Exercises de Saint Ignace en tamoul: sur feuilles de palm: deux tronçons de la nervure du milieu de la feuille forment la...: manuscript
- probably between 1736 and 1774
Scope and Contents
An eight-day devotional on the Exercitia Spiritualia of Saint Ignatius, including an introduction to the Exercises, and sermons. Richard V. De Smet posits that this may be the same text published anonymously in 1864 at Pondicherry under the title Arch Ignaciar Gnana Tiananghel. See de Smet, R. (1991). The Exercises in India: An Early Ignatian Revival. Ignis, 20(4), 191-196. The text is incised on palm leaves and bound with string in wooden boards.
- Rossi, Giacomo Tommaso de, 1701-1774 (Person)
Language of Materials
Text in Tamil. Handwritten title labels in French.
Restrictions on access
Collection open for research; digital version also available.
Restrictions on use
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Italian Jesuit missionary. Giacomo Tommaso de Rossi was an Italian Jesuit active in Sarugani, Tamil Nadu, India from about 1736 to 1774.
1 Volumes (338 pages) : palm leaves ; 45 x 320 mm
Title from handwritten label on front board. Handwritten shelfmark: C.66A.
Bound in wooden boards.
Because the current accessioning system was not used until January 1986, it is not possible to know exactly the dates of acquisition of materials received before that time.
Existence of digital copies
Available digitally. Links are included in the inventory.
- Exercises de Saint Ignace en tamoul: manuscript
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- Jill Thomas
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- 2022: Updated by Noah Sheola following digitization.