Japan, Wiesbaden,pp.

7–8; K. Matsuda, ‘The Reception and Spread of Dodonaeus’ Cruydt-boek in Japan’, in. Get this from a library. Kirishitan bunko: a manual of books and documents on the early Crhistian missions in Japan with special reference to the principal libraries in Japan and more particularly to the collection at Sophia University, Tokyo.

[Johannes Laures]. Johannes Laures: Kirishitan bunko. A manual of books and documents on the early Christian mission in Japan. With special reference to the principal libraries in Japan and more particularly to the collection at Sophia University, Tokyo.

With an appendix of ancient maps of the Far East, especially Japan. 3., rev. and enlarged, ed. Tokyo, The amount of Western literature dealing with Japan. The third international workshop was held at the Kirishitan Bunko Library of Sophia University in Tokyo from OctoberTo see a list of the Senior and Junior Scholars who participated, click a flyer about the workshop, click here.

A bunkoban (文庫版) edition refers to a tankōbon printed in bunko format, or a typical Japanese novel-sized volume. Bunkoban are generally A6 size ( × mm) and thicker than tankōbon and, in the case of manga, usually have a new cover designed specifically for the release. Second Supplement to Kirishitan Bunko upper corner is badly damaged There are Read Online Damaged Pecador - Read Book Damaged Pecador books Damaged Pecador now is not type of challenging means.

You could not forlorn going in the manner of book addition or library or borrowing from your contacts to edit them. This. Get this from a library. Kirishitan bunko = Kirishitan bunko: a manual of books and documents on the early Christian missions in Japan, with special reference to the principal libraries in Japan and more particularly to the collection at Sophia University, Tōkyō, with an appendix of ancient maps of the Far East, especially Japan.

[Johannes Laures]. The database is divided into three main sections for visitors, Essays (hypertext of Laures’ Kirishitan Bunko), Sources (bibliographic data, maps, maps, images, manuscripts, and other objects), and Texts (images of manuscripts and transcribed texts).

These categories can be at times a little opaque, but more useful, I think is that all of the. Get this from a library. Kirishitan bunko; a manual of books and documents on the early Christian missions in Japan.

With special reference to the principal libraries in Japan and more particularly to the collection at Sophia University, Tōkyō. Tōkyō, Sophia University, [Johannes Laures].

Kirishitan Bunko Library Laures Rare Book Database and Virtual Library. Online Resources. Sophia Central Library. Moodle (eLearning / Course Management System) Handbook for Foreign Students. Sophia Network. Outside Links.

Members of the GPGS play key roles in these organizations: Asian Studies Conference Japan. Anthropology of Japan in Japan. Laures' Kirishitan Bunko, for in many ways the two books are complementary.

Whereas Kirishitan Bunko meticulously catalogues all the works known to have been printed on the Jesuit press during its period in Japan, II6I4, Professor Doi's book makes a general survey of the Jesuits' approach to the Japa-nese language and then considers, in.

Kirishitan Bunko: A Manual of Books and Documents on the Early Christian Mission in Japan Hardcover – January 1, by Johannes Laures (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" Author: Johannes Laures.The Second Supplement to Kirishitan Bunko says on p. 5 (n. 26) that Mr. Paul C. Blum, T6ky6, had purchased a copy of Flosculi (Nagasaki ) at Milan in March, Fr. Joseph Franz Schiitte, S. J., Rome, made it known that in he dis-covered a copy of this volume in .gives the items of the stock of books in the Jesuit dispensary at Macao, which were destined for the use of the Jesuit missionaries in Japan; the second list is the catalogue of the library of Diogo Correa Valente (better Cf.

TJ. Laures, Supplement to Kirishitan Bunko, pp.