The Resource Arte de la lengua chiquita

Arte de la lengua chiquita

Label
Arte de la lengua chiquita
Title
Arte de la lengua chiquita
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • spasai
  • spa
Cataloging source
RIBRL
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1696-1768
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Chomé, Ignace
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Manuscripts, Bolivian
  • Manusctipts, Chiquito
  • Chiquito language
  • Chiquito language
  • Chiquito language
  • Indian linguistics
  • Manuscripts
Label
Arte de la lengua chiquita
Link
https://archive.org/details/artedelalenguach00chom
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Ms. codex
  • Title from caption on p. [1]
  • Author's name from ms. annotation at head of p. [315]
  • According to Backer-Somervogel, Ignace Chomé was born in Douai, France in 1696, and entered the Jesuit order in 1714, where he demonstrated an aptitude for languages. He was sent as a missionary to Paraguay in 1727 where he stayed until 1767. On his way back to Europe in 1768, he died en route
  • Place of composition taken from annotation on p. [1] which is now quite faded and written in the same area as caption title. This annotation reads: Del puebla de S[an]. Joseph de Chiquitos
  • Approximate date of composition can be speculated as the decade of the 1730s. A letter from the author to Pere Vanthiennen and dated "De Tarija [Bolivia], le 3 d'octobre 1735" appeared in the Lettres édifiantes et curieuses, écrites des missions etrangeres, par quelques missionnaires de la Compagnie de Jesus, dated Paris, 1739. Another letter from the author to Pere Vanthiennen and dated "A la ville de Las Corrientes [Argentina], ce 26 septembre 1730" also appeared in an earlier edition of Lettres édifiantes et curieuses, écrites des missions etrangeres, par quelques missionnaires de la Compagnie de Jesus, dated Paris, 1736
  • Manuscript consists of the study of the language of the Chiquito Indians of Bolivia including grammar and glossaries
  • Cf. Backer-Somervogel, II: p. cols. 1155-1156
Extent
1 online resource ([452] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy imperfect: many leaves are wormed and stained; some leaves have been encased in mylar.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy originally bound in contemporary mottled boards; all leaves have been removed from the binding with some being encased in mylar and other gatherings have been housed between acid free paper; the spine piece has been discarded but the boards have been retained. All parts of the manuscript are now housed in a phase box.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1039967285
Label
Arte de la lengua chiquita
Link
https://archive.org/details/artedelalenguach00chom
Publication
Note
  • Ms. codex
  • Title from caption on p. [1]
  • Author's name from ms. annotation at head of p. [315]
  • According to Backer-Somervogel, Ignace Chomé was born in Douai, France in 1696, and entered the Jesuit order in 1714, where he demonstrated an aptitude for languages. He was sent as a missionary to Paraguay in 1727 where he stayed until 1767. On his way back to Europe in 1768, he died en route
  • Place of composition taken from annotation on p. [1] which is now quite faded and written in the same area as caption title. This annotation reads: Del puebla de S[an]. Joseph de Chiquitos
  • Approximate date of composition can be speculated as the decade of the 1730s. A letter from the author to Pere Vanthiennen and dated "De Tarija [Bolivia], le 3 d'octobre 1735" appeared in the Lettres édifiantes et curieuses, écrites des missions etrangeres, par quelques missionnaires de la Compagnie de Jesus, dated Paris, 1739. Another letter from the author to Pere Vanthiennen and dated "A la ville de Las Corrientes [Argentina], ce 26 septembre 1730" also appeared in an earlier edition of Lettres édifiantes et curieuses, écrites des missions etrangeres, par quelques missionnaires de la Compagnie de Jesus, dated Paris, 1736
  • Manuscript consists of the study of the language of the Chiquito Indians of Bolivia including grammar and glossaries
  • Cf. Backer-Somervogel, II: p. cols. 1155-1156
Extent
1 online resource ([452] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy imperfect: many leaves are wormed and stained; some leaves have been encased in mylar.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy originally bound in contemporary mottled boards; all leaves have been removed from the binding with some being encased in mylar and other gatherings have been housed between acid free paper; the spine piece has been discarded but the boards have been retained. All parts of the manuscript are now housed in a phase box.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1039967285

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