The Quest for Eastern Christians (Google eBook)
Most writers have considered that the great European explorations during the Age of Discovery were motivated primarily by a thirst for knowledge of other lands, desire for international trade, or missionary zeal. Professor Rogers demonstrates that there w.
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Medieval Background Western Travelers and Eastern Christians
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The Council of Florence and the Portuguese Princes
Early Latin Chapbooks and the Christians of the Indies
The Christians of Ethiopia and India in Vernacular Verse
Portugal Prester John and the Christians of St Thomas
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