|Following the footsteps of the Jesuits in Beijing : a guide to sites of Jesuit work and influence in Beijing|
|Author||Meynard, Thierry 梅謙立|
|Pub. Location||St. Louis, MO||Publisher||Institute of Jesuit Sources|
|Date||2006||Phys. Desc.||vi, 120 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 19 cm. + pdf|
|Location||Digital Archives, and Director's Office||Call Number||DS795.7.M497 2006|
|Following the footsteps of the Jesuits in Beijing : a guide to sites of Jesuit work and influence in Beijing / Thierry Meynard, S.J.|
Cover title also in Chinese: Zai Beijing bulü Yesuhui zhi zuji 在北京步履耶穌會之足跡.
Bibliography: p. -120.
Foreword. Site 1: South Church. Site 2: Forbidden City. Site 3: First National Historical Archives. Site 4: Tomb of Matteo Ricci at Zhalan. Site 5: China Millennium Monument. Site 6: Chapel at the Former Zhengfusi Cemetery. Site 7: East Church.
Site 8: Astronomical Observatory. Site 9: National Library. Site 10: Beijing Art Museum of Stone Carvings at Five Towers Temple. Site 11: North Church. Site 12: Temple of Confucius.
Site 13: Lama Temple. Site 14: Old Summer Palace. Site 15: Chabanel Language School--Original Location. Site 16: Zhoukoudian Archaeological Site. Conclusion: To Follow the Cosmic Christ. Appendix A: The Most Famous Jesuits in Beijing. Appendix B: The Most Famous Chinese Converts. Appendix C: Chinese Dynasties and Emperors. Appendix D: Main Events Related to the Jesuits.
Local access dig.pdf. [Meynard-Footsteps.pdf]