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Manuel De Almeida Net Worth

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Manuel de Almeida information

Birth date and age[BOD]: 1580-01-01

Death date: 1646-01-01

Profession: Actor
Manuel de Almeida (1580–1646) was a native of Viseu, who entered at an early age into the Society of Jesus, and went out as a missionary to India. He is noted to have travelled to Ethiopia and Eritrea and Lake Tana and built a number of churches and monasteries particularly on the small islands of the lake.In 1622, Almeida was selected by the general of his order as ambassador to the Emperor of Ethiopia, Susenyos. Accompanied by three companions, Almeida left Bassein 28 November of that year for Suakin, and reached Diu two months later, he was delayed at the port of Dhofar from 18 May 1623 to 16 October due to unfavorable winds. At last Almeida departed for Suakin, reaching it 4 December, where he received a pass from the local Pasha to pass through the territories of the Ottoman Empire. He then found passage to Massawa, from whence he made his way to Fremona by way of Debarwa (where he met the governor of Tigray, Ras Keba Krestos), reaching the Catholic base in January 1624.He was well received by Emperor Susenyos, but his successor Fasilides first exiled him and his fellow Jesuits to Fremona in 1633. Almeida was selected, along with Manoel Barradas and two other priests, to return to Goa and seek help from the Portuguese authorities for the missionaries, however, he made slow progress and by the time he reached Diu, most of his fellow Jesuits, who had been subsequently expelled from the country, had caught up with him. Upon returning to India, after thirteen yearsabsence, Almeida was made provincial of his order, and inquisitor. There he died.Almeida wrote a history of Ethiopia, Historia de Etiop?a a Alta ou Abassia, which drew on his own experiences as well as the writings of previous missionaries like Pedro P?ez. The Historia was never published during Almeidas lifetime, but an abridgment and partial revision of Almeidas work by Baltazar T?llez was printed at Coimbra in 1660, an anonymous translation of Tellezs work into English appeared in 1710. Selections from Historia work were translated into English by C.F. Beckingham and G.W.B. Huntingford and published in Some Records of Ethiopia, 1593-1646 (London: Hakluyt Society, 1954).

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