Tag: 19th century

Manuscripts saved from the Islamic State by a Dominican friar, to be exhibited in Rome

What motivated the Dominicans in the 18th century to establish a community at the heart of the Nineveh Plains? An exposition at the Dominican friary of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva in Rome, which runs until June 17, offers a collection of Iraqi manuscripts never shown to the public before—dating from between the 13th and 19th centuries—as well as exceptional photographs from the old photo archive of the Dominican friary in Mosul (Iraq).

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