In AD 190, Pantaenus from Alexandria visited these Christians.
He found that they were using the Gospel of Matthew in the Hebrew language.
Around AD 522, an Egyptian monk, Cosmas Indicopleustes, visited the Malabar Coast.
He mentions Christians in Malabar (Kerala), in his book Christian Topography.
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