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         Ricci Matteo:     more books (98)
  1. The Memory Palace of Matteo Ricci by Jonathan D. Spence, 1985-09-03
  2. A Jesuit in the Forbidden City: Matteo Ricci, 1552-1610 by R. Po-chia Hsia, 2010-11-01
  3. On Friendship: One Hundred Maxims for a Chinese Prince by Matteo Ricci, 2009-08-26
  4. Strange Names of God: The Missionary Translation of the Divine Name and the Chinese Responses to Matteo Ricci's "Shangti" in Late Ming China, 1583-1644 (Studies in Biblical Literature) (v. 70) by Sangkeun Kim, 2005-09-30
  5. Matteo Ricci's Scientific Contribution to China (China Studies) by Henri Bernard, 1973-12
  6. The Wise Man From the West : Matteo Ricci and his Mission to China by Vincent Cronin, 1984-01-01
  7. True Meaning of the Lord of Heaven (Jesuit Primary Sources in English Translations Series I : No. 6) by Matteo S. Ricci, Douglas Lancashire, et all 1985-06
  8. Stitching Porcelain: After Matteo Ricci in 16th Century China (New Directions Paperbook) by Deborah Larsen, 1991-04
  9. Vorstoss zum Drachenthron: Matteo Ricci (China) : [1552-1610 : der Mandarin des Himmels in China] (Missionare, die Geschichte machten) (German Edition) by Ernst Sturmer, 1978
  10. Matteo Ricci, le lettre d'Occident (Histoire) (French Edition) by Etienne Ducornet, 1992
  11. Matteo Ricci: Den Chinesen Chinese sein : ein Missionar sucht neue Wege (Topos Taschenbucher) (German Edition) by Johann Hoffmann-Herreros, 1990
  12. Formation and Evolution of Galaxy Disks: Proceedings of a Conference Organized by the Vatican Observatory Held at the Centro Convegni Matteo Ricci in Rome, ... Society of the Pacific Conference)
  13. Die religiöse Akkommodation des Pater Matteo Ricci (German Edition) by Andreas Hönicke, 2007-09-05
  14. Lettere Inedite Di Massimo D'azeglio A Suo Genero Matteo Ricci (1878) (Italian Edition) by Massimo D'Azeglio, 2010-02-23

1. Ricci, Matteo
Matteo Ricci. Founder of the Catholic missions of China, b. at Macerata in the Papal States, 6 Oct. 1552; d. at Peking, 11 May, 1610.

2. Matteo Ricci, S.J.
Matteo Ricci, S.J. (1552 to 1610) and his contributions to science in China

3. Chinese Cultural Studies Matteo Ricci On Chinese Government
Main Other Chinese Web Sites Chinese Cultural Studies Matteo Ricci On Chinese Government, Selection from his Journals (15831610 CE)

4. Fondazione Matteo Ricci
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5. The Memory Palace Of Matteo Ricci
The Memory Palace of Matteo Ricci

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7. Matteo Ricci
Ricci, Matteo , 15521610, Italian missionary to China. He entered the Society of Jesus, and in Rome he studied under Clavius.

8. Seattle University - Matteo Ricci College
Home Learning and teaching Colleges and Schools Matteo Ricci College

9. Zenit News Agency - The World Seen From Rome
Rome, symbol of the unification of Italy, celebrates one of her brilliant sons, Jesuit Father Matteo Ricci. Matteo Ricci was born in Macerata

10. October 6 China-bound Matteo Ricci Born
Matteo Ricci's birth

11. Matteo Ricci - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Matteo Ricci (left) and Xu Guangqi(?) (right) in the. Matteo Ricci (left) and Xu Guangqi( Map of the Far East by Matteo Ricci in 1602 Enlarge
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Matteo Ricci
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Matteo Ricci (left) and Xu Guangqi (徐光啟) (right) in the Chinese edition of Euclid's Elements Map of the Far East by Matteo Ricci in 1602 Matteo Ricci Matteo Ricci Macerata October 6 Peking May 11 ... pinyin : L¬ Mǎd²u) was an Italian Jesuit priest whose missionary activity in China during the Ming Dynasty marked the beginning of modern Chinese Christianity . He is still recognized as one of the greatest missionaries to China. The church he built remains the largest Catholic church to survive the Cultural Revolution Ricci arrived in south China in , and at Beijing in , where he presented himself at the Imperial court of Wanli . Not only could he write in difficult ancient Chinese, he was also renowned for his great understanding of Chinese culture. Unlike missionaries in South Asia, he found that Chinese culture was strongly tied to Confucian values and concluded that Christianity had to be adapted to Chinese culture in order to take root. Ricci was the first to translate the Confucian Classics into a western language, Latin; in fact 'Confucius' was Ricci's own Latinisation. He called himself a

12. Matteo Ricci - Wikimedia Commons
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13. Matteo Ricci
Matteo Ricci Born 6Oct-1552 Birthplace Macerata, Italy Died 11-May-1610 Location of death Beijing, China Cause of death unspecified. Gender Male
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Birthplace: Macerata, Italy
Died: 11-May-1610
Location of death: Beijing, China
Cause of death: unspecified
Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Ethnicity: White
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Executive summary: Jesuit missionary to China Italian missionary to China, born of a noble family at Macerata in the March of Ancona on the 7th of October 1552. After some education at a Jesuit college in his native town he went to study law at Rome, where in 1571, in opposition to his father's wishes, he joined the Society of Jesus. In 1577 Ricci and other students offered themselves for the East Indian missions. Ricci, without visiting his family to take leave, proceeded to Portugal. His comrades were Rudolfo Acquaviva, Nicolas Spinola, Francesco Pasio and Michele Ruggieri, all afterwards, like Ricci himself, famous in the Jesuit annals. They arrived at Goa in September 1578. After four years spent in India, Ricci was summoned to the task of opening China to evangelization. During his stay here Ricci was convinced that a mistake had been made in adopting a dress resembling that of the bonzes, a class who were the objects either of superstition or of contempt. With the sanction of the visitor it was ordered that in future the missionaries should adopt the costumes of Chinese literates, and, in fact, they before long adopted Chinese manners altogether.

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ricci matteo. Born 6 Oct 1552 in Macerata, Papal States (now Italy) Died 11 May 1610 in Peking, China. Matteo Ricci was born in Macerata, Italy in 1552.
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Born: 6 Oct 1552 in Macerata, Papal States (now Italy)
Died: 11 May 1610 in Peking, China
Matteo Ricci was born in Macerata, Italy in 1552. He entered the Jesuits and in 1583 he arrived in China. Ricci moved to Shao-chou in China and began to teach Chinese scholars the mathematical ideas that he had learnt from his teacher Clavius . This is perhaps the first time that European mathematics and Chinese mathematics had interacted and it must be seen as an important event. He became fluent in the Chinese language, and adoped Chinese dress and a Chinese name, Li Ma-teu. He studied Chinese science and mathematics, and made western science and mathematics available to Chinese scholars. introduced trigonometric and astronomical instruments, and translated the first six books of Euclid into Chinese. The Chinese geometrical works for which he is remembered were books on the astrolabe, the sphere, measures and isoperimetrics. But especially important was his Chinese version of the first six books of Euclid's Elements, which was written in collaboration with one of his pupils. Entitled A first textbook of geometry, this work assures Ricci an important place in the history of mathematics

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Autore: Ricci Matteo Quodlibet, 2001 Autore: Ricci Matteo Quodlibet, 2000 Lettere dalla Cina (1584-1608) Autore: Ricci Matteo Transeuropa, 1999 Questioni di carattere. La tipografia in Italia dal 1861 agli anni Settanta Autori: Rattin Manuela Ricci Matteo Nuovi Equilibri, 1997 La china. Ediz. spagnola Autore: Ricci Matteo Franco Maria Ricci, 1989 China. Ediz. inglese Autore: Ricci Matteo Franco Maria Ricci, 1984 Autore: Ricci Matteo Libri Scheiwiller, 1983 Autori: Ricci Matteo Trigault Nicolas San Paolo Edizioni, 1983 La Chine. Ediz. francese Autore: Ricci Matteo Franco Maria Ricci, 1982

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18. New Book Shares Chinese/Foreigners’ Views Of Each Other
One of the stories is about the alarm clocks Italian missionary ricci matteo (15521610) presented to Chinese Emperor Wanli of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
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Days gone by no longer seem real. But they linger in a smile, a cup of wine, the smell of grass, raindrops on window panes, a scar, a melody... the memories are almost tangible, they make life real and meaningful. This is how Li Jingze felt as he read Civilization and Capitalism 15-18 Centuries by Fernand Braudel (1902-85). Li, 37, a prose writer and literary critic, was convinced by what he was reading that historical figures and incidents in the limelight were not as important as the masses of everyday people, whose ordinary lives, beliefs, wisdom, courage and inspiration - and greed and foolishness - was what really made up history. He made up his mind to search into the very corners of history for traces of these people's lives - and the results of his search have been revealed in his book Mutual Glances, Secret Liaisons The book contains a dozen stories, which reveal the different views Chinese people and their foreign counterparts have about the same issues, or how Chinese people viewed foreign things and from what points of view foreign people looked at what they saw in China. The first is called "Pillow-Book, Poor Persian and Pearl," immediately making readers wonder what the relationship is between the three factors and why the writer puts them together.

19. Matteo Ricci
Matteo Ricci, Writings and Translations in Chinese 974 pages, 150 x 215 mm ISBN 962937-072-7 Price HK$418 plus Postage HK$40
Matteo Ricci, Writings and Translations in Chinese
974 pages, 150 x 215 mm
ISBN: 962-937-072-7
Price: HK$418 plus Postage HK$40
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