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Jerome Xavier (Seventeenth Century)

Xavier, Jerome (zav’ē-ėr; Span. pron., Hä-vē-ār’). A Spanish Jesuit missionary and writer of the seventeenth century; born in Navarre; died in Goa. He wrote both in Latin and in Persian. Among his chief works are: ‘A Treatise on the Mysteries of Christianity’ (1600); a ‘Life of the Apostles’; a ‘History of Jesus Christ’; and a ‘Directory of Kings for the Government of their Subjects.’