Dear Admin: Thank you very much for the link …
Comment posted ‘Jornada of Dom Alexis de Menezes: A Portuguese account of the Sixteenth century Malabar’ edited by Dr. Pius Malekandathil by John Mathew.
Thank you very much for the link to W. Germann’s book — I had been searching for this for a while (e.g., he apparently talks about a side-community of Manichaeans living along side the Nasranis, perhaps the original ancestors of the Knanaya?).
I’ll try to put it through Google Translate and see what I can learn.
By the way, if anyone else possesses similar docs written in foreign European languages, I think Google Translate works well enough to enable a rough translation.
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