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Longobardi, Niccolò, 1565-1655

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    • Long, Huamin, 1565-1655
    • Longobardo, Nicola, 1565-1655
    • Longobardus, Nicolaus, 1565-1655
    • Lung, Hua-min, 1565-1655
    • 龍華民, 1565-1655
    • Longobardo, Nicolò, 1565-1655
    • Longobardi, Nicholas, 1565-1655
    • Lombard, Nicolas, 1565-1655
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1565-09-10Gesuiti siciliani del '600 nel Celeste Impero, 2014
    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1565Interpretazione del terremoto, 1988
    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1559Biographical dictionary of Chinese Christianity, via WWW, July 19, 2017
    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1565-09-10Italian Wikipedia, July 19, 2017
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1655-12-11Gesuiti siciliani del '600 nel Celeste Impero, 2014
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1655Interpretazione del terremoto, 1988
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1654Biographical dictionary of Chinese Christianity, via WWW, July 19, 2017
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1654-09-05Italian Wikipedia, July 19, 2017
    • Has Affiliation

        • Affiliation Start: 1581
        • Affiliation End: 1655
        • Organization: (naf) Jesuits
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Caltagirone (Italy)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Beijing (China)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Italy
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) China
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Long, Huamin, 1565-1655
  • Sources

    • found: Interpretazione del terremoto, 1988:title page (Long Huamin (Padre Nicola Longobardo da Caltagirone)) preface (Italian missionary; born 1565 in Caltagirone; died 1655 in Peking; Chinese name: Lung Hua-min)
    • found: Kong ji ge zhi, between 1912 and 1949?:title page (龍華民 = Long Huamin)
    • found: Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm. Discours sur la théologie naturelle des Chinois, 2002:title page (mit einem Anhang: Nicolas Longobardi, Traité sur quelques points de la religion des Chinois)
    • found: Gesuiti siciliani del '600 nel Celeste Impero, 2014:page 59 (Niccolò Longobardo da Caltagirone; Sicilian Jesuit (1565-1655)) page 60 (Niccolò Longobardo; born September 10, 1565, in Caltagirone, Sicily; the author of this essay states that he is adhering to those facts about Longobardo's life that are nowadays regarded as certain, but "there is no lack of debate concerning his date of birth"; he notes additionally that some sources give Longobardo's family name as "Longobardi" instead of "Longobardo") page 61 (entered the Jesuit order in 1581 in Messina) page 63 (Niccolò Longobardo died December 11, 1655, in Peking) page 64 (in his Chinese publications, he used the name Long Huamin)
    • found: OPAC SBN, Catalogo del Servizio bibliotecario nazionale, viewed online on July 7, 2020(authorized access point: Longobardi, Niccolò; other data in authority record: Jesuit missionary; born 1565; died 1655; variant forms of name: Long, Huamin; Longobardo, Nicolò; Longobardus, Nicolaus; Lombard, Nicolas)
    • found: Backer-Sommervogel:volume 4, column 1931 (Longobardi, Nicolas; Italian Jesuit; missionary in China; born 1566; died 1654 or 1655)
    • found: Biographical dictionary of Chinese Christianity, viewed online on July 7, 2020(Nicolò Longobardo, 1559-1654; longest-serving Jesuit missionary in China during the late Ming and early Qing dynasties; he arrived at Shaozhou from Macau in 1591 and served as Lazarus Cattaneo's assistant; in 1610, Matteo Ricci summoned him to Beijing, and, when Ricci died, Longobardo succeeded him. Longobardo was among a minority of Jesuit missionaries who objected to Ricci's adoption of Tian and Shangdi (terms found in the Confucian classics) as translations for the Latin Deus (God); he was still giving sermons at the Southern Cathedral when he was nearing 90) -
    • found: BeWeb (Beni Ecclesiastici in web; website of the Conferenza Episcopale Italiana's Ufficio Nazionale per i beni culturali ecclesiastici e l'edilizia di culto), viewed July 7, 2020(Niccolo Longobardi, 1565-1655; Nicola Longobardo; Sicilian Jesuit and missionary; born 1565; died December 11, 1655, in Peking) -
    • found: CERL thesaurus (Consortium of European Research Libraries), viewed online on July 7, 2020(Longobardi, Nicolò (1559-1654)) -
    • found: English Wikipedia, viewed July 7, 2020(Nicolò Longobardo (1559-1654); Chinese name [romanized]: Long Huamin = 龍華民 ; Sicilian Jesuit in China in the 17th century. He arrived there in 1597, and was sent to the area of Shaozhou. He became the successor of Matteo Ricci in 1610 as Superior General of the Jesuit China mission. He was replaced as Superior by Giovanni Aroccia in 1622, but continued preaching in China until around 90 years of age. The Jesuit's name also appears in historical sources as Nicholas Longobardi and Niccolo Longobardi, with the birth and death years given as 1565-1655)
    • found: Italian Wikipedia, viewed July 7, 2020(Niccolò Longobardi; Italian Jesuit; born September 10, 1565, in Caltagirone; died September 5, 1654, in Beijing)
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  • Change Notes

    • 1995-09-05: new
    • 2020-08-01: revised
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