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Ricci, Matteo, 1552-1610

LC control no.n 81005150
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Personal name headingRicci, Matteo, 1552-1610
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Variant(s)Li, Ma-tou, 1552-1610
Li-ma-tou, 1552-1610
Li, Madou, 1552-1610
Limadou, 1552-1610
Ri, Matō, 1552-1610
Ricci, Matthieu, 1552-1610
Richchi, Matteo, 1552-1610
Риччи, Маттео, 1552-1610
Rīchī, Mātiʼū
Rīchī, Mātiyū
Ritchi, Mateo, 1552-1610
ريچى، ماتئو
ريچى، ماتيو
利瑪竇, 1552-1610
Associated countryItaly
LocatedBeijing (China)
Birth date1552
Death date1610
Field of activityChristianity
Profession or occupationPriests Missionaries
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inChang, F.C. Li Ma-tou tsai Chung-kuo, 1983.
Matteo Ricci, Li Madou, c1996: p. 7, etc. (Jesuit missionary on China, 15th-16th century; Li Madou is Chinese phonetic transcription of his name.
Missii︠a︡ iezuitov v Kitae, 2001: t.p. (Matteo Richchi [Cyrillic])
Tenshu shugi, 2004: t.p. (Mateo Ritchi [in kana]) p. 10 (Ri Matō; r)
Chīnʹnāmah, 2008: t.p. (ماتىو رىچى = Mātiyū Rīchī) facing t.p. (Iranian CIP data: Rīchī, Mātiʼū)
Matteo Ricci, 2019: title page (Matteo Ricci) cover page 4 (1552-1610; Italian Jesuit priest and missionary who introduced Christianity to the Ming empire; lived in Beijing from 1601 until his death)