by Arthur J. Maclean and William H. Browne
(first published in London - 1892)
The Catholicos of the East and His People was written by Arthur J. Maclean and William H. Browne while on leave in England following five years of service in the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Assyrian Mission among the Assyrians of Persia and Turkey. It was published in London in 1892. This book focuses mainly on the daily life and customs of the Assyrians, as well as the religious practices of their church.
Though this book is written about the Nestorian Church, it is interesting to note what it says about the Church of the East, Catholicose and the Patriarch of Antioch.