Just fifteen years old, he leaves for Lebanon in March , where he enters into the Societas Jesu on 23 July Following its resurrection in , this order was present in the region since Lammens spends as a pupil of the Jesuit College of Beirut and fulfils his noviciate in a convent north of Beirut during the next two years. During these years, Lammens acquires a profound knowledge of the Arabic language, which he subsequently goes on to teach at the Jesuit College between and
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Lammens, Henri Overview. Publication Timeline. Most widely held works about Henri Lammens. Most widely held works by Henri Lammens. Islam: beliefs and institutions by Henri Lammens Book 40 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide In this book, originally published in , Lammens is primarily concerned with the problem of Mohammad's personality and prophetic career - one of the central issues of Islamic history. He argues that Mohammad's career must be considered within the context of the urban and mercantile society of seventeenth century Mecca and rejects the idea that Islam was principally the creation of a nomadic environment. L'Islam; croyances et institutions by Henri Lammens Book 58 editions published between and in 4 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Lammens, Henri 1862-1937
Between and he taught the Arabic language at the same university. His early published writings are on the subject of Arabic language. In he went to the Jesuit-run universities at Cairo and Alexandria in Egypt to do the same, and returned to Beirut in He also lived in Rome for a while. Lammens was also a frequent contributor to the popular Beirut-based scholarly journal, Al-Machriq.