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1678) Balthasar de Sancto Josepho (Baltasar de San Jos y Pea, fl. 1616-1677) Barnabas de Gambellara (1605-1660) Barnabas de Caprile (d. 17th cent.) Basilius d Aire (Basile d Aire/tienne Godin, ca. 1625) Basilius de San-Severino (Basilio di San-Severino, d. 1559-15 March 1630) Benedictus Gualdinus (Benedict Kelsternbasset, 1625-1698) Benedictus Genuensis (Benedetto de Barbieri, d. 2287 (Books 3-19) & 16098; Hereford Cathedral Library O. Het lapidarium in de Middelnederlandse vertaling van Bartholomaeus Anglicus De proprietatibus rerum, in: Kennis-maken. Veltman (Hilversum: Verloren, 2008), 27-48; Patrick Gautier Dalch, Reprsentations gographiques de l Europe septentrionale, centrale et orientale au Moyen Age, in: Europa im Weltbild des Mittelalters. His sermon held at the council on 6 December 1562 was subsequently published in Bressanone. van den Wyngaert, `Barthlemy de Salutio', DHGE (1925), 1025f; Dict. Santinelli, Il beato Bartolomeo Cordoni e le fonti della sua mistica (Citt di Castello, 1930); A. Preacher and confessor, as well as commissioner of the Observant Milan province. Went over to the Observants, following the example of Bernardin of Siena. Active as the papal ambassador in Constantinople (together with Albert of Sarteano, John of Capistran and some other friars) to establish a union with the Greek church. 1278, edited in: Anchiennes chroniques del Wavrin, ed. Francesco di Bologna; in attesa di pubblicazione); M. Jansen, Zur Philosophie der Skotisten des 17 Jahrunderts, in "Franziskanische Studien", 23 (1936), pp. Die Prinzipien der lex aeterna, (Franziskanische Forschungen, 18), Dietrich-Coelde-Verlag, Werl/Westfalia 1964; S. Bartolomeo Mastri (1602-1673) e il suo tempo, Fonti e studi francescani, 11, Studi 1 (Padua, 2002) [cf. Already before that, the Duke of Lorraine had commissioned Louis Hugo to write a more favorable history of the Dukes of Lorraine, to counter the picture rising up from earlier works by Benot. Bernardini Senensis Opera Omnia () Studio et Cura Patrum Collegii S. (Ad Claras Aquas/ Quaracchi, 1950-1965), Volume VII. De variis Iudiciis et Tormentis inflictis Peccatoribus in Adventu iusti Iudicis Iesu Christi. late 17th cent.) Balthasar de Victoria (Baltasar de Vitoria, fl. 1795) Benedictus Leomontanis (Benedictus von Lwenberg, ca. Een bloemlezing uit de middelnederlandse artesliteratuur, ed. Wrote about the council, church reform and related religious matters, and presented the works of providence in the history of the Roman church and the papacy. [For the works that are in need of new edition, see F. Teetaert, Barthlemy de Castello, DHGE VI, 992-993; DSpir I, 1266-1267; Paola Zambelli, Bartolomeo di Castello, DBI 6 (1964), 707a-708b [nog checken]; P. Author of the popular Interrogatorium sive Confessionale (1474), organized according to the schemata of Antoninus of Florence and inspired by the Summa of Angelus Carleti de Chivasso OFM. It was recommended to the clergy on the synods of Basel (1503) and Augsburg (1548). Present at the eucumenical meetings held to this purpose at Constantinople-Venice, 1437-38 and Ferrara-Florence, 1438-41. manuscripts/editions Epistola de Crudelitate Turcorum: MS Venice, S. Edited in: Migne, PG, CLVIII, 1055-68; Orbis Seraphicus, Historia de Tribus Ordinibus, ed. Littera, surviving in French on the sufferings of Christians under Ottoman rule, directed at the prior of the S. Dupont, Anciennes chroniques d'Angleterre, II (Paris, 1931), 196. Forlivesi, Lontologia di Bartolomeo Mastri nelle "Disputationes in XII libros methaphysicorum", diss. Knuuttila, Duns Scotus and the foundations of logical modalities, in John cit., pp. Kobusch, Das Seiende als transzendentaler oder supertranzendentaler Begriff. Lohr, Metaphysics, in The Cambridge history of Renaissance philosophy, a cura di Ch. review in Collectanea Franciscana 73 (2003), 738ff.; AFH 98 (2005), 840-841]; Miscellanea Francescana 103 (2003), 814-818]; Marco Forlivesi, Bartolomeo Mastri da Meldola (1602-1673) riformatore dell Accademia degli Imperfetti (Meldola: Accademia degli Imperfetti di Meldola, 2002) [cf. Omont, Nouvelles acquisitions du dpartement des manuscrits de la Bibliothque Nationale pendant les annes 1905-1906. Supplment lhistoire de la maison de Lorraine et remarques sur le trait historique et critique de lorigine de la gnalogie de la maison de Lorraine (Berlin, 1711).

17th cent.) Bonaventura de Beaumont (Bonaventure de Beaumont/Bellomontanus, c. 1600) Bonaventura de Casale (Bonaventura da Casale/Bonaventura Lupano, 1567-1641) Bonaventura de Catanzaro (Bonaventura da Catanzaro/Bonaventura Ajerbo, d. 1655) Bonaventura Salinas (Bonaventura Salinas y Crdova, 1592-1653) Bonaventura Schimizzi, see: Bonaventura de Reggio Bonaventura Secusi (1558-1618) Bonaventura de Sisteron (Bonaventure de Sisteron, fl. 1624) Bonaventura Tellado (Buenaventura Tellado, d. He seems to be the same Balduinus Brandeburgensis who convinced Giordano da Giano to write his Chronica and subsequently acted as the chronicler's scribe/secretary, prior to his studies at Paris. He worked together with Balthasar de Riez on a work of Capuchin saints and beati, as well as illustrious tertiaries of the Provence. XVII, in: Los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVII), La Rbida, 18-23 septiembre de 1989 (Madrid: Editorial Deimos, 1992), 445-446. Centuria Scriptorum Strictioris Observantiae Discalceatorum (Mexico, ca. Feliciangeli, Notizie e documenti sulla Vita della B. literature Johann Maria von Regensburg, Appendix ad Bibliothecam Scriptorum Capuccinorum a. Bernardo Bononiensi Editam (Rome, 1852), 15; Necrologio dei Frati Minori Cappuccini della Provincia Veneta (Venice, 1910) I, 26; A. See for instance Paul Gurin, Le palmier sraphique (Malvoisin-Bar-le-Duc, 1872); Lon de Clary, Laurole sraphique, 4 Vols. literature Apollinaro di Valencia, Bibliotheca fratrum minorum capuccinorum provinciae Occitaniae et Aquitaniae (Nemours, 1894), 44; Eduard d Alenon, Bibliotheca Mariana Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Rome, 1910), 10; Irne d Aulon, Bibliographie des frres mineurs capuchins de la province de Toulouse (1582-1928) (Toulouse, 1928), 7; A. (1679-1755), Historisches Lexikon der Schweiz 8 (2009), 109f. Il francescano Benvenuto Silvola, Civilt Ambrosiana 15 (1998), 444-447. Obtained great wealth for his diocese, combing this with great personal austerity. literature Zur Shalev, Sacred Words and Worlds: Geography, Religion, and Scholarship, 1550-1700 (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 121-139; Marianne Petra Ritsema van Eck, Custodians of Sacred Space: Constructing the Franciscan Holy Land through texts and sacri monti (ca. Rome, 1908), 132; Juan de San Antonio, Bibliotheca Universa Franciscana (Madrid, 1732) I,; A. Studied at Naples, and thereafter fulfilled positions in the Naples province as a vicar, guardian, lector, novice master, definitor and provincial (1816-1819). Provincial minister, and later procurator of the order. There he became an important organiser or the young OFMCap branch as general vicar/minister general (1535-38, 1546-52) and as general procurator (1538-1546, 1552-1554). The last years of his life, he taught theology at Rome (1555-1557) editions Orationum Spiritualium () (Milan, 1535); Orazione devote, edited in AO 94 (1978), 380-383 and in I frati cappuccini. De septem Verbis Virginis gloriosae in uibus septem Gradus seu Processus Amoris insinuantur.

1664) Bernardinus de Inurrigarro (Bernardino de Inurrigarro, fl. late 17th cent.) Bernardinus de Manlleu (Bernardino de Manlleu/Manlieu, 1585-1645) Bernardinus de Montolmo (1492-1565) Bernardinus de Nuceria (Bernardino da Nocera, d. 1716) Bernardinus de Rechanato (late fifteenth century) Bernardinus de Reggio (`Giorgio', ca. 1652) Bernardinus Gandensis (Bernardus van Gent/Jakob de Caesteker, d. second half 17 cent.) Bernardinus Senensis (1380-1444) Bernardinus Siculus (Bernardino Siculo, fl. 1425) Bernardus de Castelvetere (Luciano Ferraro, 1708-1756) Bernardus de Castrogiovanni (d. 1719) Bernardus de Jesu Escamilla (Bernardo de Jess Escamilla, fl. her best-known work is a spiritual treatise entitled Dolori mentali di Ges nella sua Passione (1488). Entered Capuchin order in the Bologna province in 1631. To this purpose he wrote a complete Cursus of philosophy and theology on the basis of the works of Bonaventure. Miscellanea di studi offerti a Bernardino de Armellada in occasione del suo 80o compleanno, ed. He also published John Duns Scotus Liber Primus Lecturae Parisiensis sive Reportatorum Scoti (Bologna, 1478) and an introductory work to Scotus commentary on the second book of the Sententiae, namely the Opusculum or the Ianua Scoti. Jean-Franois Kosta-Thfaine, AMS Studies in the Middle Ages, 28 (AMS Press, 2009), 233-248; Franciszek M. [on Benedict of Poland and his legate journey to the Mongol Khan]. Tertia Beatitudo est Luctus cui promittitur Consolatio vera.

1476-1535) Bernardinus de Sahagn (1499, Sahagn - 1590, Mexico) Bernardinus de Saluzzo (1638-1710) Bernardinus de Sancto Angelo in Vado (Bernardino de Sant Angelo in Vado/Bernardino Franceschini, d. 1732) Bernardinus Gonzalez (Bernardino Gonzlez, fl. early 16th cent.) Bernardinus Silvestris (second half 17th century) Bernardinus Surius (fl. 1668) Bernardus Antonius Gassmann (Polychronius, 1740-1821) Bernardus Bernardi (Bernardo Bernardi, 1687-1758) Bernardus Dappens (fl. early 18 cent.) Bernardus de Minervo (Bernardo di Minervo da Lecce, d. This work is regarded as one of the master-pieces of Franciscan ascetical writings. Later we find him in the Capuchin province of Parma (which was split off from the Bologna province by 1679). Was particularly successful as a teacher of theology to young Capuchin friars (for ca. Tried to turn Bonaventure into the teacher of the order, by linking him to Scotus and Thomas of Aquino. Aleksander Horowski, Bibliotheca seraphico-capuccina, 89 (Rome: Istituto Storico dei Cappuccini, 2009), 533-584. Rosinski, Franciszkanska legacja papieska z udzialem Polaka u Wielkiego Chana, in: Observare Evangelium. Benedictus Sinigardi (Benedetto Sinigardi Aretino) First provincial minister of the Holy Land province literature Jeryldine M. De duodecim Fructibus Spiritus Christi et Ligni Vitae.

1210, Regensburg - 14, 12, 1272, Regensburg) Bertramus de Ahlen (early fourteenth century) Bertrandus Atgerius (later fourteenth century) Bertrandus Bellac (Bertrand de Bayonne) Bertrand de Turre (born in Camboulit - 1332, Avignon) Bindus Senensis (fl. early 17th cent.) Blasius de Castro (Blas de Castro, fl. 1265 - 19, 06, 1340) Bonagratia de Bononia, see: Bonagratia de Sancto Johanno de Persiceto Bonagratia de Sancto Johanno de Persiceto (Bonagratia da San Giovanni in Persiceto/Bonagratia Fielci, d. seventeenth cent.) Bonaventura Costacciaro (mid 16th cent.) Bonaventura de Arenys de Mare (Bonaventura d Arenys de Mar, fl. The work was meant to instruct regular and secular clerics alike in the basics of canon law necessary for their pastoral obligations. to be continued editions Conciones super Evangelia festorum totius anni (Antwerp: Martinus Nutius, 1613). literature Nieuw Nederlands Biografisch Woordenboek VII, 385; DSpir III, 116-117. Baltasar de Alarcon, procurador general de la misma orden de la provincia del Dulce Nombre de Jess, de Guatemala: MS Paris BN This would be a collection of 23 sermons, written by different authors. Muoz y Manzano Conde de la Viaza, Bibliografa espaola de lenguas indgenas de Amrica (Madrid, 1892), 242; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Joined the order in the Carthagena province near the end of the sixteenth century. Baltasar was apparently appointed chronicler for his order province shortly before his death on December 8, 1654. C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 16-17. second half 17th cent.) Mexican friar, member of the Santo Evangelio province. His works have been described in Vetancurt's Menologio, 144. literature Juan de San Antonio, Bibliotheca Universa Franciscana (Madrid, 1732) I, 77; AIA 27 (1927), 82-83; AIA 15 (1955), 343-344; J. By 1690, he resided at the Santiago de Cotzumalguapa friary. Y su autor tambin se apellid Vitoria, Lectura 159 (Mexico, 11964), 119-122; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Giorgio, Vita della Beata Battista Varani (Bologna, 1874); A. Marini, Vita della Beata Battista Varani (Camerino, 1882); L. editions Den geestelicken palm-boom in elke maent nieuwe vruchten gevende, oft Generale legende vande levens der heyligen [] uyt de dry-vuldige orden vanden H. Mmoire historique de la fondation du couvent de Carcassonne depuis lan 1592 jusquen lan 1689, ed. Mahul, in: Cartulaire et archives des communes de lancien diocse et de larrondissement de Carcassonne, Vols. literature Apollinaro de Valencia, Bibliotheca fratrum minorum capuccinorum provinciae Occitaniae et Aquitaniae (Nemours, 1894), 44-45; Eduard d Alenon, Bibliotheca mariana ordinis fratrum minorum capuccinorum (Rome, 1910), 10; Irne d Aulon, Bibliographie des frres mineurs capuchins de la province de Toulouse (Toulouse, 1928), 8; A. editions Wunder- und Tugendt-Stern, der in dem schweizerischen Alp-Gebrg entstanden, von sonderen gttlichen Gnadenstrahlen erleuchtet, mit Glantz sonderer Heiligkeit geschinen, dass ist bernatrliches Leben, heiligster Wandel und grosse Wunder-Werck des Villseeligen Bruder Clausen von Unterwalden (Lucerna, 1732) Regelbchlein des dritten Ordens (Stans, 1730 & 1734). de Latassa, Biblioteca nueva de los escritos aragoneses (Pamplona, 1789) II, 200-202; J. Berengarius de Malabosco (late thirteenth-early fourteenth cent.) Custos of the Franciscan custody of Toulouse, canonist manuscripts Summa super Titulo de Actionibus (? early 17th cent.) Observant Franciscan friar, known for his works on the Holy Land which contains building plans and measurements of a significant number of buildings found in the Holy Land, based on measurements done by Amico during his sojourn in Palestine between 15. Was sent to Rome for further studies at the age of fifteen. Bernardini Senensis Opera Omnia () Studio et Cura Patrum Collegii S. (Ad Claras Aquas/ Quaracchi, 1950-1965), Volume VI. De Donis Spiritus Sancti, et quomodo communicantur Divino Amori.

first half 18th cent.) Bonaventura de Arezzo (Bonaventura d Arezzo, 1648-1708) Bonaventura da Bagnoreggio (ca. Kurtscheid (1927), 179: licet intentio auctoris fuerit utrique clero exhibere practicum commentarium iuris canonici, tamen Summa Balduini inter praestantiores huius generis libros saeculi XIII recensenda est. Auctor in utroque iure est bene versatus; frequenter fontes iuris allegat, et in subsidium tantum argumentorum ad canonistas et theologos recurrit. Baltasar de Alarcn Franciscan friar, general procurator, preacher and sermon collector in Guatemala. editions Tratado de Conceptione (apparently unpublished? ) literature Francisco Vzques, Crnica de la Provincia del Santsimo Nombre de Jess de Guatemala, 2nd ed., ed. (Guatemala, 1937-1944) III, 275; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Balthasar de Draguignan (Joseph Carbonnel, 1607-1678) OFMCap. Took the habit on 20 October 1624, taking the name Balthasar. editions Moro de ayudar a bien morir a los indos, y las preguntas de la doctrina cristiana en lengua mexicana (Mexico, 1677). Cartilla mayor en la lengua castellana, latina y mexicana. Goyens, Balthasar de Mdina, DHGE VI, 427; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. In his surviving work from 1714, he mentions that the was a preacher, ex-provincial, advisor of the inquisition and guardian of the San Francisco de Panahachel friary. de Clary, LAurole Sraphique (Paris, 1892) II, 367-408; D. This work was re-issued in Collezione delle opere de piu insigni e recenti predicatori, VII, VIII & IX, Nuovo Gabinetto litterario (Naples, 1834). en Seraphinschen Vader Franciscus, bestaende in twaelf boecken, ed. literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca scriptorum ordinis minorum capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 42; L. Taught theology at the Sta Maria and San Francisco convents in his home town, before he became provincial of Aragon. editions Trattato delle Piante & Immagini de Sacri Edifizi di Terra Santa (1609). Bernardinus d'Asti (Bernardinus Palladius; Bernardinus Palli; Bernardinus Pallido, 1483, Rinco d'Asti - 12, 05, 1557, Rome) OFMObs (1500), later OFMCap (1533). There he opted for a religious life and joined the Observants in 1499.

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