Between confusion and connivance, the notion of “Armenian”, “Aramean” or “Syriac” on reading Portuguese sources

Abstract : Sources from the modern age concerning non-Indian Christians and Christians who came to India demonstrate an evident confusion between “Armenians” and “Arameans”. This is regrettable as this lack of conceptual clarity makes the link between “Aramean” and “Syriac” vagueness, which has even more problematic consequences.
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Maxime Yevadian. Between confusion and connivance, the notion of “Armenian”, “Aramean” or “Syriac” on reading Portuguese sources. International Historical Research Seminar on the Acts of Judas Thomas, Peter Kannampuzha and Maxime K. Yevadian, Jan 2019, Cochin, India. ⟨hal-02104461⟩

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