|Embassies to China : diplomacy and cultural encounters before the Opium Wars|
|Author||Keevak, Michael, 1962-|
|Pub. Location||Singapore||Publisher||Palgrave Macmillan|
|Date||2017||Phys. Desc.||dig.pdf. (x, 162 p. : ill. (some col.)|
|Location||Digital Archives||Call Number||DS754.18.K44 2017eb|
|Embassies to China : diplomacy and cultural encounters before the Opium Wars / Michael Keevak.|
Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-158) and index.
Chapter keywords (OCLC record):
Introduction. Making "Peace" with the East; The Pope's Two Letters; Carpini; Rubruck; Ascelin; The Mongols and Religion; An Embassy of Peace; Making Peace; Nestorianism; Christians and Others; Portugal and "Empire"; Tomé Pires; A Tale of Two Brothers; The Folangji; Padrões; Markers of "Discovery"; China as Empire?; Chinese Padrões?; The Portuguese as Inheritors; The King's Letter; The Portuguese Expulsion; Holland and "Trade"; Nieuhof; Trade and Tribute; Dutch Distortions; Schall Magalhães The Dutch Governor's Letter; The Chinese Translation; Divine Commerce; The Emperor's Decree; The Dutch Departure; References; The Pope's "Religion"; The Rites Controversy; Tournon's Motives; The Emperor's Intervention; True vs. False Missionaries; Mezzabarba; The Emperor's Skepticism; Christianity as Heterodox; "Of no consequence"; Russia and "Diplomacy"; The Treaty of Nerchinsk; "Mutual commerce"; Tulišen; Lange; Lange as "consul"; Permanent or Temporary?; "Mr. Agent"; The Treaty of Kiakhta; The Caravans Depart.
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