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Pablo de Mesa (fl. ca. 1640)

Pablo de Zurbano (fl. c. 1760)

Pablo Manuel Ortega (d. 1767)

Pablo Nassarre (1664-1724)

Pablo Pou (Pao Pou, fl. ca. 1730)

Pablo Rebullida (d. 1709)

Pacificus (fl. early 13th cent.)

Pacificus Baker (d. 1774)

Pacificus de Cerano (Pacificus de Navarra)

Pacificus Pruvinus (Pacifique de Provence, >>>>)

Paduanus de Grassis Barlettani (Padovano Grasso/Padovano Crasso/Padovano Barletta, fl. 16th cent)

Palmerius de Siciniano (fl. ca. 1350)

Pantaleon de Aveira (Pantaleão de Aveiro, fl. later 16th cent.).

Pantaleon de Guzman (fl. late 17th cent.)

Pantaleon García (1757-1827)

Pantaleon Roskovsky (fl. c. 1768)

Pardo (Diego de San Francisco, ca. 1575, Membrilla (Spain) - after 1632, Japan)

Pardo de Larino (d. 1626)

Paschalis Victoriensis (first half 14th. cent.)

Paschalis d'Orange, see: Pasquier d'Orange

Pascual Bailón (d. 1592) Sanctus

Pascual Bertala (Pascal Bertala, d. 1828)

Pasqualis Frasconi (Pasqualis Frosconi, 1706-1791)

Pasqualis Molina de Conceptione (Pascual Molina de la Concepción, fl. ca. 1760)

Pascualis Salmerón (Pascual Salmerón, fl. mid to later 18th cent.)

Pasquier d'Orange (Pasquier Dorenge, fl. c. 1600)

Pastor de Serrescuderio (d. 1356)

Patricius Sporer (d. 1683)

Patrick Fleming, See Christopher Fleming (letter C)

Paulinus de Aumali (Paulin d'Aumale, fl. 17th cent.)

Paulinus de Estrella (Paulino de la Estrella, d. 1683)

Paulinus de Scarbimiria (Paulin of Skalbmierz, d. 1498)

Paulinus Erdt (1737-1800)

Paulinus Venetus (Paulinus Minorita, d. 1344)

Pauluccius de Trinci (Paoluccio Trinci, fl. later 14th cent.)

Paulus Amaltheus [??]

Check!: Rita Bacchiddu, ‘Marco Antonio Pagani, Fra Paola Antonia Negri e Deianira Valmarana’, Arch. Ital. Stor. Pietà  13 (2000), 47-107.

Paulus a Foligno (….)

Paulus Argoli (Paolo Argoli da Tagliacozzo, 1570-1591)

Paulus Assisiensis (Paolo d'Assisi, fl. first half 15th cent.)

Paulinus Bajanus (Paulinus Bajan, fl. c. 1750)

Paulus Bellintani (Paolo Bellintani de Salò, 1530-1590?)

Paulus Boncagni of Perugia (fl. ca. 1340)

Paulus de Britio (Paolo Brizio/Paolo da Bra/Fabrizio Brizio, 1587-1665)

Paulus de Falco>> check: Manfredi Sica, ‘Dipinti del maestro Francesco Solimena e dell’allievo Paolo Di falco nel convento di S. Andrea in Nocera Inferiore’, Studi e ricerche francescane 1 (1972), 21-54+ illustrations; Manfredi Sica, ‘Il pittore don Paolo Di Falco (…)’, Studi e ricerche francescane 1 (1972), 267-277.

Paulus de Lagny (Paul de Lagny, fl. 17th cent.)

Paulus de Leczyca (Pawel z Leczycy, 1572-1642)

Paulus de Roma (fl. ca. 1432)

Paulus de Sancto Spirito (David King, d. 1665)

Paulus de Sulmona (fl. ca. 1505)?

Paulus de Tarento

Paulus de Terano (fl. ca. 1435)

Paulus de Trinidad (Paulo da Trinidade) >>check: Conquista Espiritual do Oriente, ed. F. Lopes (Lisbon, 1965).

Paulus e Mercatello

`Paulus' Gualdensis (Anonymus Umber) (ca. 1180-ca. 1335)

Paulus Gualterus Gugliensis (Paul Walther von Guglingen, fl. late 15th cent.)

Paulus in Perpignam (fl. ca. 1440)

Paulus King, see: Paulus de Sancto Spirito

Paulus Manassei Ternensis (Paolo Manassei da Terni, d. 1620)

Paulus Manuel Ortega, see: Pablo Manuel Ortega

Paulus Maria Bustelli (Paolo-Maria Bustelli, fl. 18th cent.)

Paulus Piazza, see: Cosmus de Castelfranco

Paulus Pisotus (ca. 1480-1534)

Paulus Rosini (Paolo Rosini da Parma, d. 1682)

Paulus Salvatoris (Paolo Salvatori da San Giuliano, fl. 17th cent.)

Paulus Sansoni (Paolo Sansoni da Milano, fl. 16th cent.)

Paulus Scriptoris (Wilensis/Suebus, d. 1505)

Paulus Walterus Gugliensis, see: Paulus Gualterus Gugliensis.

Pedro, see: Petrus

Pelbartus Ladislaus de Temesvar (d. 1504)

Peregrinus Bononiensis (13e eeuw)

Peregrinus de Castello

Pedro, see: Petrus

Pedro Esteve, see: Petrus Stephanus

Petronius Veronensis (Petronio da Verona)

Petrus (fl. ca. 1260)?

Petrus (Pedro de Lisboa, fl. later 14th cent.)

Petrus Acciajuoli (Petrus Florentinus, fl. 14th cent.)

Petrus ad Boves (Petrus Abbo/Aux Boeufs/ d. 1430)

Petrus Agueros (Pedro Gonzalez de Agueros, fl. later 18th cent.)

Petrus Alba [Pedro de Alba y Astorga] (1602, Zamora - 5, 04, 1667, Louvain)

Petrus Alfaro, see: Petrus de Alfaro

Petrus Amy (Pierre Amy/Ami/Lamy, d. 1525)

Petrus Antonius de Aguirro (Pedro Antonio de Aguirre, fl. 1701)

Petrus Antonius de Venetia (Pietro Antonio da Venezia, fl. 1700)

Petrus Antonius Frontera (Pedro Antonio Frontera, d. 1714)

Petrus Antonius Lopez Gascon (Pedro Antonio López Gascón, fl. c. 1760)

Petrus Antonius Pastedechouan (Pierre Anthoine Pastedechouan, fl. 17th cent.)

Petrus Antonius Rosini (Pietro Antonio Rosini da Ferrara, d. 1614)

Petrus Aragonensis, see: Petrus de Aragon

Petrus Aureoli (ca. 1275-1322, Avignon) doctor facundus

Petrus Arrivabene

Petrus Barona de Valdivielso (Pedro Barona de Valdivielso, d. 1596?)

Petrus Battista da Perugia (d. 1677)

Petrus Bautista (Pedro Bautista Blásquez, 1542, San Sebastian - 597, Nagasaki) sanctus (1627)

Petrus Beltrandus de Sancta Rosa Maria (Pedro Beltrán de Santa Rosa María, fl. 18th cent.)

Petrus Berchorius (fl. ca. 1340)

Petrus Bergerius (Pietro Bergeri da Susa, fl. early 17th cent.)

Petrus Bielinski, see: Petrus de Poznan

Petrus Bonus Mutensis (de Modena, fl. 15th cent.)

Petrus Borbelli (d. 1333)

?>>>>?: Pilar Silva Maroto, ‘Pedro Berruguete en Italia’, in: Sisto IV. Le arti a Roma nel primo Rinascimento. Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi. Roma, Sala dei Cento Giorni, Palazzo della Cancelleria Apostolica, Refettorio del Salviati, ex-convento di San Salvatore in Lauro, 23-25 ottobre 1997, ed. Fabio Benzi et al. (Roma, Edizioni dell’Associazione Culturale Shakespeare and Company 2, 2000), 289-303.

Petrus Brosius (Pierre de La Brosse, fl. 15th cent.)

Petrus Calanna (Pietro Calanna da Termini, 1531-1606)

Petrus Caldarinus (d. 1440)

Petrus Canedus (Pedro Cañedo, fl. 16th cent.)

Petrus Caperolo (Petrus Caprioli, 15th cent.)

Petrus Capullius (Pietro Capullio/Capulio, d. 1624)

Petrus Carvajal (fl. early sixteenth cent.)

Petrus Cavus (Pedro Cava, fl. first half 18th cent.)

Petrus Cervereus (Pedro Cervera, 1667-1717)

Petrus Christiani (Christmann, d. 1483)

Petrus Collingridge (1757–1829)

Petrus Columbus, see: Petrus Galatinus

Petrus Corradini de Mogliano, see: Petrus de Mogliano

Petrus Crabbe, see: Crabbe, Petrus (letter C)

Petrus Cratepolius, see: Cratepolius, Petrus

Petrus Dandebourg ?

Petrus Danglade, see Pierre Danglade

Petrus David (Pierre David, fl. 17th cent.)

Petrus de Abreu (Pedro de Abreu, fl. early 17th cent.)

Petrus de Aguado (Pedro de Aguado, fl. 16th cent.)

Petrus de Alava (Pedro de Alava, fl. ca. 1601)

Petrus de Alcántara (1499, Alcantára - 1562, Arenas) beatus (1622), sanctus (1669)

Petrus de Alfaro (Pedro de Alfaro, fl. c. 1575)

Petrus de Almendralejo (Pedro de Almendralejo, fl. 1699)

Petrus de Alva y Astorga (d. 1667)

Petrus de Alvernia ?

Petrus de Anglia (fl. early fourteenth cent.)

Petrus de Aragonia (ca. 1305 (Barcelona?) - 1381 (Pisa))

Petrus de Aragonia (2) (Pedro de Aragón, d. 1672?)

Petrus de Aquila (Scotellus/doctor sufficiens, d. 1361)

Petrus de Asterloa, see: Petrus Josephus Patricius de Astarloa Aguiro

Petrus de Atarrabia (Petrus de Navarra/d. 1347) doctor fundatus

Petrus de Baldeswell (fl. c. 1300)

Petrus de Betanzo (Pedro Alonso de Betanzos, d. c. 1570)

Petrus de Betancurt, see: Petrus Melián de Betancurt

Petrus de Bonageta (second half 14th cent.)

Petrus de Bononia (Pietro di Bologna, ca. 1260-1332)

Petrus de Cabrera (Pedro de Cabrera, fl. early 17th cent.)

Petrus de Cáceres (Pedro de Cáceres, fl. c. 1554)

Petrus de Calatayud (Pedro de Calatayud/Pedro Trigoso/Trigosus, d. 1593)

Petrus de Candia (Petrus Philargis, Philaretus, Alexander V Papa/1340-1410, Bologna)

Petrus de Canedo, see: Petrus Canedus

Petrus de Carceres, see: Petrus de Caceres

Petrus de Cardenas (Pedro de Cárdenas, d. 1666)

Petrus de Carvajal, see: Petrus Carvajal

Petrus de Cascaleo (Pedro de Cascales, fl. c. 1550)

Petrus de Castaneda (Pedro de Castañeda, fl. late 16th cent.)

Petrus de Castillo (Pedro del Castillo, d. 1577)

Petrus de Castravol (d. after 1491)

Petrus de Castro (Pedro de Castro, d. ca. 1740)

Petrus de Cheriaco (first half 15th century)

Petrus de Colle (fl. ca. 1450)

Petrus de Conceptione Urtiaga (Pedro de Concepción Urtiaga, fl. c. 1700)

Petrus de Contreras (Pedro de Contreras Gallardo, fl. first half 17th cent.

Petrus de Corbario

Petrus de Cornibus (Pierre de Cornibus, d. 1549)

Petrus de Cornumeda

Petrus de Cruce (Pedro da Cruz, fl. late fifteenth cent.)

Petrus de Espinareda (Pedro de Espinareda, d. 1586)

Petrus de Falco (late thirteenth century)

Petrus de Fonte (Pedro de la Fuente/Pedro Talavera de la Fuente, 1581-1666)

Petrus de Fossombrone, see: Angelo Clareno

Petrus de Fuxo (Pierre de Foix, d. 1464)

Petrus de Gandavo (Petrus van Gent/Pedro de Gante/Petrus de Mura/Pieter van der Moere, ca. 1500 - 1572 Mexico)

Petrus de Grossis

Petrus de Insula (de Lille, van Rijssel/fl. ca. 1390?? Or earlier (d. 1334 two different friars?)) doctor notabilis

Petrus de Limburg (d. 1682)

Petrus de Mazara (ca. 1475-1550)

Petrus de Mogliano (1435-1490)

Petrus de Montepeloso (Pietro Verniero, fl. 17th cent.)

Petrus de Orbellis

Petrus de Ovallis (Pedro de Ovalle, d. 1689)

Petrus de Padua

Petrus de Palatio (Pedro de Palacios, fl. c. 1580)

Petrus de Pila (Pedro de Pila, d. 1601)

Petrus de Pinuela (Pedro de la Piñuela, d. 1704)

Petrus de Poitiers (ca. 1605, Poitiers - 1684, Poitiers)

Petrus de Poznan (Petrus Bielinski, d. 1658)

Petrus de Quintanilla y Mendoza (Pedro de Quintanilla y Mendoza, fl. second half 17th cent)

Petrus de Regibus (Pedro de los Reyes, 1560-1628)

Petrus de Ribera (Pedro de la Ribera, fl. later 16th cent.)

Petrus de Sacedo/de Sancta Maria (Pedro de Sacedón/Pedro de Santa María, d. 1698)

Petrus de Salazar (Pedro de Salazar, fl. early 17th cent.)

Petrus de Sancto Benedicto (late thirteenth century)

Petrus de Sancto Josepho Vetancurt, see: Petrus Mélian de Betancurt

Petrus de Saxonia (d. between 1310-1340)

Petrus de Sebivilla (Pierre de Sebiville/Sibiville, d. 1525?)

Petrus de Ser Lippo (Pietro di ser Lippo, 15th cent.)

Petrus de Slupcik, see: Petrus Slupick

Petrus de Solis (Pedro de Solís, fl. c. 1700)

Petrus de Tevaro Aldano (Pedro de Tevar Aldana, fl. early 17th cent.)

Petrus de Tobilla (Pedro de la Tobilla, ca. 1560-1647)

Petrus de Todi (Pietro de Todi, fl. c. 1318)

Petrus de Trabibus (d. Late thirteenth century)

Petrus de Trano

Petrus de Urbina (Pedro de Urbina, d. 1663)

Petrus de Utino (de Castello Porpetto in Foro Julio/ d. 1368)

Petrus de Valbono (Pedro de Valbuena, fl. later 17th cent.)

Petrus de Valladolid, see: Petrus Regaledo

Petrus de Veaux (fl. mid fifteenth century)

Petrus de Villacrece (Pedro de Villacreces, d. 1422)

Petrus de Zaya (Pedro de Zayas, fl. c. 1740)

Petrus Dominicus (Pedro Domingo, fl. late 17th cent.)

Petrus Espinosa de Monteris (Pedro Espinosa de los Monteros, fl. c. 1700)

Petrus Faber (Pierre Le Febvre, before 1521 - after 1556)

Petrus Fardeus (Pierre Fardé, fl. second half 17th cent.)

Petrus Fermosol (Pedro Fermosol, fl. mid 16th cent.)

Petrus Ferreus (Pedro Ferrer, fl. c. 1470)

Petrus Firmianus, see: Zacharias de Lisieux, under the letter 'Z'

Petrus Florentinus, see: Petrus Accciajuolo

Petrus Fons (Pedro Font, fl. mid 18th cent.)

Petrus Franciscus de Oronsoro (Pedro Francisco de Oronsoro, fl. second half 18th cent.)

Petrus Fullana Balearis (Pedro Fullana, d. 1659)

Petrus Galanus (Pedro Galán, fl. c. 1600)

Petrus Galatinus (1460, Galatina (Apulia) - 1540, Rome)

Petrus Gallego (Pedro Gallego, d. 1267)

Petrus Gonzalez (Pedro González, fl. c. 1709)

Petrus Gonzalez de Agueros, see: Petrus Agueros

Petrus Gonzáles de Mendoza (fl. 17th cent.)

Petrus Hontoid (Pierre Hontoye/Hontoi, fl. late 16th cent.)

Petrus Hullegardis (Pierre de Hullegarde)

Petrus Iturbide (Pedro Iturbide, fl. later 18th cent.)

Petrus Jeghers (d. 1673)

Petrus Johannis Olivi (Jean Pierre Olieu, Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, ca. 1248-1298)

Petrus Josephus de Parra (Pedro José de Parras, d. 1784)

Petrus Josephus Patricius de Astarloa Aguiro (Pedro José Patricio Astarloa y Aguirre, 1751-1821)

Petrus Loaiza (Pedro Loaiza, fl. late 17th cent.)

Petrus Magnus (Pietro Magni da Fossecchio, d. after 1605)

Petrus Manero

Petrus Marchant (Petrus Merchant, 1585-1661, Ghent)

Petrus Marseus (Petrus Marseus van Gullik/Merssaeus/Cratepolis, fl. later 16th cent.)

Petrus Matthias Katancic (Petar Matija Katancic, 1750-1825)

Petrus Martyrus Rusco (Pietro Martire Rusca da Lugano, fl. first half 17th cent.)

Petrus Mazoti (fl. c. 1420)

Petrus Mazzanti (fl. ca. 1500)

Petrus Melian de Betancurt (Pedro Melián de Betancurt, fl. early 18th cent.)

Petrus Mendez Sotomayor (Pedro Méndez Sotomayor, c. 1563-c. 1640)

Petrus Merssaeus/Cratepolis, see: Petrus Marseus

Petrus Minor, see: Petrus Petis/Pierre Petit

Petrus Monerus (Pedro Moner, fl. 15th cent.)

Petrus Montanus (Petrus van den Berg/Van der Bergen/de Monte, d. 1579)

Petrus Morenus (Pedro Moreno, fl. c. 1670)

Petrus Morotus (Pedro Morote Pérez Checos, fl. c. 1750)

Petrus Normannus

Petrus Nuñez de Castro (fl. early 17 cent.)

>> check: Petrus Olai, De Ordine Fratrum Minorum, in: Scriptores Minores Historiae Danicae Medii Aevi, ed. Martin Clarentius Gertz (Copenhagen, 1922) II, 279-324.

Petrus Orosius (Pedro Oroz/Pedro de Oroz, d. 1596)

Petrus Parisot (1703, Bar-le-Duc - 1769, Commercy)

Petrus Paulus Carnata (Pietro Paolo Carnata da Novara, fl. late 16th-early 17th cent.)

Petrus Paulus de Sancto Josepho Lopez Martinus (Pedro Pablo de San José López Martínez, fl. early 18th cent.)

Petrus Paulus de Valla (Pietro Paolo della Valle, fl. second half 16th cent.)

Petrus Petit (Pierre Petit, fl. 17th cent.)

Petrus Petri Burgensi (Pedro Pérez de Burgos,  fl. c. 1400)

Petrus Pizarro (Pedro Pizarro)

Petrus Philargus, see Petrus de Candia

Petrus Quesel (Quesvellus/14th century)

Petrus Regaledo (Pedro Regaledo/Pedro de Valladolid/Pedro de la Costanilla, 1390-1456) Sanctus

Petrus Reginaldetus

Petrus Regius (Peter de Koning/Petrus Coninckz, fl. first half 16th cent.)

Petrus Riarius (Pietro Riario da Savona, 1445-1475)

Petrus Robertus de Sancto Huberto (Pietro Roberti da Sant'Huberto, fl. 17th cent.)

Petrus Rodolfi Viglevanus (fl. 1500)

Petrus Rodolphus/Ridolphus (Pietro Rodolfo/Ridolfo da Tossignano, d. 1601)

Petrus Rodriguez Guillen (Pedro Rodríguez Guillén, fl. early 18th cent.)

Petrus Ruiz (Pedro Ruiz, fl. c. 1730)

Petrus Russelus (early fifteenth century)

Petrus Saligneri (Saugnier)

Petrus Sanchez Ruiz (Pedro Sánchez Ruiz, fl. 18th cent.)

Petrus Simon (Pedro Simón, d. 1630)

Petrus Slupick (Petrus Slupick/Petrus van Slupwijck, fl. ca. 1560)

Petrus Stephanus (Pierre Étienne, fl. later 18th cent.)

Petrus Stephanus Puig (Pedro Esteve Puig, 1582-1658)

Petrus Sutton (? ca. 1300?)

Petrus Thomae (ca. 1280-ca. 1337) doctor strenuus/doctor invincibilis

Petrus Trigoso/Trigosus, see: Petrus de Calatayud

Petrus Varo (Pedro Varona/Varaona de Valdivielso, later 16th cent.)

Petrus Vergilius (Pietro Vergilii da Cassia, fl. first half 17th cent.)

Petrus Wallensis (Peter Walsh, fl. mid 17th cent.)

Petrus Vives (Pedro Vives Ivars, d. 1743)

Philibert Gruber (18th cent.)

Philippus Antonius Madrid (Felipe Antonio Madrid/de Santa Bárbara, fl. c. 1750)

Philippus Bernardi (1649-1719)

Philippus Bosquier (1562-1636)

Philippus Brusserius Savonensi (eerste helft 14e eeuw)

Philippus Cagliola (Filippo Caglioa da Malta, fl. mid 17th cent.)

Philippus Chrismann (Philippus Neri, 1751-?)

Philippus Cid Lara (Felipe Cid Lara, fl. late 18th cent.)

Philippus de Ayala (Felipe de Ayala, fl. early 17th cent.)

Philippus de Bagna Cavallo (d. 1511)

Philippus de Berbegal (Filippo de Bernegal, fl. first half 15th cent.)

Philippus de Bononia? (fl. ca. 1400?)

Philippus de Bridlington (fl. ca. 1300)

Philippus de Civitate Nova (fl. mid 18th. cent.))

Philippus de Ghisulfis (eerste helft 14e eeuw)

Philippus de las Casas (Philippus de Jesu, d. 1597, Nagasaki) Beatus (1627) Sanctus (1862) Patron Saint of Mexico City

Philippus de Majorca (fl. early 14th cent.)

Philippus de Meron (fl. second half 15th cent.)

Philippus de Montalvo, see: Philippus Montalvo

Philippus de Monte Calerio (Moncagliere/Moncalieri, d. c. 1344)

Philippus de Rodigo (d. c. 1503)

Philippus de Roetlingen (fl. 1495)

Philippus de Salerno, see: Philippus Salernitanus

Philippus de Sosa (d. after 1575)

Philippus de Tuderco (Filippo da Todi fl. 15th cent)

Philippus Diez (Felipe Díez/Díaz, d. 1601)

Philippus Fabri (Filippo Fabri da Faenza, 1564-1630)

Philippus Florentinus (early fourteenth century)

Philippus Florentinus (Philippus a Firenze, ….)

Philippus Gesualdi (1550-1618)

Philippus Hersfeldiae Minorita

Philippus Montalvo (Felipe Montalvo, fl. c. 1760)

Philippus Perusinus (gest. 1297?)

Philippus Rotolus

Philippus Salernitanus (Filippo Salerni d'Alcara)

Philippus Tortora (Filippo Tortora, d. 1734)

Philippus Ultrarnensis (Florentinus, Volaterranus, Vulterranus, Vulturnensis)

Philippus Vadius (Filips vander Vaert, ca. 1520-1571)

Philippus Varagius

Philippus Vincentius Manzaneque (Felipe Vicente Manzaneque, fl. late 18th cent.)

Pierre Danglade (fl. 17th cent.)

Pierre Étienne, see: Petrus Stephanus

Pier Sormani Marino (fl. later seventeenth cent.)

Pierre David, see: Petrus David

Placidus Baillon (d. 1668)

Placidius Gallemant (Placide Gallament, d. 1675)

Pompeius Ferrariensis (Pompeo da Ferrara, fl. 17th cent.)

Pontius Carbonellus (ca. 1260-1350)

Pontius Fegeronus (Ponce Feugeyron (fl. c. 1430)

Probus Schmidhueber (d. 1771)

Procopius Templinus (d. 1680)

Propertius Restaeus (Propertio Resra da Tagliacozzo, fl. ca. 1600)

Prosperus Urbanus (Prospero Urbani da Urbino, 1533-1609)

Protasius Bresansonensis (Protasio de Besançon/Claude Rately, d. 1653)







Pablo de Mesa (fl. ca. 1640)

OFM. Friar from the Castilia province.

literature

AIA 25 (1926), 86; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 149 (no. 575).

 

 

 

 

Pablo de Zurbano (fl. c. 1760)

OFM. Member of the Cantabria province.

literature

AIA 32 (1929), 59-60; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 193 (no. 888).

 

 

 

 

Pablo Manuel Ortega (1691-1767)

OFM. Member of the Cartagena province. Historian.

editions

Crónica de la provincia franciscana de Cartagena, 2 Vols. (Madrid, 1980).

Descripción Chorográfica del sitio que ocupa la provincia Franciscana de Cartagena, ed. Pedro Riquelme Olivia, Luis Pérez Simón, Javier Gómez Ortín & Juan González Castaño, Publicaciones del Instituto Teológico de Murcia OFM, Serie Mayor, 48 (Murcia: Editorial Espigas - Publicaciones del Instituto Teológico de Murcia OFM, 2009). [o.a. review in CF 80 (2010), 347f]

literature

Antonio Martín, ‘Algunas noticias acerca del P. manuel Ortega, cronista de la provincia seráfica de Cartagena’, AIA 4 (1915), 456-457 (cf. also AIA 39 (1979), 439-465); AIA 38 (1935), 76-81; AIA 20 (1960), 132-133; AIA 22 (1962), 762-763; Juan Meseguer Fernández, ‘Pablo Manuel Ortega, historiador del siglo XVIII’, in: Pablo Manuel Ortega, Crónica de la provincia franciscana de Cartagena (Madrid, 1980) I, VII-XX; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 157 (no. 639); Juan González Castaño, ‘Correspondencia del P. Fray Pablo Manuel Ortega con don Gregorio Mayans y Sissar’, Carthaginensia 21 (2005), 439-476.

 

 

 

 

Pablo Nassarre (1664-1724)

OFM, musician, music theorist and composer. Born as a blind baby in Saragossa. Moved to Daroca, where he was taught by the composer Pablo Bruna, who was blind himself. Pablo joined the Franciscans at San Francisco el Real in Saragossa, where he worked as an organist. Recognizing his musical and compositorial prowess, his order superiors allowed him to start a school of harmony and counterpoint, where José de Torres and Joaquín Martínez de la Roca were among his students. He published several compositions and work on musical theory. He died in the Saragossa friary in 1724.

editions

Fragmentos músicos (Saragossa: Tomas Gaspar Martinez, 1683). A second edition of this work was issued in 1700: Fragmantos músicos, repartidos en quatro tratados, en se hallan reglas generales, y muy necessarias para canto llano (...) (Madrid Imprenta de música, 1700). This second edition included his Tratado de Contrapunto, which Pablo later published in a revised form with additions as the Segunda parte de la Escuela Música según la práctica moderna. A complete overhaul of both works appeared a year later as the Escuela musica, segun la practica moderna, dividida en primera, y segunda parte (...). For an English translation of the Fragmentos músicos, see: Pablo Nassarre's Fragmentos Musicos: Translation and Commentary, trans. Donald Williams Forrester (Ph.D. Thesis University of Georgia, 1969/UMI Dissertation Services, 2001).

Segunda parte de la Escuela Música según la práctica moderna (Saragossa: Herederos de Manuel Román, Impressor de la Universidad, 1723). This work is available via Google Books.

Escuela musica, segun la practica moderna, dividida en primera, y segunda parte (...) (Saragossa: Herederos de Diego de Larumbe, 1724). This edition is accessible via Google Books.

Apparently, a facsimile of the Escuele musica volumes was issued in Sarragossa in 1980 by Portico librerias.

Arde en incendio de amor (1685). A carol to enhance the liturgy.

? Three toccatas for organ and other organ pieces.

literature

Almonte Howell, 'Pablo Nassarre's Escuela música: A Reappraisal', in: Studies in Musicology: Essays (...) in Memory of Glen Haydon, ed. James W. Pruett (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1969); León Tello & Francisco José, La teoría española de la música en los siglos XVII y XVIII (Madrid, 1974), passim; José Ignacio Palacios, Los compositores aragoneses (Zaragoza, 2000), passim; 'Pablo Nassarre [ca. 1654-1730]', in: Music Theory from Zarlino to Schenker: A Bibliography and Guide, ed. David Damschroder & David Russell Williams (Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press, 1990), 216; 'Nassarre, Pablo', in: Pequeña Enciclopedia Franciscana [http://www.franciscanos.org/enciclopedia/penciclopedia_n.htm last visited 22 November 2016].

 

 

 

 

Pablo Pou (Pao Pou, fl. ca. 1730)

OFM. Spanish friar and missionary, whose Notícies verdaderes concerning the Holy Land have survived.

literature

Antoni Homs i Guzmán, ‘Una relació desconeguda sobre Terra Santa: Les “Notícies verdaderes”, del franciscà Pau Pou (1732-1737)’, Analecta S. Tarrac. 73 (2000), 87-128.

 

 

 

 

Pablo Rebullida (d. 1709)

Friar from Fraga, Aragon. Joined the order in Tortosa. Traveled to the New World and was educated at the Colegio de la Santa Cruz, Querétaro. In 1694, he went to Guatemala and a year later he was found as a missionary in Talamanca, alongside of Francisco de San José. He was killed at Urinama on 28 September 1709, in the context of a violent uprising at Talamanca. Known for his knowledge of different local languages.

manuscripts

Cartas al Ven. P. Margil, al Illmo. Fr. Pedro de la Concepción, al Ven. Fr. Francisco de San José y a otros misioneros apostólicos, sobre el carácter de los indios Terrabas, Talamanca y Changüeses. Several of these letters were apparently in the possession of Sánchez García. See there on pp. 78-79.

literature

D. Sánchez García, Catálogo de los escritores franciscanos de la Provincia Seráfica del Santísimo Nombre de Jesús de Guatemala (Guatemala, 1920), 78-79; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 67.

 

 

 

 

Pacificus (fl. early 13th cent.)

One of Francis’ first companions and acknowledged preacher/composer. Later provincial minister of the French province.

literature

Henri Louette, Le chant nouveau de Frère Pacifique compagnon de saint François (Paris, 1981); Giulia Barone, ‘Pacificus OFM, sel. († um 1230)’, Lexikon des Mittelalters VI (1993), 1610; J.B. Auberger, ‘Le bienheureux frère Pacifique, Rex versuum et compagnon de Saint François’, AFH 92,1-2 (1999).

 

 

 

 

Pacificus Baker (1695-1774)

English Friar and spiritual author. He was was brought up as a protestant, but converted to Catholicism. He went to the Southern Low Countriesm, where he studied at Douai and joined the Franciscan. Following a thorough missionarty formation, he was sent back to England. Worked at the Sardinian chapel in Lincoln's Inn Fields, and Guardian of the hexham convent between 1734 and 1737. Thereafter order procurator (1739), definitor, and provincial of the English province (1761-1764, 1770-1773). He died in London on 16 March 1774. Pacificus was a well-respected preacher and a productive author of devotional spiritual texts.

editions

The Devout Christian's Companion for Holy Days (London, 1757).

The Holy Altar and Sacrifice Explained in some familiar dialogues on the Mass (London, 1768). This amounted to an abridgement of F.A. Mason's Liturgical Discourse on the Mass

Lenten Monitor to Christians, in pious thoughts on the Gospels for every day in Lent, from Ash Wednesday to Easter Tuesday, inclusive, 3rd. Ed., 8 Vols. (London, 1769/London, 1827).

The Christian Advent (1782)>>>

The Devout Communicant, Or Spiritual Entertainments Before and After Communion (London, 1761).

Scripture’s Antiquity>>>

Meditations on the Lord’s Prayer (translated from a prior French work)>>>

Sundays kept holy; in moral reflections on the Gospels for the Sundays from Easter to Advent. Being a supplement to the Christian Advent and Lenten Monitor, 2nd Edition (London, 1772).

Essay on the Cord of St. Francis >>>

literature

Thaddeus Hermans, The Franciscans in England (1600-1850) (London, 1898), 155, 113, 119, 141, 156, 165, 330; J. Goyens, ‘Baker’, DHGE VI, 290.

 

 

 

 

Pacificus de Cerano (Pacificus de Novara/Pacifico da Cerano, c. 1420-1482) Beatus

OFMObs. Orphaned young in his life, he entered the Observant branch of the order in 1445 (at Novara) after advanced studies in Roman and Canon law. He became priest and developed into a renowned preacher. Following in Bernardine of Siena’s footsteps, he spent much energy in further renovation of the Franciscan order in Southern Italy. Also active as crusade preacher (against the Turcs). In May 1481, the Cismontan Observant general chapter made him commissionar for Sardinia, where he died before 14 June, 1482. Based on his experience as priest, confessor and preacher, Pacifico wrote in 1473 his Summula de pacifica/Somma pacifica. This work, which was printed two times in the later fifteenth century and at least five more times before the Council of Trente (and came out in a revised form thereafter), amounts to a straightforward confessor manual, showing incumbent confessors how to teach the articles of faith, the sacraments, the Ten Commandments,and to give the faithful basic behavioral guidelines that cohere with their social status (married or not, professional lawyers, doctors, masters and students, merchants, bankers, artisans priests, bishops, etc.). the work also provides interrogatory schemes that confessors can use for his stratified flock of penitents. At a more general level, the Summula subsequently provides an introduction to the tasks and obligations of the confessor, it lists the penitential canons, as well as papal and episcopal excommunications. For authorization and reference purposes, the work provides canonist and theological sources in the margin.

manuscripts

 

editions

Opereta dicta Sumula ho vero Sumeta de pacifica conscientia (Milan, 1479) [at least seven editions before the Council of Trente. Afterwards, a strongly revised edition came out: Somma pacifica composta più di cent’anni dal R.P.F. Pacifico da Novara, ed. Francisco de Treviso Ocarm. (Venice, 1579/Venice, 1581)]

vitae

AASS June I (Antwerp, 1695), 414-415, 802-803; Vita del Beato Pacifico da Cerano (Novara, 1831); Vita del Beato Pacifico di Cerano (…) prottettore di Cerano (Novara, 1878); M. Cazzola, Il B. Pacifico Ramati e la sua Cerano. Note storiche-statistiche (Novara, 1882); Basile de Nevione, Sul B. Pacifico da Cerano nella sua 4a festività centenaria panegerico (Genua, 1882); A. Bosio, Breve vita del B. Pacifico Ramati da Cerano (Novara, 1932); Bibliotheca Sanctorum X, 4-5.

literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 302; AFH, 4 (1911), 127, 328; A. Viglio, `La città di Novara per la beatificazione di Frate Pacifico da Cerano', Bollettino storico per la provincia di Novara, 21 (1927), 226f.; AFH, 24 (1931), 566; A.L. Stoppa, Il V.B., Pacifico da Cerano alla luce della storia (Novara, 1966/Novara, 1974); Pierre Péano, ‘Pacifique de Cerano’, DSpir XII, 21; Giulia Baerone, `Pacificus von Novara OFM (um 1420-1482)', Lexikon des Mittelalters VI (1993), 1610

 

 

 

 

Pacificus Pruvinus (Pacifique de Provins, 1588-1648)

Capuchin missionary and traveller.

editions

Relation du Voyage de Perse (Paris: Nicolas & Iean de la Coste, 1631); Pacifique de Provins, Le voyage de Perse, Edité d’après l’édition de 1645 avec des notes critiques par Godefroy de Paris et Hilaire de Wingene. – Brève relation du voyage des Iles de l’Amérique. Editée avec des notes critiques par Godefroy de Paris (Assisi, 1939); Matteo Binasco, Viaggatori e missionari nel Seicento. Pacifique de Provins fra Levante, Acadia e Guyana (1622-1648), Preface by Luca Codignola (Novi Ligure: Città del  silenzio Edizioni, 2006).

 

 

 

 

Paduanus de Grassis Barlettani (Padovano Grasso/Padovano Crasso/Padovano Barletta, fl. 16th cent)

OFMConv. Hierocratic and Scotist theologian.

De ecclesiastica republica reuerendi sacrae theologiae doct. magistri Paduani de Crassis Barlettani Venetiarum Studij regentis (...) Didymo & Philotheo colloquentibus (Venice: Apud Augustinum Bendonum, 1543). Accessible via the European Libraries portal and via Archive.org

Concilium Pauli. Auctore fratre Paduano Barletta in gimnasio domus magnae Venetiarum. Theologiam publice profitente, Dydimo & Philothaeo colloquentibus (Venice: Ad Signum Crucis, 1545/Venice: Ad signum Spei, 1552). And subsequent editions. The 1545 edition is accessible via the European Libraries portal and via Archive.org.

Enchiridion scholasticum, contradictionum quodlibetalium Doct. subtilis. Authore F. Paduano De Grassis Barolita (...) A F. Constantio Sarnano, eiusdem ord. recognitum, marginalibusq. apostillis ornatum cui adiectus est Dialogus de Concilio Pauli, in quo apost. ipsum cum euang. optime conuenire ostenditur: et De ecclesiastica republica liber, eodem magistro Paduano authore. (...) Cum copiosissimis rerum indicibus (Venice: Valgrisius, 1583). Accessible via the European Libraries portal, via Archive.org, and via Google Books.

 

 

 

 

Palmerius de Siciniano (fl. ca. 1350)

manuscripts

Sermones: Naples, Naz. XI.AA.16 (mid 14th cent.) ff. 1a-104b (seems to be an autograph, complete with an alphabetical index!, see Cenci, Napoli)

literature

 

 

 

 

Pantaleon de Aveira (Pantaleão de Aveiro, fl. later 16th cent.)

Portuguese friar from the Algarve province. Joined the Franciscans and went on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land (1563). He wrote a detailed travel account of his pilgrimage, the first edition of which was dedicated to the Archbishop of Lisbon, Miguel de Castro.

manuscripts

Louvores a S. João?

editions

Itinerário da Terra Santa e suas particularidades; dirigido ao ilustríssimo e reverendíssimo senhor D. Miguel de Castro, digníssimo arcebispo de Lisboa metropolitana (Lisbon, 1593). Several other editions followed, such as: Pantaleâo de Aveiro, Itinerario de Terra Sancta, et todas suas Particularidades (Lisbon: Antonio Alvarez, 1596). This work discusses in 94 chapters the stages of Pantaleâo’s journey from Venice to the Holy land up to his return in Southern Italy. He also discusses in this work the expulsion of the Observant Franciscans from Mount Sion, interpreting it as the outcome of a Jewish conspiracy.

literature

http://www.arqnet.pt/dicionario/aveiropantaleao.html; Marianne Petra Ritsema van Eck, Custodians of Sacred Space: Constructing the Franciscan Holy Land through texts and sacri monti (ca. 1480-1650), PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, 2017), passim.

 

 

 

 

Pantaleon de Guzman (Pantaleón de Guzmán, fl. late 17th cent.)

Friar from Guatemala. He took the habit at Almolonga in 1671. He was active in the San Juan de Alotenango friary by 1690, and he held a benefice from the Santa María de Jesús Pache church, where he served as a priest. He was known for his knowledge of native languages of Guatemala.

manuscripts

Libro Yntitulado Compendio de nombres en lengua Cakchiquel, y significado de verbos por imperrativos y acusativos recíprocos en doce tratados. Info on this manuscript is apparently to be found in >The Maya Society and its Works.

literature

The Maya Society and its Works, The Maya Society, no. 19 (Baltimore, 1937), 25; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 38.

 

 

 

 

Pantaleon García (1757-1827)

Argentine Franciscan friar from Buenos Aires. Joined the Franciscans in his home town. After his studies for the priesthood and his theological formation, he became lector and preacher. In 1780, he was appointed doctor of philosophy at the university of Cordoba. There he soon occupied numerous chairs (philosophy, theology, canon law) and also took up charges as chancellor and university rector in the period that saw the move towards independence of Argentinia. Pantaleon also acted as rector of the international College of Notre Dame of Montserrat (Cordoba). Aside from these university tasks, Pantaleon took up several functions within his order (provincial, synodal examinator of the Cordoba diocese etc.).  During the independence struggle, Pantaleon proved to be a devout patriot and advocate of independence, going as far as to give nationalist sermons in the Cathedral of Cordoba in May 1814 and April 1818, and to preside over patriottic funerals of policians and military figures involved with the independence movement.

editions

Sermones panegíricos de varios mistérios, festividades y santos (Madrid, 1804. Re-issued in 1805 and 1810). This collection contains 80 sermons on feast days and religious festivities held in Cordoba.

literature

AIA 15 (1955), 294; V. Cutolo, Nuevo Diccionario biográfico argentino (1750-1930) (Buenos Aires, 1971) III, 227; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 119 (no. 345); M.M. Esandi, ‘García (Pantaléon)’, DHGE 1180-1181.

 

 

 

 

Pantaleon Roskovsky (fl. c. 1768)

Franciscan composer/poet active in Slowakian lands.

literature

S. Zavarsky, ‘Quid dicis? Quid dicis. On the Language of Vesperae Bachanales by P. Pantaleon Roskovsky’, in: Plaude turba paupercula. Franziskanischer Geist in Musik, Literatur und Kunst. Konferenzbericht Bratislava, 4.-6. Oktober 2004, ed. Ladislav Kacic (Bratislava: Jana Stanislava SAV, 2005), 285-296.

 

 

 

 

Pardo (Diego de San Francisco, ca. 1575, Membrilla (Spain) - after 1632, Japan)

OFM. Between 1606 and 1612 active as missionary on the Philippines. From 1612 onwards active in Japan (Kyoto). After 1614 active as illegal missionary. After his capture in 1615 expelled to Mexico in 1616. In 1618 back in Japan. Disappears after 1632. Wrote several interesting reports on his missionary work

editions

Relación verdadera y breve de la persecución, 1613-1624 (Manila, 1625)

see for other works, AIA, 1-2 (1914); AFH, 2 (1909), 47-67, 232-239; Th. Uyttenbroeck, Early Franciscans in Japan (Himeji, 1959), 77-97

 

 

 

 

Pardo de Larino (d. 1626)

OFMCap

literature

Luigi Cianilli, Sette stelle di prima grandezza nel Convento dei Cappuccini di Serracapriola (Foggia: Ed. Padre Pio da Pietrelcina, 2005).

 

 

 

 

Pascual Bailón (d. 1592) Sanctus

OFMDisc. Member of the San Juan Bautista province (Valencia). Author of the ‘Cartapacio’ and patron of the ‘Congresos Eucarísticos’.

editions

Opúsculos de san Pascual Bailón, Patrón de todas las asociaciones Eucarísticas, sacados del  cartapacio autógrafo, ordenados, anotados y precedidos de una introducción bio-bibliográfica, ed. Jaime Sala (Toledo: Imp. De Rodríguez y Hermano, 1911).

literature

Manuel de Castro, ‘San Pascual Bailón, OFM’, Diccionario de historia eclesiástica de España, 4 Vols. (Madrid, 1972-1975) III, 1885-1886; Enciclopedia de orientación bibliográfica, 4 Vols. (Barcelona, 1964-1965) III, 364 (no. 2158); Pascual Rambla, San Pascual Bailón, hermano y amigo de todos (Barcelona, 1979); José Vicente Ciurana Viquer, ‘El ‘Cartapacio’ de San Pascual Bailón. Los escritos del Santo’, Estudios Franciscanos 98 (1997), 393-451.

 

 

 

 

Pascual Bertala (Pascal Bertala, d. 1828)

OFMCap. Lay friar from the Genoa province. Combined practical medical activities (eye-surgery etc.) with occultism and historiographical ventures. Died at Genoa, on 21 February 1828.

editions

Saggio della vita dei cappuccini liguri illustri in virtu dottrina e santita (Genoa, 1822).

Dissertazione teoretico-prattica sulla cateratta (Genoa, 1822/Genoa, Second revised edition, 1828).

literature

Johann Maria von Regensburg, Appendix ad Bibliothecam Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Rome, 1852), 35 ; Fr. Molfino, Cappuccini liguri scrittori ed artisti (Genoa, 1909), 13-14; I cappuccini genovesi (Genoa, 1912) I, 70-71, 304. 

 

 

 

 

Pasqualis Frasconi (Pasqualis Frosconi, 1706-1791)

OFM. Italian friar from Varese (born 6 July 1706). Entered the Franciscan Reformati in the Milan province in the Santa Maria degli Angeli friary on 19 October 1722. Teacher, preacher and above all an accomplished administrator: two-times provincial minister , general commissioner for the Cismontan Observants and minister general for 23 years, from 21 May 1768 to 20 May 1791. Responsible for the redaction of new collections of order statutes, liturgical statutes and the author of a number of circular letters and encycliques. Also stimulator of order historiography and a staunch defender of traditional Catholic values eroded by the advance of enlightment ideas.

literature

A. Pergamo, De P. Paschqale a Varisio, Ordinis Minorum ministro generali (1768-1791) (Salerno, 1952); Z. Franz, ‘De legislatione circa probabilismum in Ordine Fratrum Minorum’, Antonianum 29 (1954), 258-263; P.M. Sevesi, L’Ordine dei Frati Minori (a. 1517-1957) (Milan, 1958) I, 60-65; Cl. Schmitt, ‘Frasconi ou Frosconu (Pasquale)’, DHGE XVIII, 1048-1049.

 

 

 

 

Pasqualis Molina de Conceptione (Pascual Molina de la Concepción, fl. ca. 1760)

OFMDisc. Member of the San Pascual province, Muria.

literature

AIA 26 (1926), 198-199; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 150 (no. 583).

 

 

 

 

Pascualis Salmerón (Pascual Salmerón, fl. mid to later 18th cent.)

OFMDisc. Friar from the San Pacual custody (Murcia) in the 1760s/1770s)

literature

AIA 27 (1927), 138-139; AIA 20 (1960), 133; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 176 (no. 768).

 

 

 

 

Pasquier d'Orange (Paschasius d'Orange, Pasquier Dorenge, fl. c. 1600)

Observant Franciscan friar from the Lille (Rijssel) monastery, who studied at Louvain and after finishing up in 1597 became lector. Nothing else is known about him, other that he translated a work from Latin into French (see below). In the introductory commendation of this work, adressed at the abbot of Loos (near Lille), Pierre Charpentier, Pasquier describes himself as a young preacher and student (vostre humble orateur & estudiant). According to the Martyrologium prof. S. Andreae, Pasquier d'Orange would have died on May 29, 1597, yet the commendation to Pierre Charpentier dates fro June 23 of that same year. According Willot and De Troeyer, Pasquier would have been alive in 1598 and 1599.

editions

Le pré spirituel du S. Pere Sophronius, Patriarche de Iherusalem, Escript en Grec, puis traslaté du Grec en Latin par le Venerable Pere Ambroise mone de Camaldule. Enrichi de belles annotations, & traduit du latin en françois par F. Pasquier Dorenge, Religieux de l'Ordre des Freres Mineurs de l'Observance (Louvain: Chez Iehan Maes, & Philippe Zangre, Imprimeurs iurez, 1598). Available via Google Books.

literature

Gaspar De le Tenre, Memoriale rerum notabilium ordinis FF. Minorum Provinciae S. Andreae, pars 2a: Mortilogium, f. 26v; H. Willot, Athenae orthodoxae sodalii Franciscani (Liege, 1598), 290; De Troeyer, Bio-Biographica Franciscana Neerlandica Saeculi XVI, I: Pars biographica (Nieuwkoop: De Graaf, 1969), 379.

 

 

 

 

Pastor de Serrescuderio (d. 1356)

>>>>>Franciscan theologian and cardinal

literature

William J. Courtenay, ‘Pastor de Serrescuderio and MS Saint-Omer 239’, Archives d’Histoire Doctrinaire et Littéraire du MA 83 (1996), 325-356; Hubert Franz Xaver Alisade, ‘Pastor de Serrescuderio’, in: Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon XXXV (2014) 1059-1061 [Online version: http://www.bbkl.de/lexikon/bbkl-artikel.php?wt=1&art=./P/Pa/pastor_se.art].

With thanks to dr. Hubert Franz Xaver Alisade

 

 

 

 

Paschalis Victoriensis (Pascal de Vitoria, eerste helft 14e eeuw)

Spaanse minderbroeder uit de Victoria custody (Baskenland) die in 1333 met zijn collega Gonsalvus Trantorna naar Azië (Turkmenistan) werd uitgezonden. Na een pilgrimstocht naar Assisi (Portiuncola), namen ze de boot in Venetië. Een jaar lang verbleven ze in Saraï, in het Khanaat van Kiptchac (ten noorden van de Kaspische Zee). Daar leerde Vittoria de mongoolse talen en het schrift dat hij voor zijn missie nodig had. Trokken vervolgens verder naar Al-Malik, ten zuid-oosten van het Balkal meer, waar zich een Franciskaans episcopaat bevond onder de bescherming van Khan Kazan. Na de moord op Khazan werd diens plaats ingenomen door de fanatieke Moslim Ali-Sultan (1337), die op fundamentalisch-Islamitische wijze met geweld een eind maakte aan alle niet-islamitische uitingen van religie. Pascal de Vitoria werd gearresteerd, samen met enkele Franciscaanse medebroeders en bischop Richard van Bourgondië. Na te zijn gemarteld werden ze geëxecuteerd ca. 24 juni 1339 [Cf. de reactie van paus Clement VI op het bericht van hun dood volgens de Franciscaanse geschiedschrijver Johannes van Winterthur, MGH Scriptores Rerum Germanicarum Nova Series 3 (Hanover, 1924), 208]. Pascal deed verslag van zijn missie-activiteiten in zijn Brevis relatio sui itineris, rerumque a se gestarum per modum epistolae ad Fratres Conventus, et Custodice Victoriensis. Dit verslag in briefvorm, verzonden uit Al-Malik (10 augustus 1338), en gericht aan zijn medebroeders in Vitoria, is in verschillende oude kronieken van de orde opgenomen, en is ook herhaaldelijk geediteerd in de twintigste eeuw.

Edities:

Epistola Paschalis Victoriensis de suo in Tartariam itinere. In: Chronicae xxiv generalium. Analecta Franciscana. III (1897) 532-535; A. v.d. Wyngaert (red.), Sinica Franciscana (Quaracchi, 1929) I, 497-506.

Literatuur:

Sbaralea, Supplementum. II. 306; Pedro de Anasagasti, ‘Un vasco en Tartaria en el siglo 14. Fr. Pascual de Vitoria, geógrafo, apóstel y mártir’, Homenaje a Don Julio de Urquijo (San Sebastian, 1949) II, 329-357; V. Rondelez, ‘Un évêché en Asie Centrale au 14e siècle’, Neue Zeitschrift für Missionswissenschaft 7 (1951), 1-17.

 

 

 

 

Patricius Sporer (Patrizius Sporer, c. 1600-1683, Passau)

Born c. 1600. OFMRec. Since 1637. Taught philosophy in Augsburg (1644) and Passau (1649), and later theology in Dettelborch (1653-5) and Passau (1665). Penitentiary of the cathedral between 1645 and 1653. Cathedral preacher between 1652 and 1653.

Editions

Theologia Moralis super Decalogum et Sacramenta, 6 Vols. (Salzburg: Joh. Bapt. Mayer, 1692-1693)/ ed. Bierbaum, 3 Vols. (Paderborn, 1899-1901). Now accessible via Google Books and other digital portals.

Tyrocinium Theologiae Moralis, Conscientiam, Actvm Hvmanvm Et Peccatvm, In genere moraliter explicans et applicans, collectum et ad disputationem publicam propositum in conventu Fratrum Minorum S. Francisci strict. observ. ad D.V. Mariam miraculosam prope Dettlbacum (Würzburg: Jobus Hertz, 1660). Available via Google Books.

Recollectiones morales extemporaneae super Theologiam moralem universam a ...: Patritii Sporer ... auctam supplemento a ... Kiliani Kazenberger, in froma compedii praesentatae, ac in irdinem connexionis materiarum digestae ab a Cherubino Mayr (N. Pezzana, 1755).

literature

‘Sporer, Patricius’, Catholicisme XIV, 403-404; DThC XIV, 2551; FS 6 (1919), 337-368; LThK³ IX, 868

 

 

 

 

Paulinus de Aumali (Paulin d'Aumale, fl. 17th cent.)

French Franciscan tertiary. Member of the Parisian Nazareth convent. Spiritual author.

editions

Traité du pur amour (1695-1699), ed. Christian Belin (Grenoble: Jérôme Millon, 2015). Cf. presentation of Daniel Vidal, 'Paulin d’Aumale, Traité du pur amour (1695-1699)', Archives de sciences sociales des religions 176 (octobre-décembre 2016), mis en ligne le 13 juillet 2017, consulté le 17 octobre 2017. URL : http://assr.revues.org/28178

Traités spirituels (Paris: Honoré Champion, 2017).

Some extracts of his works have been included in La vie mystique chez les franciscains du dix-septième siècle: observants, tiers ordres, récollets. Tome I: Introduction, florilège issu de traditions franciscaines, ed. Dominique Tronc, Collection Sources mystiques (Mers-sur-Indre: Paroisse et Famille-Centre Saint-Jean-de-la-Croix, 2014).

 

 

 

 

Paulinus de Estrella (Paulino de la Estrella, d. 1683)

OFM. Poet in the Arrábida province (Portugal).

literature

AIA 20 (1923), 138-139; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) IX, nos. 6014-6020; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 112 (no. 296).

 

 

 

 

Paulinus de Scarbimiria (Paulin of Skalbmierz, d. 1498)

Polish Observant friar, active as a preacher and confessor, who died in Cracow on August 5, 1498. To him is ascribed an illustrated art of memory, geared towards the needs of preachers, entitled Populus meus captivus ductus est (a quote from Isaiah 5:13). It has survived in MS Polish Academy of Sciences, Kornik Library 1122, ff. 17r–26v. The manuscript is known as the 'Codex of Pawel of Lomza', and amounts to a substantial miscellany with a wide range of differents treatises, sermons, pilgrimage accounts, miracle texts (including Caesarius of Heisterbach's Dialogus Miraculorum). For more information on the manuscript and the author, see the introduction to the edition, as well as the literature mentioned below.

editions

Populus meus captivus ductus est, edited in: The Art of Memory in Late Medieval Central Europe (Czech Lands, Hungary, Poland), ed. Farkas Gabor Kiss (Budapest-Paris: L'Harmattan, 2016), 227-245.

literature

Rafal Wojcik, 'The art of memory in Poland in the Late Middle Ages (1400–1530)', in: The Art of Memory in Late Medieval Central Europe (Czech Lands, Hungary, Poland), ed. Farkas Gabor Kiss (Budapest-Paris: L'Harmattan, 2016), 65-106 (esp. 85–89).

With thanks to Farkas Gabor Kiss, who brought this to our attention.

 

 

 

 

Paulinus Erdt (1737-1800)

OFMRef.

literature

Hanspeter Marti, ‘Interkonfessioneller Wissenstransfer in der Zeit der Spataufklärung. Zur Aufname der Historia literaria in deutschsprachigen katholischen Ländern’, in: Historia literaria. Neuordnungen des Wissens im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert, ed. Frank Grunert & Friedrich Vollhardt (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2007), 161-190.

 

 

 

Paulinus Venetus (Paulinus Minorita, ca. 1270/1274 - 1344)

Italian friar. Active in the Padua convent (December 1293). Priest around 1300, and lector in 1301 (probably (also considering his age) after he had passed through a non-degree lectorate course at a Franciscan studium generale) . In October 1304 mentioned as custos of the Venice custody. Between 1305 and 1307, he was active as inquisitor of the March of Treviso. Between 1315 and 1316, the Venetian republic used Paulinus as ambassador at the neapolitan court of king Robert of Anjou. In 1321, Paulinus can be found at Aix-en-Provence. By then, he is already papal penitentiary. In this function, he examines (in 1321) on request of pope John XXII the Liber Secretorum Fidelium Crucis of Marino Sanudo. The pope also uses Paulinus as papal ambassador at Venice. In 1324, pope John XXII appoints Paulinus to the neapolitan episcopate Pozzuoli [Cf. BF V (Rome, 1898), n. 541], a position that Paulinus is able to take up in 1326. During his years as bishop, Paulinus frequents the court of Robert of Anjou and becomes a favorite counsellor of the king. Paulinus dies at Pozzuoli before the first of July, 1344. During the years of his episcopate, Paulinus became rather active as historian, chronographer and geographer. He produced three large, densely illustrated and indexed chronicles, which can be seen as three different versions with changing organisational matrices. These chronicles are the Chronologia magna (mss. Venice, Bibl. Marc. Cod. Lat. 399; Paris Bibliothèque Nationale Lat. 4939), the Notabilium Historiarum Epitoma (ms. Florence, Laurentiana Plut. 21 sin 4), and the Satyrica gestarum rerum, regum atque regnorum et summorum pontificum historia (o.a. ms. Cessena, Bibl. S. Francisci; ms. Vat. Lat. 1960; Prague, National Museum XVI A 8 (4 a 10, 65)), Some of the chronicles also contain additional treatises, such as a Provinciale Ordinis Fratrum Minorum (a list of Franciscan provinces, custodies and convents; ms. Vat. Lat. 1960; ms. Bamberg, Hist. 4/2 E III 11), a Mappa Mundi, a Provinciale Romane Curie (a list of dioceses and ecclesiastical provinces) a Tractatus de Diis Gentium et Fabulis Poetarum, De Providentia et Fortuna, a Tractatus de Regimine Rectoris, and a Tractatus de Ludo Scacorum [cf. See Heullant-Donat]. To him was also ascribed a Liber de Terra Sancta, yet that is the third book of Marino Sanudo’s Liber secretorum fidelium crucis.

Partial editions:

Notabilium Historiarum Epitoma, in: Bruchstücke aus der Weltchronik des Minoriten Paulinus von Venedig, I. Rezension, Heft 1 und 2, ed. W. Holzmann, Texte zur Kulturgeschichte des Mittelalters, 3, 4 (Rome, 1927); `Prologue de l'Epithoma', ed. I. Heullant-Donat, in: `Entrer dans l'histoire', 436-437.

Compendium, sive Chronologia Magna, in: De Passagiis in Terram Sanctam. Excerpta ex Chronologia Magna Codicis Latini Bibliothecae ad d. Marci Venetiarum, ed. G.M.Th. Onoldinus, Societas Illustrandis Orientis Latinis Monumentis (Venice, 1879); Quinta Vita Clementis V et Quarta Vita Joannis XXII, ed. S. Baluze & G. Mollat, in: Vitae Paparum Avenionensium, 1 (Paris, 1914), 81-88, 169-171; S. Antonii Paduani Vita Compendiata Auctore Fr. Paolino Puteolano Episcopo, ed. E. d'Alencon, Analecta Ordinis Fratrum Minorum Cappuccinorum, 17 (1901), 344-350; Vita S. Ludovici Episcopi, in: Processus Canonizationis et Legendae Variae Sancti Ludovici (Quaracchi, 1951), 400-403; Leggenda Francescana Liturgica del XIII Secolo, ed. D.M. Faloci-Pulignani, AF, 8 (1901), 52-75; `Prologue du Compendium, version de Venise', ed. I. Heullant-Donat, in: `Entrer dans l'histoire', 437-438.

Satirica Ystoria, in: Muratori, IV (Milan, 1741), 949-1034 (Excerpta ex Jordani Chronico); `Prologue de la Satirica ystoria', ed. I. Heullant-Donat, in: `Entrer dans l'histoire', 440-442.

Trattato de Regimine Rectoris di Fra Paolino Minorita, ed. A. Mussafia (Vienna-Florence, 1868). Partial editions (namely the second book on family life) have also been edited as Del governo della famiglia, ed. C. Foucard (Venice, 1856) & Del reggimento della casa, ed. A. Rossi (Perugia, 1860) [De Regimine Rectoris, inspired by De Regimine Principum of Giles of Rome, and produced in the Venetian vernacular on request of Marino Badoer, Duke of Crete, deals with the responsibilities of various communities, namely familis, colleges, cities, states etc. The first part of the work deals with the necessary qualities of the rector or governor (esp. the virtues of prudence, evenhandedness, magnaminity, moral integrety etc.), and provides rules/norms for his personal behaviour. The second part deals with the obligations towards one’s family (wife, children, domestic servants etc.). The third part deals with the government of communities as such (dealing with proper counsel, the proper application of law, the importance of justice and the primordial importance to keep the interests of the people at heart). For more information see especially: . Sorbelli, ‘I teoretici del reggimento comunale, ch. 8: Fra Paolino Minorita e il trattato ‘De regimine rectoris’,’ Bullettino dell’Istituto Italiano per il Medio Evi 59 (1944), 123-133.]

Provinciale Ordinis Fratrum Minorum Vetustissimum Secundum Codicem Vaticanum nr. 1960, ed. K. Eubel (Quaracchi, 1862); BF, 5 (Rome, 1898), 579-602.

literature:

Sbaralea, Supplementum. II 307-308; H. Simonsfeld, 'Bemerkungen zu der Weltchronik des Frater Paulinus von Venedig, Bischofs von Pozzuoli.' Deutsche Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft. X (1893) 120-127; G. Fussenegger, ‘Fr. Paulinus de Venetiis, custos in Custodia Venetiarum’, AFH 24 (1931), 283; A. Vernet, ‘Une version provençale de la ‘Chronologia magna’ de Paulin de Venise’, Bibliothèque de l’École des Chartes 104 (1943), 115-130; A. Ghinato, Fra Paolino da Venezia, O.F.M. vescovo di Pozzuoli. (Studi e testi francescani, I) Rome, 1951; D. Franceschi, ‘Fra Paolino da Venezia’, Atti della Accademia delle Scienze di Torino 98 (1963-1964), 109-152; A.-D. Von den Brincken, ‘Mappa Mundi und Chronographia. Studien zur ‘Imago Mundi’ des abendländischen Mittelalters’, Deutsches Archiv für Erforschung des Mittelalters 24 (1968), 118-186; Anna-Dorothee von den Brincken, ‘Tabula alphabetica. Von den Anfängen alphabetischer Registerarbeiten zu geschichtlichen Werken (Vincenz von Beauvais OP, Johannes von Hautfuney, Paulinus Minorita OFM)’, in: Festschrift für Hermann Heimpel zum 70. Geburtstag am 19. September 1971, 3 Vols. (Göttingen, 1971-1973) II, 900-923; A. Bondanini, ‘La pianta di Ferrara di fra Paolino Minorita’, Atti e memorie della deputazione provinziale ferrarese di storia patria ser. 3, no. 13 (1973), 33-89; Clément Schmitt, ‘Paulin de Venise’, DSpir XII, 606-607; I. Heullant-Donat, Entrer dans l'histoire. Paolino da Venezia et les prologues de ses chroniques universelles', MEFRM, 105 (1993), 381-442 (gives all the manuscripts); Idem, Ab Origine Mundi. Fra Elemosina e Paolino da Venezia. Deux Franciscains Italiens et l'histoire universelle au xive siècle, Thèse pour le doctorat ès-lettres, 3 Vols. (Paris, 1994); L. Veszprémy, `La tradizione unno-magiara nella `cronaca universale' di fra' paolini da Venezia', in: Spiritualità e lettere nella cultura italiana e ungherese del basso medioevo, ed. S. Graciotti & C. Vasoli (Florence, 1995), 355-375;Gert Melville>>>; Giulia Barone, `Paulinus Minorita', LMA, VI, 1815f.; D. Andersen, `Fra Paolino's De Providentia et Fortuna', Das Mittelalter, 1 (1996), 51-73; Roest, Reading the Book of History, H 7.; Idem, `A Meditative Spectacle: Christ's Bodily Passion in the Satirica Ystoria', in: The Broken Body. Passion Devotion in Late-Medieval Culture, ed. A.A. MacDonald, H.N.B. Ridderbos & R.M. Schlusemann (Groningen, 1998), 31-54.; LThK³ VII, 1492; Enciclopedia dell’arte medievale IX, 150-152/156-160; Anna-Dorothee von den Brincken, ‘Paulinus Minorita of Venice (Fra Paolino Veneto; Paulinus Minorita) (c. 1275-1344)’, in: Trade, Travel, and Exploration in the Middle Ages: An Encyclopedia, ed. John Block Friedman & Kristen Mossler, Kristen (New York, NY etc., 2000), 470-472; Paolo Evangelisti, ‘I ‘pauperes Christi’ e i linguaggi dominativi. I francescani come protagonisti della testualità politica e dell’organizzazione del consenso nel bassomedioevo (Gilbert de Tournai, Paolino da Venezia, Francesco Eiximenis)’, in: La propaganda politica. Atti del XXXVIII Convegno storico internazionale. Todi, 14-17 ottobre 2001 (Spoleto: Centro italiano di studi sull’alto medioevo, 2002), 315-392; I. Heullant-Donat, ‘L’encyclopédisme sous le pontificat de Jean XXII, entre savoir et propagande. L’exemple de Paolino da Venezia’, in: La vie culturelle, intellectuelle et scientifique à la Cour des Papes d’Avignon, ed. Jacqueline Hamesse, Textes et études du Moyen Age, 28 (Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2006), 255-276; Michelina Di Cesare, ‘Problemi di autografía nei testimoni del Compendium e della Satirica Ystoria di Paolino Veneto’, Res Publica Litterarum 30 (2007), 39-49; Anna Dorothee von den Brincken, ‘Europa um 1320 auf zwei Weltkarten süditalienischer Provenienz. Die Karte zur ‘Chronologia magna’ des Paulinus Minorita (BNF Lat. 4939) und die Douce-Karte (Bodleian Douce 319)’, in: Europa im Weltbild des Mittelalters. Kartographische Konzepte, ed. Ingrid Baumgärtner & Hartmut Kugler, Orbis mediaevalis (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2008), 157-170; Michelina Di Cesare, Studien zu Paulinus Venetus, De mapa mundi, Monumenta Germaniae Historica. Studien und Texte, 58 (Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015).

 

 

 

 

Pauluccius de Trinci (Paoluccio Trinci/dei Trinci, fl. later 14th cent.)

Franciscan spiritual reformer and one of the founding fathers of the Franciscan Observant movement.

literature

Mario Sensi, ‘Brogliano e l’opera di fra Paoluccio Trinci’, Picenum Seraphicum 12 (1975), 7-62; Mario Sensi, Dal movimento eremitico alla regolare Osservanza. L'opera di fra Paoluccio Trinci (Assisi, 1992).

 

 

 

 

Paulus a Foligno (….)

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editions

Origo et Progressus Ordinis Fratrum Minorum Capuccinorum, ed. Melchior de Pobladura (Rome, 1955).

 

 

 

 

Paulus Argoli (Paolo Argoli da Tagliacozzo, 1570-1591)

OFMConv. Brother of the more famous Andrea Argoli. Paolo joined the Conventuals at an early age. He was a promising and precocious student, who finished at a young age at the Collegium S. Bonaventurae in Rome and had just been given his first Lenten cycle to preach publicly in Rosigliano, near Bari, when he died at the age of 21.

manuscripts/editions

Propositiones paralellae S. Thomae Aquin., & Scoti, comparatae, examinate, cribatae, &c. Never published due to his untimely death.

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 592-597.

 

 

 

 

Paulus Assisiensis (Paolo d'Assisi, fl. first half 15th cent.)

OFMConv & later Obs. Born in Assisi at the end of the Fourteenth century. He took his vows in Assisi as a conventual friar. Continued his theological studies after his ordination. He apparently reached the Magisterium and taught at Padua. After a dramatic meeting with Bernardino da Siena, Paolo left the Conventuals in 1426 and became an Observant friar. For a number of years he traveled with Bernardino and also embarked on preaching journeys of his own, visiting Perugia, Florence, Padua and Venice. He left a Quadragesimale, and allegedly also a Life of Bernardino. The contents of his preaching are to some extent known thanks to the the vernacular reportationes of his 1437 Lenten cycle by a lay listener in Florence, now found in MS Florence, Bibioteca Nazionale Centrale, Magliabechiano XXI 175. These reportationes indicate that Paolo used a wealth of exegetical techniques, privileging stories (and embellishments of these stories) taken from the Old Testament. Two Latin sermons by Paolo of Assisi are included in the MS Rome, BAV Borgiana Latina 394 (Sermo de voto & Sermo de peccato in Spiritum Sanctum).

literature

Silvia Ferri, ‘Nota d’alchuni amaestramenti’: Un diario anonimo del ciclo quaresimale predicato da Paolo d’Assisi a Firenze nel 1437, Unpublished MA Thesis (Università di Bologna – Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, a.a. 2008/2009).

 

 

 

 

Paulinus Bajanus (Paulinus Bajan, fl. c. 1750)

Franciscan musician and editor of a Franciscan Missal, the so-called Harmonia Seraphica.

literature

L. Kacic, ‘Franziskanische Bearbeitungen der Figuralmusik des 17.-18. Jahrhundert’ in: Plaude turba paupercula. Franziskanischer Geist in Musik, Literatur und Kunst. Konferenzbericht Bratislava, 4.-6. Oktober 2004, ed. Ladislav Kacic (Bratislava: Jana Stanislava SAV, 2005), 197-233.

 

 

 

 

Paulus Bellintani (Paolo Bellintani de Salò, 1530-1590?)

OFMCap. Born in 1530 at Gazzana, near Saló. Brother of the more famous Mattia Bellintani de Saló. Member of the Capuchin Brescia province, and renowned for his 20 years service among those afflicted by the plague (at Milan, Brescia, and Marseile). He wrote his experience down in his Dialogo sulla peste (after 1584). By 1590, he was the guardian of the Treviglio convent. Some letters by Carolus Borromeaus in which Paolo Bellintani is mentioned can be found in MS Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana F. 140.

editions

Dialogo sulla peste, partial edition in F. Odorici, ‘I due Bellintani da Saló ed il dialogo della peste di fra Paolo Bellintani’, in: Raccolta di cronisti e storici lombardi (Milan, 1857), 25-53. A complete edition based on a manuscript found in the Capuchin archives of the Milan province was published by Ildefono Aliverti da Como, Italia francescana 2-4 (1926-1930). A new edition appeared as: Paolo Bellintani, Dialogo della peste, ed. Ermano Paccagnini, Centro Studi Cappuccini Lombardi, 28 (Milan: Libri Scheiwiller, 2001). [cf. Collectanea Franciscana 71 (2001), 607f; Helvetia Franciscana 30 (2001), 224f; Il Santo 43 (2003), 298-300] See also: Padre Fra Paolo Bellintani da Salò e il suo ‘Dialogo della peste’, ed. Daniela Castoldi (Milan: Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Facoltà di Magistero - Materie Letterarie, Anno accademico 1971-1972).

literature

V. Bonari, I conventi ed i cappuccini bresciani (Milan, 1891); A. Teetaert, ‘Bellintani’, DHGE VII, 917-918.

 

 

 

 

Paulus Amaltheus [??]

Carmen latinum in Mortem Friderici III Imperatoris (post. an. 1508): Oxford, Bodl. Rawl. D. 297

 

 

 

 

Paulus Boncagni of Perugia (fl. ca. 1340)

One of the friars who was incarcerated in Perugia ca. 1340. Compilor of sermons de Sanctis, heavily dependent upon the sermons of Jacobus de Tresanti.

Manuscripts

Sermones de S.: Bib. Apost.Vat. Chigi C.V. 128

Sermones Quadragesimales [?]:Assisi? [Zawart, 324]

literature

C. Cenci, ‘Noterelle su fr. Giacomo da Tresanti, lettore, predicatore (d. ca. 1344)’, AFH, 86 (1993), 124-126.

 

 

 

 

Paulus de Britio (Paolo Brizio/Paolo da Bra/Fabrizio Brizio, 1587-1665)

OFM. Born at Bra as the son of Count Gabriele Brizio da Castelletto on 7 April 1587. Entered the friars minor (adopting the name Paolo). Studied theology at Naples, reaching the magisterium in June 1625. Taught as a lector at the convents of Cuneo, Bra and Turin. Provincial minister and difinitor general for the order at the general chapter of Toledo. After his return to Northern Italy, the Duke of Savoye, Victor-Amadeo, made him his personal counsellor and his ambassador at the Spanish court of Philip IV. In this quality, Paolo travelled to Madrid and Barcelona. Returned to Italy via Nice and Venice. Became confessor of Christine de France, Duchess of Savoye and with her support obtained the position of bishop of Alba-Pompeia (15 December 1642). Held several diocesan synods (1645, 1649, 1652, 1658), published synodal statutes and also embarked on historiographical and biographical projects (a.o. on the house of Savoye and on the Brizio family). A number of these texts were published. He died on 2 November 1665.

editions

Seraphica Subalpina (Turin, 1647).

De progressibus Ecclesiae Occidentalis in XVI Saeculis (Carmagnola, 1648).

Acta et Constitutiones Secundae Synodi Dioecesanae Albensis (Carmagnola, 1649).

Synodus Dioecesanae Albensis Tertia (Carmagnola, 1652).

Synodus Quarta, Historialis Sanctae Albensis Ecclesiae (Carmagnola, 1658). 

Sabaudia Rediviva, seu Vita Caroli-Emmanuelis I Sabaudis Ducis & Albae Pompeiae Succinta Descriptio (Turin, 1661).

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literature

T. da Rocharione, Copia d’una lettera di raggualio dell’arrivo ed intrata di Mgr Ill. F. Paolo Britio, vescovo d’Alba (Turin, 1648); Sbaralea, Supplementum (ed. Rome, 1921) II, 310-311; F. Ughelli-Coletti, Italia sacra (Venice, 1719) IV, 281; G. Mazzuchelli, Gli scrittori d’Italia (Brescia, 1763) II,iv, 2086; G. Cappelletti, Le Chiese d’Italia (Venice, 1858) XIV, 170; J. Meyranesius, Pedemontium Sacrum, ed. A. Bosio (Turin, 1863), 885-896; A. Mathis, Storia dei monumenti sacri e delle famiglie di Bra (Alba, 1888), 137-138; B. Gams, Series Episcoporum, 180; L. Jadin, ‘Brizio’, DHGE X, 785; >>>; Gian Luigi Bruzzone, ‘Un’autobiografia e dodici lettere di mgr Paolo Brizio, minore osservante’, Studi Francescani 99 (2002), 273-293;

 

 

 

 

Paulus de Lagny (Paul de Lagny, fl. 17th cent.)

French Capuchin friar. He joined the order at Amiens, to become a missionary in the Levant (1640-1649). After a stint as novice master in Paris (1651-1659), he was again active as a missionary in Constantinople and Smyrna (1660-1662). He then again became novice master in France, to travel to Rome in the late 1670s, in the context of the beatification of Honoré de Paris. He died in the Couvent des capucins du faubourg Saint-Jacques (Paris) in 1694.

For more information, see http://www.freres-capucins.fr/Paul-de-Lagny.html

editions

Le Double esprit d'Élie, qui introduit l'âme dans la vie active et contemplative (Paris: G. André, 1657). Available via Gallica.

Exercice méthodique de l'oraison mentale en faveur des âmes qui se retrouvent dans l'estat de la vie purgative, où la manière de s'y pouvoir utilement (...) conduire (...) - Considérations sur les principales festes de la sainte Vierge (...) - Considérations sur l'emprisonnement de S. Pierre (...) - Considérations sur la (...) conversion de (...) S. Paul. - Considérations sur la retraite que fit (...) S. François au mont d'Alverne (...) (Paris: Veuve D. Thierry, 1658).

Introduction à la vie active et contemplative (...) composée en faveur des âmes qui désirent tendre à la perfection, par le P. Paul de Lagny (...) (Paris: G. André, 1658). This work received a number of additional editions and was also translated into Italian (editions in 1719,1725, and 1743).

Canones amoris sacri, collectore P. Paulo Latiniaco (...) (Paris. Veuve D. Thierry, 1659).

Meditations religieuses pour le matin. Par le P. Paul de Lagny capucin, 2 Vols. (Paris: Denis Thierry, 1663). Accessible via Google Books. Cf. also http://www.freres-capucins.fr/Meditations-pour-le-matin-et-pour.html

La pratique de bien mourir, ou moyens salutaires pour aider les malades a rendre leurs infirmites meritoires ete les moribonds a faire une bonne mort (1663). This might be a French translation of an already existing work in Italian.

Encheirídion orthodóxon tôn Rômaíôn (Paris: Antoine Vitré, 1668). Available via Gallica.

La Vie de la séraphique épouse de Jésus-Christ Marie Lorence Lelong, napolitaine, première fondatrice des religieuses capucines (...) de nouveau composée en françois par le P. Paul de Lagny (...) (Paris: J. Couterot, 1667/Paris: J. Couterot, 1679).

Le Chemin abbrégé de la perfection chrestienne dans l'exercice de la volonté de Dieu... par le P. Paul de Lagny (...) (Paris: Denis Thierry, 1673). Available via Gallica. a twentieth-century edition appeared as Le Chemin abrégé de la perfection chrétienne, par le P. Paul de Lagny (...) Avec une notice sur l'auteur par le P. Ubald d'Alençon, 'Il Poverello'. Spiritualité franciscaine. 2e série, XL (Paris: Société Saint-François-d'Assise, 1929). See also http://www.freres-capucins.fr/Le-chemin-abrege-de-la-perfection.html

Conduite intérieure pour les âmes qui désirent tendre à la perfection chrestienne par les exercices de l'oraison et de l'action (...) (Paris: E. Couterot, 1698). Seems to be an amended re-issue of the Introduction à la vie active et contemplative from 1658.

Some pasages from his works are included in La vie mystique chez les franciscains du dix-septième siècle. Tome II: Florilège de figures mystiques de la réforme capucine, ed. Dominique Tronc, Collection Sources mystiques (Mers-sur-Indre: Paroisse et Famille-Centre Saint-Jean-de-la-Croix, 2014).

literature

H. Bremond, 'Le Père Paul de Lagny et le panmysticisme franciscain', Histoire litteraire 7 (1928), 266-278; Ubald d'Alencon, 'La spiritualite franciscaine', Études Franciscaines 39 (1927), 462-464; Willibrord-Christian Van Dijk, 'Paul de Lagny', DSpir. XII, 566-569.

 

 

 

 

Paulus de Leczyca (Pawel z Leczycy, 1572-1642)

OFMObs. Polish friar. Translator into Polish of works by Botero and the Chronicles of Marco de Lisboa.

literature

Aleksander Sitnik, ‘Pawel z Leczycy – Bernardin (1572-1642)’, Studia Franciszkanskie 12 (2002), 489-580. [cf. AFH 97 (2004), 215f]; Aleksander Krzysztof Sitnik, ‘Leczycki, Lencicius, Pawel, Pawel z Leczycy, OFMObs’, Encyklopedia Katolicka XI, 468-469

 

 

 

 

Paulus de Roma (fl. ca. 1432)

manuscripts

Sermones Quadragesimales [written november 1432]: New York, Conv. S. Francisci W. 31 Str. Unnumbered ff. 5-115 [Zawart, 292]

 

 

 

 

Paulus de Sancto Spirito (David King, d. 1665)

OFM. Irish friar. Son of a secretary of Lord Upper Ossory. After a thorough education, David King entered the order and obtained the name of Paul of the Holy Spirit. Received a further education in Latin, Greek and Hebrew under the Franciscan friar Bonaventure Baron. Due to unlucky circumstances, he was emprisoned, and was only freed after the intervention of Luke Wadding. In 1641, he is found at Brindisi, southern Italy, where he held a post as professor of moral theology. After the revolt of the Catholic confederation of Kilkenny, David/Paulus returned to Ireland, where, in 1644, he was the guardian of the Kilkenny convent. He combined this position with a lectorship of moral theology. Soon, the apostolic nuncius Rinuccini made him the guidesman of all the Irish Franciscans. Due to conflicts between leaders of the Catholic confederation and the nuncius (a conflict in which David/Paulus supported Rinuccini, who did not want to compromise with the English), David/Paulus had to flee to Louvain, where he composed polemical pamphlets against Rinuccini’s Irish detractors (such as the Epistola Nobilis Hiberni). Sometime later, David/Paulus became the guardian of the S. Isidoro convent (Rome) and thereafter secretary of the order’s procurator general. He died at Rome in 1665. On top of his polemical pamphlets, he wrote a number of other works, of which at least one (Idea Cosmographiae) found its way to the printing press.

editions

Epistola Nobilis Hiberni ad Amicum Belgam Scripta ex Castris Catholicis Ejusdem Regni, edited in: Vindiciae Catholicorum Hiberniae, ed. Philopatros Irenaeus (=R. Bellings) (Paris, 1650) II, and in: J.T. Gilbert, A Contemporary History of Affairs in Ireland from 1641 to 1652 (Dublin, 1879) II, 211-240.

Idea Cosmographiae Seraphicae Concepta et Concinnata a Fr. Paulo King, Hiberno (Rome, 1654).

literature

Aside from remarks in the Vindiciae Catholicorum Hiberniae of Bellings,  see Gilbert, A Contemporary History of Affairs in Ireland, passim; R. Aubert, ‘King’, DHGE XXIX, 104-105.

 

 

 

 

Paulus de Sulmona (fl. ca. 1505)?

?

manuscripts

Vita Jesu Christi: Rome Bib. Angelica R.5.14?

 

 

 

 

Paulus de Tarento (Paolo di Taranto)

Franciscan Alchemist, active as lector in Assisi in the later thirteenth century. He is the author of a number of works, including the Theorica et practica. Since Newman, many also ascribe to him the Summa Perfectionis of Pseudo-Geber, but Michela Pereira questions Newman's line of argument.

literature

H.M. Briggs, `De duobus Fratribus Minoribus Medii Aevi Alchemistis fr. Paolo de Tarento et fr. Elia', AFH, 20 (1927), 305-313; W.R. Newman, The Summa perfectionis and Late Medieval Alchemy: A Study of Chemical Traditions, Techniques, and Theories in Thirteenth Century Italy, Ph.D. Thesis, 4 Vols. (Harvard University, Cambridge (Mass.), 1986); William Newman, ‘New Light on the Identity of Geber’, Sudhoffs Archiv 69 (1985), 76-90; William Newman, ‘The Genesis of the Summa perfectionis’, Archives Internationales d’Histoire des Sciences 35 (1986), 240-302; Michela Pereira, ‘I francescani e l’alchemia’, Convivium Assisiense 10 (2008), 117-157; Michela Pereira, ‘Paolo di Taranto al crocevia dell’alchemia medievale’, in: I Francescani e le scienze. Atti del XXXIX Convegno internazionale Assisi, 6-8 ottobre 2011, Società Internazionale di Studi Francescani/Centro Interuniversitario di Studio Francescani, Convegni S.I.S.F, XXXIX, n.s. 22 (Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo, 2012), 141-185; Paola Bernardini, ‘Paolo di Taranto, filosofo. La critica dell'unicità della forma sostanziale e della resolutio usque ad primam materiam’, in: I Francescani e le scienze. Atti del XXXIX Convegno internazionale Assisi, 6-8 ottobre 2011, Società Internazionale di Studi Francescani/Centro Interuniversitario di Studio Francescani, Convegni S.I.S.F, XXXIX, n.s. 22 (Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo, 2012), 186-200. [cf. review in Il Santo 53:3 (2013), 490-495]

 

 

 

 

Paulus de Terano (fl. ca. 1435)

manuscripts

De Angelis Damnatis: Naples, Naz. VII.E.22 ff. 254r-278v

De Articulis Fidei: Naples, Naz. XIII.AA.43 ff. 1r-4r

De Iuramento: Naples, Naz. VIII.AA.31 ff. 384r-392v

De Negotiatione: Naples, Naz. I.A.23 ff. 262b-269b; V.H.274 ff. 150r-155r; VII.E.33 ff. 212r-217r; VIII.AA.31 ff. 376r-381r

De X Praeceptis: Naples, Naz. XIII.AA.43

Eglogae Theoddi. Comm., Quaestiones, Biblical Commentaries & Sermones: Naples, Naz. VIII.AA.31

literature

Cenci, Napoli, II, 1098;

 

 

 

 

Paulus e Mercatello

editions

Commentarius in I et II Libros Sententiarum (Venice, 1488)

literature

Wadding, 183; Sbar

 

 

 

 

`Paulus'Gualdensis (Anonymus Umber) (ca. 1180-ca. 1335)

Minderbroeder uit Umbrië, auteur van de Chronicon Umbriae, een grote regionaal georiënteerde wereldkroniek, opgebouwd rondom historische sleutelfiguren - Vauchez stelt voor om de naam te laten voor wat hij is en hem in het vervolg maar Anonymus umber te noemen (Vauchez, `Fratri Minori, eremitismo e santità laica', 274-5). De kroniek is heel nadrukkelijk op Umbrië en Gualdo gericht en bevat verbazend weinig jaartallen. In oudere literatuur wordt het Chronicon vaak verward met het eerder geschreven Legendarium van dezelfde auteur, dat deels hetzelfde materiaal moet hebben omvat. Van dit Legendarium en van het Chronicon zijn geen autografen of vroege afschriften bewaard gebleven. Er zijn een aantal late copieën bekend (ms Foligno, Bibl. del Seminario Fonds L. Jacobilli A, VI, 6; ms Gubbio, Bibl. della cancelleria vescovile. Credenza I; ms Rome, Bibl. Vat. Fonds Ottoboni Lat. 2666; ms Foligno, Bibl. Communale F 55.3.190; ms Rome, Bibl. Vat. Chigi G VI, 157). De kroniek van Paulus is gebruikt door zijn medebroeder Elemosina voor diens eigen eigen kroniek.

Literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum. II. 312; Ruggero Guerrieri, 'Le cronache e le agiografie francescane medioevali Gualdesi ed i loro rapporti con altre cronache et leggende agiografiche umbre.' Miscellanea Francescana. 33 (1933) 198-241; F. Fossier, 'Les chroniques de fra Paolo da Gualdo et de fra Elemosina. Premières tentatives historiographiques en Ombrie.' Mélanges de l'école française de Rome. Moyen âge-temps modernes. 89 (1977) 411-483. André Vauchez, `Frati minori, eremitismo e santità laica: Le `vite' dei santi Maio (m. 1270 ca.) e Marzio (m. 1301) di Gualdo Tadino', in: Idem, Ordini mendicanti e società italiana xiii-xv secolo (Milan, 1990), 274-305.

 

 

 

 

Paulus Gualterus Gugliensis (Paul Walther of Guglingen /Paulus Walterus, fl. late 15th cent.)

Franciscan, pilgrim. Probably born in Güglingen, near Heilbronn. At the age of 18, while being an impoverished student, he became an Augustinian canon. A further conversion experience at the age of 36, enticed him to join the Franciscan friars of the regular Observance. He worked for 23 years as a friar in and around Guglingen and Heidelberg. Then he was given permission to go on pilgrimage. In the Summer of 1481, he went first to Italy, to spend the winter in Venice. From there he traveled onward to the Holy land, reaching Jaffa in July 1482. He visited the holy places as a pilgrim and then spent a year in the Franciscan Jerusalem friary. He later traveled back in the companny of Bernard von Breydenbach, to deliver a message to the papal curia in Rome. He later returned to the German lands. He served as a preacher and as a guardian in the Basel friary (Switzerland), between 1487-1493, and afterwards became confessor of the Poor Clars of Söflingen (Ulm). He died there at the age of 74, in 1496. Paul Walther is known for the account of his travels to Palestine and Egypt, and a connected, much more substantial treatise on the geography of the Holy Land, which also justifies the Franciscan presence in the Holy Land and calling for a new crusade. Many elements of this treatise were used in the Peregrinatio in Terram Sanctam of Bernhard von Breydenbach. For its connections with texts by Francesco Suriano and Francesco Quaresmio, see the study of Marianne Petra Ritsema van Eck mentioned below.

manuscripts

De Iacobinis et eorum erroribus habitantibus Iherusalem: Staatliche Bibliotehek Neuburg an der Donau MS 04/Hs.INR 10. This manuscript contains both the itinerary and the treatise. It is the only known surviving manuscript, alhough it is clear that at least one other, more extended manuscript must have existed (as Glassberger seemingly consulted another manuscript of the work when preparing for his chronicle, and this other manuscript was apparently written for a noble patron, Johannes von Risenberg, chamberlain to King/Emperor Maximilian I. Cf. Nikolaus Glassberger, Chronica XXIV Generalium Ordinis Minorum. Cum pluribus appendicibus, Analecta Francescana, III (Quaracchi: Typografia collegii S. Bonaventurae, 1897), XVI, XXIV, 654-657.

editions

Fratris Pauli Walteri Gugliensis: Itinerarium in Terram Sanctam et ad Sanctam Catharinam, ed. Matthias Sollweck (Tübingen: Literarisches Verein Stuttgart, 1892). This is a very partial edition and does not do justice to the text of the treatise. Much has been uncovered in the recent work of Marianne Petra Ritsema van Eck.

Literature

Necrologium Provinciae Argentinae Fratrum Minorum Observantium (1427-1541), ed. Patricius Schlager (Florence: Ad Aquas Claras, 1917), 271; Kristian Bosselmann-Cyran, `Walther, Paul (von Guglingen)', Verfasserlexikon X, 655-657; Karl Suso Frank, Das Klarissenkloster Söflingen: Ein Beitrag zur franziskanischen Ordensgeschichte Süddeutschlands und zur Ulmer Kirchengeschichte (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1980), 132; Kristian Bosselmann-Cyran, `Das arabische Vokabular des Paul Walther von Guglingen und seine Überlieferung im Reisebericht Bernhards von Breidenbach', Würzburger medizinhistorische Mitteilungen 12 (1994), 153-182; Ursula Ganz-Blättler, Andacht und Abenteuer: Berichte europäischer Jerusalem- und Santiago-Pilger (1320-1520), Jakobus-Studien, 3rd Ed. (Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag 2000 (first ed. 1991)), 79, 109, 123, 125-126, 142; Marianne Petra Ritsema van Eck, Custodians of Sacred Space: Constructing the Franciscan Holy Land through texts and sacri monti (ca. 1480-1650), PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, 2017), passim.

 

 

 

 

Paulus in Perpignam (fl. ca. 1440)

Caeremoniale Admissionis Novitae in Monasterium (an. 1490, per fratrem Paulum in Perpignam ad usum Eleanorae de Ortafa Novile, Clarissiae de Perpignam): Oxford, Bodl. Lat. Liturg. E.8

 

 

 

 

Paulus Manassei Ternensis (Paolo Manassei da Terni, d. 1620)

OFMCap.

literature

Sabrina Stroppa, “Dello spirare e respirare’: il ‘Paradiso interiore’ di Paolo Manassei da Terni’, in: I cappuccini nell’Umbria tra sei e Settecento. Convegno Internazionale di Studi, Todi 24-26 giugno 2004, ed. Gabriele Ingegneri, Bibliotheca seraphico-capuccina, 74 (Rome: Ist. Storico dei Cappuccini, 2005), 171-194.

 

 

 

 

Paulus Maria Bustelli (Paolo-Maria Bustelli, fl. 18th cent.)

OFMCap. Italian friar from Intragna (near Novara). Became a friar in the Milan province. Active as a preacher and engaged in historical writing, which resulted in the unfinished and apparently unpublished Memorie di storia sacra-cronologica-ecclesiastica, o sieno Annali ecclesiastici d’Intragna, pieve dalla prefettura di Locarno, dalla consecrazione dell’antica chiesa fino a nostri giorni.

literature

E. Motta, Bolletino storico della Svizzera italiana 2 (1880), 20ff., 38ff., 92ff.; V. Bonari, I cappuccini della provincia Milanese dalla sua fondazione (1535) fino a noi, parte seconda, II: biografie dei più distinti nei secoli XVIII e XIX (Crema, 1899), 449-450; A. Teetaert, ‘Bustelli’, DHGE X, 1433-1434. 

 

 

 

 

Paulus Pisotus (ca. 1480-1534)

Minister general in 1529. Exegete.

Manuscripts/editions

?

literature

Waddding, Script., 183; Sbaralea, Suppl., II, 314; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 6347.

 

 

 

 

Paulus Rosini (Paolo Rosini da Parma, d. 1682)

OFMConv. Brother of the Conventual friar Angelo Rosini and the tertiary (and tertiary order general) Ippolito Rosini. Paolo studied at the Collegium S. Bonaventurae in ROme. Later regent lector at the colleges of Prague, Assisi, Padua, and Bologna. Als active at Rome and Parma. A bit of a controversial Scotist, whose works might never have seen the printing press (cf. remarks in Franchini).

editions

De scientia media ad mentem Scoti

De regalia, seu de regalibus assertis iuribus super bonis Ecclesiarum vacantium

Philosophia Sanctorum Patrum, idest cursus Philosophicus, cuius conclusiones firmantur, & probantur per dicta, & sententias Sanctorum Patrum

Cursus Theologicus in quatuor sententiarum per tractatus diffuse exaratos

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 515-518.

 

 

 

 

Paulus Salvatoris (Paolo Salvatori da San Giuliano, fl. 17th cent.)

OFMConv. Friar from Southern Italy.

literature

Totius Grammaticae latinae compendium (Trani: Lorenzo Valesio, 1650).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 518.

 

 

 

 

Paulus Sansoni (Paolo Sansoni da Milano, fl. later 16th, early 17th cent.)

OFMConv. Member of the Milan province. Active at the general chapter of Assisi in 1578 as discretus discretorum. Inquisitor of Treviso in 1597. Elected provincial in 1604, a position he was not able to fulfill properly, due to his ongoing inquisitoroal obligations, which regularly forced him to reside outside of his order province. Hence, Sansoni's provincialate obligations were rescinded already in 1605, and he remained inquisitor in Treviso until 1614, when he ws transferred to the inquisitorial position in Padua, which he kept until 1627, when he died of a heart attack.

editions

Commentaria in Aristotelem

Commentaria in totam Theologiam

Inquisitorial letters

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 597-600; Antonino Poppi, Cremonini, Galilei, e gli inquisitori del Santo a Padova (Padua: Centro Studi Antoniani, 1993), 102-103 [with info on a letter by Sansoni as inquisitor in Padua]

 

 

 

 

Paulus Scriptoris (Wilensis/Suebus, d. 1505)

Born in Weil (Schwaben). Entered the Franciscan Observants in the province of Strasbourg. Was sent to Paris to study theology. Studied under the Scotist Stephan Brulefer. Back in Germany (before 1488), he became lector at the studium at Tübingen (studium established there in 1447, together with the foundation of the U. of Tübingen). Glasberger provides a description of a public disputation held in Neuerenberg at the provincial chapter (1488). In this disputation, which was chaired by Stephan Brulefer, Paulus Scriptoris was assigned the task to defend several theses chosen for the occasion [AF, II, 504ff.]. Although the Franciscan studium at Tübingen apparently was not fully incorporated in the university, there is evidence that Paulus drew a wide and mixed academic and non-academic audience with his lectures on Scotus and on astronomical, geographical and mathematical topics [for instance on Ptolemy and the astrolabe. He also designed a globe for Johann von Dalberg. See on this the descriptions in Konrad Pellikan, Chronikon, ed. B. Riggenbach (Basel, 1877), 12.] Aside from these teaching activities, Paulus also engaged in the study of Greek in the school of Reuchlin and stimulated his own students (such as Konrad Pellikan, Staupitz and Eck) to engage in the study of Hebrew. Before and after 1498, Paulus was guardian of the Tübingen convent. Also elected definitor for his province. Due to his apparently critical stance in sermons and teachings and some seemingly unorthodox statements, he lost his teaching- and administrative positions in shortly after 1500, when the provincial chapter sent him to Basel and forbade him to continue his teachings (though he was allowed to write). Pellican would later perceive a resemblance between the views of Scriptoris and those of Luther. Fearing further disciplinary action, Scriptoris travelled in 1502 to Vienna and Rome, where he tried to find support. By 1505, Paulus Scriptoris was rehabilitated and safely returned to Heilbron. He was about to be sent to a lectureship in Toulouse the general vicar Martialus Brulier, but was first asked by the bishop of Basel (Christoph von Utenheim) to assist in the reform of the Cluniacencian monastry St. Alban in Basel. On his way there, Paulus Scriptoris died in Kaiserberg [see AF, VI, 283, n. 4, 286, n. 1]. In his theological writings, Paulus Scriptoris followed the `via antiqua' (esp. Bonaventure) and the teachings of Scotus. This seems to have been the general trend in the Observant province of Cologne in the later fifteenth century [see: V. Heynck. `Zur Rechtfertigungslehre des Kontroverstheologen Kaspar Schatzgeyer, O.F.M.', Franz. Stud., 28 (1941), 13, 135f.]

editions

Lectura Fratris Pauli Scriptoris Ordinis Minorum de Observantia quam Edidit Declarando Subtilissimas Doctoris Subtilis Sententias circa Magistrum in Primo Libro (Tübingen: Johannes Ottmar, 1498/Carpi: Benedictus Dulcibellus, 1506)

Logica probably lost.

literature

Das Chronikon des Konrad Pellikan (Basel, 1877); N. Paulus, ‘Paulus Scriptoris, ein angeblicher Reformator vor der Reformation’, Theologische Quartalschrift 75 (1893), 289-311; E. Wegerich, ‘Bio-bibliographische Notizen über Franziskanerlehrer des 15. Jhdts’, Franz. Stud., 29 (1942), 182-187; Rolf Decot, ‘Scriptoris, Paulus (Paul Schreiber), obs.’[† 1505], in: Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche 3IX, 357s.; Johannes Schlageter, ‘Scriptoris, Paulus, OFM, Reformprediger, Theologe (um 1462-1505)’, Lexikon des Mittelalters VII (1995), 1654.

 

 

 

 

Pelbartus Ladislaus de Temesvar (d. 1504)

OFMObs. Hungarian friar. Born around 1430 in Temesvár. Studied in Krakow/Cracow from 1458 onwards (bacc. 1463 and probably doctor of theology in 1471). Entered the observants probably before finishing his theological studies. From 1483 onwards active in the convent of St. John in Buda as lector, preacher and author (‘solemnis predicator at in theologia non mediocriter imbutus'). Died there on 19 January 1504. Especially famous for his sermon collections, as well as for his commentaries on OT and NT books (esp. on the religious songs contained in the Bible), and his immaculist theological positions. His final, synthetic, theological work - the Aureum Sacrae Theologiae Rosarium - was finished (book IV) by his pupil Oswald de Lasko.

editions

See also: http://mek.oszk.hu/03200/03283/html/index.htm

Expositio Compendiosa et Familiaris Sensum Litteralem et Mysticum Complectens Libri Psalmorum, Hymnorum, Soliloquorum Regii Prophetae, item Expositio Canticorum V. et N. Testamenti, Symboli Athanasii, Hymni Universales Creaturae (a.o. Strassbourg, 1487/ Augsburg, 1504/Hagenau, 1504 & 1513). See for access also the Munich State Library website.

Pomerium Sermonum de Tempore (s.l., 1489/Hagenau, 1498 & 1500/Hagenau, 1507/Hagenau, 1511 [=Pomerium Sermonum De Tempore Hyemalium, Estiualium Fratris Pelbarti de Themeswar: sacre pagine professoris: ordi[ni]sq[ue] Mino[rum] de obserua[n]tia]) [several other editions as well: apparently no less than 12 editions between 1501 and 1520). See for access also the Munich State Library website.

Pomerium Sermonum de Sanctis (a.o. Hagenau, 1499/Hagenau, 1500/Hagenau, 1511) [no less than 11 editions between 1501 and 1520]  For an internet edition of this text, see: http://mek.oszk.hu/03200/03283/html/index.htm. See also the website of the Munich State Library (digitized copy of the 1511 edition).

Pomerium Sermonum Quadragesimalium/Quadragesimale Triplex (a.o Hagenau: H. Grau, 1499 & 1500/Hagenau, 1501/Hagenau, 1511 [=Pomeriu[m] Sermonum Quadragesimalium Et est ob temporis exigentiam. et christifidelium necessariam eruditione[m] triplicatum Primum De Penitentia et eius Partibus S[e]c[un]d[u]m De Vicijs in genere et Specie. Tertium De Decalogi preceptis]/Hagenau, 1515 [=Pomerium Sermonu[m] Quadragesimalium Et est ob temporis exigentia[m]: [et] christifidelium necessariam eruditione[m] triplicatum Primum De Penitentia et eius partibus Secundu[m] De Vitijs in Genere et Specie. Tertium De decalogi preceptis]) [nine more editions before 1520]. See for access also the Munich State Library website.

Sermones (Neurenberg, 1483/s.l., 1486)

Stellarium Coronae Mariae Virginis (a.o. Hagenau, Heinrich Gran & Johannes Rynman, 2 Maii, 1498/ Strasbourg, 1496/Basel, Jacobus Wolff de Pforzheim, 1497-1500/Augsburg, 1502/Hagenauu, 1508). It would seem that the 1502 and 1508 editions can be read in full on the website of the Munich State Library.

Aureum Sacrae Theologiae Rosarium iuxta Quattuor Sententiarum Libros Pariformiter Quadripartitum IV Vols. (Hagenau: Heinrich Gran, 1503-1508/Venice, 1586 & 1589/ Brescia, 1590) [this work, finished by Oswald de Lasko, is a dogmatic reference work along scotist lines. The book, which follows the structures of the 4 books of the Sentences contains esp. references to Scotus, Bonaventura, Thomas, and William of Vorrilon]. See for access also the Munich State Library website.

literature

Wadding, Script., 181, 183-4; Sbaralea, Suppl., II, 301-316-7; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 6371; A. Teetaert, Dict.Theol. Cath., XII (1933), 715-717; Wegerich, Franz. Stud., 29 (1942), 190-193; Z.J. Kosztolnyik, ‘Pelbartus of Temesvár: a Franciscan Preacher and Writer of the Late Middle Ages in Hungary’, Vivarium 5 (1967), 100–110 [with discussions of partial early 16th-century Hungarian translations of the works of Pelbartus, and with much additional bibliographical references concerning (Hungarian) studies on Pelbartus and his works, and with additional speculations on Pelbartus's career]; Z.J. Kosztolnyik, ‘Some Hungarian Theologians in the Late Renaissance’, Church History 57:1 (March 1988), 5-18; Ildikó Bárczi, ‘La diversité thematique dans les predications de Pelbart de Temesvár', AFH 100 (2007), 251-310; Lajos Borda, ‘Über die Inkunabelausgaben von Pelbartus de Themeswars Stellarium’, Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 82 (2007), 97-100; B. Kertész, ‘Two Hungarian Friars Minor (Franciscan Observants) in the Late Middle Ages: Pelbart de Temesvár and Oswald de Lasko’, in: Infima aetas Pannonica. Studies in Late Medieval Hungarian History, ed. P.E. Kovács & K. Szovák (Budapest, 2009), 60-78; E. Ádám, ‘Pelbart of Temesvár and the Use of Images in Preaching’, Annual of Medieval Studies at CEU 15 (2009), 131-143; Dávid Falvay & Ezster Konrád, ‘Osservanza francescana e letteratura in volgare dall’Ungheria: ricerche e prospettive’, in: Osservanza francescana e cultura tra Quattrocento e primo Cinquecento: Italia e Ungheria a confronto. Atti del Convegno Macerata-Sarnano, 6-7 november 2013, ed. Francesca Bartolacci & Roberto Lambertini (Rome: Viella, 2014), 161-186; Isabel Dias, ‘Le sermon ‘De Sanctis martyribus quinque fratribus’ de Pelbart de Themeswar’, in: Models of Virtues: The roles of virtues in sermons and hagiography for new saints' cult (13th to 15th century): international meeting, Porto, 22-23 March 2013, ed. Eleonora Lombarda (Padua, 2016), 189-210; Farkas Gabor Kiss, 'The art of memory in Hungary at the turn of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, in: The Art of Memory in Late Medieval Central Europe (Czech Lands, Hungary, Poland), ed. Farkas Gabor Kiss (Budapest-Paris: L'Harmattan, 2016), 109-164 (esp. 156-164: zooms in on the use of various memory techniques (use of acronyms, alphabatical elements, lists of capital sins etc.) in the sermons of Pelbartus, indicating a practice popular among Observant friars in Poland and Hungary).

With thanks to Dr. Carolyn Muessig, Dr. Pietro Delcorno & Farkas Gabor Kiss

 

 

 

 

Peregrinus Bononiensis (13e eeuw)

Italiaanse minderbroeder, provinciaal minister in Griekenland en Genua, metgezel van Haymo van Faversham. Hij is de auteur van een Chronicon abbreviatum de successione generalium ministrorum, geschreven in de vorm van een brief aan zijn minister generaal Gaufridus.

Edities:

A.G. Little (red.) in: Tractatus Fr. Thomae vulgo dicti de Eccleston de adventu fratrum minorum in Angliam. Parijs, 1909. 144ff.

literatuur:

Sbaralea, Supplementum. II. 317; H. Denifle, Archiv für Litteratur- und Kirchengeschichte des Mittelalters. I. Berlijn, 1885. 147-148.

 

 

 

 

Peregrinus de Castello

Probably an Italian Friar Minor and author of a series of Epistolae (1318), which concern his travels to the East.

editions

A. van den Wyngaert (ed.), Sinica Franciscana, I Quaracchi, 1929, 357-368.

literature

A.-D. von den Brincken, Die 'Nationes', 449; I Francescani e la Cina. Un’opera di oltro sette secoli. Atti del X Convegno storico di Greccio, ed. Alvaro Cacciotto & Maria Melli (Rome: Centro Culturale Aracoeli, 2012). Signalled AFH 106:3-4 (2013), 659-660 [info on Giovanni da Pian Carpine, William of Rubruck, Giovanni da Montecorvino, Peregrino da Castello, Andrea da Perugia, Odorico da Pordenone, Giovanni de Marignolli].

 

 

 

 

Petronius Veronensis (Petronio da Verona, 1666-1747)

OFMCap. Botanist. Pupil of Fortunato da Rovigo.

literature

U. Tergolina, 'Cappuccini botanici: fra Fortunato da Rovigo, fra Petronio da Verona', Venezie Francescane 1:3 (1932), 147-162.

 

 

 

 

Petrus (fl. ca. 1260)?

Francican preacher

manuscripts

Sermones de T & de S: Paris BN Lat 15971 f. 113ra, 197rb; Troyes, 1839 & 1996

literature

Zawart, Franciscan Preaching, 299-300

 

 

 

 

Petrus (Pedro de Lisboa, fl. later 14th cent.)

Lector of theology and preacher. One sermon on the victory at Aljubarrota (August 1385) has survived.

editions

Sermão pregado na Sé de Lisboa ao provo que se juntara a agradecer a vitória de Aljubarrota em Agosto de 1385, ed. in: Fernão Lopes, Crónica de D. João I, Parte II, cap. 47 & 48. Reproduced in Fortunato de Almeida, História de Igreja em Portugal (Coimbra, 1910) II, 359-363.

literature

F.L. Lopes, ‘Franciscanos portugueses predentinos. Escritores, mestres e leitores’, Repertorio de Historia de las Ciencias Eclesiasticas en España 7 (Siglos III-XVI) (Salamanca, 1979), 470.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Acciajuoli (Petrus Florentinus, fl. 14th cent.)

Tuscan friar from Florence. Member of the Santa Croce friary. Became master of theology and wrote several philosophical works, none which have survived. If the identification with Petrus Florentinus is correct, he is the author of a vita of Marguerita da Faenza.

editions

Vita B. Margueritae, in: AA.SS. Aug. V, 847-851.

literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum (ed. Rome, 1806), 580, 593; Negri, Scrittori Fiorentini, 456; M. Bihl, ‘Acciajuoli (Pietro)’, DHGE I (1912), 265.

 

 

 

 

Petrus ad Boves (Petrus Abbo/Aux Boeufs/ c. 1368 - 1425)

OMConv. Theologian and preacher. Bacc. Sent. in Paris (1403). Received the licence of theology 1403 and listed as doctor of theology in 19 August 1404. Magister regens of the Studium Generale at Paris in 1421. [Cf. Paris BN Lat. 5657a f. 12v & Paris BN Lat. 5494 p. 8; CHUP IV, 128 & 129 (nos. 1803, 1807)]. Throughout his life a partisan of the dukes of Burgundy (against Orléans) and counsellor of the burgundian duke Jean sans Peur. Since 1404 confessor of the French queen Isabella of Bavaria (the wife of king Charles VI). Also confessor of duke Stephen of Bavaria and the daughter of the Count Palatine of the Rhine. Famous exegete, preacher and orator at the U. of Paris and at the French royal court. Spoke out against pope Benedict XIII, and active at the Council of Paris (1413-1414). Collaborated with Johannes Parvus/Jean Petit on the second Defensorium, in which the asassination of Louis of Orléans (the brother of the King, 23-11, 1407) by order of Jean sans Peur is justified [cf. CHUP IV, 274, 350, 353 (nos. 2002, 2111, 2117)]. Petrus’s death was commemorated on June 15, 1425 [CHUP IV 400 no. 2183, n. 7.] He left a series of academic (Sentences Commentary; Exegetical works) and non academic (esp. sermons) writings, most of which still await their first modern edition or study.

manuscripts

Commentarium in I-IV Sent.: a.o. Madrid, Nac. 4291 (15th cent.) [Book I ff. 12-50va; II ff. 50va-84va; III ff. 84va-110vb; IV ff. 110vb-139vb]; Braunschweig 163 ff. 103-150 [Book I]; Magdeburg, Cathedral Library 80 ff. 30-193 [Books I-IV]; Carpentras 125 ff. 2-99 [ascribed to Augustinus de Ancona]; Rome, BAV, Lat. 4289 [?]; Pavia Bibl. dell’Univ. 169 [cf. Stegmüller Rep. Commentariorum 656, 664, 987, 587; Doucet, AFH 47 (1954), 152] Inc: I. Cupientes. Liber iste Sententiarum dividitur in tres partes principales. In prima praemittet, quod parat Magister scribere etc. [for the incipits of the individual books, see Stegmüller, 656. Murphy, 151 also lists the incipits and expl. of Braunschweig 163, as it differs: Sic incipit liber Sententiarum magistri Petri Lombardi. Qui in Prima sui divisione in duas secatur partes principales, scilicet in partem prohemialiter initiativum, et in partem finaliter executivam. In prima parte praemittit Magister, quod intendit scribere…. Expl.: …cuius materiam et ego, ut valui, divino conspirante iuvante.]

Petri ad Boves super Exodus: Olmütz/Olomouc, Knihovna Metropolitní Kapituly 291 (written in 1419). Inc: Omnia subiecisti sub pedibus eius, oves et boves [Psalm 8, 8]. Scriptum est in octavo Psalmo, ubi doctrina fidei magno fluxu fluit, ubi hostis extranei succumbit virtus subversa, ubi gressus rectae spei vestigia sunt dispersa. Haec sunt nomina. Expl.: …et ignis in nocte [Exod. 40, 36] ad praestandum beneficium lucis. [cf. Stegmüller, Repertorium Biblicum IV, no. 6433. See also Sylvain Piron’s remarks regarding a Daniel commentary by Batholomaeus Sicardi elswhere in the same manuscript]

Patri ad Boves postilla super Apocalypsim: Troyes, Bibl. publique 603 (in-fol., 15th cent., 105ff in two columns). Inc: Omnia subiecisti sub pedibus eius, oves et boves [Psalm 8, 8]. Scriptum est in octavo Psalmo, sicut ad introductionem aliorum librorum Bibliae fuit pluries recitatum. Quod nunc et ad introductionem libri Apocalypsis idcirco resumptum est, quia riget generale capitulum corripiens, viget virtuale robus hostes deiciens, claret supernale fastigium sursum iens. Expl.: Explicit postilla rev. mag. Petri ad Boves ordinis fratrum minorum doctoris maximi, que postilla super Apocalypsim fuit per eundem integre composita. [cf. Stegmüller, Repertorium Biblicum IV, no. 6434; Catalogue gén. des mss. des Bibliothèqus publiques des Dépts. II 256]

Sermones in celeberrimis Lutetiae Parisiensi eclesiis habiti [Sermones de T. in three parts: In the edition of Lagreni mentioned below, the first part of the collection contains fifteen cermons for the Sundays and the feasts of Advent; part two contains 26 sermons of the Lenten cycle; part three contains 25 sermons from Easter to Trinity Sunday with several sermons devoted to saints on their appropriate feast days] Paris, BN Lat 3296 (14th cent; formerly Colbert cod. 2452).) ff. 1-275; Paris Bibl. Mazarine Inc. 24671.

Sermones de Opere Magistri Petri ad Boves de Dominicis et Sanctis: Paris, Bibl. de l’Université MS 747 [417? Check!] [15th cent. parchment, 311 ff. Folios 1 and 266 are missing. Incomplete at the beginning, the ms starts: ‘Nam de immunitate Virginis a loge purificationis’ A collection of 40 sermons de dominicis et de sanctis, probably compiled between 1411 and 1417, starting with the feast of the Purification f. 6v, and concluding with the feast of Corpus Christi (f. 310v)]

Sermo [vernacular text. Sermon held before the Council of Faith in Paris, 1406]: Paris, BN fr. 23428 ff. 1-7; Paris BN fr. 17221 [late fifteenth-cent. copy]

Sermones de Passione Christi: Paris, Bibl. de l’Arsenal, 2036 ff. 205r-329v/330r-388v [ff. 205r-329v contain sermons for the period between first Sunday after Trinity and Sunday before Pentecost. On ff. 330r-388v we come accross a sermon cycle on the passion of Christ, which amounts to an adaptation of the pseudo-bonaventurean Meditationes Vitae Christi. Inc: Commence la vie et la passion de nostre seigneur Jhesu Christ quil souffry en ce monde pour nous pouvre pecheurs selon Boneaventure. Laquelle frere pierre aux beufs cordelier docteur en theologie a preschee devant le roy et autres a Paris. Expl.: Cy fine la vye et la passion de messire Jhesus Christ. Deo graciae.] For another version of this sermon cycle, see Tours MS 489.

Sermo de Passione Domini/Passio Domini [another printed sermon, in a macaronic language of Latin and French, distinct from the earlier mentioned Sermones de Passione]: Paris, Bibl. Mazarine Inc. 1481, containing 19ff. No place, printer or date are given. Inc [f. 1r]: Hoc sentite in vobis quod est in xristo ihesum. Ad philipenses iio et in epistola dominice curentis. Gallice. Sentir de buons en esprit. La douleur de ihesu crist. Expl. [f. 19r]: Explicit sermo de passione xristi quem quondam compilavit doctor Magister petrus ad boves.

Oratio ad Carolum IV Regem [Sermon delivered against Charles de Savoisy. Work seems not to have survived as such]. Some passages survive in: Journal de Nicolas de Baye, ed. Alexander Tuetey, Société de l’histoire de France 222 (Paris, 1885), I, 100-105.]

editions

Sermones i celeberrimis Lutetiae Parisiensi ecclesiis habiti, ed. Jean Lagreni (Lyon: Jacobus Marescal, April 1520/Paris, 1521/Antwerp, 1643) [66 sermons]

Oratio ad Carolum IV Regem. See above.

Magistri Petri ad Boves Sermones de Passione Christi (Poitiers: Jean Bouyer, 1482)

Petri ad Boves quaedam Sermones dureos (Paris, 1521) [mentioned by Wadding, Scriptores, 278]

Directorium praecipuarum Quaestionum Theolog. certo indice adhibito ? [mentioned by Wadding, Scriptores, 278]

literature

Wadding, Scriptores, 186, 278; Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 331-332;Denifle-Chatelain, Cartularium [CHUP] IV, no. 1803, 1807, 2003, 2111, 2117, 2125, 2183 & 2432; N. Valois, La France et le Grand Schisme (Paris, 1901) III, 458, 615; M.A. Coville, ‘Le véritable texte de la justification du duc de Bourgogne’, Bibliothèque de l’École des Chartes 72 (1911), 57-91; AFH, 5 (1912), 172-3 & 25 (1932), 198f; Zawart, 303; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 6432-6434; Stegmüller, Sent., I, 656, 664, 987; Doucet, AFH, 47 (1954), 152; John Chrysostom Murphy, ‘A History of the Franciscan Studium Generale at the University of Paris in the Fifteenth Century’, Diss. U. of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, Ind., 1965), 135-152; Hervé Martin, ‘Un prédicateur franciscain du XVe siècle: Pierre-aux-Boeufs, et les réalités de son temps’, in: Mouvements franciscains et société française XIIe - XXe siècles. Etudes présentées (…)la Table Ronde du CNRS, 23 octobre 1982, ed. André Vauchez, Beauchesne Religions, 14 [=Revue d'histoire de l'église de France 70] (Paris: Beauchesne, 1984), 107-126; Richard O'Gorman, ‘Unrecorded Manuscript with Sermons of Jacobus de Voragine and Discourses by Pierre aux Boeufs and Jean Petit’, Manuscripta 28 (1984), 138-144; Clément Schmitt, ‘Pierre-aux-Boeufs’, DSpir XII, 1517-1518.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Alba (Pedro de Alba y Astorga/Alva y Astorga (1601/2, Zamora - 5, 04, 1667, Louvain)

OFMObs. Spanish friar. Born in Carbajales (Zamora). As a child, he travelled with his parents from Spain to Peru. Went to school at the San Antón college/seminary of the Cuzco diocese, and afterwards, from ca. 1621 onwards, he studied theology in the San Martín study house in Lima. Once a member of the Observants of the Doce Apóstoles province in Peru, he taught and preached. Lector Jubilatus in 1641. Around this time he went to Spain as procurator for his province and he partipated as custodian for his province in the general chapter of Toledo (1645). In 1650 Pedro moved to Rome as procurator for the promotion of the beatification of the missionary Francisco Solano. In Rome, he was appointed general procurator for his order, and he was commissioned to order the archives and libraries of the order. This led to the publication of two volumes entitled Indiculum Bullarii Seraphici (Rome, 1655). The other eight envisaged volumes did not appear, for Pedro moved back to Spain. Back there, he abandoned all projects to devote himself completely to the defense of the immaculate conception. His archival and theological investigations on this topic did not find a printer in Spain. But in 1661 he moved to the Southern Low Countries where Belgian Franciscans in Louvain and Namur provided him with facilities to publish his works. For this purpose, Pedro established a Typographia Immaculatae Conceptionis, which was closed already in 1667 by Royal order, thanks to machinations of the Dominicans. But in these five years (1661-1667), Pedro was able to edit several works, which form an important source for the history of the immaculate conception.

editions

Bibliotheca Virginalis, 2 vols. (Madrid, 1648).

Armamentarium Seraphicum et Regestum universale pro tuendo titulo Immaculatae Conceptionis (Madrid, 1649).

Sol Veritatis (Madrid, 1650).

Naturae Prodigium Gratiae Portentum (Madrid, 1651). This built on Bartolomeo’s De Conformitate to stress again with joachite overtones the parallels between Christ and Francis. The book came on the index of the Catholic Church because it elevated Francis to a godlike position. Yet this did not prevent its dissemination in both Europe and the Americas. Cf. Marianne Petra Ritsema van Eck, Custodians of Sacred Space: Constructing the Franciscan Holy Land through texts and sacri monti (ca. 1480-1650), PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, 2017), passim.

Indiculum Bullarii Seraphici, 2 Vols. (Rome, 1655).

Militia Immaculatae Conceptionis Mariae Contra Malitiam Originalis Peccati (Louvain, 1663).

Monumenta antiqua Immaculatae Conceptionis (Louvain, 1664).

Monumenta antiqua seraphica pro Immaculata Conceptione (Louvain, 1665).

literature

Luciano Ceyssens, ‘Pedro de Alva y Astorga, OFM, y su imprenta de la Inmaculada Concepción de Lovaina (1663-1666)’, AIA 11 (1951), 5-35; Antonio Eguíluz, ‘Fr. Pedro de Alva y Astorga, OFM, en las controversias inmaculalistas’, Verdad y Vida 12 (1954), 247-272; A. Eguíluz, `El P. Alva y Astorga y sus escritos inmaculistas. Bosquejo bio-bibliográfico', Verdad y Vida (AIA?), 15 (1955), 497-594; Gonzalo Diéguez, ‘El mayor monumento levantado a la gloria de la Inmaculada’, Liceo franciscano 9 (1956), 10-19; A. Eguíluz, ‘Reedición de las obras del P. Alva y Astorga’, Verdad y Vida 23 (1965), 701-708; Gaspar Calvo Morajelo, ‘Pedro de Alba y Astorga y el movimiento inmaculatista de los siglos XVII y XVIII’, in: Los castellanos y leoneses II, 39-49.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Amy (Pierre Amy/Ami/Lamy, d. 1525)

Born in or near Orléans. Studied Greek there. His father forced him to join the Franciscans. In the Observant friary of Fontenay de Comte, he continued his studies of Greek and began to maintain epistolary contacts with humanists, such as Guillaume Budé (between 1520-1524). At Fontenay de Comte, he also befriended his fellow Franciscan François Rabelais. Together they visited the houses of a local circle of humanists. End 1523, the guardian of their convent clamped down on Rabalais’s and Amy’s literary interests, and their Greek books were confiscated. In reponse, both men left the monastery [check for Rabelais]. Amy took refuge in the Benedictine house of St. Mesmin near Orléans and subsequently traveled to Basel in the company of the Polish baron Johannes Laski (who would later try to introduce Calvinism in the Polish kingdom). This trajectory is mentioned by Rabelais in Pantagruel L, III, chapter 10. Erasmus knew Amy in Bale and commented in 1531 on his fragile health, virtuous nature and death (letter of 13 March 1531 to Jacques Toussain [check]). This letter informs us that he died shortly after his arrtival in Basel. He was buried ‘pro laico’ in the cemetary of the Franciscan friary in Basel. This would mean that he had probably left the order. It has also been suggested that, by the end of his life, he would have been an adherent of Lutheranism.

literature/editions

A.L. Herminjard, Correspondance des Réformateurs dans les pays de langue française (Geneva, 1871) I, 225; J. Plattard, L’Adolescence de Rabelais en Poitou (1923), 3-29; P. Dez, Histoire des protestants et des eglises réformées du Poitou (La Rochelle, 1936), 21; Opus epistolarum Desideii Erasmi Roterodami, ed. P.S. Allen IX (Oxford, 1938), 184-185; Lucien Febvre, Le problème de l’incroyance au XVIème siècle. La religion de Rabelais (1942/2nd ed. 1962), 329-333; Contemporaries of Erasmus, ed. P. Bietenholz (Toronto, 1975) II, 285; Robert Sauzet, Mendiants et réformes. Les réguliers mendiants acteurs du changement religieux dans le royaume de France (1480-1560) (Tours: Publications e l’Université de Tours, 1994), 4-5.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Antonius de Aguirro (Pedro Antonio de Aguirre, fl. 1701)

OFMDisc. Provincial minister of the Descalzos province of San Diego in Mexico.

literature/editions

AIA 25 (1926), 244; 15 (1955), 15-16; 22 (1962), 373>> is this the same person as Diego de Aguirro mentioned elsewhere?

 

 

 

 

Petrus Antonius de Venetia (Pietro Antonio da Venezia, d. 25 April 1728)

OFMRif. Order historian. Member of the Venezia/San Antonio province. Spent many years as a missionary in Palestine. He died on 25 April 1728 in Venice.

editions

Cronica della riformata provincia di S. Antonio (Venice, 1688).

Guida fedele alla santa città di Gierusalemme, e descriptione di tutta la Terra Santa (1700-). The fruit of Pietro Antonio da Venezia's prolonged presence in Palestine.

Giardino Serafico Istorico fecondo di fiori, e di frutti di virtù, di zelo, e di santità nelli tre ordini instituiti dal Gran Patriarca de'Poveri S. Francesco. Dove si vagheggia l'Origine, il Progresso, e lo Stato di tutta la Religione de'Minori con tutto ciò, che in essa avvenne di Singolare, Glorioso, e Grande, 2 Vols. (Venice: Domenico Lovisa, 1710). It amounts to a history of the order aimed at celebrating its successes in seven sections

literature

Giulio Zanella, ‘I missionari veneti in Terra Santa nei secoli XVII-XVIII e XIX’, Le Venezie Francescane 17 (1950), 31; Marianne Petra Ritsema van Eck, Custodians of Sacred Space: Constructing the Franciscan Holy Land through texts and sacri monti (ca. 1480-1650), PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, 2017), passim.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Antonius Frontera (Pedro Antonio Frontera, d. 1714)

Observant friar from Sineu. He took the habit in the San Francisco de Asis friary in Palma in January 1646. Was later guardian of the Petra friary and fulfilled charges as provincial definitor, provincial minister and visitator of third order communities. He traveled to the Holy Land, where he spent several years in the Franciscan Jerusalem community. After his return to Mallorca, he traveled as a missionary to the Americas, in the company of his fellow friar Antonio Llinás. He eventually returned to Palma and died on June 1, 1714.

editions

Meditacions del via crucis y corona dels set goigs de Maria Santissima en gracia concebuda: exellencias del tercer orde de Penitencia, ab los espirituals exercicis que practican en lo convent de Sant Francesch de la ciutat de Mallorca los germans qui profesan ser fills del dit orde que á devoció de los matexos ha compost y ordenat lo R.P. &c. A lo ultim va romanzada la bulla de la Santa Crusada (Palma: Miguel Capó, 1695/Palma: Miguel Capó, 1707).

literature

Biblioteca de Autores Baleares, ed. Joaquin María Bover (Palma: P.J. Gelabert, 1868) I, 326 (no. 487).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Antonius Lopez Gascon (Pedro Antonio López Gascón, fl. c. 1760)

OFM. Member of the Cartagena province. Grammarian and poet.

literature

AIA 36 (1933), 605; AIA 15 (1955), 327-328; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 140 (no. 504).

 

 

 

(Pierre Anthoine Pastedechouan, fl. 17th cent.)

OFMRec. Native American friar. Renounced his faith.

literature

Emma J. Anderson, ‘Fatal ambivalence: The conversion and apostasy of Pierre Anthoine Pastedechouan, Seventeenth Century Native American’, Harvard Theological Review 98 (2005), 489-492.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Antonius Rosini (Pietro Antonio Rosini da Ferrara, d. 1614)

OFMConv. Latin and Greek poet, philosopher and theologian.

manuscripts

Epigrammata varia

Grammatica nova

Orationes diversae

De modo scribendi epistolas

De arte rhetorica

Vita di Giob

According to Franchini these works can be found in the Franciscan library of Ferrara.

Comm. de Caelo Animae & de Metaphysica Arist.. According to Franchini, this work is kept in the Franciscan library of Sassuolo.

editions

Canzone Italiana in lode del Cardinale della Rovere Protettore nostro (Rome: Paolo Diani, 1590).

Imago. Oratio auspicialis de Theologiae praestantia, dicta in Gymnasio Universitatis Ferrariensis coram Eminentissimo Sangeorgio Legato, Equite Alex. Canano Iudice Sapient., & Magistratu, cum Auctor electus Theol. publicus (Ferrara: Vittorio Caldino, 1602).

Oratio in Nativitate Salvatoris (Ferrara: Vittorio Baldino, 1610).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 518-519.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Aureoli (Peter Auriole/Peter Aureol/Oriol/Petrus Aureolica. 1275-1322, Avignon) doctor facundus

Theologian. Probably born in the neighbourhood of Gourdon or near Cahors a few years before 1280. In his youth friend of the later pope John XXII. Entered the order in the Aquitaine province shortly before 1300. Studied at Paris during the first decade of the fourteenth century. Uncertain whether he heared the final lectures of Scotus there. Took part in the 1311 and 1312 usus pauper discussions, and from this period dates his oldest known work (Tractatus de paupertate et usu paupere). Taught as lector at the Franciscan studia of Bologna (1312), where he wrote or finished his only non-theological work, namely the Tractatus de principiis naturae, and subsequently, from late 1314 onwards, in Toulouse. It was there that he probably wrote two texts that defend the immaculate conception of the Virgin Mary, namely the Tractatus de conceptione Beatae Mariae Virginis and the Repercussorium). While in Toulouse, he also lectured on the Sentences, and it is quite possible that a first version of Aureol's large commentary on the first book of the Sentences was written there. He was in any case deemed suffiently proficient as a theologian to be chosen by Michael of Cesena at the general chapter of 1316 to absolve his Sentences readings pro gradu at Paris. Aureol read the Sentences between 1316 and 1318 and obtained the magisterium in 1318 (Cf. papal request of Pope John XXII addressed to the chancellor of the university of Paris concerning this bestowal on July 14, 1318). Regent master at Paris between November 1318 and Summer 1320 (or 1321?). Elected provincial minister of Aquitania (end 1320) and Archbishop of Aix on 27 February 1321. He died on 10 January/22 January 1322 in Avignon, soon after accepting this office. [Vertegenwoordiger van het zogenaamde conceptualisme en empiricisme. Criticicaster van Thomas Wylton, Herveus Natalis en Scotus. Zijn filosofisch-theologische oeuvre gezien als overgang naar het werk van Ockham. Van hem zijn vele filosofische en theologische werken bekend. Zijn epistemologie, ontvouwd in zijn Sentences commentaar staat nu in de belangstelling. Zijn belangrijkste exegetische werk is het Compendium sensus litteralis totius sacrae Scripturae, dat in vele handschriften, oude drukken en edities is overgeleverd. Dit compendium bevat ook een sterk historiserende uitleg van de apocalyps. Zich deels baserend op het apocalypscommentaar van Alexander Bremensis geeft Aureoli een zeer orthodoxe kerkgeschiedenis met een helder antagonisme tussen de Kerk en de machten van het kwaad die haar belagen. Aureoli is verder interessant als een van de eerste grote verdedigers van de onbevlekte ontvangenis en voor his verdediging van de onfeilbaarheid van de Kerk op het vlak van het geloof. Deze onfeilbare Kerk heeft in de paus, de vicarius Christi, zijn representant en bewaker van het ware geloof. Komt dicht in de buurt van latere pauselijke onfeilbaarheidstheses].

manuscripts

Sermones de S. & de T: a.o. Assisi 522; Naples Naz VIII. A. 41; Prague UB IV. E.6 [Praha, Narodni Knihovna, Ceske Republiky Cod. IV.E.6]; Vat. Ottob. Lat. 707. The Prague manuscript has been discussed in W.O. Duba, 'Peter Auriol the Rhetorician: A Recently Discovered Treatise on Rhetorical Figures', Philosophie Médiévale 51 (2009), 63-73. Sermons go back in part to his regency period in Paris.

De Principiis Naturae: Padua, Anton. 295 ff. 26r-41v; Madrid, Nac., 517 ff. 71a-100b [Castro, Madrid, no. 44]; London, Wellcome Historical Medical Library, 103 (14th cent.) [composed when he was lector at Bologna]

In I Sent.: a.o. Padua, Anton. 133 ff. 1r-297v; 292

In II Sent.: a.o. Padua Ant. 161 ff. 1r-110r

In IV Sent.: a.o. Padua Anton. 160 ff. 1r-91v

In III-IV Sent: Toulouse, Bibl. Municip. 243 ff. 1-127 (an. 1323)

In I Sent. (Scriptum): MS BAV, Borgh. Lat. 329.

See on the other mss of his Sentences Comm. the rather complete survey of Tachau,`The Preparation of a Critical Edition of Pierre Auriol's Sentences Lectures', in: Editori di Quaracchi 100 anni dopo, pp. 214-216..

Quodlibeta: Toulouse, Bibl. Municip. 739 (can. 1334/5) see also literature

Quaestio utrum Ens Dicat Unum Conceptum: Padua, Ant. 173 ff. 46r-47r

Quaestio utrum Accidentia Proprie Diffiniantur: Padua, Ant. 173 f.57r

In Metaphysicam Aristotelis: Padua, Univ. 1580 (sec. xiv) ff. 167r-228v >> This work is listed by Lohr in Traditio 28 (1972), 346-347, referring to a note in Doucet, AFP 29 (1936), 396-442 (415/6). Apparently this is not an independent work by Aureol but rather a series of questions some of which are gathered from Aureol’s Second Book of his Sentences commentary. See Schabel, Vivarium 38:1 (2000), 117-161 (esp. 155-156)

Compendium Divinae Scripturae: many mss. A.o. Lüneburg, Ratsbücherei, Theol. 2° 73; Madrid, Nac., 434 [Castro, Madrid, n. 36]

Recommendatio Sacrae Scripturae: Paris BN Lat. 14566 ff. 2-7

Postilla super Isaiam: Florence Laurenz. XXXII.10

Expositio Epistolarum S. Hieronymi ad Paulinum et ad Desiderium: Padua Antonianum IX.165 [attributed]

Postilla in Apocalypsim: MS Florence, Bibl. Laurenziana Conv. Soppr. 135, ff. 147-156v; MS Little, anc. Phillipps 12290 ff. 181-201.

For more manuscript information on his biblical Commentaries: See Stegmüller, Repertorium Biblicum IV, 231-235.

Sermones>> Cf. Schneyer, Repertorium IV, 582-598 [194 sermons mentioned]

Tractatus de Conceptione Virginis: MS Prague, National Museum XII E 5 ff. 137-148

De Decem Preceptis. Cf. Bloomfield, Incipits no. 3266, p. 282.

editions:

For some parts of his Sentences commentaries, two main redactions (with additional reworkings) survive [Reportatio Parisiensis and Scriptum]. Thus far, parts of these texts have been published in old and new editions: Commentariorum in Primum Librum Sententiarum Pars Prima (Rome, 1596); Commentariorum in Secundum, Tertium, Quartum Libros Sententiarum, Pars Secunda & Quodlibeta (Rome, 1596-1605); Petri Aureoli Scriptum super Primum Sententiarum, Proemium-Dist. 1-8, ed. E.M. Buytaert, 2 Vols (St. Bonaventure, New York, 1952-56) [see review of Valens Heynck in Franziskanische Studien 35 (1953), 468-470; E. Buytaert, ‘Aureoli’s Unpublished Reportatio III dist. 3. Q. 1-2’, Franciscan Studies 15 (1955), 159-174; St.F. Brown (ed.), `Peter Aureoli: Reportatio Parisiensis in Primum Sententiarum, dist. 2, p. 1, qq. 1-3 et p. 2, qq. 1-2', Traditio, 50 (1955), 199-248; Ph. Boehner, ‘Notitia intuitiva of Non Existents according to Peter Aureoli, OFM (1322)’, Franciscan Studies 8 (1948), 388-416 & Rivista di filosofia neo-scolastica 41 (1949), 289-307 [edition of Reportatio I, Prologus, q. 1]; Chris Schabel,`Peter Aureol on Divine Foreknowledge and Future Contingents: Scriptum in Primum Librum Sententium, Distinctions 38-39', Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Age Grec et Latin, 65 (1995), 63-212 [Edition of Scriptum 38-39 on pp. 87-212]; R.L. Friedman, In principio erat Verbum: The Incorporation of Philosophical Psychology into Trinitarian Theology, 1250-1325, Ph.D. Diss. (University of Iowa, 1997), Appendix 4, pp. 468-496 [Scriptum super Primum Sent. d. 9, part 1], Appendix 1-3 [Scriptum d. 27]; Jan Pinborg, ‘Radulphus Brito on Universals’, Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen Age Grec et Latin 35 (1980), 133-137 [edition of part of the Scriptum, d. 23 on the basis on MS BAV, Vat.Lat. 329]; Jan Pinborg & D. Perler, ‘Peter Aureol vs. Hervaeus Natalis on Intentionality: A Text Edition with Introductory Remarks’, Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Age 61 (1994), 227-262 [Part of Scriptum d. 23, on first and second intentions]. Scriptum d. 35, part 4 can be found on Russ Friedman’s website. A full edition of Scriptum d. 38, a. 3 can be found  in The Tractatus de Praedestinatione et de Praescientia Dei et de Futuris Contingentibus of William of Ockham, Together with a Study of a Three-Valued Logic (Saint-Bonaventure NY, 1945), Appendix IV; Scriptum dd. 40 (a.1 & 4), 41 (a. 1 & 3), and 45-47 can be found in J. Halverson, Peter Aureol and the Re-emergence of Predestinarian Pluralism in Latin Theology, 1317-1344, Pd.D. Diss. (University of Iowa, 1993), 295-436; C. Schabel, ‘Place, Space, and the Physics of Grace in Auriol’s Sentences commentary’, Vivarium 38 (2000), 117-161 [with an edition of Rep. II Sent., d. 2, part 3, q. 1 on pp. 143-154]; V. Heynck, ‘Die Kommentare des Petrus Aureoli zum dritten Sentenzenbuch’, Franziskanische Studien 51 (1969), 1-77; E.M. Buytaert, ‘Aureoli’s Unpublished Reportatio III, d. 3, q. 1-2’, Franciscan Studies 15 (1995), 159-174 [edition of Rep. III, d. 3, q. 1-2], dealing with the immaculate conception. See on this also the above-mentioned work of Heynck and W. Duba, ‘The Immaculate Conception in the Works of Peter Auriol’, Vivarium 38 (2000), 5-34].See also Schabel under the literature section. New editions of the Scriptum and the Reportatio Parisiensis are being finished or in preparation, see the studies of Tachau and Nielsen below]

Quaestiones & Quodlibeta (Rome, 1596-1605). Petrus Aureoli, Quaestio 7 quodlibeti, ed. Lauge Olaf Nielsen, in: Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages. The Fourteenth Century, ed. Chris Schabel (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2007), 267-280.

Tractatus de Paupertate et Usu Paupere. Edited in Firmamenta Trium Ordinum, ed. Bonifacius de Ceva (Paris, 1512) IV, ff. 116-130. See also F. Pelster, ‘Nikolaus von Lyra und seine Quaestio de usu paupere’, AFH 46 (1953), 211-250 and Idem, ‘Zur Ueberliefering (…)’, Franciscan Studies 14 (1954), 408-411, who argues that this quodlibet ascribed to Nicholas of Lyra and edited by E. Longpré in AFH 23 (1930), 42-56 was a second redaction of Auriol’s De usu paupere treatise.

Tractatus de Conceptione B. Mariae Virginis, edited in: Fr. Guillelmi Guarrae, Fr. Ioannis Duns Scoti, Fr. Petri Aureoli, Quaestiones disputatae de Immaculata Conceptione B.M.V., Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 3 (Quaracchi, 1904/1957), 23-94, 95-153. [The work was composed at Toulouse in 1314/15. There are several older editions. His treatise seems to be one of the oldest oficial defenses of the immaculate conception. See Duba, ‘The Immaculate Conception (…)’, Vivarium 38 (2000), esp. 34.]

Repercussorium Editum contra Adversarium Innocentiae Mariae, edited in: Fr. Guillelmi Guarrae, Fr. Ioannis Duns Scoti, Fr. Petri Aureoli, Quaestiones disputatae de Immaculata Conceptione B.M.V., Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 3 (Quaracchi, 1957), 95-153 [Defense of his Tractatus de Conceptione B. Mariae Virginis against maculist detractors]

Compendiosa Expositio in Evangelium Ioannis, ed. F. Stegmüller, Franz. Stud., 33 (1951), 207-219.

Petrus Aureoli OM, Compendium sensus litteralis totius sacrae Scripturae, ed. P. Seeboeck (Quaracchi, 1896) [This work, also known as the Compendium Bibliorum, survives in many manuscripts and has been published several times before the Seeboeck edition. A new edition, with much more attention to the manuscript tradition and Aureoli’s sources, is necessary]

Recommendatio et divisio sacrae Scripturae, ed. Nancy Spatz (in progress, on the basis of MS Paris, Bibl. Nat., Lat. 14566, ff. 2-7).

De Principiis Physicis/De Principiis Naturae, ed. Martin Bauer>>

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McMichael & Susan E. Myers, The Medieval Franciscans, 2 (Leiden-Boston, 2004), 81-98; M. Pickavé, ‘Metaphysics as First Science: the Case of Peter Auriol’, Documenti e Studi sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale 15 (2004), 487–516; Saverio Di Liso, ‘Alcune trattazioni tardo-medievali sull’unicità e l’anologia dell’ente’, Rivista di Storia della Filosofia 60 (2005), 193-223; Chris Schabel, ‘Philosophy and Theology across cultures: Gersonides and Auriol on Divine Foreknowledge’, Speculum 81 (2006), 1092-1117; Reijo Työrinoja, ‘Peter Aureoli. Theology as an imaginary science’, in: Intellect et imagination, 1167-1177; Anne A. Davenport, ‘Esse Egressus and Esse Apparens in Peter Auriol’s Theory of Intentional Being’, Mediaevalia Philosophica Polonorum 35:1 (2006), 60-84; Lambertus Marie de Rijk, ‘Giraldus Odonis, Godfrey of Fontaines, and Peter Auriol on the principle of individuation’, in: ‘Ad ingenii acuitionem’. Studies in honour of Alfonso Maierù, ed. Stefano Caroti, Ruedi Imbach, Zénon Kaluza, Giorgio Stabile & Loris Sturlese, Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 38 (Louvain-la-Neuve: FIDEM – Turnhout: Brepols, 2006), 403-436; Lauge O. Nielsen, ‘Logic and the Trinity: The Clash between Hervaeus Natalis and Peter Auriol at Paris’, in: Trinitarian Theology in the Medieval West, ed. Pekka Kärkkäinen, Schriften der Luther-Agricola Gesellschaft, 61 (Helsinki: Luther-Agricola-Society, 2007), 149-187; Lauge Olaf Nielsen, ‘The ‘Quodlibeta of Peter Auriol’, in: Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages. The Fourteenth Century, ed. Chris Schabel (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2007), 267-280; Roman Majeran, ‘Piotr Aureoli (Petrus Aureolus, Auriolus, Oriolus, zw. Magister praecipuus, Doctor eximius, Doctor facundus, Doctor ingeniosus)’, in: Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii 8 (2007), 209-212; Jean-Baptiste Brenet, ‘Moi qui pense, moi qui souffre. Le problème de l’identité du composite humain dans la risposte anti-averroiste de Pierre d'Auriol et Grégoire de Rimini’, in: Généalogies du sujet. De Saint Anselme à Malebranche, ed. Olivier Boulnois, Bibliothèque d'histoire de la philosophie. Nouvelle série (Paris: Librarie Philosophiques J. Vrin, 2007), 151-170; Caroline Gaus, ‘Aus dem Nichts ins Unbestimmte. Aureolis Lehre von den Transzendentalien als Angelpunkt der Formalismuskritik’, Salzburger Jahrbuch für Philosophie 52 (2007), 65-94; Caroline Gaus, ‘etiam realis scientis’. Petrus Aureolis konzeptualische Transzendentalienlehre vor dem Hintergrund seiner Kritik am Formalitätenrealismus, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 100 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2008); Thomas Marschler, ‘Petrus Aureoli im Disput mit Thomas von Aquin und Johannes Duns Scotus über die Willensfreiheit Gottes’, in: Wahrheit auf dem Weg. Festschrift für Ludwig Hödl zu seinem Fünfundachtzigsten Geburtstag, ed. Manfred Gerwing & Heinrich J.F. Reinhardt, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie und Theologie des Mittelalters. Neue Folge, 72 (Münster: Aschendorff, 2009), 206-225; Theo Kobusch, ‘Das Verborgene und das Erscheinende: Grundlinien der Philosophie des Petrus Aureoli’, in: Wahrheit auf dem Weg. Festschrift für Ludwig Hödl zu seinem Fünfundachtzigsten Geburtstag, ed. Manfred Gerwing & Heinrich J.F. Reinhardt, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie und Theologie des Mittelalters. Neue Folge, 72 (Münster: Aschendorff, 2009), 246-266; Alain Boureau, ‘La méthode critique en théologie scolastique. Le cas des commentaires des ‘Sentences; de Pierre Lombard (XIIIe-XIVe siècle)’, in: La méthode critique au Moyen Âge, ed. Mireille Chazan & Gilbert Dahan, Bibliothèque d’histoire culturelle du Moyen Âge, 3 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009), 167-180; Chris Schabel, ‘Auriol’s Rubrics: Citations of University Theologians in Peter Auriol’s ‘Scriptum in primum librum Sententiarum”, in: Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, ed. Stephen F. Brownn, Thomas Dewender & Theo Kobusch, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 102 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 3-38; Severin Valentinov Kitanov, ‘Durandus of St.-Pourçain and Peer Auriol on the Act of Beatific Enjoyment’, in: Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, ed. Stephen F. Brownn, Thomas Dewender & Theo Kobusch, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 102 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 163-178; Lauge Olaf Nielsen, ‘Parisian discussions of the Beatific Vision after the Council if Vienne: Thomas Wylton, Sibert of Beka, Peter Auriol, and Raymundus Bequini’, in: Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, ed. Stephen F. Brown, Thomas Dewender & Theo Kobusch, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 102 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 179-209; Fabrizio Amerini, ‘Realism and Intentionality: Hervaeus Natalis, Peter Aureoli, and William Ockham in Discussion’, in: Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, ed. Stephen F. Brown, Thomas Dewender & Theo Kobusch, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 102 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 239-260; Thomas Dewender, ‘Der ontologische Status der Relationen nach Durandus von St.-Pourçain, Hervaeus Natalis und Peter Aureoli’, in: Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, ed. Stephen F. Brown, Thomas Dewender & Theo Kobusch, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 102 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 287-307; Sven K. Knebel, ‘Aureol and the ambiguities of the distinction of Reason’, in: Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, ed. Stephen F. Brown, Thomas Dewender & Theo Kobusch, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 102 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 325-337; Tiziana Suarez-Nani, ‘Singularité et individualité selon Pierre Auriol’, in: Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, ed. Stephen F. Brown, Thomas Dewender & Theo Kobusch, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 102 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 339-357; Stephen F. Brown, ‘Declarative Theology after Durandus: Its presentation and Defense by Peter Aureol’, in: Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, ed. Stephen F. Brown, Thomas Dewender & Theo Kobusch, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 102 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 401-421; Anna A. Davenport, ‘Trois aspects de l’infini dans la théologie de Pierre Auriol’, Études Philosopiques (2009), 531-554; William O. Duba, ‘Peter Auriol the Rhetorician: A recently discovered treatise on rhetorical figures’, Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 51 (2009), 63-73; Christopher Schabel, ‘The Reception of Peter Auriol's Doctrine of Place, with Editions of Questions by Landulph Caracciolo and Gerard of Siena’, in: Représentations et conceptions de l'espace dans la culture médiévale: Colloque Fribourgeois 2009, ed. Tiziana Suárez-Nani & Martin Rohde (Berlin, 2011), 147-192 [http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/9783110259438]; Lauge Olaf Nielsen, ‘Peter Auriol on the Categories of Action and Passion: The Second Question of His Quodlibet‘, in: Philosophy and theology in the Long Middle Ages: a tribute to Stephen F. Brown ed. Kent Emery Jr. et al. (Leiden: Brill, 2011), 375-436; William Owen Duba, ‘The Legacy of the Bologna Studium in Peter Auriol's Hylomorphism‘, in: Philosophy and theology in the studia of the religious orders and at papal and royal courts: acts of the XVth annual colloquium of the Société Internationale pour l'Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale, University of Notre Dame, 8 - 10 October 2008, ed. Kent Emery Jr. (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), 277-302; Tobias Hoffmann, ‘Peter Auriol on Practical Judgment and Angelic Sin‘, in: Contingenza e libertà: teorie francescane del primo Trecento: atti del convegno internazionale, Macerata, 12-13 dicembre 2008, ed. Guido Alinney, Marina Fedeli, & Alessandro Pertosa, (Macerata, 2012), 45-76; Christopher Schabel, ‘Landulph Caracciolo vs. Peter Auriol on thè Divine Will‘, in: Contingenza e libertà: teorie francescane del primo Trecento: atti del convegno internazionale, Macerata, 12-13 dicembre 2008, ed. Guido Alinney, Marina Fedeli, & Alessandro Pertosa, (Macerata, 2012), 77-96; Mark Gerald Henninger, 'John Duns Scotus and Peter Auriol on the Ontological Status of Relations', Quaestio 13 (2013), 221-242; Monica Brinzei, Russell L. Friedman & Christopher Schabel, 'The Late-Medieval Reception of Durand's Sentences Commentary, with Two Case Studies: Peter Auriol (+ 1322) and Nicholas of Dinkelsbühl (+ 1433)', in: Durand of Saint-Pourçain and His Sentences Commentary: Historical, philosophical, and theological issues, ed. Andreas Speer et al. (Louvain, 2014), 295-342; William Duba, 'The Man in the Middle: Peter Auriol's Syllogistic Commentaries on the Gospel of John', in: 'In principio erat Verbum'. Philosophy and Theology in the Commentaries on the Gospel of John (II-XIV centuries), ed. Fabrizio Amerini, Archa Verbi. Subsidia, 11 (Münster: Aschendorff, 2014), 229-246; Fabrizio Amerini, ‘Peter Auriol on Categories’, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 25 (2014), 493-535; Hans Thomas Adriaenssen, ‘Peter John Olivi and Peter Auriol on Conceptual Thought’, Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy 2 (2014), 67-97; Russell L. Friedman, ‘Act, Species, and Appearance: Peter Auriol on Intellectual Cognition and Consciousness’, in: Intentionality, cognition, and mental representation in medieval philosophy, ed. Gyula Klima (New York, 2015), 141-165; Charles Bolyard, ‘Truth and Certainty in Peter Auriol’, Vivarium 53 (2015), 45-64; Tobias Hoffmann, ‘Peter Auriol on Free Choice and Free Judgment’, Vivarium 53 (2015), 65-89; Davide Riserbato, ‘La Ristrutturazione Gnoseologica Della Metateologia. «Suscettibilità» Scientifica Della Natura Divina E Multiformità Dell’habitus Theologicus In Pietro Aureolo († 1322)’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 277-306.

With thanks to Dr. W. Duba, Dr. Chr. Schabel and Dr. R. Friedman. For the Petrus Aureoli page of the latter, see: http://www.igl.ku.dk/~russ/Welcome.html

 

 

 

 

Petrus Arrivabene

Italian friar from Mantua

manuscripts/editions

Sermones (1485): MS Padua, Biblioteca Universitaria cod. 1563 [Contains two series of sermons: 25 sermons by an anonymus Franciscan friar, to which Pietro Arrivabene added 28 sermons de sanctis of his own. A lengthy description of this manuscript is provided by Cenci, 1968, 144ff. & 1969, 115ff.]; MS Padua, Biblioteca Universitaria cod. 2056 ff. 496r-505v [A sermon on the blood of Christ, probably inserted by Pietro Arrivabene himself in an existing sermon collection that was in his possession (=the remainder of the manuscript). He probably held the sermon on the blood of Christ in Mantua, in 1480.

Meditationes Passionis Christi (Milan (?): Leonardo Pachel, c. 1488) [The work begins as follows on f. 1a: ‘Incipit prohemium in meditationibus passionis domini nostri Iesu Christi, ubi miles devotus hortatur ad ipsius domini nostri Iesu amorem et ipsius beneficia continue recolenda precipueque ad meditandam ipsius sacratissimam passionem.’ In all, it contains 22 meditations, based on previously held passion sermons. Contrary to the early editions of the famous Meditationes Passionis Christi, Pietro Arrivabene did not schematise his passion devotion meditations according to the seven canonical hours. Instead, he provides a more or linear narrative with subsequent meditations of the Passion.]

editions of several liturgical works:

Breviarum secundum ritum romanum, castigatum per fr. Petrum Arrivabenum ord. s. Francisci (Venice: Georgius Arrivabene, 1497); Breviarum franciscanum secundum ritum romanum, diligentissime emendatum per ven. Religiosum fr. Petrum Arrivabenum ord. Min. De Observantia (Venice: Lucas Antonius de Giunta & Joannes Emerici de Spira, 1498, 1499 & 1500). Cf. Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke 32, 33, 35, 86 (nos. 5118, 5120, 5121, 5169).

Missale iuxta morem Romane Ecclesie, expletum solertique diligentia catigatum per fr. Petrum Arrivabenum,ord. min. De Obs. (Venice: Lucas Antonius de Giunta & Joannes Emerici de Spiri, 1497). Revised editions appeared in 1498, 1501, 1502, 1504, 1506 and 1508

Edition of a Summa, that is a selection of the works of John of Wales:

Summa de regimine vite humane seu Margarita doctorum, ed. Pietro Arrivabene da Canneto (Venice: Giorgio Arrivabene, 1496). After the frontispiece and an commendatory letter by minister general Guillelmus Astensis, the work starts of with a lengthy Tabula per ordinem alphabeti omnium in Summa Ioannis Valensis contentorum, ff. 3r-57v. This is followed by (selections of ) John of Wales’ Communiloquio (new numbering, ff. 1a-166d), his Compendiloquium de Vitis Illustrium Philosophorum (f. 167a-232b), his Breviloquium de Philosophia sive Sapientia (ff. 233a-239c), his Breviloquium de Virtutibus Antiquorum Principum et Philosophorum (ff. 240a-259d), and his Ordinarium Vite Religiose sive Alphabetum (ff. 260a-305b).

Opera devotissima continente le piissime meditazioni della passione di Cristo, cum aliquanti capituli devotissimi novamente composti (Mantua: Francescho di Bruschi, 1511). It is an Italian translation of his own Meditationes, with at the end an additional Pasion in versi vulgari pervenuta a le man mie, consisting of 52 terzines. On f. 5r-v, Pietro makes clear: ‘…ho pensato in questa mia ultima età reducere in sermon vulgare le devotissime meditatione, che sono vintidue, de l’acerbissima morte et passion de Christo, da me predicate quaranta anni lo venere sancto in varie et diverse cità et terre de Italia non senza grande effusione et spargimento de lachrime et mie et de li popili audienti.’ The translation was dedicated to the Poor Clare Chiara da Montefeltro (=Isabella di Rimini, the widow of Roberto Malatesta, lord of Rimini. After his death, sabella entered the order of Poor Clares in Urbino and later transferred to the Poor Clares of Ferrara).

Italian translation of Bonaventure’s Legenda Major:

Legenda de Sancto Francesco composta per el serafico Sancto Bonaventura et reducta in volgare per el venerabile patre fr. Pietro da Canedo (Venice: Gregorio de Gregori, 1522). This translation received a new edition in the 20th century: Legenda de Sancto Francesco composta per el serafico Sancto Bonaventura, reducta in volgare per el venerabile patre frate Pietro da Canedo, ed. Michele Faloci Pulignani (Assisi, 1927). Faloci Pulignani remarked that Pietro’s translation might be the most faithful of the various surviving fifteenth- and sixteenth-century translations of the Legenda Major.

literature

C.Cenci, `Fr. Pietro Arrivabene da Canneto e la sua attività letteraria', AFH, 61 (1968), 289-344; 62 (1969), 115-195; L. Pescasio, L’arte della stampa a Mantova nei secoli XV-XVI-XVII (Mantua, 1971), 119-125.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Barona de Valdivielso (Pedro Barona de Valdivielso, d. 1596?)

OFM. Born in Madrid. Friar in the Castilian province.

editions

Tratado sobre el Ave Maria

literature

José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) VI, nos. 2981-2986; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 91 (no. 147); AIA 15 (1955), 480.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Battista da Perugia (d. 1677)

OFMObs>>>

literature/editions

Scala dell’anima per arrivare in breve alla contemplazione, perfezione, et unione con Dio, ed. & stud. Sabrina Stroppa, in: Arch. Ital. Storia Pietà 9 (1996), 211-279. [First edition: Macerata: Giuseppe Piccini, 1675]

 

 

 

 

Petrus Bautista (Pedro Bautista Blásquez, 1542, San Sebastian - 597, Nagasaki) sanctus (1627)

OFM. Entered the Franciscan order in 1566. Preacher and lector in Spain. After 1580 active as missionary in Mexico and the Philippines (after 1583). In 1593 leader of the Franciscan mission in Japan, where he founded at least three convents and two hospitals. During the shogunate of Taikosama martyred (crucified) with five other Franciscans, 17 Japanese Franciscan tertiaries and 3 Jesuits. Author?

Literature

AASS, febr. I (1735), 723-762; LThK, VIII (1963), 350

 

 

 

 

Petrus Beltrandus de Sancta Rosa Maria (Pedro Beltrán de Santa Rosa María, fl. 18th cent.)

Recollect friar. Member of the Mérida friary. Guardian and Custos in the Giuseppe de Yucatan province. Professor of theology (regent master?) and book censor for the Inquisition. Furthermore commissioner for the Franciscan Third Order. Well-known for his knowledge of the Mayan language

editions

Novena de Christo crucificado con otras Oraciones en lengua Maya (Mexico, 1740).

Arte de el idioma Maya reducido a succintas reglas, y semilexicón yucateco (Mexico, 1746/Mérida, 1859).

Declaración de la Doctrina Cristiana en el idioma Yucateco, nuevamente corregida en algunos vocablos y periodos (Mexico, 1757/Mérida, 1816, 1860, 1866, 1895)

Erario y Organo Seráfico Unpublished?

Historia Angélica en prosa y verso Unpublished?

literature

A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 17.

 

 

 

 

 

Petrus Berchorius (Pierre Bersuire, fl. ca. 1340)

Franciscan friar who quickly left the order to become Benedictine monk. As a Benedictine, he became the compiler of several works to help preachers, such as the Repertorium Morale, the Reductorium Morale, and translationsof the works of Titus Livius. The most famous of his works is the Reductorium Morale, a so-called preaching encyclopedia, containing moralized information about the properties of nature. For much of its content it goes back to De Proprietatibus Rerum of Bartholomaeus Anglicus and subsequent moralizations of this work for preaching purposes. (See also under Marcus de Orvieto) The Reductorium Morale contains 16 chapters: (1) De Deo; (2) De Corpore et Membris Humanis; (3) De Hominis Conditionibus; (4) De Infirmitatibus; (5) De Celo et Terra; (6) De Materia et Forma, Igne et Aere et Eorum Impressionibus; (7) De Avibus; (8) De Aquis et Fluminibus; (9) De Piscibus; (10) De Animalibus, Vermibus et Serpentibus; (11) De Terra et Eius Partibus Necnon de Gemmis et Lapidibus Preciosibus; (12) De Herbis, Plantis et Arboribus; (13) De Nature Accidentibus; (14) De Mirabilibus Nature; (15) De Fabulis Poetarum; (16) Super Totam Bibliam.

Manuscripts

Reductorium Morale This work, also known as the Liber Bibliae Moralis, was printed at Ulm and at Strasburg in 1474, and later also in Basel (1515), and Lyon (1536).

Repertorium Morale.

Translation of Titus-Livius

>>> to be continued

editions

>>>the most current ones are listed in Hain, Repertorium Bibliographicum I, 362; Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke (Berlin, 1928) III, nos. 3862-3867.

literature

DHGE VIII, 914-916 (overview of life and works); DSpir XII, 1508-1510; S. Gieben, Vivarium 6 (1968), 62-68; Some observations on his works have been made by Baudouin van den Abeele, whom I also want to thank for the information presented above. See also: Marie-Hélène Tesnière, 'Le Reductorium morale de Pierre Bersuire', in: L'enciclopedismo medievale. Atti del convegno San Gimignano, 8-10 ottobre 1992, ed. Michelangelo Picone (Ravenna, 1994), 229-249; Frank Thomas Coulson, 'A checklist of newly discovered manuscripts of Pierre Bersuire's Ovidius moralizatus', Scriptorium 51 (1997), 164-186; René-Adrien Meunier, 'Le fonds aquitain et provençal du "Réductoire moral" de Pierre Bersuire, protégé du pape Jean XXII et du cardinal Pierre des Prés', in: Actes des Congrès d'Etudes Régionales I - VII de la Fédération Historique du Sud-Ouest 1948 - 1954 (Agen, Périgueux, Cahors, Dax, La Réole, Saintes, Luchon-Pau, Bordeaux (1997), 169-170; Sabrina Vervake, Forme et fonction des traductions moralisees des "Metamorphoses" d'Ovide. Le "De formis figurisque deorum" de Pierre Bersuire (Avignon, 1342), preface de la "Bible des poetes" (Bruges: Colard Mansion, 1484), Ph.D Thesis Université Laval (1999); Denis Hüe, 'Espace et paysage chez Pierre Bersuire et quelques Avignonnais', Cahiers de recherches médiévales 6 (1999), 41-57; Bruno Roy, ‘Pierre Bersuire: une fenêtre allégorique sur la destinée humaine’, in: Par la fenestre: Etudes de littérature et de civilisation médiévales, ed. Chantal Connochie-Bourgne, Senefiance, 491 (Aix-en-Provence: CUERMA, 2003), 397-402; Fréderic Duval, 'Le glossaire de traduction, instrument privilégié de la transmission du savoir: Les Decades de Tite-Live par Pierre Bersuire', in: La transmission des savoirs au Moyen Âge et à la Renaissance. 1: Du XIIe au XVe siècle, ed. Pierre Nobel (Besançon, 2005) I, 43-64; Marie-Hélène Tesnière, 'L'image de Rome dans la traduction des Décades de Tite-Live par Pierre Bersuire. Un miroir universel', in: Frontiers in The Middle Ages: Proceedings of the Third European Congress of Medieval Studies (Jyväskylä, 10 - 14 June 2003), Päivi Pahta & Outi Merisalo (Louvain-la-Neuve, 2006), 605-628; Kimberly Ann Rivers, 'Another look at the career of Pierre Bersuire, O.S.B.', Revue bénédictine 116 (2006), 92-100; Grover A. Zinn, 'Bersuire, Pierre', in: Key Figures in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia, ed. Richard Kenneth Emmerson & Sandra Clayton-Emmerson, Routledge encyclopedias of the Middle Ages, 13 (New York, NY: Routledge, 2006), 74-75; Marie-Hélène Tesnière, 'Un manuscrit exceptionnel des Decades de Tite-Live traduites par Pierre Bersuire', in: La traduction vers le moyen français. Actes du IIe colloque de l'AIEMF, Poitiers, 27-29 avril 2006, Claudio Galderisi & Cinzia Pignatelli (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007), 149-164; Marie-Hélène Tesnière, 'Les Décades de Tite-Live traduites par Pierre Bersuire et la politique éditoriale de Charles V', in: Quand la peinture était dans les livres: Mélanges en l'honneur de François Avril; à l'occasion de la remise du titre de docteur honoris causa de la Freie Universität Berlin, ed. Mara Hofmann, Caroline Zöhl & Eberhard König (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007), 344-351; Jacques Pycke & Tania van Hemelryck, 'Une source de "l'Abregiet et effect des trois decades" de Titus Livius d'Henri Romain? Note sur un fragment de la traduction de Tite-Live par Pierre Bersuire retrouvé à la cathédrale de Tournai', Scriptorium 62 (2008), 327-333; Sandra Englebert, Le Reductorium morale de Pierre Bersuire. Méthode encyclopédique et pensée allégorique au XIVe siècle: l'exemple des animaux fabuleux, Ph.D. Thesis Université de Louvain (2008 - 2009); Marie-Hélène Tesnière, 'L'exemplaire de dédicace du Tite-Live de Bersuire et la réception de l'Antiquité vers 1358', in: L'Antiquité entre Moyen Age et Renaissance. L'Antiquité dans les livres, ed. Chrystèle Blondeau & Marie Jacob (Paris: Ed. Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest, 2011), 127-138; Denis Hüe, 'Tradition et moralisation chez Pierre Bersuire', in: Encyclopédire. Formes de l'ambition encyclopédique dans l'Antiquité et au Moyen Âge (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), 349-364; Pietro Delcorno, ‘‘Christ and the soul are like Pyramus and Thisbe’: An Ovidian Story in Fifteenth-Century Sermons’, Medieval Sermon Studies 60:1 (2016), 37-61 (passim).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Bergerius (Pietro Bergeri da Susa, fl. early 17th cent.)

OFMConv. From North-West Italy.

editions

Breviarium Historiae Seraphicae (Vapinci: Melchior Dalmazio, 1631). A concise handbook of the 'three orders' of Francis of Assisi.

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 519.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Bonus Mutensis (de Modena, fl. 15th cent.)

manuscripts

Sermones Dominicales:Padua, anton.?

De Arte Faciendi Sermones: Padua, Anton., Scaff.. XXII.506

 

 

 

 

Petrus Borbelli (d. 1333)

Franciscan lector at Aversa. Was elected bishop of Carinola and confirmed in this office by Pope John XXII on 13 january 1326. Yet Pietro’s order superiors were unwilling to accept this election (did this mean that he could not take up the position?). Four years later, when the Valva-Sulmona episcopate became vacant, the order apparently did not hinder Pietro’s election by that diocesan chapter. Pietro was confirmed in his new see on 4 May 1330. The next year, Pietro published new diocesan statutes of the Valva Sulmona diocese.

literature

L. Wadding, Annales Minorum (ed. Rome, 1733) VII, 58, 112; V. d’Avino, Cenni storici sulle Chiese delle Due Sicilie (Naples, 1848), 738, 742; L. Menna, Saggio istorico della città e diocesi di Carinola, I (Aversa, 1848); Bullarium Franciscanum V., ed. C. Eubel (Rome, 1898), nos. 598 & 853; Jean XXII, lettres communes, ed. J. Mollat, VI (Paris, 1912), n. 24176 & X (Paris, 1928), n. 49521; L. Jadin, ‘Borbelli’, DHGE IX, 1175.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Brosius (Pierre de La Brosse, fl. 15th cent.)

French friar about whom nothing more is known than that he wrote a small treatise Des règles de la perfection, dedicated to all those who wanted to engage in a veritable devotion ‘à nostre très doulx Sauveur Jhesu Crist crucifié.’ The author provides ‘35 règles de dévocion pour qui veut monter en la très haute montagne de perfection et de sainte contemplation’. Work seems especially geared to female religious who go to mass daily and should cultivate an evocative and tender devotional attitude towards the suffering Christ.

manuscripts

Des règles de la perfection: Paris BN MS français 2460 ff. 1-25 (15th cent.) [for a short enumeration of the 35 devotional rules, see the DSpir lemma written by Longpré]

literature

Éphrem Longpré, ‘La Brosse (Pierre de)’, DSpir IX, 25.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Calanna (Pietro Calanna/Thermitanus Himereus Franciscanus, 1531-1606)

OFMConv. Sicilian friar from Termini. Studied philosophy and theology at Padua, and taught as regent master at Assisi (1567) and Palermo. Was a convinced platonist, and saw profound similarities between Plato’s doctrines and those of christianity. Aristotle, in contrast, would never have moved beyond mundane knowledge. Pietro’s major work is the Philosophia Seniorum Sacerdotia et Platonica.

manuscripts/editions

Philosophia Seniorum Sacerdotia et Platonica a Iunioribus et Laicis Neglecta Philosophis de Mundo Animarum et Corporum (Panormi, apud Io. Ant. De Franciscis, 1599 [Palermo, Giov. A. de Franceschi, 1599]).

Orazioni ambi Funebri nella Morte del Potentissimo Re Filippo Il Nostro Signore (Palermo, 1599).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 519-520; A. Mongitore, Bibliotheca Sicula (Palermo, 1714) II, 132; Sbaralea, Supplementum (ed. Rome, 1921), II, 332; DSpir, II, 16-17; DBI, XVI, 465; G. Roccaro, `Pietro Calanna: una lettura platonica del XVI secolo…', in: Francescanesimo e cultura in Sicilia (Palermo, 1987), 229-252; F. Rotolo, `La vicenda culturale nel Convento di S. Francesco di Palermo', in: La biblioteca francescana di Palermo, ed. D. Ciccarelli (Palermo, 1995), 38-39.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Caldarinus (d. 1440)

Friar of Messanense (Plechl!) Would have been (titular?) bishop of Antioch. Wrote biblical commentaries

manuscripts

?

editions

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literature

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Petrus Canedus (Pedro Cañedo, fl. later 16th cent.)

OFM Spanish friar from the Santiago province.

editions

Compendiolum de Sacramentis (Salamanca: Joannes & Andreas Renaut, 1592).

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literature

AIA 40 (1980, 191-192; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 98 (no. 198); Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996),  59; Pedro Riquelme Oliva & Isaac Vázques Janeiro, ‘La cuestión de la misa y comunión frecuente y codidiana a finales del siglo XVI. Una apología inédita de fray Pedro Cañedo’, Salmanticensis 49 (2002), 289-307.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Caperolo (Caprioli, early 15th cent., Brescia - 1480)

OFMObs. Milanese friar and renowned preacher. Tried to establish an independent congregation within the Observant movement (a.o. in Bergamo, Brescia and other towns in Northern Italy). For this he was condemned by the leadership of the order in 1467. Reconciliation in 1469. In 1471 the commune of Brescia tried it once more. Only in 1477 did pope Sixtus IV allow Capriolus to establish a congregation named after Bernardinus of Siena. Moreover: Capriolus was asked to reform the convent of Città di Castello. After Capriolus' death the congregation quickly disappeared. Works? See for more information the studies of Sevesi and Kirshner.

literature

P. Sevesi, Saggio storico-critico (…) della provincia minoritica di Milano (Brescia, 1916), 18-22; P. Sevesi, ‘La congregazione dei Capriolanti e le origini della provincia dei frati minori (…) di Brescia’, AFH 7 (1914), 108-121; P. Sevesi, ‘La congregazione dei Capriolanti sotto il titolo di S. Bernardino’, Studi Francescani 9 (1923), 249-272; Paolo Maria Sevesi, ‘S. Rocco di Brescia e la Congregazione francescana dei Capriolanti. Documenti dal 1469 al 1500’, Brixia Sacra 16 (1925), 98-112, 147-160, 161-177; A. Van den  Wyngaert, ‘Caperolo’, DHGE XI, 854-855; G. Barone, `P. Caprioli', LMA, VI, col. 1966; Julius Kirshner, ‘Caperolo (Capriolo, de Capriolis), Pietro’, Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani XVIII (1975) [ http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/pietro-caperolo_%28Dizionario_Biografico%29/ ] .

 

 

 

 

Petrus Capullius (Pietro Capullio/Capulio/del Capulla, d. 1625)

OFMConv. Commentator on the works of Bonaventure. Born in Cortona around 1560. Proved himself to be a talented student. He was baccalaureus in the Rimini studium and later regent master of the Magna Domus Venetiarum in Bologna. He joined the Conventuals and resided for a while in the friary on the Alverna mountain. He rose quickly in the order ranks, reaching the function of general procurator. Yet he also continued to teach and to study, and in 1593 he became the sixth regent master of the Collegium S. Bonaventurae in Rome, which had been erected by the Franciscan pope Sixtus V in 1587 to kickstart the study of the works of Bonaventure. Together with other Conventuals, Pietro Capelli became a driving force behind the edition and the study of Bonaventure, and he was one of the teachers of new generations of Conventual intellectuals, among which were also Mastrio and Sbaraglia. Pietro Capulio remained at the Collegium S. Bonaventurae until 1605, when pope Paul V made him bishop of Conversano, near Bari. There he devoted himself to pastoral tasks and also continued his bonaventurean studies. He died at Conversano on 28 June, 1624 (or 24 June, 1625 according to Eubel, Hierarchia, 177). He is first and foremost known for his commentaries on the first and second book of the Sentences of Bonaventure.

editions

Commentaria in primum librum Sententiarum s. Bonaventurae (Venice, 1621).

Commentaria in secundum librum Sententiarum s. Bonaventurae (Venice, 1624).

literature 

P. Rodolfi, Historiarum seraphicae religionis libri tres (Venice, 1586), 265; Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 520; L. Wadding, Scriptores Ordinis minorum (ed. Rome, 1906), 186; B. Teoli, Triumphus seraphicus (Veletro, 1655), 40; Sbaraglia, Supplementum et castigatio (ed. Rome, 1921) II, 333f; G. Franchini, Bibliosofia e mem. lett. di scrittori francescani conventuali (Modena, 1693), 520; F. Ughelli-N. Coleti, Italia sacra (Venice, 1721) VII, 715; Hurter, Nomenclator literarius theologiae catholicae III, 647; Sigismondo da Venezia, Biografia serafica degli uomini illustri che fiorirono nel francescano istituto (Venice, 1846), 565; P. De Martigné, La scolastica e le tradizioni francescane (Foligno, 1890) II, 287; G. Abate, ‘Series episcoporum ex Ordine fratrum minorum conventualium’, Miscellanea francescana 31 (1931), 113; L. Di Fonzo, ‘Lo studio del dottore serafico nel Collegio di S. Bonaventura in Roma’, Miscellanea francescana 11 (1940), 170, 179, 181; G. Gulik-C. Eubel, Hierarchia catholica III, 177; DHGE XI, 974; Encicl. Catt. III, 732; DThCat II, 1696; Augusto De Ferrari ,’CAPULIO, Pietro’, Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani XIX (1976) [http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/pietro-capulio_(Dizionario-Biografico)/]

 

 

 

 

Petrus Carvajal (Pedro Carvaajal, fl. early sixteenth cent.)

Spanish friar from the Santiago province

editions

Libro de la vida, santidad y excelencias de S. Juan Bautista, principalmente fundado en el texto de los Santos Evangelios (Salamanca: Rodrigo de Castañeda, 1533). Published with the support of Doña Theresa de Zuñiga y Guzmã, Duchess of Bejar and Marquess of Ayamonte y Gibraleon.

literature

Isaías Rodríguez, ‘Autores espirituales españoles (1500-1700)’, Repertorio de Historia de las Ciencias eclesiasticas en España 3 (siglos xiii-xvi) (Salamanca, 1971), 453; AIA 40 (1980), 160-163; Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 60.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Cavus (Pedro Cava, fl. first half 18th cent.)

OFM. Friar active in the Cartagena province around 1740.

literature

AIA 36 (1933), 138-139; AIA 38 (1935), 76, n.1; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 103 (no. 228).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Cervereus (Pedro Cervera, 1667-1717)

Observant friar from Son Servera (Baleares). took the Franciscan habit in 1691 in the San Francisco de Asis friary of Palma. he died there on August 19, 1714.

editions

Prenda de mas valor, escondida en el regase de la virtud: hallada por una alma devota al retiro de la obediencia religiosa. Con otras devociones y additamentos. Todo se ofrece y dedicada á la reina de los ángeles virgen María, no comprendida en la culpa de Adan (Majorca: Miguel Capó, 1705).

literature

Biblioteca de Autores Baleares, ed. Joaquin María Bover (Palma: P.J. Gelabert, 1868) I, 186 (no. 269).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Christiani (Christmann, d. 1483)

OMObs. Probably from Breslau. Active as preacher in Nürnberg (according to Glassberger a very good one). After the convent of Munich was forced to take on the regular Observance (thanks to the intervention of Allbrecht Vof Bavaria), Petrus Christiani became the first guardian of the observant community. Two Latin sermon collections and a short German Pater Noster explication (originally given in a homiletic encounter) of him have survived.

manuscripts & editions

Sermones: Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Clm 8728 & Clm 11928 [See also Minges, 59 & Zawart, 344]

Ein schöne auslegung uber den pater noster die der geistlich vater und gardian des ordens sant franczisen der opserfancz, genant prüder Peter, gepredigt hat cze Munchen in irem klöster: MS Graz Universitätsbibliothek Cod. 1972 (ca. 1500) ff. 96v-97v. The surviving text has been edited in: Kurt Ruh, Dagmar Ladisch-Grube & Josef Brecht, Franziskanisches Schrifttum im deutschen Mittelalter, Band II: Texte (Munich, 1985), 259-260.

literature

Bavaria Franciscana Antiqua (Landshut, 1957) III, 90f; Glassberger, Chronica, AF II, 473, 486; AF VIII, 688, 691, 694, 697, 701, 790f, 813; Landmann, ‘Predigtwesen’, Franziskanische Studien 15 (1928), 317f.; Die deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters. Verfasserlexikon I, 1210f. & XI, 316.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Collingridge (1757–1829)

English friar, bishop of Thespia and Vicar Apostolic of the Western District of England in the early 19th century. He campaigned of the Catholic Emancipation Act in England. He died shortly before this act was accepted by the British parliament.

editions

"Then the Pontiffs are Free": The Civil Principality of the Vicar of Christ Revealed in the Holy Scriptures. An Appeal to the Clergy and to All Friends of the Holy See (London: Burns & Oates, 1889).

literature

J.B. Dockery, Collingridge: a Franciscan contribution to Catholic emancipation (1954); J.A. Harding, ‘Collingridge, Peter (1757–1829)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004 / http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/5928)

 

 

 

 

Petrus Crabbe

See: Crabbe, Petrus

 

 

 

 

Petrus Dandebourg ?

Franciscan theologian

manuscripts

Somniale Pseudo-Danielis: Troyes 1514 (15th cent.)

 

 

 

 

Petrus David (Pierre David, fl. 17th cent.)

French Observant friar and theologian. Author

editions

Selections of his works have been included in La vie mystique chez les franciscains du dix-septième siècle. Tome II: Florilège de figures mystiques de la réforme capucine, ed. Dominique Tronc, Collection Sources mystiques (Mers-sur-Indre: Paroisse et Famille-Centre Saint-Jean-de-la-Croix, 2014).

literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 338; DThCath. IV, 153; DThCath XII, 1928; Catholicisme III, 488; DSpir III, 50.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Agueros (Pedro Gonzalez de Agueros, fl. later 18th cent.)

OFM. Castilian friar from the Immaculate Conception province. Travelled to Peru, where, around 1780, he became the guardian of the Santa Rosa y Santa Maria d’Ocopa College (archdiocese of Lima). By 1786, already ageneral apostolic preacher, he was back in Spain, receiving the position of general procurator of the mission for Peru, situated at the Spanish royal court. He kept this position until 1791. Several of his historical and missionary works have survived.

manuscripts/editions

Coleccion general de las espediciones practicadas por los religiosos misioneros del Orden de San Francisco del Colegio de ‘Propaganda Fide’ de Santa Rosa y de Santa Maria, de Ocopa, situado en el reyno del Perù, arzobispado de Lima y provincia de Sauja, solicitando la conversion de los gentiles; con descripcion geografica de la situacion de aquel colegio y sus misiones; y se expresan tambien los religiosos que han muerto a manos de los infieles por tanta santa obra (ca. 1786). This work, dedicated to King Carlos III, is found as a manuscript in the library of the Madrid Royal Academy of History.

Descripcion historical de la provincia y archipielago de Chiloé en el reyno de Chile y obispado de la Concepcion (Madrid, 1791). Dedicated to Carlos IV.

literature

Marcellino da Civezza, Saggio di bibliografia sanfrancescano (Prato, 1879), 8. 

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Abreu (Pedro de Abreu, fl. early 17th cent.)

Preacher in the Andalusia province.

literature/editions

AIA 4 (1915), 334-336; AIA 15 (1955), 212-213; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) IV, nos. 1261-1266 & V, n. 4354.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Aguado (Pedro de Aguado, fl. 1538-1609)

OFM. Castilian friar. Took the Franciscan habit at an early age, in the 1550s (?) Travelled to Spanish America, where he became the first provincial of the new Granada de las Indias province, establishing himself in the Santa-Fé de Bogota friary. Apparently still active around 1582. Wrote a history of the Venezuela/Colombia region and on the role of the Franciscan order, which he dedicated to King Philip II of Spain. A two-volume manuscript of this work can apparently be found in the library of the Madrid Royal Academy of History.

manuscripts

Primera parte de la recopilación historial resolutoria de Sancta Marta y Nuebo Ryeno de Granada de las Indias del mar Oceano, con la qual se trata del primer descubrimiento de Sancta Marta y nuebo reyno y lo en el sucedido hasta el año de sesenta y ocho, con las guerras y fundaciones de todas las cibdades y villas del mismo; Segunda parte de la historia que compuso F.P. de Aguado, en el qual se trata el descubrimiento y fundacion de la gobernacion y provincia de Venezuela, con el descubrimiento de la isla Trenidad y fundacion de la cibdad de Cartagena y su gobernacion en Tierra Firme, con el alçamiento y tirania de Lope Aguirre traidor hasta que fué muerto en la gobernacion de Venezuela por los campo del rey. Cuentase todo el discurso del General Pedro de Ossua que fue muerto por este traidor Aguirre, yendo en busca de la tierra que llaman Dorado: >>>

editions

Pedro Aguado, Recopilación historial, 2 Vols. (Bogotá: Imprenta nacional, 1906) [first volume in any case accessible via Archive.org]; Pedro Aguado, Historia de Venezuela, ed. Jerónimo Bécker, 2 Vols. (Madrid: Publicaciones de la Real Academia de Historia (Madrid: Jaime Ratés, 1918-1919) [edition accessible via Archive.org]; Pedro Aguado, Recopilación historial, ed. Juan Friede (Bogota, 1956); Recopilación historial de Venezuela, ed. & est. preliminar de Guillermo Morón, 2 Vols. (Caracas, 1963). The work was dedicated to the Spanish king Philip II and was divided in four parts/two books: Conquista y población de Santa Marta y Nuevo Reino de Granada (1581) & Historia de Venezuela (1582). The work later became a source for Pedro Simón's Noticias historiales de las conquistas de Tierra Firme en las Indias Occidentales and for José de Oviedo y Baños's Historia de la conquista y población de la Provincia de Venezuela.

literature

Marcellino da Civezza, Saggio di bibliografia sanfrancescana (Prato, 1879), 5; Atanasio López, ‘Historiadores franciscanos de Venezuela y Colombia. Fr. Pedro Aguado y Fr. Pedro Simón’, AIA 14 (1920), 207-235; Atanasio López, ‘Fr. Pedro Aguado, historiador de Venezuela y Colombia’, AIA 16 (1921), 24-53; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 4; Orlando Fals-Borda, Fr. Pedro de Aguado. El cronista olvidado de Colombia y Venezuela, transl. From English by Fr. Carlos Martínez (Cali: Ed. Franciscana, 1956); Mario Germán Romero, ‘Informe sobre las partidas de bautismo de Fr. Pedro Aguado, OFM’, Boletín de história y antigüedades 46 (Bogota, 1959), 110-121; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) IV, nos. 1828-1836; AIA 27 (1967), 229; Diccionario de historia ecclesiástica de España, 4 Vols. (Madrid, 1972-1975) I, 14. Cf also http://www.publispain.com/revista/biografia-de-fray-pedro-de-aguado.htm

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Alava (Pedro de Alava, fl. ca. 1601)

OFM. Provincial minister in Castilia.

editions/literature

AIA 30 (1928), 347-352; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) V, nos. 107-111.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Alcántara (Petrus de Alcantara/Pedro d'Alcántara/Juan de Garavito y Vilela de Sanabria, 1499, Alcantára - 1562, Arenas) beatus (1622), sanctus (1669)

OFM/OFMRef. Studied grammar in his home town, and thereafter the liberal arts, philosophy and canon law at Salamanca. In 1515, he entered the order in the Santo Evangelio custody, which officially was transferred to the Observants in 1517, and in 1519 received provincial status. Juan fulfilled his noviciate in the convent San Francisco de Los Majaretes, and changed his name in Pedro. Further religious studies at Los Majaretes and at Belvis de Monroy. Became guardian of Robledillo de Gata in 1519 and priester in 1524. From 1525 onwards he again several times fulfilled the function of guardian in various convents (a.o. Badajoz, La Lapa, Plasencia). Between 1532 and 1538 he lived the life of a hermit in La Papa. In 1535, 1544, and 1551, he was provincial definitor. In 1538 he was elected provincial minister of the province of St. Gabriel. As provincial minister (1538-1541) he reformed the provincial constitutions with the support of the chapter of Placensia. After getting acquainted with Francisco de Borja, a period of solitary contemplation (1542), travels to Portugal and additional administrative and educational charges (a.o. gardien and novice master at Palhães), he embarked on a program of reform, in close allignment Juan Pacual. Petrus established several new convents, such as the Pedroso de Acim convent, which became the center of the subsequent Alcantarine reform congregation (under Conventual control). In 1557 he became general commisioner of these reformed convents in Spain. His congregation received official papal approval in 1562 (Pius IV). Pedro died on 18 October 1562. He was beatified on 5 March 1622 and officially canonised on 28 April 1669. Pedro is foremost known as a great organizer, as a contemplative ascetic with a clear-cut ascetical program, and as spiritual counsellor of king Juan III of Portugal and Theresa of Avilla. Wrote several influential ascetical and meditative handbooks, which emphasise prayer.

manuscripts and editions

Tratado de la oración y meditación (Madrid, 1916/1933/1956/1977) [also more than 200 older editions, as well as many partial modern translations. The work shows many resemblances with the contemporary treatise on meditation written by Louis of Granada, but uses a wide range of other sources (aside from Scripture, Augustine, and Bernard, especially John of Caulibus, Pseudo-Tauler, Alonso de Madrid, Francisco de Osuna, Antonio de Guevara, and the Instrucción para novicios of Martin de Santa María Benavides) . Pedro probably had finished the first version of the work by 1537. The first printed edition dates from 1548. The work tries to serve as a meditational guide for lay people. For additional details, cf. Mariano Acebal Luján, ‘Pierre d’Alcántara’, DSpir XII, 1491-1493]. A partial French translation is available in Ivan Gobry, Mystiques franciscains (Perpignan: Artège Editions, 2013).

Constituciones of the S. Gabriel province (1540, following the 1501 constitutions of Juan de Guadelupe): MS Madrid, Archivo Histórico Nacional, Clero, Monteceli del Hoyo Leg. 1434.

Constituciones of the San José province (1561-1562). Edited in Annales Minorum XIX (Rome, 1745), 572-577, n. 259-261 [Note: in both constitutions, there is a strong emphasis on prayer, and many details on meditational and penitential exercises]

Camino de Perfección (attributed): Barcelona, Bib. Univ. 1744 ff. 63r-67v (late 17th or 18th cent. copy)

Translation of the Soliloquium of Bonaventure: MS Archivo Franciscano Ibero Oriental de Madrid, cajón 541

Super Psalmum Miserere: MS Madrid Real Acedemia de la Historia 9/2169. ff. 296r-302v. The work is edited in Salmanticensis 2 (1955), 151-159, and again inthe 1977 edition of the Tratado dela oración y meditación, pp. 179-188. See also Barbara Matrecano, ‘San Pedro de Alcántara, ‘Super psalmum miserere’, Verdad y vida 67 (2009), 575-609 [It amounts to a commentary on the first six verses of the psalm Miserere]

Letters (12 letters). Several of these have been edited in the study of A. Barrado Manzano (1965). For more information, see Mariano Acebal Luján, ‘Pierre d’Alcántara’, DSpir XII, 1494.

For a modern edition of several of his writings and additional information, see Místicos franciscanos españoles, I: Vida y escritos de San Pedro de Alcántara, ed. R. Sanz Valdivieso, Biblioteca de autores cristianos 570 (Madrid, 1996).

literature

AASS Oct. VIII (1866), 623-809; P. Michel-Ange, `Les sources d'une vie de St. Pierre d'Alcantara', Études Franciscaines, 49 (1937), 92-105, 189-212; Idem, `Éditions connues du Traité de l'Oraison de St. Pierre d'Alcantara', Orient 14 (1930), 62-82 & 15 (1931), 239-258, 402-419; A. Huerga, `Génesis y autenticidad del `Libro de la Oración y Meditación', Rivista de Archivos, Bibliotecas y Museos 59 (1953), 135-188; Michel Ange & L. Villasante, Trabajos de espiritualidad publicados por los franciscanos (Barcelona, 1957), 453; León Amorós, ‘San Pedro de Alcántara y su ‘Tratado de la oración y meditación’. Nueva revisión del problema’, AIA 22 (1962), 163-221; A. Huerga, AIA, 22 (1962); M. Ledrus, `Grenade et Alcantara. Deux manuels d'oraison mentale', RAM, 38 (1962), 447-460 & 39 (1963), 32-41; Luis Villasante, ‘Doctrina de S. Pedro de Alcantara sobre la oración mental’, Verdad y Vida 21 (1963), 207-255; F. Félix Lopes, Influencia de S. Pedro de Alcantara na espiritualidade portuguésa do seu tempo (Coimbra, 1964); A. Barrado Manzano, S. Pedro de Alcantara. Estudio critico y documentado de su vida (Madrid, 1965); Mariano Acebal Luján, ‘Pierre d’Alcántara’, DSpir XII, 1489-1495 [also with ample information on the various vitae on Pedro]; LThK VIII³, 103; Manuel de Castro, ‘Algunas ediciones del ‘Tratado de oración y meditación’ de san Pedro de Alcántara, OFM’, Revista de literatura 31 (1967), 105-117; Isaías Rodríguez, ‘Autores espirituales españoles (1500-1700)’, Repertorio de Historia de las Ciencias eclesiasticas en España 3 (siglos xiii-xvi) (Salamanca, 1971), 557-558 (with a lot of additional bibliographical information); Juan Meseguer Fernández, ‘Camino de perfección de S. Pedro de Alcántara’, AIA 39 (1979), 467-471; Wieslaw Frantszek Murawiec, ‘Piotr Alkantary i popularyzacja w Polsce jego programu zycia wewnetrznego w XVII i XVIII wieku’, Folia Hist. Cracov. 4-5 (1997-1998), 153-169; San Pedro de Alcántara, hombre universal, Actas del Congresso, Guadalupe 1997, ed. Sebastián García (Coslada (Madrid): Ediciones Guadelupe, 1998) [cf reviews: AIA 59 (1999), 412-414; Verdad y Vida 57 (1999), 587-589]; Marcos Rincón Cruz, ‘Los escritos de San Pedro de Alcántara. Edición completa’, Verdad y Vida 57 (1999), 537-548; Julio Herranz Migueláñez, ‘San Pedro de Alcántara y la espiritualidad alcantarina’, Verdad y Vida 57 (1999), 411-449; Carlos Bermejo Cabezas, ‘Ensayo bibliográfico sobre San Pedro de Alcántara (1962-1999)’, Verdad y Vida 57 (1999), 450-474; José Àlvarez Alonso, ‘San Pedro de Alcántara, rasgos de un Santo’, Verdad y Vida 57 (1999), 551-568; V. centenario della nascita di S. Pietro d’Alcantara (Naples, 1999); Fernando Félix Lopes, ‘Influência de S. Pedro de Alcântara na espiritualidade portuguesa do seu tempo’, in: Colectânea de estudos II, 227-283; Peter Dyckhoff, Über die Brücke geben. Exerzitien im Alltag nach Petrus von Alcántara (Munich: Don Bosco Verlag, 2001) [cf. Collectanea Franciscana 72 (2002), 407f]; Rafael Sanz Valdivieso, ‘San Pedro de Alcántara. Presbitero francescano, reformador, patrono de Extremadura (1499-1562)’, Nuevo Año cristiano (Madrid: EDIBESA, 2001-2002) X (Octubre), 436-450; Nicola Gori, ‘L’uomo e il mistero della croce in San Pedro de Alcántara’, Frate Francesco 68 (2002), 339-351; Salvador Andrés Ordax, Arte e Iconografía de San Pedro de Alcántara (Ávila: Institución ‘Gran Duca de Alba’ – Excma, 2002); Andrés de Sales Ferri Chulio & Donato Mori, San Pedro de Alcántara en el Arte Europeo (Valencia, 2003); Giovanni Cipriani, ‘Il culto di s. Pietro d'Alcántara nela Toscana di Cosimo III dei Medici’, Bollettino dell'Accademia Euteleti San Miniato 82 (2004), 105-121; Andrés de Sales Ferri Chulio & Donato Mori, Imaginería Europea de San Pedro de Alcántara (Valencia, 2005); Manuel Lázaro Pulido, ‘La ‘Reductio’ en el ‘Tratado de la oración y meditación’, Una presencia bonaventuriana más en san Pedro de Alcántara’, Ars et sapientia 7:19 (2006), 161-178; Manuel Lázaro Pulido, ‘El acceso antropológia a la meditación con Dios en el ‘Tratado de Oración y Meditación’ de san Pedro de Alcántara’, Cauriensia 1 (2006), 237-249; La mistica parola per parola, ed. Luigi Borriello, Maria R. Del Genio & Tomás Spidlík (Milan: Ancora, 2007), 289; Barbara Matrecano, ‘San Pedro de Alcántara, ‘Super plasmum miserere”, Verdad y Vida 67 (2009), 575-609; José Antonio Calvo Gómez, 'El modelo de la santidad de la contrarreforma y la construcción de la nación española. Los interrogatórios para la canonización de San Pedro de Alcántara', Archivo Ibero-Americano 74:279 (2014), 623-673; José Antonio Calvo Gómez, 'La fama de virtud heroica y la fama de gracias y favores en el modelo de la santidad de la contrarreforma española. El primer interrrogatorio sobre la vida y milagros de San Pedro de Alcántara (1499-1562)', Archivo Ibero-Americano 75:280 (2015), 47-108; Alessandra Bartolomei Romagnoli, 'Pietro di Alcántara. Modello vivo della riforma', in: Storia della spiritualità francescana, I: secoli XIII-XVI, ed. M. Bartoli, W. Block & A. Mastromatteo (Bologna: Edizione Dehoniane, 2017), 535-548.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Alfaro (Pedro de Alfaro, fl. c. 1575)

OFMDisc. Spanish friar from the Santiago province. Missionary and provincial minister in the Philippines. Left for China on 20 May 1579 and entered Canton on 19 June of the same year, together with three additional priests and two Franciscan tertiaries. Due to opposition from Portuguese merchants at Macao, Pedro and his Franciscan party of missionaries was exiled on the accusation of espionage. Pedro returned to Manilla but went onwards to Macao the same year, where he established a friary and a church, which he dedicated to Notre Dame of the Angels. From Macao, he tried again to engage in missionary activities on the Chinese mainland. He was apparently rather succesful, but that attracted again opposition from the Portuguese, as a result of which, Pedro had to leave Macao in 1580. He went towards Goa, but his ship sank and Pedro perished.

editions

Several of his letters and small treatises have been edited in AIA 4 (1915), 76-82, 225-240.

Viaje el año de 1579 al gran Reyno de la China, in: Historia de las cosas mas notables, ritos y costumbres del gran Reyno de la China, sabidas assi por los libros de los mesmos Chinos, como por relación de Religiosos y otras personas, que han estado en el dicho Reyno (...) (Rome: Vincentio Accolti, 1585).

literature

P. Augustin de Tordesillas, Viaggio fatto alla Cina dal P. Fr. Pietro Alfaro (…) Dove si vede, come entrassero miracolosamente in quel regno, et si fa mentione di tutte le cose belle et curiose, che notarono in sette mesi che ci stettero, Italian translation (Venise, 1590); Marcellino da Civezza, Saggio di bibliografia sanfrancescana (Prato, 1879), 12, 595; Orbis seraphicus, II: De missionibus (Quaracchi, 1886), 831; Antoine de Sérent, ‘Alfaro (Pedro)’, DHGE II (1914), 406; Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 27; Carlos García-Romeral Pérez, Bio-bibliografía de Viajeros Españoles (siglos XVI-XVII) (Madrid: Ollero & Ramos, 1998), 33 (no. 44).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Almendralejo (Pedro de Almendralejo, fl. 1699)

OFMDisc. Friar of the San Gabriel province.

literature

José Simon Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) V, no. 1217; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografia de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982),  82

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Alva y Astorga (d. 1667)

OFM. Spanish friar. Entered the order in Lima (South America). Became gen. comm. of Peru. From 1654 onwards gen. proctor in Rome and active with the collection of Franciscan privileges in papal bulls. His work on the similitude of Francis with Christ ended on the index. Also critisized for his Mariology.

editions

Indiculus Bullarii Seraphici (Rome, 1655)

Bibliotheca Virginalis Mariae Mare Magnum, 2 Vols. (Madrid, 1648)

Armamentaria Seraphica et Negotium Universale (…) (Madrid, 1649)

Sol Veritatis (Madrid, 1649)

Militia Immaculatae Conceptionis (…) (Louvain, 1663)

Monumenta antiqua Immaculatae Conceptione Sacr. Virg. Mariae, 2 Vols. (Louvain, 1664)

literature

Verdad y Vida, 12 (1954), 2249-272; AIA, 11 (1951), 5-25; 15 (1955), 497-594; H. Holzapfel, Bibliotheca Franciscana de Imm. Conceptione B.M.V. (Quaracchi, 1904).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Alvernia ?

manuscripts

Comm. in Libris de Motibus Animalium: Bologna, Coll. Hisp. S. Clemente 159 [Piana, Antonianum, 17 (1942), 128]

literature

L. Lanza, `Aspetti della ricezione de la `Politica' Aristotelica nel xiii secolo in Pietro di Alvernia', Studi Medievali (1994), 643-694check!

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Anglia (fl. early fourteenth cent.)

Theologian. Magister regens at the Franciscan studium of Paris (1303-06). Between 1309 and 1316 provincial minister of the province Germania Superior. Sided with the conventuals during the poverty struggle at the council of Vienne in 1311, which he attended as a Theology master.

manuscripts

In I Sent.: Ravenna Class. 472 f. 1-33; Vat Lat 1288 f. 198rv [work of Petrus de Baldeswelle?]

Quodlibeta: in MS Rome, BAV, Vat.lat. 932, ff. 175ra-189ra, 189ra-204rb, 204rb-217vb. Cf. the study of Castagnoli below.

literature

AF, 2 (1887), 114-124; AFH, 4 (1911), 681f. & 7 (1914), 659; M. Schmaus, Der Liber propugnatorius des Thomas Anglicus und die Lehrunterschiede zwischen Thomas von Aquin und Duns Scotus, 2 Vols. (Münster, 1930), passim; P. Castagnoli, ‘Le dispute quodlibetali di Pietro d’Anglia, O.F.M’, Divus Thomas 20 (Piacenza, 1931), 413-418; Glorieux, Maîtres, II, 196f; Emden, O., I, 96; Doucet, AFH, 47 (1954), 151; Sharp?

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Aragonia (ca. 1305 (Barcelona?) - 1381 (Pisa))

Son of king Juan II of Aragon. Made count of Ampurias. Active in the politics of the realm. Entered the Franciscan order (1358) after the death of his wife Johanna of Foix, in order to live a life in reclusion. Apocalyptical visions incited him to urge pope Urban V to return to Rome. Later he supported the cause of Urban VI in the papal schism.

editions

De Regimine Principum

Commentarium in I Librum Regum>> same work!

literature

Francisco García Fresca, ‘Descripción del códice ‘Commentarium sive opusculum in I Lib. Reg., de vita moribus et regimine principum’ compuesto por el infante don Pedro de Aragón, hijo del rey don Jaime II’, Revista de archivos, bibliothecas y museos 2 (1872), 250-252; F. Bliemeitzrieder, ‘Die zwei Minoriten Prinz Petrus von Aragonien und Kardinal Bertrand Atgerius zu Beginn des abendländischen Schismas’, AFH 2 (1909), 441-446; F. Valls y Taberber, ‘El tractat ‘De regimine principum’ de l’infant Pere d’Aragón’, Estudios Franciscanos 37 (1926), 271-287, 432-450 & 38 (1926), 107-119; J.M. Pou y Marti, Visionarios, beguinos y fraticelos catalanes. Siglos XIII-XV (Vich: Ed. Seráfica, 1930), 308-397; Peter Segl, ‘Peter von Aragon’, LMA VI, 1927f.; LThK VIII³, 107; I. Jericó Bermejo, ‘Sobre el derecho divino y el humano de los artículos de la fe. La enseñanza de Pedro de Aragón (1584)’,  Estudios Franciscanos 106, 438 (2005), 175-200 [check this article. Seems a bit odd]; Alexandra Beauchamp, ‘De l’action à l’écriture: le ‘De regimine principum’ de l’infant Pierre d’Aragon’, Anuario de Estudios Medievales 35 (2005), 233-270.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Aragona (2) (Pedro de Aragón, d. 1672?)

OFM. Castilian friar.

literature

AIA 29 (1928), 233-234; AIA 15 (1955), 225.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Aquila (Pietro de l'Aquila/de Aquileia/Scotellus/doctor sufficiens, d. 1361)

Taught between 1330 and 1340 at the Univ.of Paris. Provincial of Tuscany in 1334. Chaplain of queen Johanna of Sicilia in 1344. Inquisitor in Tuscany. Bishop of S. Angelo dei Lombardi in Calabria (1347) and Trivento (1348). Predominantly known for his treatise on the sacraments and the precepts, his Sentences commentary [reworking of the Oxoniense of Scotus] and his Compendium Sententiarum [an abbreviation of the Sentences of Peter Lombard]

manuscripts and editions

In I-IV Sent.: a.o. Vat.Lat. 4288; 7322

In IV Sent.: Naples, Naz. VII.D.5 ff. 219ff; Venice, Naz. Marc. Lat. III, 55 (2205)

In III Sent. Naples, Naz. VII.C.24 & VII.D.5 ff. 183-212

In I-IV Sent. are edited in: Fr. Petri de Aquila, OFM, Cognomento Scotelli (…) Comm. in Quatuor Libros Sententiarum Petr. Lomb., ed. C. Paolini, 4 Vols (Levanto, 1907-9). [Also older editions, a.o.: Quaestiones in IV Libros Sent. (Speyer, 1480; Reprint by Minerva, Frankfurt a.M., 1967)]

Compendium in Libros Sententiarum: Franciscan Institute Library St. Bonaventure NY 107; Cambridge Corp. Christi 518 f. 1-43 (Stegm n. 984) [?]check!

De Sacramentis & De Decem Preceptis:?

Expositio Libri Ethicorum Aristotelis:?

literature

Stegmüller, RS, 653; M. Bernards, ‘Zu dem Schrifttum des Petrus von Aquila OFM (d. 1361)’, Franziskanische Studien,35 (1953), 113-115 [on his sacrament and precept treatise]; S. Schmitt, ‘Des Petrus von Aquila Compendium supra librum Sententiarum aufgefunden’, Recherches de théologie ancienne et médiévale 17 (1950), 267-282; Doucet, AFH, 47 (1954), 151-2; Franciscan Studies, 13 (1953); A. Chiappini, Misc. Francesc., 61 (1961), 283-310; Cenci, Napoli,>>; Mariano d'Alatri, ‘L'inquisizione a Firenze negli anni 1344/46 da un'istruttoria contro Pietro da L'Aquila (1964)’, in: Idem, Eretici e inquisitori in Italia, Studi e documenti, Bibliotheca seraphico-capuccina, 31, 2 Vols. (Rome, 1986) II, 41-68; Etzkorn, IVF, 116; Tomasz Pawlikowski, ‘Piotr z Aquila (Piotr z Tornimparte, Petrus de Aquila, Aquilanua, Scotellus, zw. Doctor sufficiens)’, Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii 8 (2007), 220-221; Marta Vittorini, ‘La teoria delle idee di Pietro d’Aquila ed i suoi fondamenti ontologici’, in: Giovanni Duns Scoto : studi e ricerche nel VII centenario della sua morte (Rome: Antonianum, 2008) II, 213-255; Fabrizio Amerini, ‘Contingenza, volontà e libertà in Pietro d'Aquila’, in: Contingenza e libertà: teorie francescane del primo Trecento: atti del convegno internazionale, Macerata, 12-13 dicembre 2008, ed. Guido Alinney et al. (Macerata, 2012), 239-268.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Atarrabia (Petrus de Navarra/d. 1347) doctor fundatus

Spanish friar from Aragon, theologian

manuscripts

In I Sent.: a.o.Vat.Lat. 5365 & 897; Oxford Magdalen 90

editions

Petri de Aterrabia sive de Navarra O.F.M. In Primum Librum Sententiarum, ed. P.A. Sagües (Madrid, 1974)

Scriptum in I Sent., ed. P. Azcona, 2 vols (Madrid, 1974) [how can this be? Check];

literature

Stegmüller, RS, n. 655; P.A. Sagües Azcona, ‘Un escotista desconocido. El Maestro Pedro de Navarra OFM (d. 1347) y el Prologo de su Comentario sobre las Sentencias’, Verdad y Vida 24 (1966), 351-434; P.A. Sagües, El maestro Pedro de Navarre O.F.M. (d. 1347) `Doctor fundatus' y su Commentario sobre el libro I de las Sentencias (Madrid, 1966); P. Sagüés, ‘Fr. Pedro de Atarrabia, OFM, y Jaime II de Aragón (1317-1320)’, Archivo Ibero-Americano 2nd Ser. 27 (1967), 451-460; P. Sagüés, ‘Una nueva obra del maestro Pedro de Navarra’, Verdad y Vida 28 (1970), 105-107; Isaac Vázquez, ‘El ‘doctor fundatus’ Pedro de Atarrabia. Nuevos estudios sobre la escolástica’, Antonianum 49 (1974), 533-546; Bernardo Aperribay, ‘In primum Sententiarum scriptum de Pedro de Atarrabía’, Verdad y Vida 32 (1974), 389-400; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 153 (no. 607);  Etzkorn, IVF, 187-188; Annuario de Historia de la Iglesia, 4 (Pamplona, 1995), 491-498; Ana Azanza, ‘La polémica de Pedro de Atarrabia (m. 1347) con Pedro Aureolo (m. 1322) sobre la intuición del no-existente’, Revista española de filosofía medieval 2 (1995), 71-78; Ana Azanza Elío, El conocimiento de Dios según Pedro de Atarrabia (Pamplona, Ediciones EUNSA, 1997).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Bononia (Pietro di Bologna, ca. 1260-1332)

Franciscan bishop of Corbavia>>>

literature

Michael Robson, `Peter of Bologna (c. 1260-1332) Franciscan bishop of Corbavia', Collectanea Franciscana 63:1-2 (1993), 5-35

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Cabrera (Pedro de Cabrera, fl. early 17th cent.)

OFM. Preacher in the Granada province around 1626.

literature

AIA 28 (1968), 461; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) VII, nos. 219-220; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 97 (no. 188).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Cáceres (Pedro de Cáceres, fl. c. 1554)

Born in Villalón, Palencia (Castille). Friar in the convent of Jaén. Travelled to New Spain in 1551 or 1554. Preacher and guardian of the Querétaro, and later in Mexico, where he died. He wrote an orthography of the Otomí language.

manuscripts

En nombre del S. Comiença una cartecilla de la lengua otomí cogida de las migajas de los padres beneméritos della y del cornadillo offrecido por el menor de los menores a glori y alabança de nro. Señor Jhu. Xpo., y de la sagrada Virgen su santíssima madre, y utilidad desta pobre gente: MS Biblioteca de Universidad de Méjico>>

editions

Arte de la Lengua Othomi por Pedro de Carceres, del orden de San Franciscano (siglo XVI), ed. Nicolás Leon (1907). This edition based on the edition published in 1580.

literature

Manuel Castro y Castro, ‘Lenguas indigenas americanas (…)’, in: Actas del II Congreso Internacional sobre los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVI). La Rábida, 21-26 de septiembre de 1987 (Madrid, 1988), 528; Alonso Guerrero Galván, ‘La ortografía otomi de fray Pedro de Cárcere’, Dimensión Antropológia 14:40 (May-August 2007), 91-135

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Baldeswell (fl. c. 1300)

English friar. Studied at Oxford and became there regent master of theology ca. 1301 (30th lector of theology at the Franciscan studium, succeeding Philip of Bridlington). Baldeswell’s Sentences commentary has not survived, yet some positions from his commentary on Books I and II of the Sentences are sometimes cited in the Sentences Commentary of William of Ware (MS Florence Laurentiana Plut. 33 dext. 1 ff. 14v, 23v, 54v, 57r, 59r, 60r, 61r, 61v, 67r, 76r, 76v, 94v. On f. 94v is also found a short text ascribed to Peter of Baldeswell on the way in which the sacraments provide the soul with a precondition to receive grace. Marginal notes alongside the text of William’s Sentences commentary (f. 14v, & 59r) allude to another quaternus of Peter, in which he would have refuted (in a Thomist fashion) some positions of William of Ware). Peter of Baldeswell is also cited in a commentary on all books of the Sentences found in MS Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College MS 300 (attributed to William of Nottingham by E. Longpré). The citation shows that Peter, influenced by Richard of Mediavilla, rejected the formal distinction.

literature

A.G. Little, The Grey Friars in Oxford (Oxford, 1892), 163; A.G. Little, ‘The Franciscan School at Oxford in the 13th. Century’, AFH 21 (1928), 863; É. Longpré, ‘Le commentaire sur les Sentences de Guillaume de Nottingham O.F.M.’, AFH 22 (1929), 232-233; Ludger Meier, ‘Wilhelm von Nottingham (d. 1336), ein Zeuge für die Entwicklung der Distinctio Formalis in der Universität Oxford’, in: Philosophia Perennis. Festgabe Josef Geyser zum 60. Geburtstag, I: Abhandlungen über die Geschichte der Philosophie (Regensburg, 1930), 255ff.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Betanzo (Pedo Alonso de Betanzos, d. c. 1570)

Spanish friar from the Santiago province. Traveled to New Spain in 1539 in the company of six friars. Moved onwards to Guatemala in 1542, in an expedition initiated by Toribio Motolinia. Missionary in Guatemala and Costa Rica. Custos of the Guatemala communities in 1555. Traveled to Costa Rica by 1560, where he prepared the creation of the S. Jorge de Nicaragua province. He died on 20 June 1570 in Chómez (Nicaragua). Renowned linguist.

editions

Cartas (missionary letters pertaining to his work and inquisitorial issues in Guatemala and Costa Rica. See: AIA 5 (1916), 370-385 & 21 (1924), 243-248.

Cartilla de oraciones en lengua guatemalteca-Vocabulario en lengua guatemalteca-Arte en lengua guatemalteca-Doctrina cristiana en lengua guatemalteca (Mexico, 1556). Cf. AIA 48 (1988), 542-543; Manuel de Castro y Castro, Bibliografía hispano franciscana (Santiago, 1994), nn. 6409-6410. Not known whether copies of this text still survive.

Doctrina Christiana en lengua Guamalteca: Ordenada por el Reverendissimo Señor Don Francisco Marroquin primer Obispo de Guatemala, y del Consejo de su Magestad (...) Con parecer de los interpretes, de las Religiones del Señor Santo Domingo, y S. Francisco: Fray Juan de Torres y Fray Pedro de Betanzos (Mexico, 1556/Guatemala, 1724 etc.). This collaborative work by the Dominican Juan de Torres and Pedro de Betanzos has been discussed by Vazquez (II, 173-174) and by Eleanor B. Adams (see below, p. 19, note 17).

Arte en lengua de Guatemala Unpublished? Mentioned in Vázques I, 124-128.

Un copiosísimo vocabulario (...) de que hay algunas copias, que son el Calepino de los Ministros. Mentioned in Vázques I, 127.

literature

Daniel Sánchez, ‘Carta de Fr. Pedro de Betanzos al rey Flipe II’, AIA 5 (1916), 365-386; Francisco Vázques, Crónica de la Provincia del Santísimo Nombre de Jesús de Guatemala, 2nd ed., ed. Lázaro Lamadrid, 4 Vols. (Guatemala, 1937-1944) I, 124-128, II, 171-174; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 18-19; Cipriano Muñoz y Manzano, conde de la Viñaza & Carmelo Sáenz de Santa Maria, Bibliografia Española de Lenguas Indigenas de America (Madrid, 1892/Reprint Madrid: Ediciones Atlas, 1977), 139-140, 246; Manuel de Castro y Castro, ‘Lenguas indigenas americanas transmitidas por los Franciscanos del siglo XVI’, in: Actas del II Congreso Internacional sobre los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVI) (Madrid: DEIMOS, 1988), 542-543; Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 56.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Bonageta (second half 14th cent.)

Aragonese author? See: LThK, VIII (1963), 352.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Candia (Petrus Philargis, Philaretus, Alexander V Papa/1340-1410, Bologna)

Friar from Candia (Crete, then under Venetian control). Joined the order at the age of seventeen. Studied at the Padua studium (lectorate) and went to England for his first degree studied: Bacc. in theology in Oxford ca. 1370. Thereafter, he taught in several Franciscan studia in Russia, Bohemia and Poland, before he was sent to Paris, where he lectured on the Sentences as Bacc. Sententiarum (1378-80). Licenced and made master of theology in 1381 [CHUP III, 302, 359; Paris BN Lat. 5657-A, f. 9v]. By 1385, Peter had returned to Northern Italy, where he became a close advisor of the duke of Milan (Gian Galeazzo Visconti). Fulfilled several episcopal charges between 1386-1389 (bishop of Vicenza in 1388, of Novara in 1389, and archbishop of Milan in 1402 [BF VII, 744]. Made cardinal in 1405 by pope Innocent VII. Appointed papal legate in Lombardy. Elected pope in 1409 at the council of Pisa (when the rival popes Gregory XII and Benedict XIII stepped dow), taking the name Alexander V. The next year, he died at Bologna on 3 May 1410 under suspicious circumstances (in the palace of cardinal Cossa, who succeeded him on the papal throne)  He left a Sentences Commentary and other theological works, as well as sermons and the Prosae seu Poemata. He also would have compiled an Apocalypse Commentary.

manuscripts

Prosae seu Poemata: W. Lampen, AFH, 33 (1930), 172-182.

In II & III Sent. & Quodl.: Padua, Univ. 921 (sec. xv) ff.?

In I-IV Sent: Padua, Anton. 132 & 163; Reims, Bibl. Municip. 2105 (an. 1393); Lüneburg, Ratsbücherei, Theol. 2° 43; Brussels, Bibl. Royale 3699-3700; Naples, Naz. XIV.D.5; Vat.Lat. 9826; Göttingen, Bibl. Univ. Cod. Theol. 128 [?] (see also Stegmüller! And Doucet)

In I Sent.: Padua Ant. 162; Padua Univ. 921 ff. 1r-94r; Naples, Naz. VII.C.26; Madrid, nac., 69 (14th cent.) [Castro, Madrid, no. 5]

Termini Theologici: Naples, Naz. VIII.F.10 ff. 128r-132v

De Divinis Nominibus: Bologna, Coll. Hisp. S. Clemente 47 ff. 361r-366v; Cusa, Hospital, Lat. 195.

De Immaculata Conceptione: see Emden & Piana

Officium Visitationis B.M. Virginis: Madrid, Nac. 873 ff. 280-288 [Castro, Madrid, n. 53]

In Apocalypsim: cf. Stegmüller, Rep. Bibl. IV, 248.

Sermones:

For more information see the new Peter of Candia Website at http://www.ucy.ac.cy/isa/Candia/index.htm

editions

In I Sent., Q. 6, art. 2, edited in Chris Schabel, "Peter of Candia and the Prelude to the Quarrel at

Louvain," in: Epeterida tou Kentrou Epistimonikon Erevnon, 24 (Nicosia, 1998), 87-124.

Prologus super Libros Sententiarum, ed. Stephen W. Brown, in: Idem, ‘Peter of Candia on believing and knowing’, Franciscan Studies 54 (1994-1997), 251-276.

De Divinis Nominibus, edited as as a work of Francis of Meyronnes, see Roth, I, c. 125.

De Obligationibus, ed. (in prep.) St. Brown

De Consequentiis, edited in: Mario Bertagna, ‘Peter of Candia’s Treatise On Consequences’’, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 19 (2008), 619-675.

For more information see the new Peter of Candia Website at http://www.ucy.ac.cy/isa/Candia/index.htm

literature

A. Clerval, ‘Alexandre V’, DHGE II, 216-218; Stegmüller, RS, n. 667; F. Ehrle, Der Sentenzenkommentar Peters von Candia, Franz. Stud., Suppl. IX (Münster in Westf., 1925); W. Lampen, ‘Prosae seu Poemata Petri de Candia O.F.M.’, AFH, 23 (1930), 172-182; Doucet, AFH, 47 (1954), 153-4; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 6443-6444; A. Emden, C. Piana et. al. (?), Tractatus Quattuor de Immaculata Conceptione B.M.V., Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica, 16 (Quaracchi, 1954), 235-259; Cenci, Napoli, ; St.F.Brown, in: Studies Honoring Ignatius Charles Brady (…), ed. R.S. Almagno & C.L. Harkins (New York, 1976) [on his sermons on Lombard]; St.F. Brown, in: Medieval Philosophy and Theology, 1 (1991), 156-190; Thomas E. Morrissey, ‘Peter of Candia at Padua and Venice in March 1406’, in: Reform and Renewal, 155-173; Basilio Randazzo, ‘Società e immaginario tipologico nei sermoni vari di Matteo’, in: Francescanesimo e civiltà siciliana nel Quattrocento, 153-162.; Christopher Schabel, ‘Peter of Candia’, in: A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages, ed. Jorge J.E. Gracia & Timothy B. Noone, Blackwell Companions to Philosophy, 24 (Oxford: Blackwell, 2003), 506-507; Severin Valentinov Kitanov, ‘Peter of Candia on Beatific enjoyment: Can one enjoy the Divine Persons separately from the Divine Essence?’, Mediaevalia Philosophica Polonorum 35:1 (2006), 143-166; Stephen F. Brown, ‘Peter of Candia's portrait of late thirteenth-century problems concerning faith and reason in Book I of the ‘Sentences’’, in: ‘Laudemus viros gloriosos'. Essays in Honor of Armand Maurer, CS, ed. R. E. Houser (Notre Dame IN: U. of Notre Dame Press, 2007), 254-282; Stephen F. Brown, ‘Aristotle's View on the Eternity of the World according to Peter of Candia’, in: Divine Creation in Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Thought. Essays Presented to the Rev'd Dr Robert D. Crouse, ed. Michael Treschow, Willemien Otten and Walter Hannam (Leiden: Brill, 2007), 371-404; Severin Kitanov, ‘Peter of Candia on Demonstrating that God is the Sole Object of Beatific Enjoyment’, Franciscan Studies 67 (2009), 427-490 [with critical edition on pp. 451-489]; William J. Courtenay, ‘Theological Bachelors at Paris on the Eve of the Papal Schism. The Academic Environment of Peter of Candia', in: Philosophy and theology in the Long Middle Ages: a tribute to Stephen F. Brown ed. Kent Emery Jr. et al. (Leiden: Brill, 2011), 921-952; Christopher Schabel, ‘Peter of Candia‘, in: Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy. Philosophy between 500 and 1500 (Dordrecht, 2011), 959-961; Stephen F. Brown, ‘Peter of Candia and his Use of John Duns Scotus‘, in: La réception de Duns Scot/Die Rezeption des Duns Scotus/Scotism through the Centuries: Proceeding of "The Quadruple Congress" on John Duns Scotus, 4, ed. Mechtild Dreyer, Edouard Mehl & Matthias Vollet (Münster-St. Bonaventure, NY: Aschendorff Verlag-Franciscan Institute Publications, 2013), 75-91.

With thanks to Prof.dr. Chris Schabel

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Cardenas (Pedro de Cárdenas, d. 1666)

Friar from Guatemala, born in the town of Guatemala. He took the habit in his home town. In 1654, he was provincial definitor. Known for his knowledge of indigenous languages. According to Vázquez, he wrote various pastoral works for local people (Varios libros doctrinales, en lengues de los indios), as well as Spanish sermons. Nothing more seems to be known about these works.

literature

Francisco Vázquez, Crónica de la Provincia del Santísimo Nombre de Jesús de Guatemala, 2nd. Ed., Biblioteca Goathemala, 14-17, 4 Vols. (Guatemala, 1937-1944) III, 315; Eleanor B. Adams, A Bio-bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America (Washingthon D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 22; Manuel Castro y Castro, ‘Lenguas indigenas transmitidas por los Franciscanos del S. XVII’, in: Los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVII), La Rábida, 18-23 septiembre de 1989 (Madrid: Editorial Deimos, 1992), 458-459.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Cascaleo (Pedro de Cascales, fl. c. 1550)

OFM. Friar in the Castilian province.

literature

José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) VII, nos. 6148-6149; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 99 (no. 209).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Castaneda (Pedro de Castañeda, fl. late 16th cent.)

OFM. Active in Mexico in 1597.

literature

José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) VII, no. 6191 ; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 100 (no. 210).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Castillo (Pedro del Castillo, d. 1577)

Born in the valley of Gurienzo (Santander). Became friar in the convent of Almazán (Conception province). Went to Mexico in 1534, where he eventually learned Mexican and Otomí, and became an active propagator of these languages among Franciscan missionaries and teachers. He died in the convent of San José in Mexico. He left behind a Vocabulario de la lengua otomí (unedited?)

literature

Beristain II, 82; Castro, MH 2 (1945), 296 [?]

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Castravol (Pedro de Castrovol, d. after 1491)

OFM. Friar from Léon (?). Provincial of the Aragon province between 1489-1490.

literature/editions

Tractatus super symbolum Athanasii "Quicumque vult" (Pamplona, 1489/Pamplona: Arnaldus Guillermus de Brocario, ca. 1499) [for other editions, see Haebler] A digital version available at https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=ucm.5316854455

Commentum super libros politicorum et oeconomicorum Aristotelis (Pamplona: Arnaldus Guillermus de Brocario, 8 junio, 1496). Digital version available at https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=ucm.5316854446

For these and other scholarly writings: see the studies of Vicente Muñoz Delgado, Ángel D'Ors, and Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe.

literature

Wadding; Sbaralea; C. Haebler, Bibliografia Ibérica del Siglo XV (Leipzig, 1904), n. 127-135; DThCat II, 1837; Vicente Muñoz Delgado, ‘La ‘Logica’ (1490) de Pedro de Castrovol’, Antonianum 48 (1973), 169-208; Ángel D'Ors, 'La doctrina de las proposiciones hipoteticas en la logica de Pedro de Castrovol', Antonianum 60 (1985), 120-159; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 102 (no. 226); Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe, ‘Pedro de Castrovol: vida y obra’, in: Los Franciscanos Conventuales en España: actas del II congreso internacional sobre el Franciscanismo en la Península Ibérica Barcelona, 30 de marzo – 1 de abril de 2005, ed. Gonzalo Fernández-Gallardo Jiménezz (Barcelona: Franciscanos Conventuales, 2006), 735-753.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Calatayud (Pedro de Calatayud/Pedro Trigoso, d. 1593)

Former Jesuit and OFMCap. Spanish friar. Born in Calatayud (Saragossa) in 1533. Studied in Salamanca and at the university of Alcalá. He joined the Jesuits at the age of 23 and, after completing his studies under Laínez, he taught and became active as preacher and confessor. In 1570, he was asked by Francisco de Borja to establish a Jesuit house in Amberes, where Pedro remained until 1577, when he returned to Spain. In 1580, he traveled to Italy, where he took refuge in the Loreto sanctuary and decided to become a Capuchin. As a Capuchin, he embarked on preaching tours in the Ascoli-Picena region, and in Ancona he founded an orphanage. He also immersed himself in the study of Bonaventure, and in 1584 his Capuchin order superiors appointed him as lector at the Capuchin studium generale of Bologna. He became so well-known as a Bonaventure specialist, that pope Sixtus V involved him with preparing the declaration of Bonaventure as doctor of the Church. In 1589, Pedro moved to Naples, where he continued to teach and to preach, and where he again helped create an orphanage (the Real Reclusorio for Spanish girls). In 1593, he participated in the Capuchin general chapter, held in Rome. He died in Naples on July 20, 1593. During his Capuchin teaching career, he worked towards the creation of a systematic summa of Bonaventurean theology, based on Bonaventure's Sentences commentary and conceived in four parts and eight volumes. Only the first of these was published. Among his more well-known pupils were Giusto Bonafede and Michele da Napoli (who continued his work on the summa, completing seven volumes, which were lost in the 19th century).

editions

Sancti Bonaventurae ex Ordine Minorum s.r.e. episc. card. Albanen. eximii ecclesiae doctoris Summa theologica: quam ex eius in Magistrum Sententiarum scriptis accurate collegit, & in hunc ordinem redegit, copiosisq[ue] commentariis illustravit (Rome: Ex typographia Vaticana, 1593/Venice: Apud Haeredes Gulielmi Rouillij, 1616). The 1616 edition is accessible via Google Books.

literature

Melchior de Pobladura, ‘El P. Pedro Trigoso de Calatayud’, Collectanea Franciscana 5 (1935); Colman J. Majchrzak, A Brief History of Bonaventurianism (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1957), 47ff; Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon XII, 484-486; Christopher M. Cullen, Bonaventure (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), >>

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Castro (Pedro de Castro, d. ca. 1740)

Friar from Guatemala. He took the habit in the Guatemala friary. Active as a preacher in the early eighteenth century.

manuscripts

Sermones de Mistérios de Santos y de Tempore (manuscript with 110 sermons?).

editions

Rosario del Patriarcha Señor San Joseph (Mexico, 1723/1777).

literature

Eleanor B. Adams, A Bio-bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America (Washingthon D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 23.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Cheriaco (first half 15th century)

Bacc. Bibliae in Paris in September 1428. The Theology Faculty obliged him to retract certain theological statements, the nature of which is unclear [CHUP IV 478 no. 2314; 479 no. 2316]. He was excommunicated by his provincial in 1446, but later he received absolution by papal bull [BF n.s. II no. 1221]. Peter supported the part of Charles VII and apparently was chaplain and confessor of the Lord of Gaucourt. The latter commended Peter to Nicholas V as a most loyal subject of the French King.

Manuscripts

Principium Bibliae: Assisi, Bibl. Conv.>>? [check!]

literature

Sbaralea, Suppl., II, 335, 342; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 280 no. 6541; J.Chr. Murphy, A History of the Franciscan Studium Generale at the University of Paris in the Fifteenth Century, Diss. U. of Notre Dame (Notre Dame Ind., 1965), 241-242.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Colle (fl. ca. 1450)

Friar from the Strasbourg province. Was made bacc. sententiarum by the authority of the Council of Basel, where he defended conciliarist positions. He requested the University of Paris to bestow upon him the magisterium. The university granted this request in 1439 [CHUP IV 573 no. 2468; Paris BN Lat. 5657a f. 18v.]. His sermon collections have been erroneously ascribed to the Dominican Petrus de Palude.

editions

Sermones [see Zawart, 330]

Thesauri Novi Quadragesimales/Sermones quadragesimales thesauri novi (Strasbourg, 1485/1487/1488/1491/1493 & 1497/Neurenberg, 1496)

Thesauri Novi de Sanctis/Sermones de santis thesauri novi (Strasbourg, 1484/1485 & 1497/Basel, 1496). These date from after 1439, as they include four sermons on the conception of the Virgin that support the immaculist positions in the wake of decrees issued at the Council of Basel.

Thesauri Novi de Tempore/Sermones de tempore thesauri novi (Strasbourg, 1483/1484/1486/1487/1488/1491/1493/1497/Basel, 1485/Neurenberg, 1487 & 1496)

Two of these collections were also printed together as: Petrus de Pallude, Sermones thesauri novi de tempore et de sanctis (Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1487).

De Auctoritate concilii>> [attributed by Wadding and Trithemius]

Quaestiones Notabiles in Magistrum Sententiarum>> [attributed by Wadding and Trithemius]

literature

Wadding, Annales XI, 126; Wadding, Scriptores 187; Trithemius, Liber de Scriptoribus Ecclesiasticis (Basel, 1494) f. 112r; Gonzaga, De Origine Seraph. Rel., 87; J. Haller, Concilium Basiliense III, 6; Zawart, 330; J.Chr. Murphy, A History of the Franciscan Studium Generale at the University of Paris in the Fifteenth Century, Diss. U. of Notre Dame (Notre Dame Ind., 1965), 242; L. Mees, 'Petrus a Colle auteur des Sermones thesauri novi?', Archivum Franciscanum historicum 79 (1986), 516-518; Pietro Delcorno, In the Mirror of the Prodigal Son: The Pastoral Uses of a Biblical Narrative (ca. 1200-1550), PhD Thesis Radboud University (Nijmegen: Bookbuilders, 2015), 213-217.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Conceptione Urtiaga (Pedro de Concepción Urtiaga/Pedro Miguel de la Concepción/Urtiaga Salazary Parra, fl. c. 1700)

OFM. Friar in Mexico. Native of Querétaro. Worked under the Franciscan missionaries Antonio Margil and Melchor López among the Lacandón Indians and in the Talamanca region. Also known as one of the founders of the Colegio de Guadelupe (Zacatecas). To obtain permission for its foundation, Pedro traveled to Spain in 1703. While in Spain, he was appointed bishop of Puerto Rico.

editions

Diario del viaje de los cinco misioneros desde Querétaro hasta Guatemala año 1694.

Práctica del santo ejercicio de la Via Sacra, Reprint (Guatemala, 1802). See: J.T. Medina, La Imprenta en Guatemala (Santiago de Chile, 1910), 415, 426.

Funeral panegyrico de la exemplar vida, y dichosa muerte del V.P. Fr. Melchor Lopez de Iesus, Predicador del Colegio de Missioneros de la Santa Cruz de Queretaro, hijo de la Santa Provincia de Castilla del Orden de N.P.S. Francisco, que floreció en los Reynos de Guatemala, y Nueva España (Mexico, 1700). See: J.T. Medina, La Imprenta en Mexico, 4 Vols. (Santiago de Chile, 1907-1912) III, 227-228.

Vida del Ven. P. Fr. Antonio Linaz, Misionero del Orden de S. Francisco?

La ignorancia mas sabia decifrada. En el Corazon flechado del Gran Doctor de la Iglesia, y esclarecido Patriarcha San Augustin Obispo de Hippona Sermon panegirico, Que en la Yglesia de su Convento el Real desta Imperial Corte Mexicana, predicó el dia 28 de Agosto del año de 1710 (Mexico, 1710). See: J.T. Medina, La Imprenta en Mexico, 4 Vols. (Santiago de Chile, 1907-1912) III, 432.

Sermón de los Dolores de la Virgen María predicado en la iglesia parroquial de S. Martín de Sevilla (Sevilla, 1705). See: J.T. Medina, Biblioteca Hispano-Americana, 7 Vols. (Santiago de Chile, 1898-1907) IV, 43.

Piedra philosophal, que convierte en oro sus yerros Nuestro Sanctissimo Padre Sr. San Pedro Principe de los Apostoles. Oracion panegyrica y evangelica, que el dia de su Festividad en la Sancta Yglesia Cathedral Metropolitana de Mexico predicó (Mexico, 1709). See: J.T. Medina, La Imprenta en Mexico, 4 Vols. (Santiago de Chile, 1907-1912) III, 411.

Medalla de oro o dispertador cristiano (Madrid, 1706/3rd. ed. Mexico, 1732). See: Medina, Biblioteca Hispano-Americana, 7 Vols. (Santiago de Chile, 1898-1907) IV, 50 & Idem, La Imprenta en Mexico, 4 Vols. (Santiago de Chile, 1907-1912) IV, 356-357.

literature

AIA 21 (1924), 208-209; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 80-81; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 187 (no. 846).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Contreras (Pedro de Contreras Gallardo, fl. first half 17th cent.

Franciscan friar of the Santo Evangelio province in Mexico. Preacher and guardian in the Concepción de Nra. Señora friary.

editions

Manual de administrar los sanctos sacramentos a los españoles y naturales desta Nueva España, conforme a la reforma de Paulo V. Pont. Max. Ordenado por el P. Fr. Pedro de Contreras Gallardo, predicador y guardian del convento de la Concepción de Nra. Señora de Thecan (Mexico: Juan Ruiz, 1638).

literature

Beristain II, 141; Manuel Castro y Castro, ‘Lenguas indigenas transmitidas por los Franciscanos del S. XVII’, in: Los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVII), La Rábida, 18-23 septiembre de 1989 (Madrid: Editorial Deimos, 1992), 442-443.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Corbario

Confessio et Abiuratio (…): Berlin, Hamilton, 33 f. 136v (15th cent.)

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Cornibus (Pierre de Cornibus, d. 1549)

Born in Beaune (Autun diocese). Obtained the licence of theology in February 1524 and the doctorate in June of the same year. Known preacher and anti-Protestant polemicist, as well as adversary of biblical humanism. In collaboration with the guardian of the Grand Couvent de Paris, he asked the theology faculty of Paris on 16 July 1530 to pronounce a verdict on a preacher he thought to be heretical in matters of the eucharist. In 1531 he preached the funeral sermon for Alberto Pio and also preached at other important public occasions. He made an impression on the first Parisian Jesuits, several of whom became his friends. Late 1533, Pierre de Cornibus was among the theology doctors asked to inform the French king on matters of Lutheran heresy.

literature

Farge, Bibliographical Register no. 115; Farge, Orthodoxy and Reform, 50, 158, 198, 266.Robert Sauzet, Mendiants et réformes. Les réguliers mendiants acteurs du changement religieux dans le royaume de France (1480-1560) (Tours: Publications e l’Université de Tours, 1994), 71-72.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Cornumeda

editions

Sententia Libri Ethicorum, ed. (in prep.) R. Lambertini

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Cruce (Pedro da Cruz, fl. late fifteenth cent.)

OFMConv. Portuguese friar. Long career as teacher in the order at different levels in the school system (witness his publications). Regent at the Studium Generale of Venice (1466) and Milan (1491). In 1492 found in the Genua convent. Also active as anti-Observant polemist.

editions

Revision of the Commentum Joannis de Monte super Summulis Petri Hispani (ed. Venice, 1500 & venice, 1526).

Quaestio de Ratione Subiecti Primi Scientie secundum Johannem Scotum an ad Entia Rationis Extendatur (Venice, 1500)

Praeclarissimum opus Antimorica vocatum adversus Minoricam Fratrum dictorum de Observantia noviter editum (Venice, 1505). This is a sequel to the Minorica ellucidativa rationalis separationis Fratrum Minorum de Observantia ab aliis Fratribus Ordinis (Paris, 1499).

literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 357-358; L. Oliger, ‘De relatione inter Observantium querimonias Constantienses (…)’, AFH 9 (1916), 12-17; A. Bertoni, Le Bx. J. Duns Scot. Sa vie, sa doctrine, ses disciples (Levanto, 1917), 479; F.L. Lopes, ‘Franciscanos portugueses predentinos. Escritores, mestres e leitores’, Repertorio de Historia de las Ciencias Eclesiasticas en España 7 (Siglos III-XVI) (Salamanca, 1979), 493-494.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Espinareda (Pedro de Espinareda, d. 1586)

Probably born in Espinareda de Ancares (León). Friar of the province of Santiago. In 1552 he departed for the Franciscan province of Santo Evangelio in Mexico, where he was active in Zacatecas. In 1562, he became involved with the building of a new town (Nombre de Dios), where he constructed a convent. Died in Zacatecas

manuscripts

Arte y vocabulario en idioma de los zacatecas: MS in Archivo de la Villa de Nombre de Dios?? [cf. Arlegui]

Literature

Castro Seoane, ‘Aviamiento (…)’, MH 14 (1957), 44; José Arlegui OFM, Crónica de la provincia de N.S.P.S. Francisco, de Zacatecas (Mexico, 1851), 249-253; Torquemada III, 341, 344, 501; P. Beaumont OFM, Crónica III, 177, 396-398; AIA 18 (1922), 350.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Falco (late thirteenth century)

His Franciscan identity is not fully secured. Some (including Glorieux) posit him as a regent master in Paris between ca. 1279/1281 or 1280/82. But that seems erroneous, just as previous identifications of Peter with William of Falegar. See the remarks in the 2010 study of Courtenay. Peter of Falco’s own regency (if at all within the Franciscan order), probably should be positioned after the regency of Richard of Mediavilla (which took place between 1284-1287). later he is found as provincial minister of Aquitaine and also as lector of the Roman curia [check Sylvain Piron!]. Whatever Petrus de Falco’s order allegiance during his Parisian years. He uses a Bonaventurian vocabulary yet also seems at times to echo elements from Henry of Ghent. Peter’s Sentences commentary did not survive in full. Several excerpts, among which those made by Petrus Reginaldetus (MS Vat. Lat. 9343), have survived, as well as several of his Quodlibeta and Quaestiones Disputatae.

manuscripts

In I-IV Sent.:>> Rome, BAV Ros. 252 & Arras, Bibl. mun. 543 [check Gondras, 1962]; Roma BAV 9343 [excerpts by Petrus Reginaldetus

Quaestiones Disputatae: Harvard Ms. Lat. 265 (see the article of Courtenay (2010) for more information).

editions

Quaestiones Disputatae de Quolibet, ed. A.-J. Gondras, AHDLM 33 (1966), 105-236.

Quaestiones Disputatae ordinariae, ed. A.-J. Gondras, 3 vols. Mediaev. Namurc 22-24 (Louvain-Paris, 1968); R. Prentice, `An Anonymous Question on the Unity of the Concept of Being', Studi e Testi Francescani (Rome, 1974), 28-87.

literature

LThK³ VIII, 123; LMA VI, 1974; Glorieux, Maîtres, II. N. 321; A. Heysse, `Fr. Pierre de Falco ne peut être identifié avec Guillaume de Falegar, OFM', AFH, 33 (1940), 241-267; A. Théry, ‘De vita et operibus Petri de Falco’, Sophia 18 (1940), 28-45; A.-J. Gondras, ‘Pierre de Falco est-il l’auteur du commentaire sur les Sentences des MSS Vat.Ros. 252 et Arras, Bibl. mun. 543?’, Études Franciscaines, 12 (1962), 178-184; Idem, ‘Sur un commentaire des Sentences attribué à Pierre de Falco’, Bulletin de la Société internationale pour l’étude de la philosophie médiévale 4 (1962), 137-138; A.-J. Gondras, ‘La notion d'‘esse’ chez Pierre de Falco’, in: Die Metaphysik im Mittelalter. Ihre Ursprung und ihre Bedeutung. Vorträge des II. internationalen Kongesses für mittelalterliche Philosophie (Berlin, 1963), 558-562; A.-J. Gondras, ‘Problèmes de la temporalité de la nature selon la doctrine de Pierre de Falco’, in: La filosofia della natura nel Medioevo, III Congresso internazionale di filosofia medioevale (Milan, 1966), 379-385; A.-J. Gondras, ‘La matière selon Pierre de Falco’, in: De doctrina Ioannis Duns Scoti. Acta Congressus Scotistici Internationalis Oxonii et Edinburgi 11-17 sept. 1966 celebrati (Rome, 1968) I, 297-308; A.-J. Gondras, ‘les aspects fondamentaux de la pensée de Pierre de Falco’, AHDLMA 38 (1971), 35-103; C. Bérubé, in: Collectanea Franciscana, 41 (1971), 148-171; A. Speer, `Petrus von Falco', Lexikon des Mittelalters, VI (1993), 1974; O. Boulnois, in: AHDLMA, 60 (1993), 293-331; Sylvain Piron, ‘Franciscan Quodlibeta in Southern Studia and at Paris, 1280-1300’, in: Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages. The Thirteenth Century, ed. Chris Schabel (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2006), 403-438 (esp. 420-421); Tomasz Pawlikowski, ‘Piotr z Falco’, in: Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii VIII (2007), 222-223; William J. Courtenay, ‘A New Witness to a Disputed Question of Petrus de Falco, OMin.: Harvard Ms. Lat. 265’, AFH 103:3-4 (2010), 493-496; Leonardo Cappelletti, ‘Il Corpo di Cristo nelle dispute tra domenicani e francescani nella Quaestio disputata di Pietro di Falco "utrum corpus Christi esse desierit, adveniente anima"’, in: Filosofia e teologia negli ordini mendicanti, XIII-XV secolo, Memorie domenicane. Nuova serie, 42 (Florence, 2012), 243-282.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Fonte (Pedro de la Fuente/Pedro Talavera de la Fuente, 1581-1666)

OFM. Observant friar from Seville. Entered the order on 10 January 1598 and made his profession in 1599. Consultant for the Sacrum officium and designated preacher of the San Francisco el Grande friary in Madrid. Died in the San Francisco friary of Seville in 1666. Prolific author of works of religious instruction.

editions

Breve compendio para ayudar a bien morir (Seville, 1616).

Tratado de las gracias e indulgencias del Cordón de S. Francisco (Seville, 1640).

Directorio de religiosos (Seville, 1646).

Septentrion de pecadores (Seville, 1646).

Exposición de los mistérios de la Misa (Seville, 1646).

Tránsito de la muerte y Paso riguroso del Jordán de la muerte (Seville, 1664)

Sobre la instrucción espiritual (?)

Tractatum de Modo Condendi Testamentum (?)

literature

Juan de San Antonio, Bibliotheca Franciscana (Madrid, 1732) II, 446; N. Antonio, Bibliotheca Hispana Nova (Madrid, 1845) II, 194; AIA 7 (1917), 177 & 2nd ser. 8 (1948) 255, 265-267; M. Acebal Luján, ‘5. Fuente’,  DHGE XIX, 288.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Fuxo (Pierre de Foix, d. 1464)

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literature

Paolo Cherubini, ‘Foix (de Fuxo), Pierre de’, DBI XLVIII, 511-513.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Gandavo (Petrus van Gent/Pedro de Gante/Petrus de Mura/Pieter van der Moere, ca. 1480 - 1572 Mexico)

OFMOBS. Born in or near Ghent (in Geraardsbergen), Flanders around 1480. Joined there the Franciscans before 1522, possibly after studies in Louvain. At least, a Petrus de Gandavo was inscribed at the university there in 1503, 1507, 1512 and 1513. Still, his Spanish letters from later date do not betray much exposure to the liberal arts and theology. In any case, before 1522 he had joined the Franciscans in the Provincia Flandriae in Ghent. When the Franciscans Joannes Glapion and Franciscus Quignones came to the Netherlands in 1522 armed with the papal bull Alias felicis (issued by Leo X on 25 April 1521), in order to find missionaries for the newly conquered territories in New Spain (Mexico), Peter and two other friars (the guardian Joannes de Tecto and Joannes de Aora) offered to go. They departed in that year for Spain with the fleet of Charles V (with whom he apparently had cordial relations, and with whom he migh have been related), where they arrived after a stopover in England on July 27 (Santander). In Spain Jan Glapion fell ill and died (Valladolid, 15 September 1522). As a result, the onward journey to New Mexico was delayed. Peter and his fellow friars set out for the New World from Seville on May 1st 1523 and arrived at Véra Cruz on August 30 of the same year. Peter of Ghent had a long missionary career in New Spain, and stood out with his attention to indigenous languages, his attention to indigenous education (for instance in his school in Texcoco (San José de los Naturales), where he taught children to read and write and to learn the basic tenets of Christian faith) and his innovative catechistic approaches. In the course of time, he also became a champion of Indian rights in the face of Spanish exploitation.

manuscripts

Catecismo de la doctrina cristiana con jeroglíficos, para la enseñanza de los indios de Méjico: Madrid, Archivo Histórico Nacional, Códice 1257B [Cf. also Manuel de Castro, Manoscritos franciscanos de la Biblioteca nacional de Madrid (Valencia, 1973), 754]

manuscripts and editions

Doctrina Christiana en Lengua Mexicana. Per signum crucis. Icamachiotl cruz yhuicpain toya chua Xitech momaquixtili Totecuiyoc diose. Ica inmotocatzin. Tetatzin yhuan Tepilizin yhuan Spiritus Sancti. Amen Jesús (first published by Joh. Cromberger, c. 1547/Mexico: Juan Pablos, 1553/Antwerp, 1553/Mexico: Juan Pablos, 1555/Facs. edition with comm., ed. Ernesto de la Torre Villar (Mexico, 1981)

Catecismo de la doctrina cristiana con jeroglíficos, para la enseñanza de los indios de Méjico, MS Madrid, Bibl. Nac., madrid, Archivo Histórico Nacional etc. & Facs. edicion con introducción de Federico Navarro (Madrid: Dirección General de Archivos y Bibliotecas, 1970)/Justino Cortés Castellanos, El catecismo en pictogramas de Fr. Pedro de Gante (Madrid, 1987).

Epistola fratris Petri de Gante, alias de Mura, ad patres et fratres Proviniae Flandriae et coeteros in vicinis locis commorantes (letter from 27 June, 1529), in: G. Icazbalceta, Bibliografia mexicana del siglo XVI (Meico, 1886), 397-400 & Amandus van Zierikzee, Chronica compendiosissima (Antwerp: Simon de Cock, 1534), ff. 124-127 (translated from Spanish); Carta de Frey Pedro de Gante (29 June, 1529), in: Chavez Ezechiel, Fray Pedro de Gante (Mexico, 1943), 134 no. 13; Carta al emperador Don Carlos expoiéndole sus trabajos en la doctrina e instrucción de los Indios, in: Cartas de Indias, publicadas por primera vez el Ministerio de Fomento (Madrid: 1877), 51-54; Carta al emperador Don Carlos dando la noticia de la muerte del prelado D. Juan de Zummárraga (20 July 1548), in: G. Icazbalceta, Nueva colleción de documentos para la historia de Mexico, II (Mexico, 1889), 197-198); Al emperador Don Carlos exponiéndole el sensible estado a que tenia reducido a los Indios el servicio personal, in: in: Cartas de Indias, publicadas por primera vez el Ministerio de Fomento (Madrid: 1877), 92-103; Carta a Felipe II hanciéndole una larga relación de lo succedido en el Nuevo Mundo desde su llegada en él (23 June,m 1558), MS Madrid, Archivio Histórico Nacional, nos. 158 (33) and 159 (208) [two slightly different versions] and edited in: A.M. Carreño, `Una desconocida carta de fray Pedro de Gante', Memorias de la Academia Mexicana de la Historia 20 (1961), 14-20 & G. Icazbalceta, Nueva colleción de documentos para la historia de Mexico, II (Mexico, 1889),220-234 [modernised edition of no. 159 (208) with faulty dating of 1557]. See also: Cartas, versos religiosos en mejicano, in: Joaquín García Icazbalceta, Códice franciscano (Mexico, 1941), 212ff; Pedro de Gante, Cartas, ed. Fidel Chauvet (Mexico: Fray Junipero Serra, 1951);

Atributed: Cartilla para enseñar a leer, nuevamente enmendada y quitadas todas las abreviaturas que antes teniá (Mexico: Pedro Ocharte, 1569). El primer libro de alfabetización en América para enseñar a leer, impresa por Pero Ocharte en Mexico, 1569, ed. Emilio Valton (Mexico: Antigua Librería Robredo, 1947/México: Manuel Porrúa, 1977).

[for more info on editions of Pedro’s various Cartas, see also: B. de Troeyer, Bio-Bibliographia Franciscana Neerlandica Saeculi XVI, I: Pars Biographica (Nieuwkoop, 1969), 75-83.]

literature

Adeodato Chávez Ezequiel, El ambiente geográfico, histórico y social de fray Pedro de Gante (Mexico: Jus, 1943); Adeodato Chávez Ezequiel, El primero de los grandes educadores de América, fray Pedro de Gante (Mexico: Jus, 1943); LThK, VIII (1963), 363; B. de Troeyer, Bio-Bibliographia Franciscana Neerlandica Saeculi XVI, I: Pars Biographica (Nieuwkoop, 1969), 75-83; M.R. Pazos, in Archivo Ibero-Americano, 33 (1973), 149-190; J. Cortes Castellanos, El Catecismo en Pictogramas de Fr. Pedro de Gante (Madrid, 1987); Francisco Morales, `Fray Pedro de Gante. «Libro de colores es tu corazón»', in: Misioneros de la primera hora. Grandes evangelizadores del Nuevo Mundo, ed. R. Ballán (Lima, 1991), 75-81; Geertrui Van Acker, `El humanisme cristiano en Mexico: los tres flamencos', in: Hist. de la evangelización de América (Vatican City, 1992), 795-819; Geertrui Van Acker, `Presencia Franciscana Flamenca en los Códices y Documentos en Lengua Natl del siglo XVI en México: Fray Pedro de Gante, Fray Juan de Tecto, Fray juan de Aoro', in: Códices y Documentos sobre México. Siglo XVI y XVII, Estudios de Cultura Nàhuatl (México, 1992); Geertrui Van Acker, `Fray Pedro de Gante: la importancia de su obra educativa en el encuentro de los Dos Mundos', in: IV° Congresso Internacional sobre los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (sigle XVIII), published in: Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid, 1992); Geertrui Van Acker, `Het christelijk humanisme in Mexico (1): de drie Vlamingen', Franciscana, 48 (1993), 143-161; Johannes Madey, ‘Petrus von Gent’, Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon XVI, 1216f.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Grossis

Apparently a French friar. Received his licence of theology on 15 December 1449 and incepted as doctor of theology on 20 April, 1450 [Paris BN Lat. 5657-A f. 21r; CHUP IV, 689]. In mat 1451, Petrus is ‘custos Campaniae’ and attended the provincial chapter of the French province held at Rouen. Also known to have preached at Abbeville in 1454 and at Amiens in 1468. Wrote Le Jardin des Nobles (written between 1461 and 1464) for the nobleman Yves du Fou (‘grand veneur de France’ and an influential courtier at the court of King Louis XI). Through Yves du Fou, Petrus received a royal grant by Louis IX of fifty ‘livres’ (pounds) for his necessities. In Le Jardin des Nobles, which by John Murphy is represented as a forerunner of Erasmus’ Enchiridon Militis Christiani, Petrus de Grossis developed the metaphor of a garden to discuss Christian morality, virtues, and eschatology. He stands, in fact, in a long tradition, going back to the twelfth century (Cf. the Hortus Deliciarum of Herrade de Landsberg). Starting of with a reference to the Song of Songs 4, 12 (You are an enclosed garden…), Petrus deals with the soul as a garden, the aspect of the cloistered garden of the soul and the growth and cultivation of the plants within this garden.

manuscripts

Le Jardin des Nobles: Paris, BN MS Français 193

literature

Antoine de Sérent, ‘Les Frères Mineurs à l’Université de Paris’, La France Franciscaine 1 (1912), 297-337; John Chrysostom Murphy, A History of the Franciscan Studium Generale at the University of Paris in the Fifteenth Century, Diss. U. of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, Ind., 1965), 216-219.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Insula (de Lille, van Rijssel/fl. ca. 1390?? or earlier (d. 1334, two different friars?)) doctor notabilis

Franciscan theologian exegete

manuscripts

In Psalmos?

Sermones de S & de T: did not survive?

In I-IV Sent.

literature

Wadding, Script., 190; Sbaralea, Suppl., II, 335; Zawart, 302; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 6618; AFH, 44 (1951), 201

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Limburg (d. 1682)

OFMCap

literature

Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon XX, 1167f.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Mazara (ca. 1475-1550)

OFMCap.

literature

Giovanni Spagnolo, Pietro da Mazara e il “suo” Crocifisso. Storia di una conversione (Castelvetrano: Frati Minori Cappuccini, 2006).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Mogliano (Pietro Corradini de Mogliano, 1435-1490) beatus

OFMObs. Italian friar from Mogliano (Macerata). Studied law at the university of Peruga and wanted to embark on a legal career, when, in 1467, he was confronted by the Observant Franciscan friar Domenico de Leonessa (d. 1497). On the advice of the latter, Pietro took the habit at the Carceri convent (near Assisi). After he was ordained priest, Pietro embarked on a preaching career. At first he accompagnied Jacopo della Marchia, for whom he also transcribed manuscripts. For the next twenty years, Pietro was active as preacher in central Italy; combining preaching with strong social involvement, as can be seen in his pastoral work in Fermo and Amendola. He also was moral counsellor for the family of the prince of Camerino (Giulio Caesario de Varano), and especially for the prince’s daughter Camilla, who became a Poor Clare (under the name Battista Varani; see also this catalogue under her name), and dedicated her own Dolori Mentali di Gesù nella sua Passione (1488) to her franciscan counsellor (after Pietro’s death, she wrote in 1491 the eulogy Del felice transito del beato Pietro da Mogliano). In addition to Pietro’s pastoral work, he took administrative charges in the order: in 1472, the Observant general chapter of l’Aquila made him commissioner of the Island of Candia; three times (between 1477-1480, 1483-1486, and in 1489/90) he was provincial vicar/minister of the March of Ancona province. During his last appointment as provincial vicar, he died on 25 July 1490 in the Camerino convent. After some travels, his corporal remains were buried in the Camerino cathedral . On 10 August 1760 he was officially beatified. >>writings??>>sermons. See the studies of Avarucci

vitae

F. Camerini, La vita del b. Pietro da Mogliano (Camerino, 1737); Bibliotheca Sanctorum IV (1964), 197-198.

Camilla Battista da Varano, Il felice transito del beato Pietro da Mogliano, ed. Adriano Gattucci (Tavarnuzze-Florence: SISMEL-Ed. del Galluzzo, 2007).

literature:

Wadding, Annales Minorum XIV, 5 (ad an. 1472, n. 8); Ippolito Brandozzi, Il B. Pietro da Mogliano, Minore Osservante, Studi e Testi Francescani, 39 (Rome, 1967); Pierre Péano, ‘Pierre Corradini de Mogliano’, DSpir XII, 1548; Il beato Pietro da Mogliano (1435-1490) e l'osservanza francescana, ed. Giuseppe Avarucci, Bibliotheca Seraphico-Capuccina, 43 (Rome, 1993) [with a significant number of essays on Pietro's literary activities, his pastoral work, his involvement with the library of Giacomo della Marca, his cult and iconography]; Giuseppe Avarucci, ‘Tra latino e volgare nei Sermoni del beato Pietro da Mogliano’, in: Verum, pulchrum et bonum. Miscellanea di studi offerti a Servus Gieben in occasione del suo 80o compleanno, ed. Yoannes Teklemariam (Rome: Ed. Collegio San Lorenzo da Brindisi, Istituto Storico dei Cappuccini, 2006), 439-486; Jacques Dalarun & Alvaro Cacciotti, 'Beata Battista da Varano e il transito di Pietro da Mogliano', Frate Francesco 75 (2009), 229-242.

 

 

 

Petrus de Montepeloso (Pietro Verniero, fl. 17th cent.)

Friar active in the Holy Land, involved with the production of chronicles on the Franciscan presence there.

editions

Croniche ovvero Annali di Terra Santa del p. Pietro Verniero da Montepeloso, ed. G. Golubovich (Florence, 1929).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Orbellis

editions

Sermones Hortuli Conscientiae super Epistolas Quadragesimales (Paris, 1508); Sermones hortuli conscientiae sup. epístolas quadragesime (Paris: Barbier, 1508); Sermones hortuli conscientiae, super Epistolas Quadragesimae (Paris: Joh. Petit, 1518). The 1508 edition is available on Google Books.

Sermones in Omnes Epistolas Quadragesimales (Lyon, 1481) [under the name of Nicholaas de Orbellis]

literature

Zawart, 303

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Ovallis (Pedro de Ovalle, d. 1689)

Franciscan missionary active in Honduras and Guatemala. Died in Tegucigalpa in 1689.

manuscripts

His Relatos de misiones (…) are mentioned in the work of Lamadrid, p. 290.

literature

Lázaro Lamadrid, ‘Estudios franciscanos en la Antigua Guatemala’, Anales de la Sociedad de Geografía e Historia de Guatemala 18 (Guatemala, 1942), 279-305; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 63.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Padua (fl. 14th cent.)

Italian friar. Not to be confused with Pietrobono Brosemini de Padua (Petrus Bonus Bruzeminus), who was guardian of the Trent convent as well as inquisitor in Padua in the closing years of the thirteenth century [cf. Collectanea Franciscana 30 (1960), 412-413; Clément Schmitt, DSpir XII, 1631]. Sbaralea ascribed to Pietro de Padua an Expositio super Problemata Aristotelis, as well as a collection of 150 Sermones de Tempore that has survived in many manuscripts all over Europe. The attribution of the sermons has been questioned by G. Abate and G. Luisetto, as the liturgical order of the sermon collection does not seem to cohere with the Franciscan-Roman liturgical calendar. Paul Marangon, on the other hand, is not totally convinced by this argument. Sbaralea’s ascription of Expositio super Problemata Aristotelis suggests that Pietro was active as teacher in a Franciscan custodial school of philosophy.

manuscripts

Expositio super Problemata Aristotelis: Sevilla>>>; Ripoll, Benedictine Abbey>>> [Cf. Estudios Franciscanos 76 (1975), 57]

Sermones de T: a.o. Padua Ant. 435 & 502 [According to G. Abate and G. Luisetto, these sermons are the work of another (non-Franciscan?) friar, yet Marangon remains elusive on this point. He argues that these sermons might be the work of a florentine friar from the mid thirteenth century. See Marangon (includes an edition of some sermons pp. 237-240)]; >>>There seem to survive many more manuscripts of this sermon collection. Cf. Schneyer mentioned below

literature

Wadding, Script., 195; Sbaralea, Suppl., II, 355, 602; AFH 4 (1913), 174; Schneyer, Repertorium der lateinischen Sermones IV, 706-717; G. Abate & G. Luisetto, Codici e manoscritti della Biblioteca Antoniana (Vicenza, 1975) I, 355-356 (MS 435) & II, 502-503 (MS 502); P. Marangon, `Allegorie Pre-Dantesche nel `Sermo in Dominica XXIV post Pentecostem' dei codici 435 e 502 della Biblioteca Antoniana', in: P. Marangon, Ad Cognitionem Scientiae Festinare, Contributi alla storia dell' Università di Padova, 31 (Trieste, 1997), 231-240.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Palatio (Pedro de Palacios, fl. c. 1580)

Friar from the Michoacán province. Active as definitor (1567) and provincial (1588). Left a series of unedited catechetical works and works on the Otomí language.

manuscripts

Catecismo y confesionario en la lengua otomí

Arte de la lengua otomí

Vocabulario mejicano y otomí

Corona de nuestro señor Jesucristo, en otomí

literature

BUF II, 464; Beristain I, 364 & II, 82; BM 2 (1945), 319; Mendieta II 119 & lib. IV cap. 44; Isidoro Félix de Espinosa, Crónica de la provincia franciscana de los apóstoles San Pedro y San Pablo, de Michoacán (Mexico, 1945), 261-262, 267, 483; Manuel Castro y Castro, ‘Lenguas indigenas americanas (…)’, in: Actas del II Congreso Internacional sobre los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVI). La Rábida, 21-26 de septiembre de 1987 (Madrid, 1988), 520.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Pila (Pedro de Pila, d. 1601)

Born in Spain. Departed for New Spain at an early age and entered the Franciscan order in the convent Tzinzuntzán, Michoacán (province of San Pedro y San Pablo). Back in Spain and in France in 1571 for the celebration of the general chaoter of Paris. In 1580 back to Michoacán. Provincial in 1591 and general comissionar of New Spain in 1594. Renowned for his knowledge of the Tarasca language.

manuscripts/editions

Doctrina moral y cristiana, en lengua tarasca>>

literature

Mendieta II, 115 & Lib. IV cap. 42; A. Larrea, Chrónica de la (…) provincia de San Pedro y San Pablo, de Michoacán (Mexico, 1643), 240-243; Isidro Felix Espinosa, Crónica de la provincia franciscana de los apóstoles San Pedro Y San Pablo, de Michoacán (Mexico, 1945), 32, 267-268; Torquemada III, 375; Castro Seoana, ‘Aviamiento (…)’, MH 17 (1960), 26, 35, 36; Manuel Castro y Castro, ‘Lenguas indigenas americanas (…)’, in: Actas del II Congreso Internacional sobre los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVI). La Rábida, 21-26 de septiembre de 1987 (Madrid, 1988), 524.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Pinuela (Pedro de la Piñuela, d. 1704)

OFMDisc. Member of the San Diego province in Mexico. Active  as a mexican missionary to China, where he died in 1704. He composed around 1697 in Chinese a rare book ‘virtues of herbs and stones’, two copies of which are extant in paris and Rome. This Bencao bu is written in Chinese characters and presents herbs and remedies either unknown to China or the therapeutic uses of which were not fully known.

literature

Sinica Franciscana (Quaracchi, 1942) IV, 256-263; AIA 8 (1917), 280-296; Antonio Sisto Rosso, ‘Pedro de la Piñuela, OFM, Mexican Missionary to China and Author’, Franciscan Studies 8 (1948), 250-274; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 165 (no. 686); Elisabetta Corsi, ‘L’antidotario cinese di Pedro de la Piñuela OFM (1650-1704). Testo e contesto’, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 107:1-2 (2014), 117-148.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Poitiers (ca. 1605, Poitiers - 1684, Poitiers)

OFMCap since 1623. Novice master in the province of Touraine. Active as lector and provincial (1657-1660, 1663-66, 1669-71, 1679-82). General definitor in Rome (1671-78). Counsellor of Christina of Sweden....

editions

Le jour mystique ou l'éclaircissement de l'oraison et théologie mystique, 2 Vols. (Paris, 1671) [Italian translation by Serafino da Borgogna (Rome, 1675)]

Selections of his works have been included in La vie mystique chez les franciscains du dix-septième siècle. Tome II: Florilège de figures mystiques de la réforme capucine, ed. Dominique Tronc, Collection Sources mystiques (Mers-sur-Indre: Paroisse et Famille-Centre Saint-Jean-de-la-Croix, 2014).

literature

LThK, VIII (1963), 377; DSpir XII, 1653-1656.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Poznan (Petrus Bielinski, d. 1658)

Observant friar. Theologian

literature

Florentyn Piwosz Bernardyn, ‘Piotr z Poznania zapomniany bernardynski teolog’, W Nurcie Franciszkanskim 7 (1998), 249-262.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Quintanilla y Mendoza (Pedro de Quintanilla y Mendoza, fl. second half 17th cent)

OFM. Franciscan friar from the Castilia province. Historian.

literature

AIA 8 (1917), 101-102; AIA 17 (1922), 11; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) V, nos. 3592-3596; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 167 (no. 700).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Regibus (Pedro de los Reyes, 1560-1628)

OFMDisc. Friar from the San José province. Poet.

manuscripts/editions

“No me mueve mi Dios” (Sonnet)

“A Cristo crucificado/Acto de contrición” (Sonnet)

literature

Jaime Sala, ‘Fr, Pedro de los Reyes (Disquisición critico-literaria)’, El Eco Franciscano 22 (1905), 672-675, 711-714, 739-743; El Eco Franciscano 23 (1906), 55-60, 85-88; AIA 6 (1916), 341-342; AIA 13 (1920), 311-314; AIA 18 (1922), 140-141; AIA 20 (1923), 136-140; Domingo Hergueta Martín, ‘El famoso soneto ‘A Cristo crucificado’, llamado también ‘Acto de contrición’, Sus atribuciones, su origen más probable, su proceso histórico’, Revista de archivos, bibliotecas y museos 48 (1927), 99-112; Joaquín de Entrambasaguas, ‘Una imitación del soneto ‘No me mueve mi Dios para quererte”, in: Miscelánea erudita (Madrid: Instituto Miguel de Cervantes, 1957), 11-12; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) XI, nos. 3314-3319; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 168-169 (no. 715).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Ribera (Pedro de la Ribera, fl. later 16th cent.)

OFMDisc. Member of the San José province.

literature

AIA 21 (1924), 187-189; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 169 (no. 719).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Sacedo/de Sancta Maria (Pedro de Sacedón/Pedro de Santa María, d. 1698)

OFMDisc. Member of the San José province.

literature

AIA 21 (1924), 291-292; AIA 22 (1962), 289-290; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 174 (no. 758).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Salazar (Pedro de Salazar, fl. early 17th cent.)

OFM. Chronicler of the Castilia province.

editions

Crónica e historia de la (…) provincia de Castilla, ed. anastática (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1977).

literature

Antolín Abad Pérez, ‘El P. Pedro de Salazar y su ‘Crónica’ de la provincia de Castilla’, in: Pedro de Salazar, Crónica e historia de la (…) provincia de Castilla, ed. anastática (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1977); AIA 39 (1979), 381; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 176 (no. 765).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Saxonia (d. between 1310-1340)

Trained in theology, philosophy and canon law. Author of several (non-surviving?) sermons de S & de T

literature

Wadding, Script., 193; Zawart, 314

 

 

 

 

Petrus de S. Benedicto (Pierre de Saint-Benoit, late thirteenth century)

Franciscan friar and preacher. Active at Paris c. 1250-1275. He apparently knew the city and its university rather well. Also sometimes mentions Orléans in his work. Not much is known about his life and career, yet to him are ascribed several important sermon collections De Tempore, De Sanctis, and De Communi Sanctorum. It might be that Peter is not the actual author of all these sermons, as they sometimes resemble very much sermons ascribed to Nicholas Byard, Guillaume de Mailly and others. Most of Peter’s sermons seem to have been written for his fellow homiletic practitioners, and are highly structured scholastic sermons with divisions, sub-divisions, recourse to biblical and theological authorities, and many concise exempla. Some of them have a strong spiritual import, such as the christological sermons edited under the name of Bonaventure, and an interesting sermon on prayer (cf. for instance Munich Clm 2672 f. 50v-51v; Cf. the analysis of David d’Avray, ‘Pierre de Saint-Benoît’, DSpir XII, 1667-1669).

manuscripts

Sermones de Sanctis: Troyes 1996; >>>>

Sermones de Communi Sanctorum: Troyes 1839; Reims 585;>>>>

Sermones et Collationes [contains (parts or everything of) all three collections]: Troyes 1368, 1726, 1839, 1893, 1960, 1965; Venice Marc. Fonds Lat. Antico 92; Munich Clm 2672 (see also Schneyer)

editions

Three sermons of Peter are edited in Bonaventura, Opera Omnia IX (Quaracchi), 99-102, 326-27, 328-30 [See: L.-J. Bataillon, `Sur quelques sermons de S. Bonaventure', in: S. Bonaventura, 1274-1974, (Grottaferrata, 1973), I, 495-515; David d’Avray, The Preaching of the Friars, 99-100, 105-106, 108, 114-6, 161, 171, 218-9, 220-1, 252, 275-6]

literature

Schneyer, Repertorium der lateinischen Sermones IV, 782-802; L.-J. Bataillon, `Sur quelques sermons de S. Bonaventure', in: S. Bonaventura, 1274-1974, (Grottaferrata, 1973), I, 495-515; David d’Avray, The Preaching of the Friars, 99-100, 105-106, 108, 114-6, 161, 171, 218-9, 220-1, 252, 275-6; David d’Avray, ‘Pierre de Saint-Benoit’, Dict. de Spir, XII, 1667-69.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Sebivilla (Pierre de Sebiville/Sibiville, d. 1525?)

Cistercian, later Conventual Franciscan and evangelical ‘heretic‘. Born in Hesdin (Artois). Joined the Cistercians and studied theology. Traveled to Grenoble to preach at the request of Jan Chapuis (secretary of the Parliament of Paris) and the nobleman Jean Griffon (1514). By 1517, Pierre Sibiville joined the Conventual Franciscans, which allowed him to continue to preach in Grenoble, much to the liking of the town. Between 1518-1524, Sibiville was the official town preacher. Yet in the mean time, the Franciscan Observants had installed themselves in Grenoble and forced the Conventuals out of their friary in July 1522. The town then houses Sibiville in the town hall. During Lent 1523, Sibiville would have uttered ‘evangelical‘ doctrines in his sermons, and he made his acquaintance with the reformer Ennemond de Coct. While the latter fled to Wittenberg in April 1523, Sibiville stayed put and during Lent 1524 began to preach openly heterodox doctrines. As a result he was arrested by August 1524. In November of the same year, he renounced his heretical doctrines in the court of the Bishop of Grenoble, and he was forbidden to preach. Apparently he stayed in contact with Ennemond de Coct. Following remarks in the Journal d‘un bourgeois de Paris sous François Ier, Sibiville might have been burned alive in Grenoble in February 1525. Also possible that he fled or was forced into exile.

editions

Abjuratio heresis Lutheriane facta per fratrem Petrum de Sibiville religiosus ordinis minorum. Et sententia diffinitiva contra eum lata in curia spirituali sedis episcopolis Gracionopolis (1524). See: Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Université de Paris, Rés. XVIe, 795, no. 20.

literature

A.L. Herminjard, Correspondance des Réformateurs I, 313; A. Prudhomme, Simples notes sur P. de Sibiville, premier prédicateur de la Réforme à Grenoble (1514-1524) (Bourgoin, 1884); Journal d'un bourgeois de Paris sous François-Ier, ed. Ludovic Lalanne, Bulletin du Société de l'Histoire de France, 9 (Paris: Jules Renouard, 1854/Paris : Union générale d'éditions, 1962), 227/8 ; Mendiants et réformés. les réguliers mendiants acteurs du changement réligieux dans le royaume de France (1480-1560), ed. Robert Sauzet (Tours: Publications de l'Université de Tours, 1994), 222-223; Jonathan A. Reid, King's Sister - Queen of Dissent: Marguerite of Navarre (1492-1549) and her Evangelical Network, Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions, 139, 2 Vols. (Leiden: Brill, 2009) I, 256-258.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Ser Lippo (Pietro di ser Lippo, 15th cent.)

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literature

G. Guastamacchia, ‘Documenti francescani. Decreto di nomina di Fr. Pietro di ser Lippo, Fiorentino, a Lettore principale nello studio generale di Bologna’, Miscellanea Francescana 34 (1934), 287; AFH 9 (1916), 347-383.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Solis (Pedro de Solís, fl. c. 1700)

OFM. Friar from the Catalonia province. Preacher.

literature

AIA 34 (1931), 109; AIA 15 (1955), 452; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 181 (no. 800).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Tevaro Aldano (Pedro de Tevar Aldana, fl. early 17th cent.)

OFM. Friar from the Doce Apóstoles province, Peru.

literature

Atanasio Lopez, San Buenaventura en la bibliografía española (Madrid, 1921), 82-85;  AIA 15 (1955), 457-458; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 184 (no. 822).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Tobilla (Pedro de la Tobilla, ca. 1576-1647)

Friar of Creole descent. Born in Ciudad Real, Ciapas. He took the habit in 1589 in Guatemala at the age of sixteen. He made his final profession around 1593, after which he went to Mexico for his studies. After his return to the Guatemala province, he taught theology and built himself a reputation as a preacher (apparently known as the Demosthenes of Guatemala). In 1633, he traveled to the general chapter of Toledo in his function as custos. He was elected provincial in 1647 and died the same year (on June 27).

manuscripts

Representación apologética sobre la aptitud de kos Religiosos nacidos en Indias, para obtener y desempeñar todas las Dignidades y Prelacias >>>>?.

literature

José Mariano Beristain de Souza, Biblioteca hispano americana setentrional, 2nd. Ed. (1883), 182; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 78.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Todi (Pietro de Todi, fl. c. 1318)

Alleged author of the Chronica Generalium Ministrorum O.F.M., edited in the Analecta Franciscana III (Quaracchi, 1897).  See also under anonymi.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Trabibus (Piero/Pietro delle Travi?, d. Late thirteenth century)

Probably originating from central Italy (strongest case thus far made for the neighbourhood of Trabis Bonantis, in the custody of Cametino). Probably educated at studia in Southern France and in the studium Generale of Florence. Whetaver may be the case, his writings show a strong influence of the theological positions of Olivi, who was lector at Santa Croce between 1287 and 1289. Peter de Trabibus might have been Olivi’s assistent lector or bachelor. [Note: in a non degree studium generale like Santa Croce, the principal lector of the theology school read the Sentences to lectorate students, whereas his assistent (lector secundarius/bachelor/biblicus), provided these students with (cursory?) readings on the Bible] Peter de Trabibus himself probably was principal lector at the St. Croce studium generale of Florence between 1294 and 1296, where he gave, in two subsequent years, a full course on the Sentences (according to a by then rather common order: book I and IV in the scholarly year of 1294-1295, and book I and III in the scholarly year of 1295-1296), as well as a series of quodlibetal questions (one series in Spring 1295, and one series in the Spring of the following year). Peter was not the first and only Franciscan lector without a licence of theology to hold public quodlibetal questions in a non-degree studium generale. Other examples are the quodlibets held in the 1290s by Olivi (who never became a master of theology) and Vital du Four (who received the magisterium by papal decree after 1305). Sylvain Piron (2000 & 2006) has suggested that Peter de Trabibus’s theology teachings at the studium generale of Florence had a strong public character, and goes as far as to suggest that one of the quodlibets actually might indicate the presence of the young poet Dante Alighieri.

Some of Peter’s theses were condemned at the council of Vienne in 1312.

manucripts

In I-IV Sent. : Florence, Biblioteca Naz. Centrale Conv. Soppr. D.6.359 ff. 1-93vb [probably reflects Peter’s lectura at the Santa Croce. The manuscript contains Super Secundum et Tertium Sententiarum. The manuscript itself was written by Andrea de’Mozzi, who was lector at Santa Croce between 1302-1304 and probably made a copy for his own teaching purposes. See for more info on this manuscript the lemma of Andreas de Mozzis]; Florence Naz A.5.1071; Florence Naz. Conv. Soppr. B.5.1149 (ordinatio); Leipzig Univ. 524 ff. 1-209 (see Doucet, Piron, and Huning!). For possible other manuscripts of Peter de Trabibus’ lectura that have been lost during the nineteenth and twentieth century, see Pelster, Gregorianum 18 (1937), 291-293 and Huning , ‘Die Stellung’, 211.

Quaestiones Disputatae & [2] Quodlibeta: Florence Naz D.6.359 ff. 95ra-105ra [Quaestiones Disputatae] & ff. 107ra-118vb [Quodlibeta held in 1295-1296 at Santa Croce, when he was the principal lector there]

editions

In I. Sent. (ordinatio): Prol. A.3.q.2, ed. L. Amorós, AdHLMA, 9 (1934), 288-290; Prologus Secundus ed. F. Delorme, La France Franciscaine, 7 (1924), 258-260 & ed. A. Huning, Franz. Stud., 46 (1964), 227-288 & 47 (1965), 1-43 [also as monograph, Werl, 1965); Dist. 1, pars 3 q. 3-6, A. Huning, Franciscan Studies 28 (1968), 137-183; Dist. 3, ed. A. di Noto, in: L'Evidenza di Dio nella filosofia del secolo XIII, Il Pensiero medievale, Collana di storia della filosofia 1, 7 (Padua, 1958), 149-155; Quaestiones de de Theologia Naturali (excerpta), ed. A. di Noto, in: La théologie naturelle de Pierre de Trabibus, OFM, Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto universitario di Magistero di Catania, Serie filosofica. Saggi e monografie, 45 (Padua, 1963); Excerpta (de natura theologiae, de cognitione naturali et supranaturali Dei), ed. F. Pelster, Gregorianum, 19 (1938), 37-57, 376-403; Dist. 43, q. 6, ed. G. Gál, in: Studies Honouring Ignatius Ch. Brady OFM, ed. R. St. Almago & C.L. Harkins (New York, 1976), 289-292;

In II Sent. (ordinatio): Prologus, ed. A. Huning, Franz. Stud., 46 (1964), 227-28 [check!]; dist. 19, q. 1 ed. S. Vanni Rovighi, in: L'Immortalità dell'anima nei maestri Francescani del secolo XIII (Milan, 1936), 371-378; Dist. 24, ed. E. Longpré, Studi Francescani, 8 (1922), 11-24; Disst. 24, art. 2 ed. F. Simoncioli, in: Il problema della libertà umana in Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e Pietro de Trabibus (Milan, 1956), 189-230; Dist. 43, a.1, q. 2 & a. 3, q.1-2 & Dist. 47, a. 47, q. 2, ed. H.J. Weber, in: Die Lehre von der Auferstehung der Toten in den Haupttraktaten der scholastischen Theologie von Alexander von Hales zu Duns Scotus, Freiburger theologische Studien 91 (Fribourg-Bâle-Vienne, 1973), 352-259.

Quaestiones Duae de Aeternitate Mundi, ed. Athanasius Ledoux, Antonianum, 6 (1931), 137-152.

Quaestiones de Praescientia Divina et de Praedestinatione, ed. M. Schmaus, Antonianum, 10 (1935), 123-148.

Quodlibet utrum scientia litterarum humanarum vel bonitas intellectus conferat ad sanctitatem animae, ed. S. Piron (on the basis of MS Florence Naz. Conv.Soppr. D.6.359, f. 109va-vb), Picenum Seraphicum nuova serie 19 (2000), 131-134.

literature

Glorieux, Quaestiones, II, 229-232; Ephrem Longpré, 'Pietro De Trabibus, un discepolo di Pier Giovanni Olivi', Studi francescani 2nd Ser 8 (1922), 267-290; Michael Schmaus, 'Des Petrus de Trabibus Lehre über das göttliche Vorauswissen und die Prädestination', Antonianum 10 (1935), 121-148; Franz Pelster, 'Beiträge zur Bestimmung der theologischen Stellung des Petrus de Trabibus (vor 1300)', Gregorianum 19 (1938), 37-57, 376-403; G. Gál, ‘Commentarius Petri de Trabibus in IV Librum Sententiarum Petro de Tarantasia falso inscriptus’, AFH 45 (1952), 241-278; Doucet, AFH, 47 (1954), 157; V. Heynck, ‘Zur Datierung des Sentenzenkommentars des Petrus Johannis Olivi und des Petrus de Trabibus’, Franziskanische Studien 38 (1956), 371-398; F. Simoncioli, Il problema della libertà umana in Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e Pietro de Trabibus (Milan, 1956); V. Heynck, Franz. Stud. 42 (1960), 153-196; A. di Noto, La théologie naturelle de Pierre de Trabibus, OFM, Pubblicazioni dell'Istituto universitario di Magistero di Catania, Serie filosofica. Saggi e monografie, 45 (Padua, 1963); H.A. Huning, `Die Stellung des P. de Trabibus zur Philosophie. Nach dem zweiten Prolog zum ersten Buch seines Sentenzenkommentars MS 154, Biblioteca Comunale, Assisi', Franziskanische Studien 46 (1964), 193-287; 47 (1965), 1-43; H.A. Huning, `The Plurality of Forms according to P. de T.', Franciscan Studies, 28 (1968), 137-196; Hildebert Alois Huning, 'Petrus de Trabibus, ein Vorläufer des Johannes Duns Scotus in der Lehre von Formalunterschied', in: De doctrina Ioannis Duns Scoti: acta Congressus Scotistici internationalis Oxonii et Edinburgi 11 - 17 sept. 1966 celebrati, Studia scholastico-scotistica, 1-4, 4 Vols. (Rome, 1968) I, 285-295; I. Vazquez, ‘El ‘Doctor Fundatus’ Pedro de Atarrabia. Nuevos estudios sobre la escolastica’, Antonianum 49 (1974), 533-546; Gedeon Gál, `Petrus de Trabibus on the absolute and ordained power of God', in: Studies Honoring Ignatius Charles Brady, Friar Minor (St. Bonaventure, NY: Franciscan Institute Press, 1976), 283-292; P.J. Doyle, The Disintegration of Divine Illumination in the Franciscan School, 1285-1300:Peter of Trabes, Richard of Middletown, William of Ware, PhD Diss. Marquett Univ., 1984; Giulia Barone, `Petrus de Trabibus', LMA, VI (1993), 1985; Johannes Schlageter, 'Petrus de Trabibus', LThK, 3rd Ed. VIII (1999), 148; Sylvain Piron, ‘Le poète et le théologien: une rencontre dans le Studium de Santa Croce’, Picenum Seraphicum nuova serie 19 (2000), 87-134; Sylvain Piron, ‘Franciscan Quodlibeta in Southern Studia and at Paris, 1280-1300’, in: Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages. The Thirteenth Century, ed. Chris Schabel (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2006), 403-438 (esp. 409-410); Tomasz Pawlikowski, ‘Piotr z Trabes (Petrus de Trabibus’, in: Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii VIII (2007), 235-236.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Trano (Petrus Tranensis, Pietro da Trani, fl. later fifteenth century)

Italian friar and theologian. Studied theology at Ferrara and received te magisterium there in 1466. Before he finished his degree studies, he produced a Tratado de la confession, at the request of duke Borso of Modena (who also was marquise of Ferrara). Apparently, Pietro and the duke were well-acquainted and shared a love for book-acquisition (see the study of Piana mentioned below). Later in life, Pietro was appointed bishop of Thilesio. During that period, he composed a treatise De Ingenuis Puerorum et Adolescentium Moribus, which eventually was published in 1496.

manuscripts

Tratado de la Confession (ital.): Naples, Naz. I.A.23 ff. 358v-369; Naples, Naz. XII.G.6 ff. 176a-180d [see Cenci, Napoli]; Copenhagen Royal Library 1599 ff. 1r-21r [The first Naples manuscript is also described (with partial transcription of its prologue), in A. Miola, ‘Le scritture in volgare dei primi tre secoli della lingua ricercate nei codici della Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli’, Il Propugnatore 2,ii (1878), 298. In the Copenhagen manuscript, the prologue runs as follows: ‘Comença el tratado de la confession, composta per frate Piero da Trane de l’ordine de li frati Menori a requisitione de lo illustrissimo et devotissimo duca de Modena, marchese de Ferrara. El qual trattato se divide in cinque parte. La prima contiene che cosa è confessione. La secunda como diè esser la confessione. La terza quando è tempo necessario ala confessione. La quarta como el peccatore diè andare ala confessione. La quinta dela penitencia de la confessione. Bisogna prima sapere de la proprietà de la contricione, se volemo intendere che cossa sia confessione.’ The work apparently was directed to aristocratic lay people. One copy of the treatise once was kept in the library of Duke Ercole I. Cf. G. Bertoni, La biblioteca Estense e la cultura Ferrarese ai tempi del duca Ercole I (1471-1505) (Turin, 1903), 237, n. 58.

? Tratado de Penitencia: MS Copenhagen Royal Library 1599 ff. 25r-40. [This treatise, written in the same hand and in the same style as the Tratado de la Confession, might well be another work of Pietro. Inc: ‘naturalmente la creatura rationale desidera de sapere et per instinto proprio de natura lo apetito humano è costretto a intendere, come el filosofo.… Expl: E perché niuna cosa è più necessaria quanto è saper la saluta nostra, imperò desidera naturalmente di sapere se colui el quale tutto el tempo de la sua vita o mazor parte è stato in peccato mortale, receve penitencia salutifera de perdonanza in lo ponto de la morte sua, cioè se costui se salva o danna.’]

editions

De Ingenuis Puerorum et Adolescentium Moribus (Ferrara: Laurentius de Rubeis, de Valentia, 7 Oct. 1496).

literature

cf. Celestino Piana, ‘Lo Studio di S. Francesco a Ferrara nel Quattrocento’, AFH, 61 (1968), 142ff.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Urbina (Pedro de Urbina, d. 1663)

OFM. Theologian in the Castilia province. Bishop of Coria, Valencia and Sevilla. Died in Sevilla in 1663.

literature

AIA 15 (1955), 465; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 187 (no. 845).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Utino (de Castello Porpetto in Foro Julio/ d. 1368)

?what is the relationship between his works and those of Antonius Rampegolus?

manuscripts

Exemplarium Sacrae Scripturae vel Biblia Pauperum: Vat. Borgian. 351 ff. 96-102 (end 15th cent.)

Dictiones Bibliae: Vat Borgian. 351 ff. 1-96.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Valbono (Pedro de Valbuena, fl. later 17th cent.)

OFM. Friar from the Andalusia province.

literature

AIA 21 (1924), 331-332; AIA 29 (1928), 232-233; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 188 (no. 851).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Veaux (Pierre de Vaux/Pierre de Reims, fl. mid fifteenth century)

OM Coletan. One of the confessors and councellors of Colette of Corbie and her later biographer>>>

manuscripts/editions

Lettre inédite de Pierre de Veaux aux habitants d'Amiens, ed. U. d'Alençon, Études franciscaines, 23 (1910), 651-659. [amounts to a short history of the Coletan reform movement]

Pierre de Vaux, Vie de sœur Colette, ed. Elisabeth Lopez (Saint-Étienne, 1994); Vita Sanctae Coletae: <1381-1447>, ed. Charles van Corstanje et al. (Tielt, 1982); Les Vies de Ste Colette de Corbie, réformatrice des frères mineurs et les clarisses, écrites par ses contemporains le P. Pierre de Reims, dit de Vaux, et Soeur Perrine de la Roche et de Baume, ed. Ubald d'Alençon, Archivum franciscanum historicum 4 (1911).

literature

Harry Schnitker, 'Multiple memories: Pierre de Vaux's Vie de Sainte Colette, Burgundy and the Church', in: Mémoires conflictuelles et mythes concurrents dans les pays bourguignons (ca 1380 - 1580): Rencontres de Luxembourg (22 au 25 septembre 2011), ed. Jean-Marie Cauchies (Neuchatel, 2012), 149-162.

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Villacrece (Pedro de Villacreces, d. 1422)

Observant friar from the Castilia province, renowned for his strict reform initiatives and his spiritual writings.

literature

Fidel de Lejarza & Angel Uribe, ‘Introducción a los orígenes de la observancia en España. Las reformas de los siglos XIV y XV’, AIA 17 (1957), 5-660; Fidel de Lejarza & Angel Uribe, ‘Cuando y dónde comenzó Villacreces su reforma?’, AIA 20 (1960), 79-94; Manuel de Castro, ‘Pedro de Villacreces, OFM’, Diccionario de historia eclesiástica de España, 4 Vols. (Madrid, 1972-1975) IV, 2759-2760; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 191 (no. 872); Francisco Javier Rojo Alique’, Fifteenth-Century Franciscan Preachers in Castile’, in: Franciscans and Preaching. Every Miracle from the Beginning of the World Came about through Words, ed. Timothy Johnson, The Medieval Franciscans, 7 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012), 353-379 (355).

 

 

 

 

Petrus de Zaya (Pedro de Zayas, fl. c. 1740)

OFM. Member of the Andalucia province.

literature

AIA 25 (1926), 216; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 192 (no. 884).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Dominicus (Pedro Domingo, fl. late 17th cent.)

OFM. Member of the Cartagena province.

literature

AIA 20 (1960), 132; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 108 (no. 267).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Espinosa de Monteris (Pedro Espinosa de los Monteros, fl. c. 1700)

OFM. Member of the Castilia province.

literature

AIA 21 (1924), 209; AIA 15 (1955), 278-279; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 111 (no. 291).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Faber (Pierre Le Febvre, before 1521 - after 1556)

Observant friar in the Arras Custody of the Provincia Parisiensis. Probably to be identified with Petrus Faber de Wersinne (maybe Wazenne near Rijsel/Lille), who had been a subsidised student in the pedagogium De Valk at the University of Louvain. After his entrance in the order, he was for a while lector at the Hesdin (Heusden) friary/studium, and confessor of the Poor Clares of Atrecht (probably between ca. 1543 and ca. 1550). Later known as predicator apostolicus and lector generalis, and before 1555 Confessor or in any case chaplain of the elderly Charles V. Also court chaplain in Brussels in 1555. He died in Kamerijk around 1560, and was buried in the choir of the friary.

editions

La perle precieuse evangelique et tresor divin du marchant chrestien (Paris: Vivantius Gaultherot, c. 1550). Available via the digital collections of the Bayerischew Staatsbibliothek Munich and via Google Books. De Troeyer suggested a connection with the Dutch De evangelische Peerle. This needs further corroboration.

Traicté des graces et opérations du Sainct Esprit, included in the reworked edition by Pierre Le Febre of an older work of the French theolian Robert Ciboule, Livre tres utile de saincte meditation de l'homme sur soymesmes (Louvain: Antonius Maria Bergagne, 1556). The original edition of this work had appeared in 1510. The new 1556 includes un its third part also Pierre's own Traicté des graces et opérations du Sainct Esprit, divided over 19 chapters. The 1556 edition is available via the digital collections of the Bayerischew Staatsbibliothek Munich and via Google Books.

literature

B. de Troeyer, Bio-Bibliographia Franciscana Neerlandica Saeculi XVI I: Pars Biographica (Nieuwkoop: De Graaf, 1969), 207-210.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Fardeus (Pierre Fardé, fl. second half 17th cent.)

OFMRec. Missionary in Congo.

editions

Voyages et aventures du frère Pierre Fardé, récollet du couvent de Gand, Servais Dirks (Ghent: Vander Schelden, 1878).

literature

J. Goyens, ‘Notes biographiques et documents du fr. Pierre Fardé, O.F.M., voyageur en Afrique (1652-1691)’, AFH 7 (1914), 20-31 & 8 (1915), 371-372; Hildebrand van Hooglede, ‘De zoogezegde Kongoreis van den Gentenaar Fardé in 1688’, in: Idem, Miscellanea III, 1221-1233.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Fermosol (Pedro Fermosol, fl. mid 16th cent.)

OFM. Member of the Andalucia province. Philosopher.

literature

AIA 4 (1915), 206-212; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 114 (no. 303).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Ferreus (Pedro Ferrer, fl. c. 1470)

Spanish friar from the Santiago province. Vicar

manuscripts/editions

Carta, directed to the general of the Hieronymites. MS Ocaña, Sta. Ma de la Esperanza 10.VIII.1471. Edited in AIA 25 (1926), 335-337. Cf. Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 19.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Fons (Pedro Font, fl. mid 18th cent.)

OFM. Member of the Catalonia province.

editions

Fray Pedro Font, Diario íntimo, y Diario de Fray Tomas Eixarch, ed. Julio César Montané Martí (México, D.F., Plaza y Valdés Editores, 2000).

literature

AIA 15 (1955). 286-287; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 115 (no. 316);

 

 

 

 

Petrus Franciscus de Oronsoro (Pedro Francisco de Oronsoro, fl. second half 18th cent.)

OFM. Member of the Santo Evangelio province (Mexico).

literature

AIA 27 (1927), 63-65; AIA 15 (1955), 377-378; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 156 (no. 636).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Fullana Balearis (Pedro Fullana, d. 1659)

Observant friar from Campos (Mallorca). Joined the order in the San Francisco de Asis friary (Palma). Active as lector of philosophy and theology, novice master and provincial definitor. Also active as confessor/spiritual guide of the Franciscan tertiary Clara Coloma Fiol and as censor of books in the diocese. Wrote several works, none of which seem to have reached the printing press.

manuscripts

Commentaria libri contemplationum B. Raymundi Lulli MS?

Vida, virtudes y hechos de la V. sierva de Dios Sor Clara Colona Fiol, terciara franciscana MS>?

Cantica de amico et amato, per doctorem coelitus illuminatum et martirem invictissimum B. Raymundum Lullum composita. Exposita per patrem Fr. Petrum Fullana Balearem, sacrae theologiae lectorem emeritum (...) MS?

literature

Biblioteca de Autores Baleares, ed. Joaquin María Bover (Palma: P.J. Gelabert, 1868) I, 331 (no. 492).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Galanus (Pedro Galán, fl. c. 1600)

OFM. Member of the Cartagena province.

literature

AIA 15 (1955), 292; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) X, nos. 3727-3729; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 118 (no. 336).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Galatinus (Pietro Colonna Galatino/Monggius/Mongio/Colombo, c. 1460/1465, Galatina (Apulia) - 1540, Rome)

OMObs. Probably born in or around Galatina in Puglia (Southern Italy). Entered the order at an early age in his home province of St. Nicholas of bari in the Observant convent of St. Catherina at Galatina. He was living in the Franciscan convent of Otranto when the Turcs sacked the town (1480). Studied in Rome (c. 1511-1515). Specialized in oriental languages and kabbalism and took on the defense of Reuchlin, just like his fellow Franciscan friar Benigno (who wrote his own Defensio of Reuchlin (Cologne, 1517)). Galatinus was not only heavily influenced by kabbalistic works, but also by the Apocalypsis Nova (Pseudo Amadeus da Silva). Galatinus was made provincial of the Bari province (1518), and was part of the clientele of the cardinals Lorenzo Pucci and Francisco de Quiñones. Spent the last years of his life in the Aracoeli convent in Rome. several of his apocalyptic and kabbalistic works are now in the BAV.

manuscripts

Comm. in Apocalypsim (1524): Killiney, `Bibl. Francisc.' B. 25 (502 pp. Saec. xvii-xviii); BAV Lat. 5567; BAV Lat. 6046. This commentary stands in the line of Nicholas of Lyra’s prophetical historicism regarding the explanation of the main visions of the Book of Revelations, again actualised to fit recent events in European history. Hence the fifth seal ‘predicts’ the onslaught of the Turcs in the fifteenth and early sixteenth century

De Sacra Scriptura Recta Interpretanda: Rome, BAV>> See the article of Kleinhans. The work is dedicated to King Henry VIII of England and was completed in 1526. It starts out, like many exegetical handbooks before, with a long explanation of the vision of Ezekiel, and then continues with making Christ the interpretative ‘key’ to the Scriptures. Christ opens the meaning of Scripture in the course of time: hence the real meaning of the Bible becomes clear in the course of salvation history (reminiscent of Rupert of Deutz, Joachim and others?). The mystery of Christ’s passion and his workings in salvation history require both a literal and a spiritual exegesis. The latter is divided by the author in anagogical, typological, tropological (three kinds) and allegorical (three kinds) senses. On top of that, the author discerns seven ‘intellectus spirituales’. In short, there seems to be a distinct Joachite inspiration here, at least as far as the methodology is concerned. It also seems that the author was well-acquainted with the exegetical set-up of Bonaventure (notably his Collationes in Hexaëmeron).

>> see especially the manuscripts BAV Lat. 5568-9; BAV Lat. 5576; BAV Lat. 5575; BAV Lat. 5578; BAV Lat. 5579; BAV Lat. 5581; BAV Lat. 6046

editions

Oratio de Circumcisione Domini (Rome, 1515)

Opus toti Christianae Reipublicae maxime utile de Arcanis Catholicae Veritatis (…) ex Talmud, aliisque Hebraicis Libris nuper Excerptum/Opus de Arcanis Catholicae Veritatis, hoc est, In omnia difficilia V.T., ex Talmud aliisque Hebraicis libris, quum ante natum Christum, tum post scriptis, contra obstinatam Judeorum perfidiam, absolutissimus Commentarius (Ortona: G. Soncino, 1518/Basel, 1550 etc.). Also a defense of the exegetical ideas of cabbalism and an ‘exegetical’ work in which the author suggests ways to convince the Jews that Jesus is the Messias. He seeks to establish a purified biblical texts, based on the veritas hebraica, and states that the Jews should accept the message of Jesus as their own Old Testament is, in our Franciscan’s opinion, a testimony to his impending arival. To a considerable degree, the author introduces material from the Talmud, which in his eyes help to seek out the spiritual and mystical meaning of the Mosaic law, and therefore support the refutation of modern Jewish ‘litteralism’.

Defensorium Reuchlini[heavily dependent upon the Pugio Fidei of Raymundus Martini] See also the Responsum J. Reuchlini ad Galatinum (1515).

Epistola as J. Reuchlinum (Hagenau, 1519)

Oratio de Dominica Passione (Rome, 1522)

literature

Wadding, Script., 187ff; Sbaralea, III, 340; A. Kleinhans, ‘De vita et operibus P. Galatini OFM’, Antonianum, 1 (1926), 145-179, 327-356; D. Scaramuzzi, ‘Il pensiero di Galatino’, in: Duns Scoto nel Mezzogiorno d’Italia (Rome, 1927), 126-131; Cl. Schmitt, AFH, 57 (1964), 165-190; Encyclopedia Judaica VII, 262-263; Benigno Francesco Perrone, `Pietro Colonna Galatino, O.F.M. (1465-1540). In un testo di Mariologia francescana condotto con metodo `filologico-cabbalistico'', Studi Francescani, 80 (1983), 127-164; Cesare Vasoli, 'Pietro Galatino e la edizione di Ortona -1518- del 'De arcanis catholicae fidei", in: Cultura umanistica nel Meridione e la stampa in Abruzzo. Atti del Convegno, 12-14 novembre 1982 (L'Aquila, 1984), 93-118; R. Rusconi, ‘Circolazione di testi profetici tra ‘400 e ‘500: La figura di Pietro Galatino’, in: Il Profetismo Gioachimita tra Quattrocento e Cinquecento, ed. G. Podestà (Genoa, 1991), 379-397 [see also his articles ‘Circolazione di testi profetici agli inizi del Cinquecento’ and ‘Un Papa angelico prima del sacco di Roma’, in his work Profezia e profeti, 211-228, 265-294]; Hans Peterse, Jacobus Hoogstraaten gegen Johannes Reuchlin. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Antijüdaismus im 16. Jahrhundert, Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Europäische Geschichte Mainz, 165 (Mainz, 1995, passim; Sharon Leftley, Millenarian Thought in Renaissance Rome with Special Reference to Pietro Galatino and Egidio da Viterbo, PhD. Diss. (Bristol, 1996); Sharon Leftley, ‘Beyond Joachim of Fiore: Pietro Galatino’s Commentaria in Apocalypsim’, Franciscan Studies 55 (1998), 137-167; Roberto Rusconi, 'Circolazione di testi profetici agli inizi del Cinquecento: La figura di Pietro Galatino', in: Idem, Profezia e profeti alla fine del Medioevo, Opere di Gioacchino da Fiore. Testi e strumenti, 9 (Rome, 1999), 211-228; Giuseppe Veltri, 'Il lector prurdens e la Biblioteca della Sapienza antica: Pietro Colonna Galatino, Amato Lusitano e Azaria de' Rossi', in: Hebraica hereditas: studi in onore di Cesare Colafemmina, ed. Giancarlo Lacerenza (Naples, 2005), 369-386; Anna Morisi Guerra, ‘Escatologia e gioachimismo nel Quattrocento: Beato Amadeo, Benigno, Galatino’, in: Il ricordo del futuro. Gioacchino da Fiore e il gioachimismo attraverso la storia, ed. Fabio Troncarelli (Bari: Mario Adda Editore, 2006), 144-147; Saverio Campanini, "Quasi post vindemias racemos colligens'. Pietro Galatino und seine Verteidigung der christlichen Kabbala', in: Reuchlins Freunde und Gegner: kommunikative Konstellationen eines frühneuzeitlichen Medienereignisses, ed. Wilhelm Kühlmann (Ostfildern, 2010), 69-88.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Gallego (Pedro Gallego/Pedro González Pérez, d. 1267)

Born in Santa Marta de Ortigueira (La Coruña). Entered the order in the Toledo friary, where he also became guardian. In 1236, he was provincial minister of the Castilian province, and according to Juan Gil de Zamora, he came to the attention of King Fernando III and his son Alfonso. This caused his appointment as royal confessor of prince Alfonso, whom he probably accompanied on the military campain to Murcia in 1243-1244. After further conquests, Pedro was made the first bishop of Cartagena by Innocent IV. Pedro kept this position from 1250 until his death in 1267 Spain, where he died. Pedro Gallego was an important Arabist and part of the scientifically interested circle in thirteenth-century Castile. Translated several works from Arabic to Latin and advocated the study of Arabic in the schools. Three of his works are still known, namely the Liber de Animalibus et de Naturali Diversitate, a Summa de Astronomia, and the Regitiua domus.

manuscripts/editions

Liber de Animalibus et de Naturali Diversitate et Moribus Eorum ac de Membris, Astustia et Accidentibus Illorum Translatus ex Libro Aristotelis et Averois et Auctorum Arabum et Aliorum Commentartorum: MS Rome, BAV, Lat. 1288, ff. 131r-161r. [=translation of first nine books of the Historia Animalium and a abbreviation of Averroes’ commentary on De partibus Animalium]

Summa de Astronomia, ed. J. Martínez Gázquez & J. Samsó (Rome, 1994). Fragments edited in Studi Francescani 40 (1973), 79-96.

De Speculatione in Regitiva Domus/Compilata Breviatio de Scientia Domestica: Rome BAV Barb. Lat. 52 ff. 22r-24r; Paris BN Lat. 6818 ff. 28r-30v. Cf. AIA 24 (1925), 65-91. This is inspired by the Economica of Aristotle and additional Arab commentaries, and itself became a source of inspiration for the Siete Partidas of Alfonso X.

Petri Galleci Opera Omnia quae exstant: Summa de Astronomia, Liber de Animalibus, Regitiua domus, ed. José Martínez Gázquez Millennio Medievale, 20; Testi, 8 (Firenze, Sismel, Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2000). With thanks to Prof. Dr. Cándida Ferrero Hernández for this reference. [cf. Review in Archivo Ibero-Americano 61 (2001), 273f.]

literature

Auguste Pelzer, `Un traducteur inconnu: Pierre Gallego, franciscain et premier évêque de Carthagène (1250-1267)', in: Miscellanea Ehrle, I (Rome, 1924), 407-457; A. Lopez, `Pedro Gallego, primer Obispo de Cartagena', Archivo Ibero-Americano, 12:2 (70) (1925), 65-91; Juan Torres Fontes, ‘El obispado de Cartagena en el siglo XIII’, Hispania, CSIC 13 (1953), 339-401, 517-580; Martiniano Roncaglia, `I frati minori e lo studio delle lingue orientali nel secolo XIII', Studi Francescani, 25 (50) (1953), 182; José Martínez Gázquez, `La Summa de Astronomía de Pedro Gallego y el Liber de Aggregationibus scientie stellarum de al-Fargani', in: De Astronomia Alphonsi Regis: actas del Simposio sobre Astronomía Alfonsí celebrado en Berkeley (Agosto 1985) y otros trabajos sobre el mismo tema, ed. Mercè Comes, Roser Puig Aguilar & Julio Samsó Moya (Barcelona, 1987), 153-177; José Martínez Gásquez, ‘El ‘Liber de animalibus’ de Pedro Gallego, adaption del ‘Liber animalium’ aristotelico’, in: Roma, magistra mundi. Itineraria culturae medievalis. Mélanges offerts au Père L. E. Boyle à l'occasion de son 75e anniversaire, ed. Jacqueline Hamesse, 3 Vols. (Louvain-la-Neuve, 1998) II, 563-571; J. Samsó, ‘La cultura astrónomica de Pedro Gallego’, in: Petri Galleci Opera omnia, 176-186; Manuel de Castro, ‘Pedro Gallego, OFM’, Gran enciclopedia gallega XV, 98-99; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 118 (no. 338); José Martínez Gázquez, 'El Liber de animalibus de Pedro Gallego, adaptación del Liber animalium aristotélico', in: Roma, magistra mundi. Itineraria culturae medievalis. Mélanges offerts au Père L. E. Boyle à l'occasion de son 75e anniversaire, ed. Jacqueline Hamesse, Textes et études du moyen âge, 10: 1-3, 3 Vols. (Louvain: Université Louvain-la-Neuve, 1998) II, 563-571; H. Marquant, ‘Pedro Gallego (d. 1267) y la sciencia. Escritor, compilador, traductor? Una reflexión traductológica', in: La labor de traducción de los franciscanos, ed. A. Bueno García (Madrid, 2013), 127-144; Francisco Javier Rojo Alique, ‘Intelectuales franciscanos y monarquía en la Castilla medieval', Sémata. Ciencias Sociais e Humanidades 26 (2014), 297-318 (esp. 302-304)

 

 

 

 

Petrus Gonzalez (Pedro González, fl. c. 1709)

OFM. Member of the Andalucia province.

literature 

AIA 21 (1924), 205-206; AIA 15 (1955), 300-301; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 122 (no. 372).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Gonzáles de Mendoza (fl. early 17th cent.)

OFM. Bishop of Burgo de Osma, Granada, Zaragoza and Sigüenza. Died at Sigüenza in 1639

manuscripts

Relacion de las maravillas que Dios ha començado a obrar manifestando por ellas la santidad del venerable padre Fray Pedro Selleras (OFMObs): Madrid, Nac. 2353 [See: T. Francés de Urrutigoyti OFM, Vida y muerte, virtudes y prodigios del ven. P. fr. Pedro Selleras (Zaragoza, 1664) & J. Pérez Lopez O.F.M., Descripción de la vida y muerte del ven. P.Fr. Pedro Selleras (Zaragoza, 1703); AIA, 15 (1955), 445; AIA 15 (1955), 299 (?);Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 122 (no. 371>> same friar?)

literature

Revista de archivos, bibliotecas y museos 31 (1914), 21-22; Lucio Maria Nuñez, ‘Cuándo y dónde nació don Pedro González de Mendoza’, AIA 1 (1914), 206-271; Mariano López de Ayala y Ligués, ‘Algunas cartas de don Fr. Pedro González de Mendoza y otras relativas a él’, AIA 6 (1916), 443-461; Lorenzo Pérez, ‘Los duques de Pastrana’, AIA 18 (1922), 53-58; L. Pérez, Posición del arzobispo don Fr. Pedro González de Mendoza en la controversia de la Immacolada Concepción’, AIA 38 (1935), 45-75; Miguel Herrero, ‘Ratificación de fe religiosa de Fr. Pedro González de Mendoza’, Hispania 1:3 (1941), 109-112; AIA 15 (1955), 302-304; Ciriaco Morón, ‘Una visión inédita de la expulsión de los moriscos’, Salmanticensis 6 (1959), 483-502; José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) XI, nos. 1314-1317, 5949, 5952; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 122-123 (no. 375).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Hontoid (Pierre Hontoye/Hontoi, fl. late 16th cent.)

OFMRec. Belgian friar from Mons (Bergen) or Namur (Namen). Entered the strict Recollects in the Luxembourg friary, where he taught biblical theology. He wrote and published a set of commentaries on the Letters of Paul, as well as a six-volume work of sermons.

editions

Mens Apostolica, hoc est Commentarii de Genuino Sensu Apostolicarum Epistolarum quae Dominicis per Annum in Ecclesiis Leguntur (Luxembourg, 1603/Mainz-Cologne, 1604).

Sermones (Namur, s.a.).

literature

Wadding, Scriptores, 284; Andreas Valerius, Bibliotheca Belgica (Louvain, 1643), 745; J.Fr. Foppens, Bibliotheca Belgica II (Brussels, 1739), 984; A. Neijen, Biographie luxembourgeoise (Luxembourg, 1860), 253-254; Biographie Belg. IX, 442; R. Aubert, ‘Hontoye’, DHGE XXIV, 1071.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Hullegardis (Pierre de Hullegarde)

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literature

L. Ceyssens, ‘Pierre de Hullegarde, Commissaire géneral de la ‘Nation germano-belgica’, 1666-1670’, AFH 46 (1953), 279-301.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Iturbide (Pedro Iturbide, fl. later 18th cent.)

Franciscan missionary and medical author. Member of the missionary Colegio de Cristo Crucificado. His Compendio was apparently widely used.

editions

Compendio para que la operacion cesárea se praqctique conforme a las obras del doctor Antonio Rodríguez y D. Francisco Cangiemila (Guatemala, 1788).

literature

J.T. Medina, La Imprenta en Guatemala (Santiago de Chile, 1910), 229-230; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 39-40.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Jeghers (d. 1673)

Dutch friar>>

literature

DSpir VIII, 872

 

 

 

 

Petrus Johannis Olivi (Pierre de Jean Olieu/Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, ca. 1248-1298)

Friar from the Languedoc area. Born in Sérignan (near Béziers) c. 1248. Entered the order at Béziers, at the age of 12. Around 1268, the provincial minister Jaucelin (friend of Hugh of Digne, and future bishop of Orange), sent him to Paris for his lectorate studies. he stayed for four or five years at the studium generale of the Grand Couvent de Paris (where he also witnessed Bonaventure’s Collationes). His prolonged stay at Paris was probably justified by his additional role as an arts teacher for younger Franciscan friars. He might have lectured in that context on Aristotle’s Physics. Olivi Probably returned to Southern France with his lectorate testimonials in or around 1274. In Southern France, he became active as a lector in a series of important provincial studia (for instance in Narbonne and Montpellier, where he was active as lector biblicus between 1279-1282, during which period, Olivi produced an impressive series of biblical commentaries as well as disputed questions). For some time, several of his writings (esp. those in which he formulated his concept of usus pauper and writings containing some of his more daring epistemological and eschatological opinions) drew the attention of his superiors, probably at the instigation of the university bachelor Arnaud Gaillard, who had an axe to grind with Olivi, and denounced him. This lead to Olivi's temporary suspension as a teacher, his transferral to the friary of Nîmes, and a confiscation of his books/writings (c. 1282-85). See for details D. Burr, The Persecution of Peter John Olivi; Piron, ‘In Epistola ad Fratrem R..’ (1998) and the latter’s forthcoming article on the censures and condemnations of Petrus Iohannis Olivi). Under the minister general Matthew of Aquasparta, he was able to resume his teaching tasks at the studium generale of the Santa Croce in Florence (held Sentences lectures there between 1287-1289). Subsequently, he was appointed at the studium generale of Montpellier, with the support of minister general Raymond Geoffroy (Gaufredi). Following an exoneration at the general chapter of Paris (1292), Olivi returned to Narbonne, where he made the final redaction of his works. From that period date the final version of his Lectura super Apocalypsim, his famous letter to the children of Charles of Anjou, and his letter to Conrad of Offida. He died at Narbonne on 14 March, 1298. During his life he was revered for his ascetical and pious lifestyle. After his burial before the altar of the Franciscan convent church of Narbonne, his tomb became a pilgrim site, and his death was commemorated yearly, until the final condemnation of his Lectura super Apocalypsim by John XXII in 1326. At the order of the papacy and the Franciscan order leadership Olivi's tomb was destroyed and his body removed. This condemnation was a culmination of a general clamp-down by the order and the papacy on French and Italian spiritual factions within, and beguine factions alligned with the Franciscan order. For these spiritual and beguine groups, Olivi’s views on usus pauper, as well as his eschatological opinions had become a source of inspiration. Some of Olivi’s writings had already been condemned and destroyed a few years after his death under the minister generals John of Murrovalle (1296-1304) and Gonsalvus of Spain (1304-1313), and in the wake of condemnations at the general chapter of Marseille (1319), seven years before the final papal condemnation in 1326. Olivi’s spiritual, exegetical, and disciplinary works, as well as his memory continued to be cherished by (threatened) spiritual factions (cf. also Angelo Clareno and Ubertino of Casale), and received renewed attention by Observant spokesmen (a.o. Bernardino da Siena). His more academic philosophical and theological ideas proved to be formative in the transition of Franciscan scholastic thought between the 1270s and 1300 (see for instance the study of Davenport mentioned below).

manuscripts

Errores Condemnandi in Petri Ioannis Olivi Postilla super Apocalypsim: Paris, BN, Lat. 3381A (ca. 1318-9)

Memoriale (Abbr. Questions): Todi 95 ff. 22a-24b

Postilla in Job: Madrid, Nac., 100 [Castro, Madrid, n. 12]

Lectura super Joannem: MS Florence, Biblioteca Laurenziana Plut. 10 dext. 8.

Lectura super Matthaeum: MS BAV Vat. Lat. 10900; Oxford, New College 49.

Lectura super Apocalypsim: Florence, Laurenziana, Conv. sopp. 382; Florence, Laurenziana, Conv. sopp. 397 ff. 3-230; Messina, Univ. 282 (XIV) ff. 1-135; Paris, nat. lat. 713 (XIII) ff. 1-207; Rome Bibl., Angelica 382 ff. 1-232; BAV Vat. vat. lat. 4264

Quaestio XI de Perfectione Evangelica: MS Florence, Biblioteca Laurenziana 448.

Quaestio XIV de Perfectione Evangelica: MS Florence, Biblioteca Laurenziana 448.

Quaestio XV de Perfectione Evangelica: MS Florence, Biblioteca Laurenziana 448.

Opuscula (De Usu Paupere, Expositio Regulae, Quod Regula Fratrum Minorum Excludat a se Omnem Proprietatem, De Voto Paupertatis, Quaestio de Veritate Indulgentiae Portiunculae, Memorialia Ascetica et Tractatuli): Graz, Universitätsbibl. 1226 (14th cent.); Barcelona, Biblioteca Central de Catalunya ms 671 (rule commentary); Kórnik, Biblioteca Kornicka, Polskiej Akad. Nauk, cod. 97 ff. 229-232 [this Observant manuscript contains several other Franciscan pieces.]; Volterra, Guarnacciano 5230

Sermones: BAV Borghesiana 54 & 69; >>>>

Confessiones: Barcelona, Biblioteca Central de Catalunya ms 671 ff. 124v-129v [interesting manuscript with prayers and religious poetry, the Franciscan rule, Olivi’s rule commentary and his confessions, as well as the Soliloquia Isidori]; Florence>>>; Pistoia Forteguerri D. 298;

To be continued. See in general: Antonio Ciceri, Petri Iohannis Olivi Opera. Censimento dei manoscritti, Collectio Oliviana, 1 (Rome: Editiones Collegii S. Bonaventurae - Ad Claras Aquas, 1999); Sylvain Piron, ‘Compléments à l’inventaire des manuscrits d’Olivi’, AFH 90, 3-4 (1997), 591-596.

editions

Principium V in Sacram Scripturam, ed. in Bonaventura Opera Omnia (Strassbourg, 1495 & Venice, 1564); Principia I-V in Sacram Scripturam, ed. B. Bonelli, in: Supplementum Operum S. Bonaventurae, I (1772) & II (1773): New edition: Peter of John Olivi on the Bible, Principi Quinque in Sacram Scripturam. Postilla in Isaiam et in I ad Corinthos. Appendix: Quaestio de Obedientia et Sermones duo de S. Francisco, ed. David Flood & Gedeon Gál, Franciscan Institute Publications, Text Series, 18 (New York, 1997). See on this edition also the review in Wissenschaft und Weisheit 63 (2000), 149-152

Lectura super Genesim,  edited as: Peter of John Olivi on Genesis, ed. David Flood (St. Bonaventure: The Franciscan Institute Press, 2007) [cf. reviews in Collectana Franciscana 78 (2008), 388-390, AFH 101 (2008), 598-601, Analecta T.O.R. 179 (2007), 638-640]. Fragments of the texts were also published by. R. Busa, in: S. Thomae Aquinatis, Index Thomisticus, Sancti Thomae Aquinatis Operum Omnium indices et Concordantiae, VII (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 1980), 486-540 & in Sancti Thomae Aquinatis Opera Omnia, Vol. XXIII (Parma: Typis Petri Fiaccadori, 1868). See also Thomas, Opera Omnia, CD-Rom, Editoria Eletronica Editel, Milan, 1992 and the article: Sylvain Piron, ‘Note sur le commentaire sur la Genèse publié dans les œuvres de Thomas d’Aquin’, Oliviana, mis en ligne le 31 décembre 2003. URL: http://oliviana.revues.org/document22.html.

Petri Iohannis Olivi Postilla svper Iob, ed. Alain Boureau, Petri Iohannis Olivi Opera exegetica, 2, Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis, 275 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2015).

Expositio in Canticum Canticorum, ed. Johannes Schlageter, Collectio Oliviana 2 (Grottaferrata: Editiones Collegii S. Bonaventurae ad Claras Aquas, 1999). Cf. also Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, Commento al Cantico dei Cantici, trans. Francesca Borzumato, L’Anima del Mondi, 42 (Casale Monferrato: Edizione Piemme, 2001). [Cf. review in Collectanea Franciscana 72 (2002), 736f. as well as the older study of Francesca Borzumato, ‘Spunti di ricerca dall’Expositio in Canticum Canticorum di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, AFH 91 (1998), 551-570.]

Lectura super Proverbia et lectura super ecclesiasten, ed. Johannes Schlageter, Collectio Oliviana VI (Grottaferrata: Editiones Collegii S. Bonaventurae, 2003).

Postilla in Iesaiam, edited in: Peter of John Olivi on the Bible, Principi Quinque in Sacram Scripturam. Postilla in Isaiam et in I ad Corinthos. Appendix: Quaestio de Obedientia et Sermones duo de S. Francisco, ed. D. Flood & G. Gál, Franciscan Institute Publications, text Series, 18 (New York, 1997)

Expositio in Threnos, ed. Marco bartoli, in: Idem, La caduta di Gerusalemme. Il commento al libro delle lamentazioni di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi (Rome, 1991)

Lectura super Lamentationum Ieremie, in: Marco Bartoli, La Caduta di Gerusalemme. Il commento al Libro delle Lamentazioni di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi (Rome: ISIME, 1991).

Lectura in Matthaeum, ed. [excerpta, Mt. 10, 9-10] M.-T. D'Alverny, St. Thomas Aquinas, 1274-1974. Commemorative studies, Vol. II, ed. A. Maurer, E. Gilson et. al. (Toronto, 1974), 207-218.; Compendium de Virtute Humilitatis [=Super Matth. c. 18], in: S. Bonaventurae, Opera Omnia, VIII (Quaracchi, 1898), 658-662; Postilla Super Matth. 8, c. 1 ed. A. Emmen, Cahiers de Joséphologie, 14 (1966), 209-270; De Oratione Dominica [=In Matth. 6, 9-13], ed. F. Delorme, Archivio Italiano per la Storia della Pietà, 1 (1951), 179-218; In Matth. 5, 1-26, ed. T. Murtagh, Peter Olivi's Matthew Commentary: A Critical Edition of Chapter 5, verses 1-26 with a Commentary (Melbourne, 1992). See also the study of Decima L. Douie, in: Franciscan Studies 35 (1975), 62-92; Lectura super Mattheum, Prologus, ed. Sylvain Piron, in: Oliviana 4 (2012), to be found on URL: http://oliviana.revues.org/498.

Petri Iohannis Olivi, Lectura super Lucam et Lectura super Marcum, ed. Fortunato Iozelli, Collectio Oliviana, 5 (Grottaferrata (Rome): Ed. Collegii S. Bonaventurae ad Claras Aquas, 2010). Cf. Marco Bartoli, ‘Vivere il Vangelo alla fine dei tempi: le Lecturae super Lucam et super Marcum di Petrus Iohannes Olivi’, AFH 104 (2011), 271-283, as well as the review in Miscellanea Francescana 111:3-4 (2011), 585ff. On the basis of Iozelli's edition, an English translation of Olivi's commentary on the Gospel of Mark appeared as: Peter of John Olivi, Commentary on the Gospel of Mark, trans. Robert J. Karris (St. Bonaventure, NY: Franciscan Institute Publications, 2011). Cf. review in AFH 106:1-2 (2013), 310-311.

Postilla in Ioannem 19, 33, ed. V. Doucet, AFH, 28 (1935), 436-441.

Peter of John Olivi on the Acts of the Apostles, ed. David Flood, Franciscan Institute Publications. Text Series, 25 (St. Bonaventure NY, 2001). [cf. reviews in Collectanea Franciscana 71 (2001), 587f; AFH 95 (2002), 205-208; Wissenschaft & Weisheit 64 (2001), 327-330]

Postilla super Epistolas ad Romanos, ed. [excerpta] H. Denifle, Quellenbelege. Die abendländische Schriftausleger bis Luther über Justitia Dei (Rom. 1, 17) und Justificatio, Beitrag zur Geschichte der Exegese, der Literatur und des Dogmas im Mittelalter (Mayence, 1905), 157-160

I ad Corinthos, edited in: Peter of John Olivi on the Bible, Principi Quinque in Sacram Scripturam. Postilla in Isaiam et in I ad Corinthos. Appendix: Quaestio de Obedientia et Sermones duo de S. Francisco, ed. D. Flood & G. Gál, Franciscan Institute Publications, text Series, 18 (New York, 1997)

Petri Iohannis Olivi, Lecturae super Pauli Epistolas, ed. Alain Boureau, CCCM, 233 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2010). [review in AFH 104 (2011), 313-316].

Lectura super Apocalypsim, ed. Warren Lewis, in: Idem, Peter John Olivi: Prophet of the Year 2000, Ph.D. diss. (Tübingen, 1972) [Diss.] This work has been re-issued as: Peter of John Olivi, The Commentary on the Apocalypse, text established and translated by Warren Lewis, with editorial assistance by Robert J. Karris (St. Bonaventure NY: Franciscan Institute Publications, 2011)/Lectura super Apocalypsim, ed. Warren Lewis (Saint Bonaventure, NY: Franciscan Institute Publications, 2015). For a critical evaluation of the Lewis edition, see Alberto Forni & PAolo Vian, 'A proposito dell’edizione di Warren Lewis della Lectura super Apocalipsim di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi. Alcune osservazioni', Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 109:1-2 (2016), 99-161. An English translation based on the Lewis edition, also issued by Franciscan Institute Publications, appeared in 2016; Excerpts have been edited in I. Döllinger, Beiträge zur Sektengeschichte des Mittelalters, II: Dokumente vornehmlich zur Geschichte der Valdesier und Katharen (Munich, 1890), 527-585; In Apoc. 17, ed. F. Tocco, Il canto XXXII del Purgatorio, letto da Felice Tocco nella sala di Dante in Orsanmichele (Florence, 1903), 37-52; Super Apoc. 1, 4-8 & 1, 13-17 ed. G. Marcil, Franciscan Christology (Assisi, 1980), 116-138 See also Vian, and the studies of Raoul Manselli and David Burr mentioned below

Trattato provenzale di penitenza, ed. C. de Lollis, in: Studi di Filologia Romanza 5 (1890), 273-331.

Quattro operette ascetiche di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, in: R. Manselli, Spirituali e Beghini in Provenza (Rome, 1959), Appendice I, 267-296.

Confessiones, ed. A. Heysse>>>>

Questiones Logicales, ed. S. Brown, `P.J. Olivi, Quaestiones Logicales: Critical Text', Traditio, 42 (1986), 335-388.

De Perlegendis Philosophorum Libris, ed. Ferdinand Delorme, Antonianum 16 (1941), 37-44.

Lectura super IV Sent., d. 16, art. 20-21. Edited as Sylvain Piron, ‘Les premières leçons d’Olivi sur les restitutions: une critique des mœurs florentines’, Oliviana 4 (2012), to be found on http://oliviana.revues.org/527 .

Quaestiones disputatae/Summa Quaestionum super Sententias, edited as: ed. (E. Stadter, Franz. Studien, 44 (1962), 2-12 partial: Pars I, q. 1); Quaestiones in Secundum Librum Sententiarum, ed. B. Jansen, Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 4-6, 3 Vols (Quaracchi, 1921-1926) [edition based on MS BAV Vat. lat. 1116. The title of the edition is misleading, as these questions do, in fact not belong to a completed Sentences course, but are disputed questions]. Cf also Christian Rode, ‘Drei Texte zur Theorie der Erkenntnis (I) und zur Species-Lehre (II-III)’, Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch fur Antike und Mittelalter 13 (2008), 171-210 [German version of Quaestiones in Secundum Librum Sententiarum]; Memoriale Quarundam Quaestionum [II Sent. q. 15, 21, 31, 51] ed. F. Delorme, in: Vitalis de Furno, Quodlibeta Tria, Spicilegium Pontificii Anthenaei Antoniani, 5 (Rome, 1947), 249-260; Commentarius Ordinarius in II Librum Sententiarum, Dist. 24, a. 2, a.3., q.1-2, & Quaestiones in II Sententiarum, ed. F. Simoncioli, Il problema della libertà umana in Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e Pietro de Trabibus (Milan, 1956), 183-188; II sent. Dist. 24, ed. E. Longpré, Studi Francescani, NS, 8 (1922), 277-290; An Virtus Sit in Sola Voluntate Intellectuali (...), ed. F. Graf, De subiecto psychico gratiae et virtutum secundum doctrinam scholasticorum usque ad medium saec. XIV; Pars prima. De subiecto virtutum cardinalium II, Studia Anselmiana 3-4 (Rome, 1935), 4*-16*; Quaestio Quid Ponat Ius vel Dominium (De Signis Voluntariis) [Summa IV??], ed. Ferdinand Delorme, Antonianum, 20 (1945), 316-330; Quaestiones de Novissimis ex Summa super IV Sententiarum, ed. Petrus Maranesi, Collectio Oliviana, 8 (Grottaferrata: Ed. Collegii s. Bonaventurae ad Claras Aquas, 2004) [On the basis of Padua Bib. Univ. 2094 ff. 156-179; BAV Vat.Lat. 4986 ff. 112-127v, cf. review in CF 75 (2005), 719-721]; Traité des démons. Summa, II Questions 40-48, trans. Alain Boureau, Bibliothèque scolastique, 2 (Paris: Les belles lettres, 2011).

Quaestio I de Perfectione Evangelica: An Contemplatio sit Melior ex Suo genera Quam Omnis Alia Actio, ed. Aquilinus Emmen & Feliciano Simoncioli, Studi Francescani, 60 (1963), 402-445.

Quaestio II de Perfectione Evangelica: An Contemplatio sit Principalius in Intellectu quam Voluntate ed. A. Emmen & F. Simoncioli, Studi Francescani, 61 (1964), 113-167 [check!]

Quaestio III de Perfectione Evangelica: An Studere sit Opus de Genere Suo Perfectum, ed. A. Emmen & F. Simoncioli, Studi Francescani, 61 (1964), 113-167.

Quaestio IV de Perfectione Evangelica: An Aliquod Opus Vitae Activae Praeter Regimen Animarum et Praedictionem sit Melius ex Suo Genere Quam Studium, ed. A. Emmen & F. Simoncioli, Studi Francescani, 61 (1964), 113-167.

Quaestio V de Perfectione Evangelica: An Sit Melius Aliquid facere Ex Voto Quam Sine Voto, ed. A. Emmen, Studi Francescani, 63 (1966), 88-108.

Quaestio VI de Perfectione Evangelica: An Virginitas Sit Simpliciter Melior Matrimonio, ed. A. Emmen, Studi Francescani, 64 (1967), 11-57.

Quaestio VII de Perfectione Evangelica: ?

Quaestio VIII de Perfectione Evangelica: An Status Altisime Paupertatis Sit Simpliciter Melior Quam Omni Statu Divitiarum, ed. Johannes Schlageter, in: Das Heil der Armen und das Verderben der Reichen, Petrus Johannis Olivi OFM: Die Frage nach der höchsten Armut (Werl: Dietrich Coelde Verlag, 1989).

Quaestio IX de Perfectione Evangelica: An Usus Pauper Includatur in Consilio seu in Voto Paupertatis Evangelice, Ita Quod Sit de Eius Substantia et Integritate, ed. D. Burr, P.I.Olivi, De Usu Paupere, the `Quaestio' and the `Tractatus' (Florence-Perth: Leo S. Olschki, 1992), 1-85.

Quaestio X de Perfectione Evangelica: An Pauperibus Evangelicis Sit Perfectius et Convenientius Victum Suum Acquirere per mendicitatis Quaestum aut per Manuale Opus seu Laboritium, ed. D. Flood, AFH, 87 (1994), 299-347.

Quaestio XI de Perfectione Evangelica:

Quaestio XII de Perfectione Evangelica: An Romano Pontifici in Fide et Moribus Sit ab Omnibus Catholicis tamquam Regule Inerrabili Obdiendum, ed. Michaele Maccarone, Rivista di Storia della Chiesa in Italia, 3 (1949), 325-343 & ed. M. Roncaglia, in: Les frères mineurs et l'Eglise grecque orthodoxe au xiiie siècle (1231-1274), Biblioteca bio-bibliografica della Terra Santa et dell'Oriente francescano, S. Quarta, Studi II (Le Caire, 1954), 249-264 >>? ed. Delorme, Antonianum 16 (1941), 143-164.

Quaestio XIII de Perfectione Evangelica: An Papa Possit Renuntiare Papatui, ed. L. Oliger, AFH 11 (1918), 340-366.

Quaestio XIV de Perfectione Evangelica: Quod Papa Possit ab Omni Voto Dispensare, ed.  By Marco Bartoli in: Quaestiones de Romano Pontifico,  ed. Marco Bartoli (Grottaferrata, 2002).[replete with a long introduction on Olivi’s views on papal power, as well as editions of the Quodlibetal questions 18, 19 and an extract of the Lectura super Apocalipsom (‘De Perfectionisbus Summi Pastoris’)]

Quaestio XIV de Perfectione Evangelica, edited together with Quaestio X in David Flood. "Peter Olivi Quaestio de mendicitate, critical édition". Archivum Franciscanum Historicum. 87 (1994): 299-347.

Quaestio XVI de Perfectione Evangelica: An Professio Paupertatis Evangelice et Apostolice Possit Licite ad Talem Modum Vivendi reduci, Quodammodo Sufficienter Vivat de Possessionibus et Redditibus a Papa vel Mundanis Principibus Certis Procuratoribus Commisis, ed. D. Burr & D. Flood, Franciscan Studies, 40 (1980), 15-58.

Quaestio XVII de Perfectione Evangelica: An Vovens Evangelium vel Aliquam regulam Simpliciter et Absque Determinatione Teneatur Observare Omnia, Que in Eis Sunt Contenta, Ita Quod Semper Peccet Mortaliter Contra Quodcumque Illorum Agendo, ed. F. Delorme, Antonianum 16 (1941), 131-164.

Quastio XVIII de Perfectione Evangelica: De Votis Dispensandis, edited in Petri Iohannis Olivi Quaestiones de Romano Pontifice, ed. Marco Bartoli, Collectio Oliviana, IV (Rome, 2002). Cf. review of Schlageter in CF 73 (2003) 665ff.

Petri Iohannis Olivi Questiones circa Matrimonium. Editio prima et Commentarius Theologicus, ed. Antonio Ciceri, Collectio Oliviana 3 (Grottaferrata (Rome), 2001). Cf. reviews in Wissenschaft und Weisheit 65 (2002), 306ff.; Collectanea Franciscana 71 (2001), 587-591; Franciscan Studies 59 (2001), 278-281; Frate Francesco 69 (2003), 263-265]

Quaestiones quatuor de Domina, ed. Dionisio Pacetti (Quaracchi: Collegium S. Bonaventurae, 1954).

Quaestio de Voto Regulam Aliquam Profitentis, ed. F. Delorme, Antonianum, 16 (1941), 143-164

Quaestio de Connexione Virtutum, ed. O. Lottin, in: Psychologie et morale aux xiie et xiiie siècles, IV: Questions de morale, 3, 2 (Louvain-Gembloux, 1954), 629-631.

Quaestio de Mendicitate, ed. D. Flood, in: AFH, 87 (1994), 287-347.

De Emptionibus et Venditionibus, de Usuris et Restitionibus, ed. Giacomo Todeschini, Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo, Studi Storici, 125-126 (Rome, 1980); Usure, compere e vendite. La scienza economica del XIII secolo, e. A. Spicciani, P. Vian & C. Andenna, Europía. Cronache, segreti e sogni nel Medioevo (Milan: Jaca Book, 1998).

Tractatus de contractibus. A partial translation can be found in: S. Piron, ‘Le traitement de l’incertitude commerciale dans la scolastique médiévale’, Journal électronique d’histoire des probabilités et de la Statistique 3:1 (June 2007), on line: (includes translations of extracts of PJO's De contractibus). The complete work was edited, translated and introduced in: Pierre de Jean Olivi, Traité des Contrats, ed. & trans. Sylvain Piron, Bibliothèque Scholastique, 5 (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2012). See on this also the review by David Burr in TMR 13.07.17. and by David Flood in Franciscan Studies 72 (2014), 511-513. The edition of Piron has also received a full English translation in A Treatise on Contracts - Peter of John Olivi, ed. Sylvain Piron & trans. Ryan Thornton & Michael Cusato (St. Bonaventure, NY: Franciscan Institute Publications, 2016). For a Portuguese translation, see: Tratado sobre os Contrato, trans. Joice Beatriz da Costa & Luis Alberto de Boni (Porto: Edições Afrontamento, 2016).

Quaestio de Trinitate, ed. M. Schmaus, in: Der Liber Propugnatorius des Thomas Anglicus und die Lehrunterschiede zwichen Thomas von Aquin und Duns Scotus, Teil 2, Band 2, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie und Theologie des Mittelalters, 29/2 (Münster, 1930), 143*-228*

Quaestiones de Incarnatione et redemptione, Quaestiones de Virtutibus, ed. Aquilino Emmen & Ernst Stadter , Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 24 (Grottaferrata: Collegium San Bonaventurae, 1981).

Quaestiones Quattuor de Dominia, ed. D. Pacetti, Bibliotheca Franciscana Ascetica Medii Aevi, 8 (Quaracchi, 1954).

Quaestio de Scientia Divina, edited as: Question disputée sur la science divine et les idées en Dieu, ed. & trans. Sylvain Piron, in: Sur la science divine. Textes présentés et traduits sous la direction de Jean-Christophe Bardout & Olivier Boulnois, Épimétée: essais philosophiques (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2002), 204-225.

Quaestiones de Signis Voluntariis, ed. F. Delorme, Antonianum 20 (1945), 316-330.

Quaestiones de Romano Pontifice, ed. Marco Bartoli, Collectio Oliviana, IV (Grottaferrata-Rome: Editiones Collegii S, Bonaventurae ad Claras Aquas, 2002). [a.o. reviews in Collectanea Franciscana 73 (2003), 665-670; Bulletin de Théologie et de Philosophie Médiévale 71 (2004), 398f]

Quodlibeta (Venice: Lazarus de Soardis, 1505). These were re-edited as: Quodlibeta Quinque, ad fidem codicum nunc primum edita cum introductione historico-critica, ed. Stephano Defraia, Collectio Oliviana VII (Grottaferrata: Frati editori di Quaracchi, 2002). [Cf. Schlageter, 2003 & reviews in Collectanea Franciscana 73 (2003), 665-670; Carthaginensia 20 (2004), 413-415] The old imprint by Lazaro de Soardi (the full title of which is: Quodlibeta petri Joannes Provenzalis doctoris solenissimi ordinum minorum) also contains the bulk of Olivi’s polemical and apologetical texts. See on this older edition, and particularly on the relationship of this early sixteenth-century printed text with Olivi’s own manuscripts (including the general tables compiled by Olivi for his complete works) the remarks of Rhodes (1956) & Piron (2006).

Quodlibeta, ed. (in prep.) Alain Boureau.

Modus Quomodo Quilibet Potest referre Gratias Deo (...) etc., ed. Raoul Manselli, Spirituali e Beghini in Provenza (Rome: ISIME, 1959), 274-290.

Quaestio de Angelicis Influentiis, in: S. Bonaventurae, Collationes in Hexaemeron et Bonaventuriana Quaedam Selecta, ed. Ferdinand Delorme, bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 8 (Quaracchi, 1934), 140-145, 363-412. [The Quaestio de Angelicis Influentiis is the first question of Olivi’s Expositio super Dionysii de Angelica Hierarchia]

Quaestio de Locutionibus Angelorum: Presented and edited in: Sylvain Piron, ‘Petrus Johannis Olivi. Quaestio de locutionibus angelorum’, Oliviana, mis en ligne le 31 décembre 2003. URL : http://oliviana.revues.org/document27.html (an extract of Olivi’s Lectura/Expositio super librum de angelica hierarchia. The four manuscripts of this work are : Basel, Univ. Bibl., A. VI. 24; Madrid, Bibl. Nac., cod. 75; Vatican, B.A.V., Vat. lat. 899 and B.A.V. Urb. lat. 480 (best ms). Sylvain Piron is preparing a full edition of the complete work.

Quaestio an in homine sit liberum arbitrium – Ueber die menschliche Freiheit. Lateinisch-Deutsch, trans. & introd. Peter Nickl, Herders Bibliothek der Philosophie des Mittelalters, 8 (Freiburg-Basel-Vienna: Herder, 2006).>> one of his quodlibeta? >>check Collectanea Franciscana 78 (2008), 390-392.

Tractatus de Usu Paupere, ed. D. Burr & D. Flood, De Usu Paupere. The `Quaestio' and the `Tractatus' (Florence-Perth: Leo S. Olschki, 1992), 87-148.

Tractatus de Paupertate Minorum, ed. Damien Ruiz, in: Revirescunt Chartae, Codices, Documenta, Textus. Miscellanea in honorem Fr. Caesaris Cenci OFM (Rome, 2002), 1033-1064. Olivi wrote this work on request of his provincial minister in the leading up to the appearance of Exiit qui seminat (hence before 14 August 1279). Cf. the remarks of H. Dedieu in AFH 96 (2003), 276.

Quod regula Fratrum Minorum Excludit Omnem Proprietatem, in: Firmamentum Trium Ordinum (Paris, 1511), IV, 107vb-111rb

Responsio in capitulo generali quando fuit requisitus quid de usu paupere sentiret, ed. A. Heysse, AFH 11 (1918), 264-269 [Responsio [Quarta] Petri Ioannis in Capitulo Generali (Montpellier 1287).

Expositio super Regulam, ed. David Flood, as Peter Olivi's Rule Commentary, VIEG, 67 (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1972).

De renuntiatione papae Coelestini V, quaestio et epistola, ed. L. Oliger, 'Petri Iohannis Olivi. De renuntiatione papae Coelestini V, quaestio et epistola [ad Conradem de Offida]'. Archivum Franciscanum Historicum, 11 (1918), 307-373;

Epistola ad Conradum de Offida., ed. C. Kilmer, E. Marmursztejn & S. Piron, AFH 91 (1998), 33-64.

Epistola ad fratrem R, ed. Cynthia Kilmer, Elsa Marmursztejn, Sylvain Piron, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 91 (1998), 33-64 & 133-171. This text can also be found in Olivi’s Quodlibeta (Venice: Lazarus de Soardis, 1509).

Epistola ad regis Siciliae filios, ed. H. Denifle, Archiv für Literatur- und Kirchengeschichte des Mittelalters, 3 (1887), 534-540 & ed. C. Vielle, in: Saint Louis d'Anjou. Évêque de Toulouse. Sa vie, son temps, son culte (Vanves, 1930), 469-472

Impugnationes XXXVII Articulorum Adversus Opiniones Doctorum Quorundam Ipse Supprimere Voluit, in: Quodlibeta, ed. L. Soardi (Venice, 1509), ff. 42r-49v.

Responsio Quam fecit Petrus Ioannis ad Litteram Magistrorum Praesentatam Sibi in Avinione, ed. Damasus Laberge, AFH 28 (1935), 115-197, 374-407.

Responsio [Secunda] Fratris Petri Ioannis Olivi ad Aliqua Dicta (...), ed. Damasus Laberge, AFH, 28 (1935), 374-407

Amplior Declaratio [=Responsio Tertia] Quinti Articuli qui est de Divina Essentia, ed. D. Laberge, AFH, 29 (1936), 98-141, 365-387

Epistola/Littera Quam Misit [P.I. Olivi] Parisius Recribendo Fratri Raymundo Gaufredi et Sociis Eius Nondum Generali Ministro, ed. in: Quodlibeta (Venice, 1509), ff. 51/63va-53/65rb & ed. F. Gratien, Études franciscaines, 29 (1913), 416-422

Utrum Motus Localis Dicat Aliquid Absolutum Supra Mobile Ipsum Quod Movetur Localiter, ed. A. Meier, Zwischen Philosophie und Mechanik. Studien zur Naturphilosophie der Spätscholastik, Storia e Letteratura, 69 (Rome, 1958), 299-319

Treatise on the Pater Noster ed. F. Delorme, Archivio Italiano per la Storia della Pietà, 1 (1951), 179-218 [part of his commentary on Matthew]

Petri Ioannis Olivi Questio VI de Novissimis: ‘An beati diligant meliores se plus quam se’’,  ed. Pietro Maranesi, in: Revirescunt Chartae Codices Documenta Textus. Miscellanea in Honorem P. Caesaris Cenci OFM, ed. Alvaro Cacciotti & Pacifico Sella, Medioevo, 5 I-II (Rome: Pontificium Athenaeum Antonianum-Edizioni Antonianum, 2002), 993-1032.

Quaestio de Veritate Indulgentia Portiunculae, ed. P. Péano, 'La Quaestio fr. Petri Iohannis Olivi sur l'indulgence de la Portioncule', AFH, 74 (1981), 33-76 & ed. I. Jeiler, Acta Ordinis Minorum 14 (1895), 139-145. See also: Marco Bartoli, ‘La ‘Quaestio de indulgentia Portiunculae’ di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, in: Assisi anno 1300, ed. Stefano Brufani & Enrico menestò, Medioevo francescano, Saggi 6 (S. Maria degli Angeli-Assisi: Edizioni Porziuncola, 2002), 183-207.

Quaestio de Paupertate adversus Thomam>>

De Honestate Contractus Sensus, ed. A.M. Mruk, Gregorianum, 44 (1963), 560-577

Tractatus `Quoniam Multum Placet Mihi', ed. D. Pacetti, Studi Francescani, 52 (1955), 83-86

Tractatus de Verbo, ed. Robert Pasnau, Franciscan Studies 53 (1993), 121-153.

De obitu fratris Petri Iohannis et quid receptis sacramentis dixit ed. in: Albanus Heysse, 'Descriptio codicis Bibliothecae Laurentaniae S. Crucis plut. 31 sin. cod. 3.', Archivum franciscanum historicum 11 (1918), 267-269.

Solemnis Confessio Facta Ante Obitum, ed. L. Wadding, Annales Minorum V (Quaracchi, 1931), 425-427

Sermones Duo de S. Francisco, edited in: Peter of John Olivi on the Bible, Principi Quinque in Sacram Scripturam. Postilla in Isaiam et in I ad Corinthos. Appendix: Quaestio de Obedientia et Sermones duo de S. Francisco, ed. D. Flood & G. Gál, Franciscan Institute Publications, text Series, 18 (New York, 1997).

Informatio Petri Johannis ad Virtutum Opera, ed. D. Pacetti, Studi Francescani 52 (1955), 83-86 & ed. R. Manselli, in: Spirituali e Beghini in Provenza (Rome, 1959), 278-281 [shows to a disciple 14 considerations for persevering in the love for God and in the perfection of the virtues. The considerations start with a meditation on God and the passion of Christ, and from there spread out over related meditative issues, and the ways in which to deal with the dangers of the world. Interestingly, Olivi warns against the seacrh for visions and revelations. In prayer and contemplation, people should exhibit humility, and use the available instruments, such as confession, prayer, communion, fasting, and charity]

Modus quomodo quilibet potest referre gratias Deo de beneficiis ab Eo receptis, ed. R. Manselli, in: Spirituali e Beghini in Provenza (Rome, 1959), 274-278 [Amounts to a long prayer on the issue of grace, and the love of Christ, and an invitation to imitate the life of Christ by excercising the virtues of poverty, humility, and the acceptance of suffering]

De 14 gradibus amoris gratiosi>>

Exercens se sacris orationibus et meditationibus sive sacris affectionibus>>

De oratione vocali>>

Tractatus de Septem Sentimentis Christi Iesu, cf. M. Bartoli, ‘Il Tractatus de septem sentimentis Christi Iesu di Pietro di Giovanni Olovi’, AFH 91 (1998), 533-549.

Brevis monitio ad amorem divinum obtinendum>>

De septem sentimentis Christi Iesu, ed. Marco Bartoli, in: Idem, ‘Le opere di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi nella Biblioteca di Giovanni da Capestrano’, in: S. Giovanni da Capestrano: un bilancio storiografico, 47-80 (ed. pp. 70-80).

Miles Armatus, ed. R. Manselli, in: Spirituali e Beghini in Provenza (Rome, 1959), 287-291; for Provencal versions, see: Ingrid Arthur, ‘Lo Cavalier Armat, version provençale du Miles armatus attribué à Pierre Jean Olivi’, Studia Neophilologica 31 (1959), 43-64; Raoul Manselli, ‘Lo Cavalier armat (texte provençal édité d’après le ms. 9 de la Bibl. conv. Chiesa Nuova d’Assise)’, in: La Religion populaire en Languedoc du XIIIe siècle à la moitié du XIVe siècle, Cahiers de Fanjeaux 11 (Toulouse, 1976), 203-216 [describes the armament of the true religious soldier, arms he needs to evade the perils of the last times. His most important protections are the fervor of faith, the renouncement of self-confidence, and the confidence in Christ]. On the influence of Olivi’s spiritual works, see also: Raoul Manselli, ‘Les opuscules spirituels de Pierre Jean-Olivi et la piété des béguins de langue d’oc’, in: La Religion populaire en Languedoc du XIIIe siècle à la moitié du XIVe siècle, Cahiers de Fanjeaux 11 (Toulouse, 1976), 187-201.

De septem tentationibus>>

Remedia contra tentationes spirituales hujus temporis, ed. R. Manselli, in: Spirituali e Beghini in Provenza (Rome, 1959), 282-287 (on the basis of MS Voltera, Biblioteca Guarnacciana 5230). An Italian translation can be found in Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, Scritti scelti, trans. Paolo Vian, Fonti cristiane per il terzo millennio 3 (Rome, 1989), 160-166. This was reprinted in Mistici Francescani Secolo XIV, II (Assisi-Bologna, 1997), 559-587. There are medieval provencal versions of the Remedia and of Olivi’s other works of spiritual direction. One provencal version of the Remedia has been edited in C. de Lollos, ‘Trattato provenzale di penitenza’, Studi di filologia romanza 5 (1890), 285-293. The Remedia were rather successful. They were widely used and reworked in the late medieval world (until Vincent Ferrer). Cf. also A. Sisto, ‘Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, il beato Venturino da Bergamo e san Vincenzo Ferreri’, Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa 1 (1965), 268-273; P. Vallin, ‘Note à propos du ‘De remediis contra temptationes spirituales’’, Revue d’ascétique et de mystique 45 (1969), 453-455; J. Vennebusch, ‘Zur Überlieferungsgeschichte des Traktates ‘De remediis contra temptationes spirituales’ (Petrus Johannis Olivi, Venturinus de Bergamo, Ludolphus de Saxonia, Johannes Gerson)’, Scriptorium 33 (1979), 254-259.

Visionis mystice narratio>>

Pierre de Jean Olivi, Sur la matière. Textes introduits, traduits et annotés, trans. Tiziana Suarez-Nani, Catherine König-Pralong, Olivier Ribordy & Andrea A. Robiglio, Translatio: Philosophies médiévales (Paris: Vrin, 2009). [cf. review in AFH 103 (2010), 265-267]

to be continued (Further editions in progress of Olivi's biblical and philosophical works by Marco Bartoli, Alain Boureau, Antonio Ciceri, David Flood, Anna d'Alessandro, Fortunato Iozzelli, Alfonso Marini, Stefano Recchia, en Paolo Vian).

Against Olivi: Littera Septem Sigillorum contra doctrinam Petri Ioannis Olivi, ed. G. Fussenegger, AFH 47 (1954), 45-53.

Against Olivi: Series condemnationum et processorum contra doctrinam et sequaces Petri Ioannis Olivi (ex cod. Vat. Ottob. Lat. 1816)’, ed. L. Amorós, AFH 24 (1931), 495-512.

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Cenci, ‘Sermoni anonimi già attribuiti à Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’ Antonianum 73 (1998), 43-77; Marco Bartoli, ‘Opere teologiche e filosofiche di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, AFH 91 (1998), 455-467; Marco Bartoli, ‘Il Tractatus de Septem Sentimentis Christi Iesu di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, AFH 91 (1998), 533-549; Francesca Borzumato, ‘Spunti di ricerca dall’Expositio in Canticum Canticorum di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, AFH 91 (1998), 551-570; David Burr, ‘L’Opera di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, AFH 91 (1998), 327-334; Antonio Ciceri, ‘Pietro di Giovanni Olivi: censimento-inventario dei manoscritti. Considerazione preliminari e prospettive’, AFH 91 (1998), 335-356; David Flood, ‘The Franciscan and Spiritual Writings of Peter Olivi’, AFH 91 (1998), 469-473; Paolo Vian, ‘Fra Gioacchino da Fiore e lo spiritualismo francescano: lo Spirito Santo nella ‘Lectura super Apocalipsim’ di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, Parola Spirito e Vita 38 (1998), 237-250; Josep Perarnau Espelt, ‘Opere di fr. Petrus Johannis in processi catalani d’inquisizione della prima metà del XIV secolo’, AFH 91 (1998), 505-516; S. Recchia, ‘Opera ‘Sancti’ Petri Joannis Olivi ab admiratore transcripta. Il codice 1444 della Biblioteca Oliveriana di Pesaro’, AFH 91 (1998), 475-504; Sylvain Piron, ‘Les oeuvres perdues d’Olivi: essai de reconstitution ’, AFH 91 (1998), 357-394 [see also other articles in this volume of the AFH]; Zdzislaw Jósef, Kijas, ‘Piotr Jan Olivi (1248-1298). Kontrowersyjny teolog i egzegeta franciszkanski’, Studia Franciszkanskie 9 (1998), 99-123J. Schlageter, ‘Die neue Aktualität mittelalterlicher Spiritualität am Beispiel des Franziskaners Petrus Johannis Olivi’, Thur. Franciscana 53 (1998), 396-499; Sylvain Piron, ‘Marchands et confesseurs. Le ‘Traité des contrats’ d’Olivi dans son contexte (Narbonne, fin XIIIe-début XIVe siècle)’, in: L’argent au Moyen Âge, 289-308; Pierre de Jean Olivi (1248-1298). Pensée scolastique, dissidence spirituelle et société. Actes du colloque de narbonne (mars 1998), ed. Alain Boureau & Sylvain Piron, Études de philosophie médiévale, 79 (Paris: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 1999) [very important collection on almost all aspects of Olivi’s thought by a range of specialists. A.o. Robert Pasnau, ‘Olivi on human freedom’, 15-25; Ruedi Imbach & François-Xavier Putallaz, ‘Olivi et le temps’, 27-39; Vincenzo Mauro, ‘La questione della ratio ligata e Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, 57-70; Sylvain Piron, ‘La liberté divine et la destruction des idées chez Olivi’, 71-89; Alain Boureau, ‘Le concept de relation chez Pierre de Jean Olivi’, 41-55; ‘Gilbert Dahan, ‘L’exégèse des livres prophétiques chez Pierre de Jean Olieu’, 91-114; David E. Flood, ‘Poverty as a virtue, poverty as a warning, and Peter of John Olivi’, 157-172; Marco Bartoli, ‘Olivi et le pouvoir du pape’, 173-191; Luca Parisoli, ‘La contribution de l’ecole franciscaine à la naissance de la notion de liberté politique: les données préalables chez Pierre de Jean Olivi’, 251-263; David Burr, ‘Did the Béguins Understand Olivi?’. 309-318; Giacomo Todeschini, ‘Olivi e il mercator cristiano’, 217-237 etc. See also review of Maranesi in Collectanea Franciscana 70 (2000), 237-243]; Jordi Gayà, ‘Informe Olivi sobre una teoría acerca de las razones reales esenciales’, Studia lulliana 39:95 (1999), 3-23; Anne Davenport, ‘Peter Olivi in the Shadow of Montségur’, Vivarium 37, 2 (1999), 114-142; Anne Ashley Davenport, Measure of a Different Greatness. The Intensive Infinite, 250-1650, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters LXVII (Leiden-Boston-Köln: Brill, 1999), esp. 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Aertsen & Andreas Speer, Miscellanea Mediaevalia, 27 (Berlin, 2000), 93-103; François-Xavier Putallaz, ‘Entre grâce et liberté: Pierre de Jean Olivi’, in: Geistesleben im 13. Jahrhundert, ed. Jan A. Aertsen & Andreas Speer, Miscellanea Mediaevalia, 27 (Berlin, 2000), 104-115; Ivan Colin, ‘Pierre de Jean Olivi: un penseur franciscain méconnu [† 1298]’, Heresis 32 (juin 2000),97-122; José António de C. Rodriguez de Souza, ‘A renúncia do Papa na visão de um pensador medieval, Pedro de João Olivi, O. Min. (1248-1298)’, Teocomunicação 30 (2000), 303-364; Takashi Shogimen, ‘Academic controversies’, in: The Medieval Theologians, ed. G.R. Evans (Oxford: Blackwell, 2000), 233-249; Paolo Vian, ‘Tempo escatologico e tempo della Chiesa: Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e i suoi censori’, in: Sentimento del tempo, 137-183; David Flood, ‘Recent studies on Peter Olivi’, Franciscan Studies 58 (2000), 111-119; Johannes Schlageter, ‘Menschwerdung Gottes - Hoffnung wider alle Hoffnung? Christologischer Rückblick auf Petrus Johannis Olivi aus aktuellem Interesse’, in: Menschwerdung Gottes, 36-61; Inos Biffi, ‘La figura di Maria nella “Quaestio de consensu virginali” di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, in: La sapienza della parola, 267-290; Sylvain Piron, ‘Perfection évangelique et moralité civile. Pierre de Jean Olivi et l’éthique économique franciscaine’, in: Ideologia del credito fra Tre e Quattrocento: dall’Astesano ad Angelo da Chivasso. Atti del Convegno internazionale, Asti, 9-10 giugno 2000, ed. B. Molina & G. Scarcia, Collana del Centro Studi sui Lombardi e sul Credito nel Medioevo, 3 (Asti, 2001), 103-143; Joël Biard, ‘Intention et presence: la notion de presentalitas au XIVe siècle’, in: Ancient and Medieval Theories of Intentionality, ed. Dominik Perler, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 76 (Leiden: Brill, 2001), 265-282; Dominik Perler, ‘Essentialism and direct realism. Some late medieval perspectives’, Topoi 19 (2001), 111-122; Louis-Jacques Bataillon, ‘Études médiévales. Pierre de Jean Olivi’, Revue des Sciences Philosophiques et Théologiques 85 (2001), 815-818; Susanne Conrad, ‘Franziskanische Armut als Heilsgarantie. Das Zusammenspiel von vita evangelica und Apokalyptik im Armutsverständnis des Petrus Johannis Olivi’, in: In propossito paupertatis. Studien zum Armutsverständnis bei den mittelalterlichen Bettelorden, ed. Gert Melville & Annette Kehnel, Vita Regularis, 13 (Münster-Hamburg-London: LIT-Verlag, 2001), 89-99; Giorgio Brugnoli, ‘Tracce di Pierre de Jean Olieu nella ‘Divina Commedia’’, in: San Francesco e il francescanesimo nella letteratura italiana dal XIII al XV secolo, ed. Stanislao da Campagnola & Pasquale Tuscano (Assisi: Accademia Properziana del Subasio, 2001), 139-168; David Flood, ‘Peter John Olivi and the end of History’, Medioevo 26 (2001), 137-159; José Antonio de Camargo Rodriguez de Souza, ‘El poder papal en el ‘De renuntiatione papae’ de Pedro de Juan Olivi’, Patristica et Mediaevalia 22 (2002), 30-44; Pietro Maranesi, ‘Il IV libro della Summa quaestionum di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi. Un’ipotesi di soluzione’, AFH 95:1-2 (2002), 53-92; Johannes Schlageter, ‘Von göttlicher in menschlicher Liebe. Überlegungen zum Canticum-Kommentar des Fr. Petrus Johannis Olivi (d. 1298)’, Thuringia Franciscana 57 (2002), 283-297; Johannes Baptist Freyer, ‘Aufbruch in ein neues Millennium – Die Bedeutung der Freiheit für die theologische Geschichtsvorstellung bei dem Franziskaner Petrus Johannis Olivi (1248-1298)’, Wissenschaft und Weisheit 65 (2002), 197-214; Kevin H. Hughes, ‘Eschatological union: the mystical dimension of history in Joachim of Fiore, Bonaventure, and Peter Olivi’, Collectanea Franciscana 72:1-2 (2002), 105-143; Warren Lewis, ‘Freude, Freude! Die Wiederentdeckung der Freude im 13. Jahrhundert: Olivi’s Lectura super Apocalipsim als Blick auf die Endzeit’, in: Ende und Vollendung. Eschatologische Perspektiven im Mittelalter, ed. Jan A. Aertsen & Martin Pickavé, Miscellanea Medievalia 29 (Berlin-New York, 2002), 657-683; Giacomo Todeschini, ‘Carità e profitto nella dottrina economica francescana da Bonaventura all’Olivi’, Franciscan Studies 60 (2002), 325-339; Anne A. Davenport, ‘Private apocalypse: spiritual gnosis in Saint John Cassian and Peter John Olivi’, in: Ende und Vollendung. Eschatologische Perspektiven im Mittelalter, ed. Jan A. Aertsen & Martin Pickavé, Miscellanea Medievalia 29 (Berlin-New York, 2002), 641-656; Alain Boureau, ‘Les cinq sens dans l’antropologie cognitive franciscaine. De Bonaventure à Jean Peckham et Pierre de Jean Olivi’, Micrologus 10 (2002), 277-294; Johannes Schlageter, ‘Petrus Johannis Olivi (1248-1298). Armut in höchster Souveränität, Freiheit und Offenheit’, in: Franziskanische Stimmen. Zeugnisse aus acht Jahrhunderten, ed. Paul Zahner (Munich-St. Anna: Edition Coelde-Butzon & Bercker, 2002), 50-56; Richard Cross, ‘Absolute time: Peter John Olivi and the Bonaventurean Tradition’, Medioevo 27 (2002), 261-300; Kevin L. Hughes, ‘Eschatological Union: The mystical dimension of history in Joachim of Fiore, Bonaventure, and Peter Olivi’, Collectanea Franciscana 72:1-2 (2002), 105-143; Richard Cross, The Metaphysics of the Incarnation : Thomas Aquinas to Duns Scotus (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002) [much info on Olivi] ; Dominik Perler, Théories de l'intentionnalité au Moyen Age, Conférences Pierre Abélard, 1 (Paris: Vrin, 2003) [devotes a full chapter to Olivi]; Kevin Madigan, Olivi and the Interpretation of Matthew in the High Middle Ages (University of Notre Dame Press, 2003); Marco Bartoli, ‘Riflessioni a partire dal commento al Cantico dei Cantici di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, Frate Francesco 69 n.s. (2003), 233-242; François-Xavier Putallaz, ‘Peter Olivi’, in: A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages, ed. Jorge J.E. Gracia & Timothy B. Noone, Blackwell Companions to Philosophy, 24 (Oxford: Blackwell, 2003),  516-523; Tiziana Suarez-Nani, ‘Pierre de Jean Olivi et la subjectivité angélique’, Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du moyen âge 70 (2003), 233-316; Johannes Schlageter, ‘Unterschiedliche Schwerpunkte in zwei neuen Editionen von Olivi-Schriften’, Collectanea Franciscana 73 (2003), 665-670; Fabio Troncarelli, ‘La chiave di David. Profezia e ragione in un manoscritto pseudogioachimita della Biblioteca Nazionale di Roma’, Frate Francesco: Rivista di cultura francescana 69 (2003), 5-55 [Argues that MS Rome, Biblioteca Nazionale, cod. V. E. 1502, containing the pseudo-Joachite Isaiah commentary and the Praemissiones, was copied in Montpellier shortly before 1292, and that a gloss in the manuscript is in the hand of Olivi]; Sylvain Piron, ‘The Formation of Olivi’s Intellectual Project’,  Oliviana, mis en ligne le 31 décembre 2003. URL : http://oliviana.revues.org/document8.html; Frank Lane, ‘Freedom and Authority: The Law, Peter Olivi, and the Second Vatican Council’, Franciscan Studies 62 (2004), 155-178; François-Xavier Putallaz, ‘Petrus Johannis Olivi. Verteidigung der Armut und Kritik der Kirche’, in: Die Kirchenkritik der Mystiker. Prophetie aus Gotteserfahrung, Band I: Mittelalter, ed. Mariano Delgado & Gotthard Fuchs, Studien zur christlichen Religion und Kulturgeschichte, 2 (Fribourg-Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer Verlag, 2004), 205-244; Zdzislaw J. Kijas, ‘Piotr Jan Olivi w polemice z biblijna egzegeza zydowska’, Studia Warminskie 41-42 (2004-2005), 63-75 [Olivi’s polemics against Hebrew exegesis]; Theo Kobusch, ‘Petrus Johannis Olivi: ein franziskanischer Querkopf’, in: Querdenker. Visionäre und Außenseiter in Philosophie und Theologie, ed. Markus Knapp & Theo Kobusch (Darmstadt: WBG, 2005), 106-116; Theo Kobusch, ‘Person-die verkörperte Selbstreflexivität. Grundstrukturen der Personenlehre des Petrus Iohannis Olivi’, in: Selbstbewußtsein und Person im Mittelalter, ed. Günther Mensching, Contradictio, 6 (Würzburg: Echter Verlag, 2005), 67-79; B. Jansen, ‘Olivi, o mais velho representante escolástico do conceito hodierno de movimento’, Scintilla 2 (2005), 181-203; José António de Camargo Rodrigues de Souza, ‘Pedro de João Olivi O.Min. (1248-1298) e os limites do poder papal na esfera temporal’, in: Itinéraires de la raison. Études de philosophie médiévale offertes à Maria Cândida Pacheco (Louvain-la-Neuve: Brepols, 2005), 309-326; Sergio Vatteroni, ‘La version occitane de l’‘Exercens’ attribué à P.J. Olivi (Assisi, Bibl. storico-Francescana di Chiesa Nuova, ms. 9)’, in: Études de langue et de littérature médiévales offerts à Peter T. Ricketts, ed. D. Billy & A. Buckley (Turnhout: Brepols, 2005), 187-196; David Flood, ‘Geist und Geschichte bei Petrus Ioannis Olivi’, in: Das Franziskanische Verständnis des Wirkens des Heiligen Geistes in Kirche und Welt, ed. Herbert Schneider, Veröffentlichungen der Duns-Skotus Akademie, 21 (Mönchengladbach: B. Kühlen Verlag, 2005), 56-65; José Antônio C.R. de Souza, ‘Pedro de João Olivi O.Min. e os limites do poder papal na esfera temporal’, in: Itinéraires de la raison. Études de philosophie médiévale offertes à Marie Cândida Pacheco, ed. J.F. Meirinhos, Textes et Etudes du Moyen Age, 32 (Louvain-la-Neuve: FIDEM, 2005), 309-326; Antonio Montefusco, ‘Un testo francescano ‘multimediale’: lettura del ‘Miles armatus’/Cavalier Armat’ di Pierre de Jean Olieu’, La Parola del Testo 11 (2005), 285-306; Gian Carlo Garfagnini, ‘Il dovere della libertà e i limiti dell’obbedienza: Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e la ‘universalissima potestas’ pontificia’, in: Con l’ali de l’intelletto. Studi di filosofia e di storia della cultura, ed. Fabrizio Meroi (Florence” Leo S. Olschki, 2005), 1-23; Francesco Bottin, ‘Giovanni Olivi e la critica al ‘verbum interius’, in: Idem, Filosofia medievale della mente, Subidia mediaevalia patavina/Centro interdipartimentale per le ricerche di filosofia medievale Carlo Giacon, Università degli studi di Padova, 7 (Padua: Il Poligrafo, 2005), 101-112; A. Walko, ‘Piotr, syn Jana Oliviego’, in: Filozofia franciszkanów, ed. Stanislaw Celestyn Napiorkówski & Edward Iwo Zielinski, 3 Vols., Biblioteka Instytutu Franciszkanskiego, 18 (Niepokalanów, 2005) I, 225-240; Sylvain Piron, ‘Olivi et les averroïstes’, Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie 53-1 (2006), 251-309 (discussing Olivi’s parisian education, his knowledge of Siger of Brabant, and the meaning of his attack against the "averroists". There are also a few comments on Gugliemo de Baglione, Roger Bacon and Matteo d'Aquasparta's parallel attacks on Siger and Averroism); Sylvain Piron, ‘Franciscan Quodlibeta in Southern Studia and at Paris, 1280-1300’, in: Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages. The Thirteenth Century, ed. Chris Schabel (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2006), 403-438 (esp. pp. 410-416); S. Piron, ‘Censures et condamnation de Pierre de Jean Olivi: enquête dans les marges du Vatican’, Mélanges de l’Ecole française de Rome – Moyen Age 118:2 (2006), 313-373 (also discusses Arnaud Gaillard, Bonagrazia da Bergamo and our dear Ubertino da Casale); Sylvain Piron, ‘Autour d’un autographe (Borgh. 85, fol. 1-11)’, Oliviana 2 (2006), on line: http://oliviana.revues.org/document40.html (takes issue with Fabio Troncarelli, ‘La chiave di David. Profezia e ragione in un manoscritto pseudogiochimita della Biblioteca Nazionale di Roma’, Frate Francesco. Rivista di Cultura francescana, 69:1 (2003), 5-55); Sylain Piron, ‘Censures et condamnation de Pierre de Jean Olivi : enquête dans les marges du Vatican’, Mélanges de l’Ecole française de Rome – Moyen Age 118:2 (2006), 313-373; José António de Camargo Rodrigues de Souza, ‘Pedro de João Olivi OFM (1248-1298). Tres ‘Quaestiones quodlibetales’ sobre o poder papal na esfera temporal’, Teocommunicaçaõ 36 (Porto Alegro, 2006), 75-92; Mikko Yrjönsuuri, ‘Types of Self-Awareness in Medieval Thought’, in: Mind and Modality. Studies in the History of Philosophy in Honour of Simo Knuuttila, ed. Vesa Hirvonen, Toivo J. Holopainen and Miira Tuominen, Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History, 141 (Leiden: Brill, 2006), 153-169; José António de C.R. de Souza, ‘Pedro de João Olivi O.Min (1248-1298) e a ‘potestas universalissima papae’, in: Idade Média: Tempo do mundo - Tempo dos homens - Tempo de Deus, ed. José António de C.R. de Souza (Porto Alegre: EST, 2006), 452-461; Alberto Forni, ‘Dialogo tra Dante, e il suo maestro. La metamorfosi della ‘Lectura super Apocalypsim’ di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi nella ‘Divina Commedia”, Bulletino \del Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo 108 (2006), 83-122; V.S. Benfell III, ‘Dante, Peter John Olivi, and the Franciscan Apocalypse’, in: Dante and the Franciscans, ed. Santa Casciani, The Medieval Franciscans, 3 (Leiden: Brill, 2006), 9-50; Sylvain Piron, ‘L’expérience subjective chez Pierre de Jean Olivi’, in: Généalogies du sujet. De saint Anselme à Malebranche, ed. Olivier Boulnois (Paris: Vrin, 2007), 43-54; Mikko Yrjönsuuri, ‘The Soul as an Entity. Dante, Aquinas, and Olivi’, in: Forming the Mind: Essays on the Internal Senses and the Mind/Body Problem from Avicenna to the Medical Enlightenment, ed. H. Lagerlund, Studies in the History of the Philosophy of Mind, 5 (Dordrecht: Springer, 2007), 59-92; Marco Bartoli, ‘Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e la ‘sanctorum communio’. Riflessione spirituale o modello di economia politica?’, Scintilla 4:2 (Curitiba, Brasil, 2007), 33-74; A.P. Tavares Maghalães, ‘A trajectória e a obra de Pedro de João Olivi (c. 1248-1298): fundamentos para a elaboração do pensamiento franciscano’, Scintilla 4:2 (Curitiba, Brazil, 2007), 109-124; Luca Parisoli, ‘Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e la libertà della volontà, tra metafisica e filosofía politica’, Scintilla 4:2 (Curitiba, Brasil, 2007), 125-136; M.A. Fernandes, ‘Hermenéutica cristá da temporalidade e historicidade: polifonia interpretativa - do Novo Testamento a Pedro João Olivi’, Scintilla 4:2 (Curitiba, Brazil, 2007), 137-174; Sylvain Piron, ‘L'expérience subjective selon Pierre de Jean Olivi’, in: Généalogies du sujet. De saint Anselme à Malebranche, ed. O. Boulnois (Paris: Vrin 2007), 43-54; Robert J. Karris & David Flood, ‘Peter Olivi on the Early Christian Community (Acts 2:42-47 and 4:32-35): The Christian Way with Temporalities’, Franciscan Studies 65 (2007), 251-280; Juhana Toivanen, ‘Peter Olivi on Internal Senses’, British Journal on the History of Philosophy 15 (2007), 427-454; S. Piron, ‘Le traitement de l’incertitude commerciale dans la scolastique médiévale’, Journal électronique d’histoire des probabilités et de la Statistique 3:1 (June 2007), on line: (includes translations of extracts of PJO's De contractibus); Louisa A. Burnham, So Great a Light, So Great a Smoke: The Beguin Heretics of Languedoc, Conjunctions of Religion and Power in the Medieval Past (Ithaca, N.Y.- London: Cornell UP, 2008) cf. review in Speculum 84:4 (Oct. 2009), 1016-1017; Silvestro Nessi, ‘Pier di Giovanni Olivi e Dante nella glorificazione dell’Ordine francescano a Montefalco’, Il Santo 48 (2008), 267-282; Catherine König-Pralong, ‘Pierre de Jean Olivi, doctrine et influence. Freiburg (Suisse), Atelier de philosophie médiévale, 24-25 octobre 2008’, Bullettin de Philosophie Médiévale 50 (2008), 398-413; Alberto Forni, ‘L’aquila fissa nel sole. Un confronto tra Riccardo di San Vittore, Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e Dante’, in: Scritti per Isa. Raccolta di studi offerti a Isa Lori Sanfilippo (Istituto storico italiano per Medio Evo, 2008), 531-473; Edith Pásztor, ‘Le polemiche sulla ‘Lectura super Apocalipsim’ di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi fino alla sua condanna’, in: Edith Pásztor, Intentio beati Francisci. Il percorso difficile dell'Ordine francescano (secoli XIII-XV), ed. Felice Accrocca, Bibliotheca seraphico-capuccina, 85 (Rome, Istituto Storico dei Cappuccini, 2008), 57-103; Edith Pásztor, ‘Giovanni XXII e il gioachimismo di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, in: Edith Pásztor, Intentio beati Francisci. Il percorso difficile dell'Ordine francescano (secoli XIII-XV), ed. Felice Accrocca, Bibliotheca seraphico-capuccina, 85 (Rome, Istituto Storico dei Cappuccini, 2008), 105-128; Edith Pásztor, ‘L’escatologia gioachimitica nel francescanesimo: Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, in: Intentio beati Francisci, 249-267; Edith Pásztor, ‘Girolamo d’Ascoli e Pietro di Giovanni’, in: Intentio beati Francisci, 269-285; Sylvain Piron, ‘Dé-platoniser la hiérarchie céleste: l’interprétation du Pseudo-Denys par Pierre Jean Olivi’, in: Angels in Medieval Philosophical Inquiry. Their Function and Significance, ed. Isabel Iribarren and Martin Lenz (Ashgate: 2008), 29-44; Tiziana Suarez-Nani, Catherine König-Pralong & Olivier Ribordy, ‘Piere de Jean Olivi, Sources, doctrine et influence, 24-25 octobre 2008 [chronicle of the conference]’, Bulletin de philosophie médiévale 50 (2008), 398-413; Christian Rode, ‘Der Begriff der inneren Erfahrung bei Petrus Johannis Olivi’, Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch fur Antike und Mittelalter 13 (2008), 123-141; Mikko Yrjönsuuri, ‘Perceiving one’ own body’, in: Theories of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy, Studies in the History of Philosophy of Mind, 6 (Springer Verlag, 2008), 101-116; Albert Schmucki, Selbstbesitz und Hingabe: Die Freiheitsanthropologie des Petrus Johannis Olivi im Dialog mit dem modernen Freiheitsverständnis, Dissertatio ad Lauream N. 413 (Rome: Pontificia Universitas Antonianum, 2008); Albert Schmucki, Selbstbesitz und Hingabe. Die Freiheitstheologie des Petrus Iohannis Olivi im Dialog mit dem modernen Freiheitsverständnis, Veröffentlichungen der Johannes-Duns-Scotus-Akademie für franziskanische Geistesgeschichte und Spiritualität, 27 (Mönchengladbach: B. Kühlen Verlag, 2009). [a.o. review in AFH 102 (2009), 347f; Wissenschaft & Weisheit 72 (2009), 151-153]; F.A. van Liere, ‘Andrew of Saint-Victor and His Franciscan Critics’, in: The Multiple Meaning of Scripture. The Role of Exegesis in Early-Christian and Medieval Culture, ed. Ineke van’t Spijker, Commentaria. Sacred Texts and Their Commentaries: Jewish, Christian and Islamic, 2 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 291-310; François-Xavier Putallaz, ‘Thomas d’Aquin, Pierre Olivi. Figures enseignantes de la vie contemplative’, in: Vie active et vie contemplative au Moyen Âge et au seuil de la Renaissance. Études réunies par Christian Trottmann, Collection de l’École française de Rome, 423 (Rome: l’École française de Rome, 2009), 371-384; Marco Bartoli, ‘Bonaventura, Olivi e le Quaestiones de perfectione evangelica’, in: Religioni e doctrinae. Miscellanea di studi offerti a Bernardino de Armellada in occasione del suo 80o compleanno, ed. Aleksander Horowski, Bibliotheca Seraphico-Capuccina, 89 (Rome: Istituto Storico del Cappuccini, 2009), 175-189; Luca Parisoli, ‘L’attesa escatoligica in Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, in: Francescanesimo e cultura nella provincia di Messina, 249-260; Juhana Toivanen, Animal Consciousness. Peter John Olivi on Cognitive Functions of the Sensitive Soul Jyväskylä Studies in Education, Psychology and Social Research, 370 (Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, 2009) [to be obtained via http://www.pdf-archive.com]; Marco Bartoli, ‘Vivere il Vangelo alla fine dei tempi: le Lecturae super Lucam et super Marcum di Petrus Iohannes Olivi’, AFH 104 (2011), 271-283; Alberto Forni & Paolo Vian, ‘Un codice curiale nella storia della condanna della Lectura super Apocalipsim di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi. Il Parigino latino 713 (I)’, Collectanea Franciscana 81:3-4 (2011), 479-558; Antonio Montefusco, ‘Structure and Tradition of Pierre Olieu’s opuscula: Inner Experience and Devotional Writing’, Franciscan Studies 69 (2012), 153-174; Alberto Forni, ‘Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e Dante. Un progetto di ricerca’, Collectanea franciscana 82 (2012), 87-156 [a textual comparison of the Commedia with Olivi’s Lectura super Apocalipsim]; Alberto Forni & Paolo Vian, ‘Un codice curiale nella storia della condanna della Lectura super Apocalipsim di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi: Il Parigino Latino 713, II’, Collectanea Franciscana 82 (2012), 563-677 [continuation of the article in Collectanea Franciscana 81 (2011), 479-558.]; Holly J. Grieco, ‘The boy bishop and the "uncanonized saint" St. Louis of Anjou and Peter of John Olivi as models of Franciscan spirituality in the fourteenth century’, Franciscan Studies 70 (2012), 247-282; Sylvain Piron, ‘L’herméneutique évangélique olivienne’, Oliviana 4 (2012), to be found on http://oliviana.revues.org/765 ; Antonio Montefusco, ‘Per l’edizione degli opuscula di Pierre de Jean Olivi: sul corpus e la cronologia’, Oliviana 4 (2012), to be found on http://oliviana.revues.org/555 ; Gerhard Leibold, ‘Intentionalität bei Petrus Johannis Olivi’, in: Universalità della ragione. Pluralità delle filosofie nel Medioevo. Atti del XII Congresso Internazionale di Filosofia Medievale sul tema ‘Universalità della ragione - Pluralità delle filosofie nel Medioevo’ (Palermo, 16 / 22 settembre 2007), ed. Alessandro Musco, Rosanna Gambino, Luciana Pepi, Patrizia Spallino & M. Vasallo, 2 Vols. (Palermo, 2012) II, 963-968; Antonio Montefusco, 'Contestazione e pietà. Per una stratigrafia di un monumento della diaspora beghina (Assisi, Chiesa Nuova, 9)', Revue d'histoire des textes n.s. 7 (2012), 251-328 [on the importance of taking convolute manuscripts seriously, in this case focused on a manuscript that also includes vernacular works by Olivi]; Susan Brower-Toland, ‘Olivi on Consciousness and Self-Knowledge: The Phenomenology, Metaphysics, and Epistemology of Mind's Reflexivity’, Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy 1 (2013), 136-171; J. Toivanen, Perception and the Internal Senses: Peter of John Olivi on the Cognitive Functions of the Sensitive Soul (Leiden: Brill, 2013); Valerio Gigliotti, La tiara deposta. La rinuncia al papato nella storia del diritto e della chiesa, Biblioteca della Rivista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa. Studi, 29 (Florence: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2013) [Review in Collectanea Franciscana 85:1-2 (2015), 285-287]; Andrew Rosato, ‘The Interpretation of Anselm’s Teaching on Christ’s Satisfaction for Sin from Alexander of Hales to Duns Scotus’, Franciscan Studies 71 (2013), 411-444 (40-431); Juhana Toivanen, ‘Perceptual Self-Awareness in Seneca, Augustine, and Olivi’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 51 (2013), 355-382; Christian Rode, ‘Peter of John Olivi’s Theory of the Verbum in Comparison with William of Ockham's Intellectio-Theory’, in: ‘In principio erat Verbum’: Philosophy and Theology in the Commentaries on the Gospel of John (II - XIV Centuries), ed. Fabrizio Amerini, Archa verbi. Subsidia, 11 (Münster, 2014), 215-228; Maria Caterina Jacobelli, La povertà francescana e il capitalismo medioevale negli scritti di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, I maestri francescani, 19 (Rome: Editrice Miscellanea Francescana, 2014) [Review in Collectanea Franciscana 85:1-2 (2015), 306-307]; Fortunato Iozelli, ‘La fede nella Lectura super Lucam di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, in: Fides Virtus. The Virtue of Faith from the Twelfth to the Early Sixteenth Century, ed. Marco Forlivesi, Riccardi Quinto, Silvana Vecchio et al., Archa Verbi. Yearbook for the Study of Theology, Subsidia 12 (Münster: Aschendorff, 2014), 87-110; Dominic Whitehouse, ‘Peter Olivi on Human Self-Knowledge: A Reassessment’, Franciscan Studies 72 (2014), 173-224 [in part with recourse to Question 76 of In Sent. II]; David Burr, ‘Olivi, Fra Dolcino, and the Beast’, Franciscan Studies 72 (2014), 411-432; Sylvain Piron, ‘Litteralior. L’englobement du spirituel dans le littéral selon Pierre de Jean Olivi’, Annali di scienze religiose 7 (2014), 179-195; Gloria Frost, ‘Peter Olivi’s Rejection of God's Concurrence with Created Causes’, British journal for the history of philosophy 22 (2014), 655-679; Hans Thomas Adriaenssen, ‘Peter John Olivi and Peter Auriol on Conceptual Thought’, Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy 2 (2014), 67-97; Emily Corran, ‘Peter John Olivi’s Ethics of Lying and Equivocation: Casuistical teaching drawn from his commentaries on Matthew 5:37 and Luke 24:28’, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 108:1-2 (2015), 89-113; Emily Corran, ‘Lying, Equivocation and Mental Reservation: Peter John Olivi in the Context of Thirteenth Century Thought’, Studi Francescani 112:1-2 (2015), 5-26; Clément Lenoble, ‘Monnaie, valeur et citoyenneté chez Olivi et Eiximenis. ‘Moralisation de l'économie’ ou ‘économie politique’ médiévale?’, Médiévales 68 (2015), 161-180; Chiara Mancinelli, ‘La influencia del ‘Tratado sobre contratos’ de Olivi en el ‘Tractat de avaricia’ de Eiximenis: un ejemplo de circulación de la moral económica en el mediterráneo’, in: Tra il Tirreno e Gibilterra. Un Mediterraneo iberico?, ed. Luciano Gallinari & Flocel Sabaté Curull, 2 Vols. (Cagliari, 2015) I, 99-135; Emily Corran, ‘Peter John Olivi's ethics of lying and equivocation: casuistical teaching drawn from his commentaries on Matthew 5:37 and Luke 24:28’, Archivum franciscanum historicum 108 (2015), 89-113; David Burr, ‘Olivi, Maifreda, Na Prous, and the Shape of Joachimism, ca. 1300’, Franciscan Studies 73 (2015), 275-294; Katherine Wrisley Shelby, ‘Economic Justice, Franciscans, and Poverty: Insights and Challenges from Peter of John Olivi. Compte rendu du symposium du Franciscan Institute, St Bonaventure University, 12-15 juillet 2015’, Études Franciscaines n.s. 8:2 (2015), >>; Pietro di Giovanni Olivi Frate Minore. Atti del XLIII Convegno internazionale Assisi, 16-18 ottobre 2015 (Spoleto: CISAM, 2016) [Interesting volume with contributions by, for instance, J. Chiffoleau & C. Lenoble (historical context), Tiziana Suarez-Nani (on Olivi's spiritual philosophy), Fortunato Iozelli (on Olivi as an exegete, Damien Ruiz (Olivi on the rule and the order in an apocalyptical framework), G. Ceccarelli (On Olivi's Tractatus de Contractibus), Antonio Montefusco (on Olivi's 'bilingual project' dissident memory,etc.) [Substantial review by David Flood in Franciscan Studies 75 (2017), 533-536]; Tiziana Suarez-Nani, ‘Pierre de Jean Olivi : la matière et l’esprit’, Études franciscaines n.s. 9:1 (2016), >>; Sylvain Piron, ‘Olivi and Bonaventure Paradoxes of Faithfulness’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 1-14; David Burr, Olivi, ‘Christ’s Three Advents, and The Double Antichrist’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 15-40; Juhana Toivanen, ‘Voluntarist Anthropology in Peter of John Olivi’s De contractibus’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 41-65; Dabney Park, ‘Peter of John Olivi on the Universal Power of the Papacy’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 67-124; Marco Bartoli, ‘Olivi and the Church of Martyrs’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 125-145; Pietro Delcorno, ‘Following Francis at the Time of the Antichrist: Evangelical Poverty and Worldly Riches in the Lectura super Lucam of Peter of John Olivi’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 147-176; David Flood, ‘Peter Olivi and Franciscan Poverty’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 177-184; Willem Marie Speelman, ‘The Franciscan usus pauper As The Gateway Towards An Aesthetic Economy’, Franciscan Studies 74 (2016), 185-205; Alberto Forni & Paolo Vian, ‘Ubertino da Casala, Tedaldo della Casa e Ambrogio Massari da Cori. A proposito di un brano omesso e tagliato nel prologo della ‘Lectura super Apocalipsim’ di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi’, in: La lettera e lo spirito. Studi di cultura e vita religiosa (secc. XII-XV) per Edith Pasztor, ed. Marco Bartoli, Letizia Pellegrini & Daniele Solvi, Biblioteca di frate Francesco, 17 (Milan, 2016), 129-156; Antonio Montefusco & Sylvain Piron, ‘In vulgari nostro: Présence et fonctions du vernaculaire dans les oeuvres latines d’Olivi’, Oliviana. Mouvements et dissidences spirituels XIIIe-XIVe siècles 5 (2016) [http://oliviana.revues.org/904]; Dominic Whitehouse, ‘Peter of John Olivi's Allusions to the Condemnation of 7 March 1277 in Question 57 of His Quaestiones in secundum librum Sententiarum', Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 109:1-2 (2016), 47-98; Alberto Forni & PAolo Vian, 'A proposito dell’edizione di Warren Lewis della Lectura super Apocalipsim di Pietro di Giovanni Olivi. Alcune osservazioni', Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 109:1-2 (2016), 99-161; Felice Accrocca, 'Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, Ubertino da Casale, Angelo Clareno. Tre leader del movimento degli spirituali', in: Storia della spiritualità francescana, I: secoli XIII-XVI, ed. M. Bartoli, W. Block & A. Mastromatteo (Bologna: Edizione Dehoniane, 2017), 325-346; Filippo Sedda, 'Olivian Echoes in the Economic Treatises of Bernardine of Siena and John of Capistrano', Franciscan Studies 75 (2017), 385-405; Anna Pegoretti, ‘‘Nelle scuole delli religiosi’: materiali per Santa Croce nell'età di Dante’, L'Allighieri. Rassegna dantesca n.s. 18:50 (July-December 2017), 5-56.

 

With thanks to dr. Sylvain Piron and dr. David Flood OFM

 

 

 

 

Petrus Josephus de Parra (Pedro José de Parras, d. 1784)

OFM. Franciscan missionary and author. Joined the Franciscans in the Aragon province and absolved his sacerdotal training in the San Francisco friary of Sarragossa. Was invited to join a missionary expedition to Río de la Plata in August 1748, departing with six other Franciscan friars in 1749. He worked for several decades in South America, keeping up a diary about his activities and missionary journeys. He was guardian in Buenos Aires, provincial definitor and provincial of the Paraguay province. He was also attached to the university of Universidad de Córdoba del Tucumán. Pedro returned to Spain afterwards, where he became inquisitorial advisor for Aragon and fulfilled several other functions for his order. He worked for a while as secretary to the general comissioner for the Spanish Indies in Madrid and later became guardian of the Sarragossa friary. He died in 1784.

editions

Gobierno de los regulares de la América ajustado religiosamente a la voluntad del rey, 2 Vols. (Madrid, 1783). This works also contains a missionary 'theology', elaborated with recourse to the writings of Bonaventure, Giovanni da Capestrano and a wealth of order statutes.

Diario y derrotero de sus viajes, 1749-1753: España, Río de la Plata, Paraguay (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Argentinas 'Solar', 1943). This work is now also available in html format at the Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes [http://www.cervantesvirtual.com/obra/diario-y-derrotero-de-sus-viajes-17491753-espanario-de-la-platacordobaparaguay--0/]

literature

Ana María Velázquez Zambrano, 'La Universidad de Córdoba del Tucumán a la etapa franciscana (1767-1800)', Archivo Ibero-Americano,46:181-184 (1986), 901-924; Jaime González Rodríguez, 'Tribulaciones de un autor residente en América: el caso del rector de Córdoba Pedro José de Parras (1775-83)', Revista complutense de historia de América 17 (1991), 139-166; Ernesto J.A. Maeder, ‘Fray Pedro José de Parras, O.F.M.. Una visión crítica de las misiones franciscanas de Guaraníes’, in: Un aporte a la historia de la cultura de los siglos XVII-XX. II Simposio sobre Bibliotecas y Archivos del área franciscana en América, España y Portugal. Buenos Aires, 26-28 de Agosto de 2004, ed. J. Bunader & C.A. Lértora Mendoza (Buenos Aires: Editorial Castañeda, 2005), 391-403.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Josephus Patricius de Astarloa Aguiro (Pedro José Patricio Astarloa y Aguirre, 1751-1821)

OFM. Friar of the Cantabria province. Prolific author.

literature

Valentin Berriochoa, ‘Apuntaciones bio-bibliográficas sobre el escritor franciscano Fr. Pedro Joseph Patricio de Astarloa y Aguirre (1751-1821)’, Bol. Real soc. Vascongada amigos del país 15 (1959), 333-357; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 89-90 (no. 132).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Loaiza (Pedro Loaiza, fl. late 17th cent.)

According to Vázquez, he originated from Malaga and was a novice in the Guatemala friary in 1690. Others identify him with a friar from Vizcaya.

editions

Sermon de Rogativa por las felicidades de la Monarquia Española (Guatemala, 1713).

literature

Francisco Vázquez, Crónica de la Provincia del Santísimo Nombre de Jesús de Guatemala, 2nd Ed., Bibliotea “Goathemala”, 14-17, 4 Vols (Guatemala, 1937-1944) IV, 18; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 45.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Magnus (Pietro Magni da Fossecchio, d. after 1605)

OFMConv. Important Lenten preacher (1584 in Bologna, 1590 in Rome, 1591 in Cremona, 1600 in Florence, 1603 in Pavia, 1604 in the Cathedral of Trent, 1605 in Verona). Also general chapter preacher in 1596.

editions

Prediche sopra la Salve Regina, assieme con una Predica della B.V. Annonziata (Pavia: Bartoli, 1604).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 521.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Manero (Pedro Manero, 1599-1659)

OFM. Friar from the Aragon province. Minister general of the order in 1651. Bishop of Tarazona in 1656. Pedro was born in Cariñena (Saragossa region). Went to school in the local Franciscan convent and eventually took the habit in the Observant San Francisco friarty of Saragossa. He fulfilled a long series of administrative and teaching assignments. Hence he was guardian of the Franciscan San Diego College and the San Francisco friary of Saragossa. He also worked as lector/professor of philosophy and theology, provincial minister of the Aragon province, order secretary and general definitor and eventually, in 1651, he became minister general, in which position, he reorganized the order archives, put up guidelines for provincial order archives, stimulated historical research and also pushed for the edition of papal bull collections concerning the order. He also worked as counselor for the inquisition and as synodal examiner. On 13 August 1656, he entered his diocese as newly appointed bishop of Tarazona, where he remained active until his death on December 5, 1659. Pedro was an avid book collector, a respected translator of works by Tertulian, a hagiographer and commentator on the Franciscan rule.

editions

Apología contra los gentiles, en defensa de los cristianos (Saragossa, 1644/Madrid: Librería de la Viuda de Hernando y C.a, 1889). Translation of Tertullian. The 1889 edition is accessible via Google Books.

Vida de la V. Juana de Valois (Madrid, 1654).

De la Paciencia, con la Exhortación a los cristianos presos en las cárceles (Madrid, 1657). Translation of Tertulian.

Both of the translations of works by Tertulian were also re-issued as: Apologia contra los Gentiles en Defensa de los Cristianos. Exhortación a los Cristianos Presos en las Cárceles. Libro de la Paciencia. Trad. y prefacio por Fr. Pedro Manero (Madrid: M. Aguilar & J. Benzal, 1945/Madrid: Aguilar, 1962).

Expositio Regulae Fratrum Minorum (Ghent, 1664).

Cartas

Sermones

literature

AIA 20 (1923), 124-125; AIA 21 (1924), 385-390; J. Campos, `Los P.P. Juan de Palma, Pedro Manero y Pedro de Ariola y la Mistica Ciudad de Dios', AIA 26 (1966), 234-235; MSS: Castro, Manuscritos franciscanos de la Biblioteca Nacional, de Madrid, Nac., 4024 & 17933; Juan Meseguer Fernández, ‘Memorial histórico de la provincia de Aragón, 1636, por el P. Pedro Manero’, AIA 32 (1972), 409-419; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 144 (no. 538).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Marchant (1585-1661, Ghent)

OFMRec. Lector, provincial administrator (Belgium), general definitor and very productive author

editions

Examen cvrrvs mystico-historici ordinis S. Francisci per R.P. Nicolavm Armigervm Ordinis Conventualium S. Theologiae Doctorem fabricati, per quod varii eius errores & figmenta depregenduntur & refutantur (...) (Ghent: Johannes Kerckhof, 1631).

Expositio Litteralis in Regulam Sancti Francisci (1631 and many other editions). The 1715 Louvain edition is available via Google Books.

Constitutions des religieuses réformées pénitentes du tierce ordre de S. François (Ghent: J. Vanden Kerchove, 1635). Available in pdf via the University Library of Ghent and via Google Books.

Af-beeldinghe des vvaerachtigh christen mensch, naer het voor-beelt vanden Reghel der derder Orde Van den Godt-salighen Vader Franchois, Toe-ghe-eygent de Godvruchtige zielen der voorseyde Ordre (Ghent: Alexander Sersanders, 1639/Antwerp: Jacobus Woons, 1684). Several editions available via Google Books.

L'image dv vray chrestien svr le povrtrait de la regle du tiers ordre de N.B/ Pere S. François, Dediee aux ames Devotes dudit Ordre, Deuxiesme Edition, augmentée & corrigée (Ghent: Alexander Sersanders, 1647). Available in pdf via the University Library of Ghent and via Google Books.

Baculus Pastoralis (Bruge, 1638)

Chronicon sive Commissariorum Nationalium nationalis Germanico-Belgicae ordinis S. Francisci (Ghent: Joan. Kerchovius, 1651). Available via Google Books.

Relatio veridica & sincera status Provinciae Hiberniae ordinis Minorum Regularis Observantiæ sub regimine F. Petri Marchant (1651). Available via Google Books.

Notabiles Resolutiones Casuum (Coloniae: Busaeus, 1655/1665)

Fundamenta duodecim Ordinis Fratrum Minorum S. Francisci fundamentis duodecim apostolorum civitatis s. Ierusalem, &c. (Antwerp: Petrus Bellerus, 1657). Available via Google Books.

Speculum totius hominis Christiani sive tribunalis sacramentalis, 3 Vols. (Antwerp: Petrus Bellerus, 1650).

Academie, hoogh-stvdeer-schole, ofte Gheestelicke oeffenynghen, opde dry devotien [...] van d'onbevleckte H. maghet Maria [...] verbreyt door de relieusen der order van S. Francois, overgheset uyt de Fransche inde Nederlantsche taele door den Eerw. P. F. Laurentius de Schepper, Guardiaen van t'Convent der PP. Recollecten tot Ghendt (Ghent: Byde Weduwe Ian van Kerchove, 1657).

Expositio mystico-litteralis ssmi incruenti sacrificii missae ex SS. Patribus et vetustissimis scriptoribus collecta (Ghent: Antonius Sersanders, 1660). Available in pdf via the University Library of Ghent and via Google Books.

De overhooghe vyt-nementheden vanden H. ende wyt-vermaerden aflaet gheiont door Christum [...] aen [...] den H. Franciscvs in de kercke van onse lieve Vrouwe der Enghelen ghenaemt Portivncvla (weduwe van Ian vanden Kerchove, 1660). Available in pdf via the University Library of Ghent and via Google Books.

Panegyrica brevis oratio de laudabili vitâ R. P. F. Petri Marchant (Vid. J. Kerchovii, 1661). Available in pdf via the University Library of Ghent and via Google Books.

>>. To be continued

literature

L. Ceyssens, AFH, 43 (1950), 72, 103, 107, 122f, 143-6, 150-6; Bulletin de l'institut archéologique (Liège, 1951), 59-62; DSpir X, 299-301; Herwig J.F. Ooms, ‘Petrus Marchant, onuitgegeven Casus-inventaris’, Franciscana 54 (1999), 217-228.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Marseus (Petrus Marseus von Gullik/Merssaeus/Cratepoleus, fl. later 16th cent.)

OFMConv. Friar from the duchy of Gullik. Bachelor of theology.

editions

Catalogus omnium ferme Orbis Episcoporum, qui contra Missoliturgos assueverant Missae Sacrificium (Cologne: Wilhelm Lutzentich, 1569).

Ortus, & gesta Summorum Pontificum Germanicorum (Cologne: Godefridus von Kempen, 1580).

De Sanctis, & Doctoribus, qui Germaniam ad Christi fidem converterunt (Cologne, 1591).

Compendium Catechismi Cattholicorum (Cologne, 1592/Lyon, 1592).

Sermones (Lyon, 1592).

Catalogus Archiepiscoporum Coloniensium, Trevirensium, Leodiensium, Ultrajectensiym, Monasteriensium, Osnaburgensium (...) (Cologne, 1592).

Catalogus Academiarum Ordbis Christiani (Cologne, 1593).

De resurrectione corporum, & immortalitate animae contra Saducaeos (Lyon: Hoberg, 1598).

De electorum ecclesiasticorum archi-episcoporum ac episcoporum Coloniensium Origine & Successione a Primo Christianae Religionis exordio usque in praesens saeculum Historica Tractatio (...) (Cologne: sumptibus Ottonis Josephi Steinheuss, 1736). The 1736 edition is accessible via Google Books.

Historia Martirum Gorgomiensium Ordini Minorum Observantium?

Conciones Patris Ludovici Granatensis in compendium redactae?

De Schismaticis, Pseudodoctoribus, ac periculo recedentium ab Ecclesia?

Historia Sanctorum Coloniensium, pro Breviario eius Ecclesiae

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 521-523.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Martyrus Rusco (Pietro Martire Rusca da Lugano, fl. first half 17th cent.)

OFMConv. Bishop.

editions

Syllogistica-methodus (Rome: Grignani, 1645).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 523.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Matthias Katancic (Petar Matija Katancic, 1750-1825)

OFM. Croation friar. Born at Valpovo on August 12, 1750. Entered the order at an early age. Ordained priest in 1775. Studied at the university of Buda, to become professor of theology at the religious colleges of Esik (Essek) and Agram (Zagreb). Thereafter, he received a chair as Prof. of archaeologie at the University of Pest, a post combined with that of head librarian of the city’s public library. Due to his archaeological and philological interests, he was given a chair of archaeology at Pest, as well as the position of librarian of the City library. In 1800, due to health problems, he was compelled to leave his positions, retreating into the convent life. Before and during these `retirement years’, he published a considerable number of works: works of poetry, numismatic and archaeological works, and text editions. He died at Pest on may 24, 1825.

manuscripts

A number of his unpublished works can still be found in manuscript format in the library of Pest. Among these can apparently also be found his large Etymologicon Illyricum.

editions

Dissertatio de Columna Milliaria ad Eszekum Reperta (Eszeki: Ioannes Martinus Diwalt, 1782). Available via Google Books.

In Veterem Croatorum Patriam Indagatio Philologica (Pest, 1790).

Fructus Autumnales (Pest, 1791; 2nd Ed. Pest, 1794). [Poetry]

Specimen Philologiae et Geographiae Pannoniorum (Zagreb: Episcopal Press, 1795). Available via Google Books.

Tentamen Publicum de Numismatica (Pest, 1797).

De Istro Eiusque Adcolis Commentatio (Buda: University of Pest, 1798). Available via Google Books.

Elementa Numismatica (Pest 1799).

Orbis Antiquus et Tabula Itineraria Theodosii (Budapest: Typ. Regia Univ. Hvngaricae, 1824-1825). Available via the digital collections of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Munich) and via Google Books.

Istri ad Colarum Illyrici Nominis Geographia Epigraphica (Pest, 1825)

Commentarius in Caii Plinii Secundi Pannoniam (Buda: University Press, 1829).

literature

Hoefer XXVII, 475-476; Encyclopaedia Eur.-Americana XXVIII, 3367; Kleine Slawische Biographie (Wiesbaden, 1958), 289; R. Aubert, ‘Katancic’, DHGE XXVIII, 1044.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Mazzanti (fl. ca. 1500)

OMConv. Tuscan friar. Revisor and editor of Dante's Comedia. Inquisitor in Florence (1490). General vicar of the order in 1500

editions

Conciones Quadragesimales (Bologna, 1493?)

Oratio de Origine, Antiquitate et Nobilitate Urbis Cremonae (Cremona, 1493?)

check Kristeller etc.

literature

Zawart, 324...

 

 

 

 

Petrus Mazoti (fl. c. 1420)

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literature

M. Bihl, ‘De fr. Petro Mazoti, baccalaureo theologiae Tolosano an. 1419-1420’, AFH 23 (1930), 252-266.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Melian de Betancurt (Pedro Melián de Betancurt, fl. early 18th cent.)

Friar from Guatemala. In 1722 apparently lector, ‘qualificador’ for the Holy Inquisition, synodal visitator for the bishop and definitor for the Santissima Nombre de Jesús de Guatemala province.

manuscrips

Mistica escala de Jacob de la Religion Bethelemitica, y en el Patriarca, su V. Fundador el Hermano Pedro de San Joseph Vetancurt figurado. Panegyrico predicado en Belen, de el nacimientio de el Hijo de Dios, dia de los SS. Inocentes patente N. Gran Dios, y Señor Sacramentado (Guatemala, 1723).

literature

J.T. Medina, La Imprenta en Guatemala (Santiago de Chile, 1910), 63; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 53.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Mendez Sotomayor (Pedro Méndez Sotomayor, c. 1563-c. 1640)

Spanish friar from Galicia. Traveled as a child with his father Hernán Méndez to Guatemala, when the latter became the first alférez mayor there. Pedro joined the Franciscans in Guatemala in 1581. After his novitiate and initial theological training, he went to Gueiteupán, in Chiapas around 1590. He was still working there by 1603, both as a guardian ans as a pastoral worker, apparently well-known for his knowledge of indigenous languages. In subsequent years he taught theology, and in 1612, he was elected provincial. He apparently died at the age of 75 or 77 in the Guatemala friary.

manuscripts

Artes, Vocabularios y Sermones en lengua Gueiteupán, mentioned by Vázquez III, 99-100.

Informaciónes de los varonons ilustres, que hasta entonces habián florecido y pasado al Señor en esta santa Provincia. Mentioned in Vázquez III, 100.

literature

Francisco Vázquez, Crónica de la Provincia del Santísimo Nombre de Jesús de Guatemala, 2nd Ed., Bibliotea “Goathemala”, 14-17, 4 Vols (Guatemala, 1937-1944) III, 99-100; J.M. Beristain y Souza, Biblioteca Hispano Americana Septentrional, 3rd ed. 5 Vols in 2 (Mexico, 1947) IV, 375-376; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 55-56; Manuel de Castro y Castro, ‘Lenguas indigenas americanas transmitidas por los Franciscanos del siglo XVI’, in: Actas del II Congreso Internacional sobre los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVI) (Madrid: DEIMOS, 1988), 549-550.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Monerus (Pedro Moner, fl. 15th cent.)

OFM. Spanish Franciscan poet.

literature

José Simón Díaz, Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, 11 Vols. (Madrid, 1960-1976) III, nos. 3805-3808; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 150 (no. 584).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Montanus (Petrus van den Berg/Van der Bergen van Perwijs/De Monte/Montanus Buretius a Perweto, d. 1579)

OFM Born in Perwez in a well-to-do family. Studied arts and philosophy at Louvain from at least 1527 onwards (inscribed on 21 February 1527 and member of the pedagogium De Valk as a well-to-do student). Became master of arts and also obtained the licence of theology. Since 1535 or even earlier, he taught philosophy and was regent of the pedagogium De Valk between 1539 and October 1, 1543. Between August 1542 and February 1543, he was also Rector of Louvain university (and in this quality experienced the siege of Louvain in September 1542 by the troops of Maarten van Rossum. In this period, he (and later his brother Gilles/Aegidius, canon in Louvain, who later became bishop in Deventer) decided to join the Franciscans, and he entered the friary in the Fall of 1543. After his noviciate, he became lector in the Franciscan Studium Theologicum, likewise in Louvain,a position he held between 1545 and ca. 1555. This was followed by several guardian positions in Louvain, Mechelen, Brussels, and Antwerp. In 1567 he also became involved with missionary activities among fellow friars in order to solve the so-called Baianist controversy (surrounding the theological positions of the theologian Michel Baius (Michel de Bay), which had implications for positions on natural, original sin, justification etc.). In the course of his religious career, during which he also preached, especially between 1554 and 1556, he had various confrontations with the Calvinists, and he was forced to leave Antwerp, when he refused to sign a document that suppported the appointment of Archduke Matthias of Austria as governor of the rebellious Dutch provinces. Peter died in Louvain from the plague on April 20, 1579.

editions

Treatise on Psalm 118. De Troeyer suggests that this work has not survived, as it was more or less taken from him when he was robbed by soldiers while he traveled from Antwerp to louvain.

F. Petri Montani minoritae Dominicae Afflictionis, secundum quatuor evangelistas, dilucida eruditaque Enarratio, ex veterum Doctorum commentariis studiose desumta atque concinnata (Antwerp: Widow of Martinus Nutius, 1563); F. Petri Montani minoritae Dominicae Afflictionis (Antwerp: Widow and heirs of Jan Steels, 1571) Passion devotion treatise with the text of the Gospels included. The work is dedicated on February 22, 1563 to the Franciscan minister general Franciscus Zamorensis. This commendation also deals with the issue whether or not it is allowed to display saints and other holy figures in statues and paintings. The second edition is dedicated to Bishop Martinus Rithovius of Ieper

Een declaratie seer neerstich, geleert ende devote, van alle het ghene dye vier Evangelisten hebben van die Passie ons Heeren Jesu. Soo doude heylige Leeraers dye uutgheleyt hebben. Door Broeder Peeter van der Bergen, guardiaen tot Bruesel (Antwerp: Daniel Vervliet, 1565). A vernucar version/elaborsation of an earlier Latin text. the work is dedicated to Anna Hinckaerts, priores of the female Dominican house Hertoginnedal at Oudergem. The dedication dates from February 24, 1565.

Septem psalmorum, quos vulgo poenitentiales vocant, solida, aerudita, et pia elucidatio. Per quam intelligere poterit pius quisque, quanta paenitentia sit expiandis criminibus necessaria, quamque temere inerudita plebs usum psalmorum, in quibus multa sunt intellectu difficilia, sibi vindicat (Antwerp: Jan Steels, 1569). It is an explanation of the seven poenitential psalms, dedicated to Joachim Hopperus, guardian of the royal seals.

literature

Dirks, Histoire littéraire, 100-101; Puymbrouck, De Franciscanen te Mechelen (1893), 164-165, 187-189, 414; Schoutens, Geschiedenis van het voormalig Minderbroedersklooster van Antwerpen, 2nd Ed. (1908), 78-82, 1205, 298-300; W. Schmitz, Het aandeel der minderbroeders, 103-104; E. van Eyl, ‘Der Bajanismus und die Minderbrüder in den Niederlanden 1550-1590‘, Franziskanische Studien 40 (1958), 235-237, 275-278; Idem, ‘Een drietal documenten betreffende het Baianisme bij de Minderbroeders in de Nederlanden‘, BGPMN 39 (1963), 299, 300, 307; B. De Troeyer, ‘Peter van der Bergen‘, Franciscana 19 (1964), 19-28; B. De Troeyer, Bio-Bibliographia Franciscan Neerlandica Saeculi XVI, I: Pars Biographica (Nieuwkoop, 1969), 279-285.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Morenus (Pedro Moreno, fl. c. 1670)

OFMDisc. Member of the San Pedro de Alcántara province (Granada)

literature

AIA 15 (1955), 358-359; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 152 (no. 595).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Morotus (Pedro Morote Pérez Checos, fl. c. 1750)

OFM. Preacher of the Cartagena province.

literature

AIA 36 (1933), 111-113; AIA 15 (1955), 359-360; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 152 (no. 597).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Normannus

?

manuscripts

Sermo de S: Clm 26941 f. 207vb

literature

?

 

 

 

 

Petrus Nuñez de  Castro (fl. early 17 cent.)

OFM. Member of the Concepción province.

literature

AIA 28 (1927), 11; AIA 15 (1955), 375-376; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 155 (no. 624)

 

 

 

 

Petrus Orosius (Pedro de Oroz, d. 1596)

Born in Pamplona. Travelled to the New World early in life, where he became a friar in the provincia del Santo Evangelio (at least from 1542 onwards). Provincial in 1576. He became comissionar general of New Spain in 1582. He was a companion of Mendieta. Partly responsible for Mendieta’s Relación de la descripción de la provincia del Santo Evangelio (1585)

manuscripts

Suma espiritual o compendio alfabético de la Suma de confesores del doctor Azpilcueta Navarro, en otomí:>>

Arte de la lengua otomí [in actual fact a corrected version of Pedro Palacio’s work. No manuscripts seem to have survived]

Sermones en lengua mejicana:>>

editions

Pedro de Oroz, Jerónimo de Mendieta & Francisco Súarez, Relación de la descripción de la provincia franciscana del Santo Evangelio hecha en 1585, ed. Fidel de J. Chauvet, Anales de la provincia franciscana del Santo Evangelio de México 4:2 (1947), 1-203.

literature

Mendieta II, 119 & lib. IV cap. 44; Torquemada III, 388; Vetancurt, Menologio 58, 140; Beristain I, 363-364 & IV, 53-54; Manuel Castro y Castro, ‘Lenguas indigenas americanas (…)’, in: Actas del II Congreso Internacional sobre los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVI). La Rábida, 21-26 de septiembre de 1987 (Madrid, 1988), 523-524.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Parisot (1703, Bar-le-Duc - 1769, Commercy)

OFMCap

literature

LThK, VIII (1963), 102-3; Bonaventura von  Mehr, ‘Parisot (eigtl. Curel-Parisot), Pierre’, LThK, 3rd ed. VII, 1387.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Paulus Carnata (Pietro Paolo Carnata da Novara, fl. late 16th-early 17th cent.)

OFMConv. Finished a three-year stint at the Collegium S. Bonaventurae. Subsequently Regent lector at Bergamo, Brescia (1596), Milan (1599), Bologna (1602), Assisi (1605), again Milan (1608), Padua (1614), Venice (1617-1620, 1620-1623, 1626). Also known as Lenten preacher (Parma, 1600; Milan, 1601; Lodi Cathedral, 1602; Santa Maria of Bergamo, 1605; Terni, 1613; Pesaro, 1614; Rovigo, 1615; Venice, 1616; Belluno Cathedral, 1617; Verona, 1618; Vicenza, 1619; Ferrara, 1624; Milan, 1625; Vercelli Cathedral in 1630) and general chapter preacher (1605, 1617).

manuscripts/editions

In octo Libros Phisicorum Aristotelis. Allegedly compiled in Bergamo and later kept in the library of Sassuolo.

In quatuor Libros Sententiarum iuxta mentem Sancti Bonaventurae. Compiled while regent lector of Assisi. Kept as a manuscript in the Assisi library?

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 528-530.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Paulus de Sancto Josepho Lopez Martinus (Pedro Pablo de San José López Martínez, fl. early 18th cent.)

OFM. Preacher and theologian in the Cartagena province.

literature

AIA 15 (1955), 329-331; AIA 39 (1979), 439-465; Victor Sánchez, ‘La mediación de María en un autor franciscno del siglo XVIII: Fr. Pedro Pablo de San José López Martínez’, Juventud Seráfica 17 (Orihuela, 1959), 38-47; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 140 (no. 506).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Paulus de Valle (Pietro Paolo della Valle, fl. second half 16th cent.)

OFM. Italian Observant friar from Rome. There he joined the order and after his education he taught theology at the studium of S. Maria in Aracoeli. Later theologian-advisor of Cardinal Ascanio Colonna. Consultant for the Congregation for the Index of Forbidden Books as early as 11 January 1590. Known to be the author of an Oratio ex tempore (Rome 1590).

editions

Oratio ex tempore habita a Fratre Petro Paulo de Valle Rom. ord. min. S. Francisci de obs. Theologo Illustrissimi & Reverendisimi D. Ascanii S.R.E. Cardinalis Columne, ac sacrae Theologiae Lectore (Rome: Apud Paulum Bladum, 1590). Accessible via Google Books.

literature

Cinelli Calvoli, Biblioteca volante di Gio, 4 Vols.,2nd Edition (Venice: Giambattista Albrizzi, 1734-1747) IV, 329; Sbaraglia, Supplementum II, 356.

With thanks to Prof. Dr. Leen Spruit

 

 

 

 

Petrus Petit (Pierre Petit, fl. 17th cent.)

OFM. Mystical author.

Selections of his works have been included in La vie mystique chez les franciscains du dix-septième siècle. Tome II: Florilège de figures mystiques de la réforme capucine, ed. Dominique Tronc, Collection Sources mystiques (Mers-sur-Indre: Paroisse et Famille-Centre Saint-Jean-de-la-Croix, 2014). See also Pierre Moracchini, 'La Chanson de Frère Pierre Petit', Évangile aujourd’hui, 173 (1997), 62-66.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Petri Burgensi (Pedro Pérez de Burgos,  fl. c. 1400)

Probably a Spanish friar and preacher.

manuscripts/editions

Sermones ad Status (1399)

Collationes ad Diversos (1399): MS in Vienna? Currently dr. Cyril Courrier is working on this collection.

Sermones Arboris (c. 1400): MS Bibl. Strolmud cod theol. 24 (early 15th cent.); Vienna?

literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum>>>; Isaac Vazquez, ‘Repertorio de franciscanos espanoles graduados en teologia durante la edad media’, Repertorio de Historia de ciencias ecclesiasticas en Espana 3 (Salamanca, 1971), 305 [with the following information: ‘Pedro Pérez de Burgo: Sermones arboris editi a fratre Pedro Petri Burgensis. Discreto viro ac valde omnipotentis Dei famulo fratri Riccardo de Stelle Petrus Petri Burgensi. Des. fol. 232r: Expliciunt sermones arboris editi a fratre Petro Petri Burgensi ordinis Minorum, Bibl. de Strolmud cod. theol. n.24, en papel, de comienzos del siglo XV. Sbaralea menciona otro codice que se conservaba antiguamente en el convento de Viena. Asimismo en la biblioteca de Viena se conservan sus Collationes ad diversos status, escritos en 1399.’

With thanks to dr. Cyril Courrier for providing me with this information

 

 

 

 

Petrus Pizarro (Pedro Pizarro)

Friar of the province of Los Angeles

editions

Satisfacción apologética y Vindicación de la verdad en orden al author legitimo del libro intitulado `Vida de la Sereníssima Infante Sor Margarita de la Cruz' religiosa descalza de Santa Clara (Sevilla: Juan de Blas, 1708)

literature

BUF, II, 466; AIA, 26 (1966), 228 n. 4

 

 

 

 

Petrus Reginaldetus

French friar from the Tours region. Renowned ascetic author. Baccalareus Sententiarum in Paris (1423) [CHUP IV, 419]. Received the licence of theology on 13March 1425 (1426?) and his doctorate on 27 January 1426 (1427?) [MS Paris BN Lat. 5657-A f. 16v; CHUP IV, 447]. After his inception, Petrus became custos of Poitiers and thereafter guardian of Angers. Opposed against the laxity around him, Petrus transferred to the observant convent of Redon. He attended the Council of Basel in 1434, where he defended the observants against accusations by the Franciscan conventuals that the Observance had broken the order’s unity [cf. the work of Schmitt mentioned below]. He is foremost known for his Speculum finalis retributionis tam bonorum operum quam malorum, egregii sacre theologie doctoris fratris Petri Reginaldeti de ordine fratrum minorum. In quo speculo diffuse elucidatur contemplatio penarum et gaudiorum eternalium, which for several decades was almost neglected, until it was published in 1492 by the Dominican friar Guilelmus Totani. The work received no less than eleven printings in the subsequent fifteen years.

manuscripts

Commentarius in quatuor libros sententiarum: Brussels, Bibl. Royale 1553 [Books I, II, IV]; Rome BAV Lat. 9343 [Books I and II]; Colmar, Bibl. Municip. 215 (an. 1474) [Book II]; Colmar, Bibl. Municip. 97 [Book IV]; Angers, Bibl. Municip. 230 [Book IV]. For the manuscript information, see also Stegmuller, Repertorium commentariorum, 332, no. 685 and Doucet, AFH 47 (1954), 144, no. 685. and Murphy, A History, 214-215.

Super Officio Missae: Colmar, Bibl. Municip. 226 ff. 121-138v

Speculum Finalis Retributionis/De Gaudiis Piorum et Poenis Malorum: MS Prague, National Library 2370 (XIII G 3) ff, 131a-253b [Cf. Joseph Truhlár, Catalogus Codicum Manu Scriptorum Latinorum (…) 2 Vols. (Prague, 1905-6) [with thanks to dr. David Mengel]

Responsiones ad Praemissa pro Fratribus de Stricta Observantia Ordinis Minorum et Contra Fratres eiusdem Ordinis de Communi Vita/Articuli Responsivi pro Fratribus de Observantia O.M. Cf. Schmitt, ‘La réforme de l’Observance’, 18-19.

editions

Speculum finalis retributionis tam bonorum quam malorum. In quo speculo diffuse elucidatur contemplatio penarum et gaudiorum eternalium/pusculu[m] perutile q[uo]d speculum finalis retributionis inscribit[ur] accurate castigatu[m] in quo q[uam] pluri[m]a dogmata scitu dignissima christianisq[ue] lectoribus apprime co[n]uenientia de gaudijs paradisi ac penis inferni continentur (Lyons: Joannes Trechsel, 1492/Lyons: Joannes Trechsel, 1494/Paris: Antoine Caillaut, 1494-1499/Paris: Stephan Jehannot, 1495/Paris: Stephan Jehanot pro Claudio Jaumar, 1497/Venice: Jacobum de Pentiis, 1498/Basel: Jacobus de Pfortzheim, 1499/Paris: Petrus Levet, 1499/Paris: Petrus Le Dru, 1505/Paris: GaspardusPhilippe pro Joannes Petit, 1509/>>/Paris: Antonius du Ry, 1529/several undated editions). [See for more info on these editions, Murphy, A History, 212-215. At least the 1528 edition can also be accessed on Google Books. In addition, parts of the text (unclear based on which edition) are accessible with an English translation on http://www.franciscan-archive.org/reginald/opera/sfr-04.html ]

literature

J.Ch. Murphy, A History of the Franciscan Studium Generale at the University of Paris in the fifteenth century, Diss. U. of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, Ind., 1965), 208-216; LthK, VIII>>; Clément Schmitt, ‘La réforme de l’Observance discutée au Concile de Bâle II: La réplique de Pierre Reginaldi’, AFH 84 (1991), 3-50.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Regius (Peter Regis/de Koning/Petrus Coninckz, 1509 - 1573)

Franciscan theologian and preacher. Born in Nijvel in 1509 and his education was sponsored by Mary of Hungary, possibly thanks to the influence of his oncle, the Friar Minor Franciscus Regis (d. 1544). In the early 1530s, and in any case before 1533, he joined the Observant Franciscans in the Provincia Flandriae. Was lector at St. Omer (St. Omaars), Aat & Nijvel/Nivelles and then for eleven years guardian, again in the Franciscan house at Nijvel. Was elected provincial for the Provincia Flandriae in 1549, a position he kept for a full three years (1552). Subsequently preacher in Brussels, as well as confessor of the Queen Widows Leonora of France (Eleanor of Castile, sister of Charles V of Habsburg and widow of Francis I), and Mary of Austria (Queen consort of Louis II of Hungary and Bohemia, and governor of the Netherlands for her brother, Charles V). In 1555, Petrus followed Leonora and Mary when they and Charles V retired to Spain. He was apparently present at the death bed of both women in 1558. He returned to The Netherlands, and he was again provincial of the Provincia Flandriae (1561-1564), also acting against Sablonist tendencies (a version of Baianism, and at variance with 'orthodox' Catholic views of original sin and justification). Guardian of Nijvel before June 20, 1568, but he retired soon thereafter, later that year or the following year. He died in the same city on January 20, 1573. Known for his sermons and several anti-Protestant treatises, such as the Discovrs op die maniere van een dispvtatie tusschen een Catholijcke ende een Calviniste (Antwerpen 1568).

editions

Discours familier en forme de Dialogue entre un Catholique & Calviniste, contenant quatre grands secrets du Sacrament de l'Autel, par frare Pierre Regis, de l'ordre des freres mineurs de l'observance, pere de la province de Flandres (Paris: Claude Frémy, 1566). Dedicated to the governess Margareta of Parma.

Een ghemeen Discovrs op die maniere van een dispvtatie, tusschen een Catholijcke ende een Calviniste, inhoudende vier groote secreten van het Sacrament des autaers. Ghemaeckt door B. Peeter Regis vander ordene der Minrebroederen vander observancie, Vader der provincie van Vlaenderen (Antwerp: Peeter van Keerberghen 1568). Likewise dedicated to the governess Margareta of Parma, although she did no longer hold this office.

Letters:

Letter of Petrus Regis, then provincial, accepting to take the Grey Sisters of St. Jans in Ghent under the protection and jurisdiction of the Provincia Flandriae (May 5, 1673). Edited in Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 7 (1914), 523 (ed. H. Lippens).

Letter to Martinus Rythovius (Nijvel, January 8, 1560), edited in Miguel Roca, ‘Documentos inéditos en torno a Miguel Bayo (1560 - 1582)‘, Antologia Annua 1 (Rome, 1953), 303-476 (310-311).

Letter sent from Nijvel to the Theology Faculty of Louvain (March 25, 1560), edited in: Charles Du Plessis d'Argentre, Collectio Judiciorum de novis erroribus qui ab initio saec. XII [to 1735] in Ecclesia proscripti stint atque notati; Censoria etiam judicia academiarum, 3 Vols. (Paris: Coffin-Cailleau, 1724-1736) II, 202-203.

None of his sermons, which according to older bibliographers had remained in manuscript format, seem to have survived.

literature

Dirks, Histoire littéraire, 72-78; B. de Troeyer, Bio-Bibliographia Franciscana Neerlandica Saeculi XVI, I: Pars Biographica (Nieuwkoop, 1969), 286-292 (with additional info and references).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Riarius (Pietro Riario da Savona, 1445-1475)

Franciscan friar, Cardinal and bishop.

literature

Isidoro Liberale Gatti, Pietro Riario da Savona, francescano cardinale vescovo di Treviso (1445-1474). Profilo storico (Padua: Centro Studi Antoniani, 2003); Isidoro Liberale Gatti, ‘Pietro Riario da Savona (1445-1475), francescano, Cardinale, Vescovo di Treviso’, Miscellanea Francescana 105:102 (2005), 271-319.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Robertus de Sancto Huberto (Pietro Roberti da Sant'Huberto, fl. 17th cent.)

OFMConv.

editions

De statu Religioso, & iis, qui se religiosis Ordinibus manciparunt (Trier: Heinrich Bockann, 1694).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 527.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Rodolfi Viglevanus (fl. 1500)

OMConv. Doctor of theology, active in the province of Milan. Procurator general

editions

Conciones

Orationes Coram Sixto IV et Card. Coetu (Rome, 1482) [Lent sermons held at the papal curia]

literature

Zawart, 324

 

 

 

 

Petrus Rodolphus/Petrus Rudolphius (Pietro Rodolfo//Pietro Ridolfi, Ridolfo da Tossignano, d. 1601)

OFMConv Franciscan theologian, preacher and order historian. Guardian of Bologna, provincial of the Marches, order procurator and consultant for the inquisition. Bishop of Venosa and later of Senogallia.

editions

Libri tres de Christiano oratore, ubi diversa themata ad mores instruendos, citatis hinc inde locis ex sacris Biblijs et signioribus patribus tractantur (Venice, 1595).

Epitome Chronologica de Origine ... Ordinis Seraphico-Franciscani, Reprint (Nabu Press, 2012)/Epitome Chronologica De Origine, Profectu, Et Divisione Ordinis Seraphico-Franciscani, ed. Franciscus Haroldus (Düsseldorf: Tilmann, 1726)

Catalogus universalis et exactissimus totius seraphici sacri ordinis quo describitur religionis initium, et viri sanctitate, dignitate, atque virtutibus clari; auctore F. Petro Rodulphio (Florence: apud Juntas, 1578).

Dictionarium pauperum, ordine alphabetico, de virtutibus et vitiis continens praeexercitamenta quaedam ad pleniorem doctrinam viam munientia cum studiosis omnibus tum praecipue sacris concionatoribus (Lyon: Apud Antonium Tardif, 1581/Bologna: apud Societatem typographiae Bonon., 1586/Lyon: J.A. Huguetan, 1599/ Konstanz: Leonhard Straub, 1600). All these editions are available on Google Books.

Pietro Ridolfi & Giovanni Simbeni, Vita della Beata Michelina da Pesaro, dell’ordine de’ Penitenti di S. Francesco (Appresso Giouanni Simbeni & Compagno, 1585).

Discorso intorno alle sette parole di Christo in croce del R.P. maestro Pietro Ridolfi da Tossignano, fatto in Monaco la feria 6. nella Passione: con vna tauola delle cose notabili (Venice: appresso Francesco de’ Franceschi(IS), 1584).

Delle prediche del R.P. maestro Pietro Ridolfi da Tossignano dell’ordine Minore Conuentuale fatte in vari luoghi e intorno a vari soggetti. parte prima [-secunda]: con tre tavole ... (appresso Francesco de’Franceschi(IS), 1584).

Prima parte delle Prediche del R. P. M. Pietro Ridolfi da Tossignano,.. (A. Benacci, 1580).

Christiani oratoris pars prior... Opus... in quo primum communia quaedam praecepta explicantur, deinde evangeliorum partitiones, thematum amplificationes, morum institutiones exemplaque adhibentur.... (apud haeredem Hieronymi Scoti, 1591).

Il modo, et ordine, che si e tenuto nella cerimonia solenne della traslatione delle venerande reliquie del corpo di S. Gaudentio Vescouo, & martire (Appresso Pietro Farri., 1597).

Constitvtiones et decreta synodalia (Ex typographia Gabiana, 1591).

Liber ritualis pro recta sacramentorum & sacramentalium administratione ad parochos dioecesis Senogalliensis (Apud Petrum de Farris, 1596).

Praxis recentior: in qua monitoria, citationes, decreta, intimationes, sententiae, appellationes, commissiones, coeteriq[ue] actus, qui pro vtraque parte in iudicijs, t[am executiuis, qu[am summarijs, & ordinarijs in tribunalibus almae vrbis fieri, & feruari in dies, recentioribus hisce temporibus consueuerunt] necnon eorum formulae opportunae, ac tela iudiciaria, in casibus, in quibus illa requiritur, mirum in modum traduntur, & enucleantur, vna cum practicis obseruationibus, et conclusionibus legalibus, ac rotalibus in iudicijs frequentioribus : opus tripartito diuisum, omnibus in foro versantibus... (Svmpt. Io. Baptistae, Ioseph Corbi fratr., 1659).

Oratio in funere magistri Pauli Constabilis,... ordinis Praedicatorum generalis prefecti, habita... a F. Petro Rodulphio,.. (apud G. Angelerium, 1582).

Historiarum seraphicae religionis libri tres seriem temporum continentes, quibus brevi explicantur fundamenta universique ordinis amplificatio, gradus et instituta, nec non viri scientia, virtutibus et fama praeclari (Venice: apud F. de Franciscis, 1586). Available on Google Books.

Sancti Gregorii Magni, papæ primi, opera, Sixti V ... ivssv emendata, aucta, & in tomos sex distributa ... (Apud I. Keerbergium, 1615).

Sancti Bernardini Senensis Ordinis Minorum Opera quae extant, omnia, tam hucusque impressa, quam recens inventa, in quatuor tomos distincta, ed. Pietro Ridolfi (apud Iuntas, 1591).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 523-527; Harry Caplan & Henry H. King, ‘Latin Tractates on Preaching: A Book-List’, The Harvard Theological Review 42:3 (Jul., 1949), 194.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Salignerii (Saugnier)

?

manuscripts

Sermones: Pamplona Cat. 47; Toulouse 331

literature

Sbaralea, Suppl., II, 365; Schneyer, IV, 770-782;

 

 

 

 

Petrus Sanchez Ruiz (Pedro Sánchez Ruiz, fl. 18th cent.)

OFM. Preacher in the Cartagena province.

literature

AIA 38 (1935), 85-87; AIA 15 (1955), 436-439; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 177 (no. 777).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Simon (Pedro Simón, 1574-1627 or 1628)

OFM. Friar from the Cartagena province (born in San Lorenzo de la Parrilla, Cuenca). Historian of the Nuevo Reino de Granada (Colombia and Venezuela). Not much is known about his early years. There used to be disagreement about his date of birth (1565, 1574, 1572 or 1581), yet 1574 seems to be the correct date. Based on this, it would seem that he entered the order around 1589/90, completed his sacerdotal studies in the course of the 1590s, and taught liberal arts around 160/02. In 1604 he arrived in New Granada, teaching liberal arts/philosophy/theology to friars and lay people in the San Francisco de Santafé friary of Bogotá, and in 1607 he took part in an expedition to the Pijaos Indians. He was elected provincial definitor on the provincial chapter of September 1607 (until 1610). Around this time, he would have started his Noticias Historiales, in between further teaching assignments in arts and theology, and his participation in the expedition against the Pijaos Indians. In 1611, he is guardian of the recently created Recolección de San Diego de Bohotà friary. The following year, he becomes the first general vice-commissioner for the provinces of New Granada (Quito & Santa Cruz de Caracas) and visitator of the Caracas province. Between 1617-1620, he is guardian of the Convento Máximo de la Purificación de Santafé. During and after this assignment, he continued teaching as first lector of theology, for in 1623 he received the title of lector jubilado (the Convento Máximo de la Purificación de Santafé was the most important Francican friary in the province, with a novice training center, and different levels of education). In 1623, he not only received the grade of lector jubilado, but by that time he also had been made Calificador del Santo Oficio, and in June of the same year, he was elected provincial minister. After a regular stint of three years (1623-1626), he was elected guardian of the San Diego de Ubaté friary (Cundinamarca, Colombia) in September 1626. He died there in 1627, or in any case before May 1628. For a long time, his large Noticias historiales de las conquistas de Tierra Firme were not widely known. The first (out of three) part was printed in Cuenca in 1627 (and can now be accessed via http://archive.org), but that was apparently a small imprint. Some sections of the third part were published in Madrid in 1819 (in the journal Continuación al Almacén de Frutos Literarios). Two chapters of the second part were printed in 1858 in the Gaceta del Estado) A first complete edition of the massive and rather dependable work appeared in the late nineteenth century.

editions

Noticias historiales de las conquistas de Tierra Firme en las Indias occidentales (Cuenca: 1627) [first part, now digitaly accessible via http://archive.org]; Noticias historiales de las conquistas de Tierra Firme, 5 Vols. (Bogotá, 1882-1892) [Accessible via http://archive.org ]; Noticias historiales de las conquistas de Tierra Firme, ed. Manuel José Forero, Biblioteca de autores colombianos, 44-52, 9 Vols. (Bogotá, 1953) [not complete, esp. supressing sections of the first part]; Noticias Historiales de Venezuela, ed & introd. Demetrio Ramos Pérez, Biblioteca de la Academia Nacional, 66-67 (Caracas: Fuentes para la historia colonial de Venezuela, 1963) [the first part, with lengthy introduction]; Noticias historiales de las conquistas de Tierra Firme, 6 Vols. (Bogotá, 1981) [Complete except for the Tabla para la inteligencia de algunos vocablos, which eventually was published in a facsimile edition by the Instituto Caro y Cuervo of Bogotá, in 1986]

literature

Atanasio Lopez, ‘Historiadores franciscanos de Venezuela y Colombia. Fr. Pedro Aguado y Fr. Pedro Simón’, AIA 14 (1920), 207-235; Julio Fobres Cordero, ‘Notas sobre Fr. Pedro Simón’, Boletín de historia y antigüedades 44 (Bogotá, 1957), 4-49; Demetrio Ramos, ‘El cronista Fray Pedro Simón: su partida de bautismo implicada en un problena de mayor cuantía’, Anuario de Estudios Americanos 20 (1964), 87-101; Pedro Borges, ‘Pedro Simón’, in: Diccionario de historia eclesiástica de España, 4 Vols. (Madrid, 1972-1975) IV, 2481; Juan Meseguer, ‘Fray Pedro Simón, misionero e historiador: su vida en España’, Archivo Ibero-Americano 43 (1983), 226; Luis Mantilla, ‘Fray Pedro Simón, historiador y lingüista’, in: Actas del III Congreso Internacional sobre Los Franciscanos en el Nuevo Mundo (siglo XVII), La Rábida, 18-23 de septiembre de 1989 (Madrid: DEIMOS, 1991), 1115-1138; J. Sánchez Méndes, ‘Fray Pedro Simón y su vocabulario de americanismos’, in: Congreso de Historia de la lengua española en América y España, I (Valencia, 1994-1995), 173-183; Mario Germán Romero, ‘El padre Simón y el Villano del Danubio’, Bol. Hist. Antig. 84 (1997), 63-69.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Slupick (Petrus Slupick/Petrus van Slupwijck, ca. 1505-1574)

OFMObs. Friar Minor from Sluipwijk near Gouda, preacher in the Delft Franciscan friary for most of his clerical career. Known for his preaching rallies in the County of Holland and for his activities as confessor of the Poor Clares of Delft between 1557 and 1573 (the year the Catholic religious were exiled from the town). Slupick then moved to Haarlem, to work again as confessor for the Poor Clares and as vicar of friary, but he died soon thereafter, on November 30, 1574. Known for his work De Christelike practijck van bidden (The Christian practice of Prayer), probably written for the Poor Clares of Delft and dedicated to Countess Margareta van der Marck and to Anna van Berghen, Dowager Countess of Arenberg ands Abbenbroeck, who apparently had functioned as his protectors and promotors during his career. The work is probably connected with his preaching and confession activities and centers on the mystical body of Christ.

editions

Een schriftuerlick ghebedeboek ghehieten De Christelike practijck van bidden, vanden vader onse, vanden heylighe Sacramente, van daghelicsche penitenci en oock van die seven ghetijden en van ander dinge die bidde an gaen, ghemaect tot behulpicheyt van gheestelike ende waerlike menschen (Delft: Simon Jansz., 1557/Antwerp: Jan van Ghelen, s.a. [1561 or 1562]). The work consists of a prologue and five parts, followed by a poem in 18 verses (Spieghel ende vermaninge van die doot) and a Latin adhortation (Catholicis sacerdotibus ac ceteris latine doctis), calling upon literate people to accept the importance of the vernacular for prayers and devotional texts, and implicitly therefore arguing for the value of his vernacular text of religious instruction.

literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum (ed. 1806 & ed. 1921 II); Dirks, Histoire littéraire (1885), 90; Dalmatius van Heel, ‘Een zeer zeldzaam en gezocht boekje van Pater Peter van Slupick, Minderbroeder te Delft‘, Neerlandica Seraphica 6 (1932), 496-501; D. van Heel, ‘De Clarissen van Delft’, Haarlemsche Bijdragen 51 (1934),385-386; Schmitz, Het aandeel der minderbroeders (1936), 113; R. Harderman, ‘Peter van Slupick, O.F.M. (+1574). Met Gods gezin door Christus tot God‘, Pastor Bonus (1945), 43-47, 69-72, 88-93 & (1946), 28-32 [with lengthy excerpts]; B. De Troeyer, Bio-Bibliographica Franciscana Neerlandica saec. XVI, I: Pars biographica (Nieuwkoop: B. De Graaf, 1969), 248-252.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Quesel (Quesvellus/Quesnell, d. 1299?)

English friar, theologian and canonist. Active in the region of Norwich, and guardian of the Franciscan house there. He died about 1299. He enjoyed a high repute as theologian and doctor of the canon law. His only (?) surviving work is the confession manual/summa: Directorium Iuris (also known as the Repertorium Iuris Canonici/Compendium Iuris Canonici/Summa Directoria Iuris in Foro Conscientie et Iudicali), consisting of a prologue, four books or parts (1. De summa Trinitate et fide Catholica, et de septem Sacramentis; 2. De iisdem Sacramentis ministrandis et accipiendis; 3. De Criminibus quæ a Sacramentis impediunt et de pœnis iisdem injungendis; 4. De iis quæ ad jus spectant ordinate dirigendis), and an epilogue. The prologue reveals the scope of the work and the intentions of the author, and his amends for several categories of readers: `Istud autem opus in quartor libros volui dividere ut qui pauper est non possit se excusare quod non possit ad minus librum illum habere qui ad eius officium noscitur pertinere. Et ideo omitto scribere secundum ordinem Decretalium et secundum ordinem alphabeti ut totam unam materiam valeam pertrattare.' (...) `In primo libro trattatur De summa Trinitate et de Fide Catholica et de septem sacramentis.' (...) `In secundo de hiis qui habent ecclesiastica sacramenta ministrare et de hiis que ad eos et ad recipientes sacramenta et etiam que possunt ad contractus varios pertinere.' (...) `In tercio de criminibus propter que a sacramentis potest impediri et de penis pro criminibus imponendis.' (...) `In quarto de hiis que ad jus et ad judicium pertinent.' (On the basis of Vat Lat 2317 f. 1c. as found in Lioi, Studi Francescani, 59 (1962), 218.) After assuring his readers that he always has followed the teachings of the majority of the doctors, he ends his epilogue: `Ego enim rogatus a pluribus personis opus compilari multa habuerim contraria propter infirmitates et alia ac me distraxerint ardua negotia et diversa. Tamen illius in quem speravi meritis, beate Virginis Marie ac beati Francisci cursum operis consummavi a quo expecto mihi premium reddi. Cui laus est et gloria per omnia secula seculorum. Amen. (Vat Lat 2317 f. 447c, Lioi, p. 219). It is a methodical work, listing for each problem the applicable canonist materials (Decretum, Decretals etc.), followed by a concluding thesis, in which the author makes a case for the best solution. The work follows closely Raymond of Peñaforte and Johan von Freiburg. Due to its practical character, the Summa of Quesel has been widely used, as can be seen in the number of its surviving mss. Almost all these mss have an alphabetical table of content or an index (a tabula generalis) in which the title or rubrics of the individual books are given. Sometimes, there is, alongside of this general table of content also an analytical table, a tabula specialis in alfabetical order (for instance Firenze Laur. Plut. 1 sin 8 f, 245c&254d)

manuscripts

Directorium Iuris in Foro Conscientiae: a.d. Troyes, Bibl. Municipale MS 75 (15th c.); Turin, Bibl. Nazionale Universitaria MS 398 (D.I.18); Firenze Laurenz. MS Santa Croce Plut I, Sin 8 & Plut III Sin 2; Naples, Naz. I.D.1 (Fondo Brancacciano); Vienna, Oesterr. Nationalbibliothek MS 2146 (15th c.); Vat Lat 2317; Padua, Bibl. Antoniana MS 28 Scaff 1; Brussels, Bib. Royale MS 225-226 ff. 3r-261v [Books I-II] & MS 152-154 ff. 1r-282v [Books III & IV] [Cf. Catalogue nos. 2549 & 2550]; Paris BN Lat 4261, 4262 & 8934; Turin Bib Naz Pasini Latini 281 [CCLXXI] D-I-18; Oxford Merton College 223 (incomplete: parts of books 2 and 4 are missing); Oxford, Bodleian MS Canonici Miscell. 463; Burgos 5.f.1-250 (15th cent.); Prague, Metropolitan Chapter Library MS J. 5 ff. 1r-192v; Prague, National Museum, 3778 (XVII A 4) ff. 294-361 [Book four. The ms also contains the Summa de Casibus of Astesanus of Asti on ff. 1-266, and the Tractatus de Instructione Confessorum of Johannes Friburgensis on ff. 287-293 ]; Klosterneuburg, Stiftsbibliothek MS a 1044 (incomplete); Königsberg, a. 1436.

literature

Wadding, Script. (ed. 1906) 192,; Sbaralea, Suppl. (ed. 1921) II, 357-358; AFH, 2 (1909), 631; A. Teetaert, La confession aux laïques dans l’Église latine depuis le VIIIe jusqu’au XIVe siècle (Bruges-Paris, 1926), 456-457; A. Teeteart, Dict de Theol Cath, XIII, 1536-37; Lioi, `Il `Directorium Iuris' del francescanesimo Pietro Quesuel nei sermoni domenicali di S. Giacomo della Marca', Studi Francescani, 59 (1962) 213ff; Sharpe, Handlist, 433-434.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Regaledo (Pedro Regaledo/Pedro de Valladolid/Pedro de la Costanilla, 1390-1456) Sanctus

Spanish friar from Jewish descent. Born in Valladolid. Baptised and confirmed in the San Salvador parish. Got acquainted with Pedro de Villacreces (d. 1422), who functioned as his spiritual master. In 1404, Pedro de Villacreces took Pedro Regaledo and Lopez de Salinas y Salazar as young oblats with him to the La Aguilera hermitage. In the La Aguilera hermitage, Pedro Regaledo took the habit and made his profession in 1407. He stayed in the hermitage until his ordination as priest in 1415. In 1422, he assisted in the Peñafiel provincial chapter of the conventuals, where Pedro de Villacreces died. Between 1422 and 1442, Pedro Regaledo was guardian of La Aguilera. In 1426, he travelled to Fresneda (Burgos), trying to convince Lopez de Salinas not to leave the Villacrecian reform, and in 1427 Pedro took part in the so-called Concordia of Medina del Campo, where it was decided that the Villacrecians would stay within the conventual fold. Throughout the remainder of his life, Pedro kept active as administrator and as convent superior, putting in practice the reform ideals of Pedro de Villacreces, Lopez de Salinas and Pedro de Santoyo. This gave him a reputation of outstanding sanctity, which eventually lead to his beatification and his sanctification in the early modern period [Cf. especially Mariano Acebal Luján, ‘Pierre Regaledo’, DSpir XII, 1657-1658]. To him are ascribed several works. Several of those, namely the Constituciones, ritos y leyes municipales para las casas del Abrojo y de La Aguilera, the Exposición de la Regla franciscana, the Ejercicios contemplativos y ocupaciones activas, the Compendio de la vida del Pedro Villacreces, and the Opúsculo sobre el Arbol de la vida, probably were written by Pedro de Villacreces and Lopez de Salinas. More secure is Pedro Regaledo’s authorship of several Cartas and the short, fifteen-line prologue to the Memoriale religionis of Pedro de Villacreces. On this, see Archivo Ibero Americano 17 (1957), 663-713.

literature

L. Carrión, Historia documentada del convento Domus Dei de La Aguilera (Madrid, 1930), passim; Diosdado Merino, ‘Proceso y canonización de san Pedro Regalado’ AIA 16 (1956), 445-463; A. Recio, ‘El Santo de la Reforma, Pedro Regaledo’, AIA 17 (1957), 471-506; D. Merino, ‘Notas para una bibliografía sobre san Pedro Regaledo’, AIA 17 (1967), 507-579; Mariano Acebal Luján, ‘Pierre Regaledo’, DSpir XII, 1657-1658; Manuel de Castro, ‘San Pedro Regalado, OFM’, Diccionario de historia eclesiástica de España (Madrid, 1972-1975) III, 2065-2066.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Rodriguez Guillen (Pedro Rodríguez Guillén, fl. early 18th cent.)

OFM. Scotist theologian in the Doce Apóstoles province (Peru).

literature

AIA 15 (1955), 419; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 171 (no.734).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Ruiz (Pedro Ruiz, fl. c. 1730)

OFM. Preacher in the Cartagena province.

literature

AIA 36 (1933), 129-130; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 173 (no. 754)

 

 

 

 

Petrus Russelus (early fifteenth century)

Provincial minister of the English Province. Exegete. Works did not survive?

literature

Wadding, Script., 193; Sbaralea, Suppl, II, 365; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 6841-42

 

 

 

 

Petrus Stephanus (Pierre Étienne, fl. later 18th cent.)

literature

Jean-Louis Paumier, ‘Le cordelier Pierre Étienne. Un franciscain nantais atypique au Siècle des Lumières et sous la Révolution’, Études Franciscaines n.s. 2 (2009), 125-136.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Stephanus Puig (Pedro Esteve Puig, 1582-1658)

Spanish Franciscan friar from Denia (Alicante). Joined the order in 1600 in the Santa María de Jesús friary of Valencia. Followed studies in the Franciscan schools/colleges of Valencia, Alzira and Oliva, and went for a while into study retreat (biblical literature and patristics) in the Chelva friary. Was apointed apostolic preacher of the Valencia region by pope Paul V and in 1614 was made commissary for the Holy Places in the Franciscan Holy Land Custody. He became a renowned preacher, with a peculiar homiletic style. He worked as an preacher/missionary worker in the poor quarters of Valencia, and was involved with plague victim support (1633) and the construction of defence structures against piracy at Denia. Near Denia, he also spent time in spiritual retreat in the caves of Monte Montgó, where he also founded a hermitage/convent [see: http://www.denia.com/el-pare-pere/]. He allegedly refused a bishopric offered to him by Philip IV. He died on 3 November 1658 in the San Francisco friary of Valencia. His body was translated to Denia in 1839, where it apparently lies in an uncorrupted state in an open coffin. Attempts to obtain his beatification have been made repeatedly. He wrote a number of vernacular works in prose and verse. Unclear whether some of these were published

literature

El "Pare Pere" de Denia ¿mito o realidad?: (ininterrumpida recordación de fray Pedro Esteve Puig) (Denia: E. Oltra, 1988 [re-issued in 1997 and 2010).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Sutton (? ca. 1300?)

English friar about not much is known. Active in the period immediately prior to Scotus. Several of his quodlibetal and disputed questions have been edited by Etzkorn. Dr. Jerome M. Pica has informed me that his Sentences commentary is quoted by others, yet the work itself has not yet been found.

Quodlibeta: MS Florence, Bibl. Medicea Laurenziana, Aedil. 164, ff. 1r-12v & 13v-18v.

editions

G. Etzkorn, ‘Petrus Sutton(?), O.F.M.: Quodlibeta’, Franciscan Studies 23 (1963), 68-139.

G. Etzkorn, Petrus Sutton(?), O.F.M.: Quaestiones disputatae’, Franciscan Studies 24 (1964), 101-143.

With thanks to Dr. Jerome M. Pica

 

 

 

 

Petrus Thomae (Pedro Tomás, ca. 1280-Oct. 1340) doctor strenuus/doctor invincibilis/doctor proficuus/doctor serenus

Spanish friar and theologian. Pupil of Duns Scotus. Born c. 1280 in Galicia in Northwest Spain. After studies in Paris, he became lector of philosophy and theology at the Studium of Barcelona (c. 1316/17-1332). After 1332, he entered papal service in Avignon(papal penitentiary). In 1336, he was accused of sorcery and spent the rest of his life in prison in Noves, south of Avignon. He died in prison before 13 October 1340. He is nowadays generally regarded as one of the most important Scotist theologians of his generation. Many of his works still await their first modern edition. [In oudere literatuur wordt hij ook genoemd als de auteur van een aantal bijbelcommentaren, waaronder een Commentaria in Apocalypsim, maar deze werken worden ook aan Pontius Carbonel toegeschreven. Hetzelfde geldt voor de Chronologia ab Adamo usque ad Romanos Imperatores, de Catalogus summorum pontificum a Christo Domino usque ad Benedictum XII en de Tractatus de judicio et Antichristo ad Joannem archiepiscopum Toletanum regis Aragonum filium (al deze vier werken volgens Sbaralea onder de naam van Petrus Hispanus in ms. Barcelona, Bibl. Raymundi Delmasses). Het staat nu wel vast dat het apocalypscommentaar, de Chronologia, de Catalogus en de Tractatus door Pontius Carbonel zijn geschreven. De verwarring komt omdat de teksten bekend stonden als het werk van 'broeder Petrus' uit Aragon, hetgeen voor beide broeders opgeld deed. Aan Petrus Thomas werd ook wel het bekende Compendium theologicae veritatis toegeschreven, dat qua opzet sterk doet denken aan het Breviloquium van Bonaventura. Maar dit compendium is van de Dominicaan Hugo Ripelin van Straatsburg. De herziene uitgave van Sbaralea schrijft hierover dat het '...Compendium theologicae veritatis a Pelbarto de Temesvar Petro Aureoli adscriptum, tribuitur praeterquam S, Bonaventurae et Aegidio Romano, etiam Alberto Magno, S. Thomae Aquinati, Thomae de Sutton Ord. Praed., Petro de Tarantasia et ab ipso Sbaralea Petro Thomae Ord. Min., invenitur in nonnullis codicibus saeculi XIII, hinc Petro Aureoli scriptore est antiquuis, et videtur opus Hugonis Ripelin Argentinensis Ord. Praed.' (Sbaralea, Supplementum, II, 327).]

manuscripts

Commentarium in I Sententiarum: MS Rome, BAV cod. Vat.Lat. 1106, ff. 1-327v; BAV Vat. Lat. 2190 ff. 113-125. See also G.G. Bridges (1959) and Pelzer (191)

De Esse Intelligibili: MSS Cambridge, University Ff. III.23; Madrid, Palacio 2.H. 5; Naples, Bibl. Nazionale VIII.F.17 ff. 169-211; Paris, Bibl. Mazarine 3900 ff. 54va-65; Salamanca, University Library 1881 ff. 99-132v; BAV Vat.Lat. 2190 ff. 145v-155v. see also G.G. Bridges (1959) & Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 17.

Tractatus/Quaestiones XV de Ente: Naples, Bibl. Naz. VIII.F.17 ff. 114-153c; Salamanca, University Library 1881 ff. 3-97; BAV Vat.Lat. 2190 ff. 1-62v; Vienna, Staatsbibl. 1494 ff. 1-46. See G.G. Bridges (1959) & Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 17.

Formalitates Minores/Formalitates Breves et Conflatiles/ Formalitates seu Quaestiones de Modis Distinctionum/ Brevissimus Tractatus Septemplicis Disctinctionis:In total 28 MSS: Madrid, Nac. 1796 [Castro, Madrid, no. 96]; Paris, BN Lat. 3433 (15th cent.); Madrid, Nac., 2016 ff. 1-95 & 2017 ff.. 43-51 [Castro, Madrid, no. 110]; Madrid, Nac. 2017 ff. 40v-43v [Castro, Madrid, no. 111]; BAV Vat.Lat. 2190 ff. 72v-113; Naples, Bibl. Naz. VIII.F.17 ff. 58-87. For more manuscripts, see G.G. Bridges (1959) & Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 17.

Formalitates Conflatiles/De Distinctione Predicamentorum: MS Naples Bibl. Naz. VII.C.89 & VIII.F.17 ff. 109v-211v.

Quodlibeta: Madrid, Nac. 2017 ff. 1-40.

Quaestiones de Formis sive de Forma Substantiali: MS BAV Vat.Lat. 2190 ff. 145v-155v.

De Unitate Minori: Naples, Bibl. Naz. VIII.F.17 ff. 153d-163c; Salamanca, Bibl. Univ. 1881 ff. 135-156; BAV Vat.Lat. 2190 ff. 113-125. See G.G. Bridges (1959) & Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 17.

Brevissimus Tractatus Septemplicis Distinctionis. Cf. Castro, Madrid, 116 (n. 111 (2o))

De Divite Christiano: Paris, BN, Lat. 3417 ff. 2-2v (14th cent.); Borgos 267 ff. 32-44. See G.G. Bridges (1959) & & Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 17

Comm. in VIII Libros Physicorum/Quaestiones in Metaphysicam Aristotelis: Madrid, Nac., 2016 ff. 17-162; Paris Mazarine 3490 [See also Künzle [1966) & Castro, Madrid, 115 n. 110]

Liber de Originali Virginis Conceptione: Six MSS, see G.G. Bridges (1959)

editions

Formalitates Breves et Conflatiles/Tractatus brevis de modis distinctionum, ed. Hieronymus Nucciarelli (Venice, 1517) [For full title information, see: Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 18. Recently, a new digital edition was made: Tractatus brevis de modis distinctionum (with English and Catalan trans.), which can be accessed on: http://www.obradoredendum.cat/obres/tractatus_brevis.html. With thanks to Alexander Fidora for this information! See also Egbert Peter Bos, 'Petrus Thomae's De Distinctione Predicamentorum (With a Working Edition)', in: The Winged Chariot: Collected Essays on Plato and Platonism in Honor of L. M. de Rijk, ed. Maria Kardaun & Joke Spruyt (Leiden: Brill, 2000), 277-312.

In Primum Librum Sententiarum, Distrinctio 39 (Utrum Deus habeat de omnibus rebus quantum ad omnes condiciones existencie noticiam determinatam…), ed. Christopher Schabel, Franciscan Studies 61 (2003), 1-35.

Quodlibet, ed. E.M. Buytaert & M.R. Hooper (New York - Louvain - Paderborn, 1957)

Liber de Originali Virginis Innocentia, ed. P. de Alva, Monumenta Antiqua Seraphica pro Immaculata Conceptione Virginis Mariae (Louvain, 1665), 212-274. For other editions, see: Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 18.

Quaestio XIII de Ente, ed. S.D. Dumont, in: Topoi 1 (1992), 135-148.

Utrum sit demonstrabile Deum esse causam primam [=Q 2, dist. 2 of In I Sent.], ed. G. Gál, in: Franciscan Studies 56 (1998), 119-141 [on pp. 142-151, Gál also includes a table of all thequestions discussed by Petrus Thomae in the first book of his Sentences Commentary]

De Unitate Minori, edited as: The tract ‘De unitate minori’ of Petrus Thome, ed. Egbert Peter Bos, Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca, 5 (Louvain: Peeters, 2002).

Petri Thomae Quaestiones de esse intelligibili, ed. Garreth R. Smith, Ancient and Medieval Philosophy. Series I, LII/1; Petri Thomae Opera, 1 (Louvain: Leuven University Press, 2015).

literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum. II. 327, 369-370; Martin de Barcelona, `Fr. Pere Tomás. Doctor Strenuus et Invincibilis', Estudios Franciscanos, 39 (1927), 90-103; A. Pelzer, Codices Vaticani Latini II, pars prior (Bibliotheca Vaticana, 1931), 716ff.; Stegmüller, RB. IV. no. 6915-6918; Dictionnaire de théologie catholique, 12, Parijs 1935, 2046-2049; AIA, 15 (1955), 459; G.E. Mohan, `Petrus Thomas on the Stigmata of St. Francis', Franciscan Studies, 8 (1948), 285-294; Franciscan Studies, 15 (1955), 175-202; Studia Mariana, 9 (1954), 70-110; E.M. Buytaert, ‘The Scholastic Writings of Petrus Thomae’, in: Theologie in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Festschrift M. Schmauss (Munich, 1957), 927-940; G.G. Bridges, Identity and Distinction in Petrus Thomae, O.F.M., Franciscan Institute Publications 14 (New York: St. Bonaventure, 1959) [on pp. 177-180 a listing of the manuscripts]; W. Hoeres, `Zur Onthologie von Petrus Thomae, O.F.M.', Franz. Stud., 43 (1961), 374-379; P. Künzle, ‘Mitteilungen aus Codex Mazarine 3490 zum Schrifttum des Franziskaners Petrus Thomae, vorab zu seinen Quaestiones in Metaphysicam’, AFH 59 (1966), 3-37; Pius Künzle, 'Petrus Thomae oder Franciscus de Maironis?', Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 61 (1968), 462-463; I. Brady, ‘The Later Years of Petrus Thomae’, in: Studia Mediaevalia et Mariologica. Festschrift C. Balic (Rome, 1971), 249-257; Isaac Vázquez, ‘Aportaciones histórico-literarias a la historia del pensamiento medieval en España’, Antonianum 47 (1972), 648-655; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 184 (no. 823); S.D. Dumont, ‘The Univocity of the Concept of Being in the Fourteenth Century: II. The De Ente of Peter Thomae’, Mediaeval Studies 50 (1988), 186-256; Alfonso Maieru, ‘Logica e teologia trinitaria nel commento alle sentenze attribuito a Petrus Thomae’, in: Lectionum Varietates. Hommage (…) Paul Vignaux (1904-1987), ed. J. Jolivet, Z. Kaluza & A. de Liberia, Études de Philosophie Médiévale 65 (Paris, 1991), 177-198; S.D. Dumont, ‘Transcendental Being: Scotus and Scotists’, in: The Transcendentals in the Middle Ages, ed. J.J.E. Gracia, issue of Topoi 11 (1992), 135-148; M. de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la provincia franciscana de Santiago siglos XIII-XIX (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 17f.; Gedeon Gál, ‘Petrus Thomae’s proof for the existence of God’, Franciscan Studies 56 (1998), 115-151; Egbert Peter Bos, ‘Petrus Thomae's De Distinctione Predicamentorum (With a Working Edition)‘, in: The Winged Chariot: Collected Essays on Plato and Platonism in Honor of L. M. de Rijk, ed. Maria Kardaun & Joke Spruyt (Leiden: Brill, 2000), 277-312; Egbert Peter Bos, ‘Petrus Thomae on Unity that is less than Numerical‘, in: La tradition médiévale des catégories, XIIe - XVe siècles: Actes de XIII Symposium européen de logique et de sémantique médiévales, Avignon, 6 - 10 juin 2000, ed. Joël Biard & Irène Rosier-Catach (Louvain, 2003), 207-224; Kazimierz Gryzenia, ‘Piotr od Tomasza (Petrus Thomae)’, in: Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii 8 (2007), 217-218; William Courtenay, ‘Early Scotists at Paris. A Reconsideration’, Franciscan Studies 69 (2011), 175-231; Garrett R. Smith, ‘The Origin of Intelligibility According to Duns Scotus, William of Alnwick, and Petrus Thomae’, Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales 81 (2014), 37-74

With thanks to Alexander Fidora.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Varo (Pedro Varona/Varaona de Valdivielso, later 16th cent.)

Obervant friar from Castile. Preacher and homiletic instructor.

editions

In Psalmum Octogesimum Sextum Literalis, Mystica et Moralis Interpretatio (Salamanca: Ioannes et Andreas Renaut, 1596)

Tractado sobre el Ave Maria (Salamanca: Ioannes et Andreas Renaut, 1596)

De arcano verbo, sive de vivo omniumque factivo sermone Dei, atque de concionatoribus eiusdem ad sacri textus intelligentiam sectiones VI (Madrid: Ludovicus Sanchez, 1595). This edition is available via Google Books.

literature

Anales del Seminario de Valencia, 6 (1966), 332, n. 1784 & 1785

 

 

 

 

Petrus Vergilius (Pietro Vergilii da Cassia, fl. first half 17th cent.)

OFMConv. Scotist philosopher and theologian. Regent lector in Urbino, Aquila and elsewhere. Granted the title of perpetual definitor in the Umbria province.

editions

Dilucidatio assertorum Scoti, quae ab aliquibus contradictora reputantur (Perugia: Sebastiano Zecchini etc., 1649).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 527-528.

 

 

 

 

Petrus Wallensis (Peter Walsh, fl. mid 17th cent.)

English friar and defender of royal absolutist positions during the reign of James II. Collaborator of Redmond Caron.

editions

The history and vindication of the loyal formulary, or Irish remonstrance (1674).

Causa Valesiana epistolis ternis praelibata et in fine additamentum (1684).

 

 

 

 

Petrus Vives (Pedro Vives Ivars, 1688-1743)

OFM. Spanish Observant friar from the Valencia province. Popular preacher and religious educator. He was born in Murla (Spanish Alicante province) on June 29, 1688, and joined the Franciscan order in the Observant San Francisco de Valencia province. He was ordained priest and joined the recentlty erected Franciscan college for apostolic rural mission in the Santo Espíritu del Monte friary (Gilet). After his training, Pedro worked for a number of years in the Valencia region and also created a Catecismo, which was printed for the first time in 1740/41. This catechism would go through more than 150 editions until the second half of the twentieth century. Padro died in the Santo Espíritu del Monte friary on January 22, 1743, at the age of 55.

editions

Catecismo breve, ed. L. Resines Morente (Valencia: Ajuntament de Valencia, 2002).

literature

Andrés Ivars, ‘La enseñanza catequística y el ‘Catecismo’ del P. Pedro Vives, OFM (1688-1743)’, AIA 18 (1922), 70-118; César Tomás Laguía, El ‘Catecismo de la doctrina cristiana’ y el P. Fr. Pedro Vives, franciscano (Teruel, 1946) [published conference lecture]; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 191 (no. 877); III centenario del nacimiento de Fr. Pedro Vives (Murla, 1988).

 

 

 

 

Philibert Gruber (18th cent.)

Franciscan theologian, see: Fidelis Schwendinger,  ‘Ein Augustinianer des XVIII. Jahrhunderts, P. Philibert von Gruber O.F.M.’, Franziskanische Studien 20 (1933), 145-168

 

 

 

 

Philippus Antonius Madrid (Felipe Antonio Madrid/de Santa Bárbara, fl. c. 1750)

OFMDisc. Poet in the San José province.

literature

AIA 15 (1955), 339; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 143 (no. 533).

 

 

 

 

Philippus Bernardi (1649-1719)

OFMCap. Florentine friar. Born at 29 April 1649 at Florence, he entered the order at Cortona at 26 May 1668. He became the provincial archivist and secretary, and therafter secretary of the minister general Bernardino d’Arezzo. He died in the Florentine Montughi convent. He was a productive writer on the history of the Capuchins in the Florentine region and elsewhere (based on his extensive knowledge of the Capuchin archives), yet most if not all of his works have remained unedited.

manuscripts

Ragguaglio dell’origine e progressi dei conventi dei cappuccini della provincia di Toscana (1704):>>>

Relazione di quando i cappuccini furono deputati alla cura spirituale del bagno e delle galere di Livorno (1706):>>>

Relazione della fondazione dei due primi conventi de’cappuccini nella città di Varsavia e Cracovia nel regno di Polonia:>>>

etc. For a complete overview or his works, see Teetaert, who lists no less than 15 works and informs us that all manuscripts of these can be found in the provincial archives of the Capuchin provincial archive of Tuscany (Florence, Montughi).

literature

Sisto da Pisa, Storia dei cappuccini toscani (Florence, 1906-1909) I, 29-33, 513, 531, 589, 619 & II, 12, 137, 182, 222, 358-360; A. Teetaert, ‘Bernardi’, DHGE VIII, 778-779.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Bosquier (1562-1636)

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literature

B. De Troeyer, `Bio-bibliografie van de minderbroeders in de Nederlanden 17e eeuw. Voorstudies 4. Philippe Bosquier (1562-1636)', Franciscana, 32, 2 (1977), 87-117; Benjamin De Troeyer, Bosquier, Philippe, minderbroeder, predikant en publicist’, Nationaal Biografisch Woordenboek XVI, 121-134.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Brusserius Savonensi (ca. 1260-1340)

Italian friar from Savona. Joined the Franciscan order at Genua. Studied at Paris with Nicholas of Lyra. After his return to the Genuan province, he taught theology in the provincial school network. Active supporter of the Genuese crusade activities of 1301. In this context, he travelled as urban ambassador to Pope Boniface VIII. Between 1301 and 1306 Filippo travelled to the Middle East to further the cause of Christian access to the Holy Land (spending time at the court of the Sultan of Babylon). After his return to Western Europe, Filippo offered several proposals to pope Clement V. In 1322, Filippo is guardian of the Savona convent. He probably died there in October 1340. To Filippo are ascribed a Compendium historiarum Ordinis Minorum et privilegiorum eidem Concessorum, Acta ministrorum generalium, a lost Chronicon franciscanae provinciae Genuensis, and a Descriptio Terrae Sanctae/Liber Peregrinationis.

manuscripts

Liber Peregrinationis: Berlin, Hamilton 631 ff. 15r-26v (14th cent.)

editions

Wilhelm A. Neumann (ed.) Descriptio Terrae Sanctae. in: Oesterreichische Vierteljahresschrift für katholische Theologie. 9 (1872) 1-78, 165-174.

literature

Wadding, Scriptores (ed. Rome, 1906), 195; Sbaralea, Supplementum (ed. Rome, 1921) II, 376; Bullarium Franciscanum IV, ed. Sbaralea (Rome, 1768), nos. 209-212 & V, ed. Eubel, nos. 57-59; Astengo, Memorie particolari degli uomini illustri di Savona di Giovanni Vincenzo Verzellino (Savona, 1885) I, 511-534; Hieronymus Golubovich, Biblioteca bio-bibliografica della Terra Santa, II (Quaracchi, 1913), 228 & III (Quaracchi, 1919), 29-36; A. Van den Wyngaert, ‘Brusseri’, DHGE X, 984-985

 

 

 

 

Philippus Cagliola (Filippo Cagliola da Malta, fl. mid 17th cent.)

OFMConv. Studied at the Collegium S. Bonaventurae from 1634 onwards. After his graduation he was lector at Syracuse, Cattania and lector of dogmatic theology at the friary of Rome. Governed as general commissary the three Maltese Conventual friares . Subsequently secretary and provincial commissary of the Sicily province, guardian of the friaries of Palermo and Messina. Personal theologian of the bishop of Ceffalù, and consultant/theologian for the inquistion on Malta. He died in Naples. He apparently wrote a substantial number of works, but only three would have reached the printing press.

manuscripts

Cattholica pugna Inquisitorum Apostolicorum in haereticam pravitatem (1649). The author's death would have prevented this work's publication.

editions

Lettra di Messina in diffesa di Maria. Cioè l'immacolata concettione della gran Madre di Dio pruouata, e diffesa per noue discorsi sopra la lettra (Messina: nella stamperia di Giacomo Matthei, 1643).

Defensio Immaculatae Conceptionis B.V. Mariae (Messina, 1643). Is this the same work as the Lettra di Messina in diffesa di Maria?

Almæ Siciliensis Prouinciæ Ordinis Minorum Conuentualium S. Francisci Manifestationes Nouissimæ, Sex Explorationibus Complexæ. Quibus Seraphici Conuentualis Ordinis in Hoc Siculo Regno Exordia (...) Præstantur (Venice: Typis Petri Turini, 1644). This work was re-issued as: Sicilia francescana: secoli XIII-XVII, ed. Filippo Rotolo, Collana Franciscana, I (Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali, 1984). This re-issue also includes a lengthy biographical sketch of Filippo Cagliola on pp. iii-xxvii.

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 203-204. See also the biographica information provided in the 1984 edition of the Almæ Siciliensis Prouinciæ Ordinis Minorum Conuentualium S. Francisci Manifestationes Nouissimæ.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Chrismann (Philippus Neri, 1751-?)

OFM. Theologian.

literature 

DThCat II, 2415 

 

 

 

 

Philippus Cid Lara (Felipe Cid Lara, fl. late 18th cent.)

OFM. Friar of the Cartagena province.

literature

AIA 21 (1924), 339; AIA 38 (1935), 98; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 104 (no. 235).

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Ayala (Felipe de Ayala, fl. early 17th cent.)

Provincial of the Castilia province.

literature/editions

AIA 17 (1922), 481; AIA 15 (1955), 234-235; BHL VI nos. 1797-1800; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 90 (no. 138).

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Bagna Cavallo (d. 1511)

Lector regens of Bologna in 1488 and regens at Venice in 1491. Famous preacher. Provincial of Bologna between 1499 and 1500, and again in 1508. Professor of Metaphysics and Moral Philosophy, U. of Bologna, 1506-10. Minister General in 1510

editions

Conciones Quadragesimales

Edition of the Opus Oxoniense of Scotus (Venice, 1497) [??]

literature

Sbaralea, Suppl., II, 383; B. Pergamo, AFH, 27 (1934), 50-1.

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Berbegal (Filippo de Berbegal, fl. first half 15th cent.)

Obervant friar from Saragossa. Joined the order in the Aragon province. Confessor of King Alfonso V of Aragon. In 1426, pope Martin V gave him permission to establish an Observant convent in the Aragon province (bull Sacrae religionis, 1426). In 1430, Filippo wrote against the Constitutiones Martinianae (which had been promulgated at the general chapter of Assisi in 1430 and aimed at reuniting the order, torn apart by Observant and Conventual factions). After publishing his Apologia, Filippo left the Observants (who were inclined to accept the 1430 constitutions), and with a few fellow friars founded a new Observant congregation: the congregatio de la capucciola (named after the pointed shape of their hood. Filippo’s initiative came under heavy attack from the Observan provincial vicar of France, Jean de Brixen, and from the Observant vicar general John Capistran. In 1434, pope Eugenius IV disbanded the congregation, condemning Filippo and several of his fellow friars as promotors of false doctrines.

manuscripts/editions

Oración en elogio de Alonso V de Aragón

Apologia contra Constitutiones Martinianas an. 1430 in Comitiis Generalibus Assisii pro Ordine Minorum Editas

Nuevas constituciones para la orden de San Francisco

Tratado de la necessidad y de la conveniencia de reformar la orden franciscana

literature

Wadding, Annales Minorum (ed. Lyon, 1642) V, 133, 182, 255-256; Sbaralea, Supplementum (ed. Rome, 1921) II, 374; H. Holzapfel, Handbuch der Geschichte des Franziskanerordens (Freiburg in Br.,1909), 140; A. Teetaert, ‘Berbegal’, DHGE VIII, 336.

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Bononia? (fl. ca. 1400?)

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Bridlington (fl. ca. 1300)

Theologian. Between ca. 1300-1302 lector of theology at the Franciscan Studium of Oxford. Maybe teacher of Scotus

manuscripts

Quaestio in Vesperis: Worchester Cath., Q. 99

Quaestio: Assisi, 158

In I. Sent?

literature

J. Lechner, Franz. Stud., 19 (1932), 111-115; Little & Pelster, Oxford Theology and Theologians (Oxford, 1934), 235f, 344-347; Stegmüller, RS, I. n. 697; Emden, O., I., 265; Scharp, Handlist

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Civitate Nova (Felipe da Civitanova, fl. mid 18th. cent.))

OFMCap. Author of Lettera instruttiva indiretta al Sig. N.N. (Fermo, 1756). It amounts to a preaching manual.

literature

Lexicon Capuccinum, 533.

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Ghisulfis (first half 14th cent.)

French-Italian (?) friar. To him is ascribed a Commentaria super Apocalypsim (Ms. Assisi, Communale 80 (S. Francesco) ff. 1-174, 15th-century manuscript). Yet Sbaralea also ascribes this commentary to Guilelmus de Melitona toegeschreven. Maybe Philippus was the scribe/copyist. Stegmüller also mentions this commentary, yet he does so under the name of Pseudo Haimo de Halberstadt and remarks that it is also ascribed to Philipus Ghissulfis.

editions

literature

Wadding, Scriptores, 196; Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 381; Stegmüller, RB III, no. 3122 en IV, no. 6962

 

 

 

 

Philippus de las Casas (Philippus de Jesu, d. 1597, Nagasaki) Beatus (1627) Sanctus (1862) Patron Saint of Mexico City

OMObs. Born in Mexico city from Spanish parents. Entered the order for a short while, but left again during his noviciate. Active as merchant in Manila. In 1590 he entered the order again. In 1596, on his way to Mexico, he stranded in Japan. Prepared himself for priesthood, but was crucified (together with 24 other Christians) in Nagasaki. author?

literature

J.A. Pichardo, Vida y martiro del (...) S. Felipe de Jesús (Guadalajara, Mexico, 1934)

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Majorca (fl. early 14th cent.)

Younger son of King James I of Majorca and the brother of Queen Sancia of Naples (the pious wife of Robert the Wise). Philip’s elder brother had joined the Friars Minor, whereas Philip himself initially opted for the Dominicans. As Philip found the Dominican forma vitae unsatisfactory, he eventually chose to become a member of the Franciscan third order. He supported the Franciscan spirituals (esp. Angelo Clareno and his group). During his years as regent of the Majorca Kingdom (1324-1329, for his young nephew James II), Majorca became a safe haven for spirituals and beguins persecuted by the inquisition, pope John XXII and the Franciscan leadership.

editions

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literature 

J.-M. Vidal, ‘Un Ascète de sang royal, Philippe de Majorque’, Revue des questions historiques 45 (1910), 361-403; Bruno W. Häuptli, ‘Philipp von Mallorca (Philippus de Maiorcis)’, Biographisch-Bibliographisch Kirchenlexikon 25 (2005), 1065-1070.

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Meron (fl. second half 15th cent.)

Swedish or Dutch friar? Doctor of theology and active in Sweden in the second half of the fifteenth century. After some apparitions, he became a champion for establishing an additional feast for Saint Joseph (in addition to the commemoration of the saints death on 19 March). Eventually received permission from the Swedish episcopate to organise such a feast, replete with a liturgical ofice, on 14 January. Philippus apparently wrote a Latin treatise on the subject, or rather an eulogy on St. Joseph, fragments of which can be found in several manuscripts. There also survives a Dutch treatise, the eleventh chapter of which seems to be a translation of Philippus’ treatise. The title of the Dutch treatise, which might have been produced by Philippus himself (after a return to The Netherlands?), is Die historie vanden heiligen patriarch Joseph, brudegom der maget maria ende opvoeder ons heren ihesu cristi. This Dutch treatise in turn had a significant influence on later Dutch lives of Saint Joseph (cf. esp. the studies of Albert Ampe).

manuscripts

Vita Sancti Josephi: Liège, Grand Séminaire/Bibliothèque Publique A. Ménon MS 6 M 18 ff. 29r-50v; Brussels, Bibl. Royale MS 4837 ff. 168r-176v.

editions

Die historie vanden heiligen patriarch Joseph, brudegom der maget maria ende opvoeder ons heren ihesu cristi (Gouda, c. 1498) [A copy of this incunable can be found in the Dutch Royal Library, The Hague]

literature

M. Verjans, ‘De eeredienst van den H. Jozef en P. Filip van Meron’, Ons Geestelijk Erf 7 (1933), 342-347; T. Bosquet, ‘Philippe de Meron (…) et l’‘Histoire’ de S. Joseph’, in: Saint Joseph durant les quinze premiers siècles de l’Église, = Cahiers de Joséphologie 19 (Rome, 1971), 497-528; B. De Troeyer, Bio-bibliographia franciscana neerlandica ante saeculum XVI (Nieuwkoop, 1974) I, 159-167, II, 94-95, III, 139-140; Albert Ampe, ‘Philips van Meron en Jan van Denemarken’, Ons Geestelijk Erf 50 (1976), 10-37, 148-203, 260-308, 353-377; 51 (1977), 169-197; 52 (1978), 397-427; 53 (1979), 240-303; 54 (1980), 113-157; Albert Ampe, ‘Philippe van Meron, O.F.M. et Jan van Denemarken. Nouveaux aspects sur le développement de la dévotion à saint Joseph aux Pays-Bas vers 1500’, Cahiers de Joséphologie 25 (1977), 477-499; Albert Ampe, ‘Een handschrift uit Soeterbeeck met werk van Jan van Denemarken’, Handelingen der Koninklijke Zuidnederlandse Maatschappij voor Taal- en Letterkunde en Geschiedenis 39 (1980), 5-46; Albert Ampe, ‘Philippe de Meron’, DSpir XII, 1308-1309.

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Monte Calerio (Filippo da Moncagliere/Moncalieri, d. c. 1344)

Italian friar, born at Moncalieri, near Turin. Entered the order in the Genua province. Lector of the Franciscan studium at Padua in 1330, and appointed penitentiary in the St. Peter Basilica of Rome by pope Benedict XII on 1 March 1336. Probably kept that position until his death, around 1344. Probably buried in the Aracoeli convent. As lector at the Padua studium, Philip composed for his students the first part of the Postilla super Evangelia Domenicalia. In the preface to the work, he also anounced a second part Super Evangelia que Leguntur in XLa, which, if we can believe the manuscript information, was finished on the 24th Sunday after Pentecost (also in 1330?). Philip also promised to compose a volume of Sermones et Collationes Morales, yet these do not seem to have survived. His Postilla super Evangelia Domenicalia and his Postilla super Evangelia que Leguntur in XLa had considerable success, witness the large number of manuscripts from the 14th and 15th century (Italian, French, German, Spanish, and Middle-European manuscripts). Not surprizingly, Mariano da Firenze calls him a ‘vir devotus et magnus praedicator’ (cf. Compendium, AFH 3 (1910), 309). The work also was printed under the title Postilla Abbreviata. Parts of the collections were published separately as well. The sermons of Philippus were especially sought after by Observant homiletic practitioners, not in the least because the sermons provide complete commentaries on the Gospel readings for the sundays in question, and have a strong pastoral intent. For the ‘proto-humanist’ tendencies in his sermons, see the remarks of Smalley.

manuscripts

Postilla super Evangelia Domenicalia/Sermones Dominicales: Naples, Naz. VII.A.19 ff. 1a-8d; VIII.AA.14 ff.1a-238b [Cenci, Napoli]; Sacro Convento di Assisi 238 and 245

Postilla super evangelia quadragesimalia: Biblioteca del Sacro Convento di Assisi 239.

Both his collections also found in abbreviated versions that allowed for having both collections in one MS, For example in MS Rome, BAV, Chig. C.VII 199 (a pecia manuscript from Paris from 1344) and MS Oxford, Bodleian Laud. Misc. 281 (written in Paris in 1340 by a Benedictine), and MS Pasis, Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal 404 (another pecia manuscript from Paris).

editions

Postilla Super Evangelia Dominicalia Totius Anni, ed. Jonselmus Canova (Milan, 1490/Lyon, 1510/1515/1540) Partial editions came for instance out as Sermones de Sanctis et Dominicale (Milan, 1487)/Domenicale (Milan, 1498/Lyon, 1501)/Quadragesimale / Postilla super Evangelia que leguntur in Quadragesima (Milan: Ulrich Scinzenzeler, 1498); Dominicale fratris Philippi de monte Calerio ordinis minorum (Lyon: Johannes Cleyn for Balthasar de Gabianus, 1510/ sumptibus nobilis viri Balthasaris de gabiano [...] : industria vero et arte probi viri Iacobi myt, 1515)/Lyon, 1541); Conciones de SS. Eucharistia (Lyon, 1515) [cf. Hain n. 11593-11594]

The prologues of his Postilla super Evangelia Dominicalia (from MS Assisi, Biblioteca del Sacro Convento 238, f. 1rA-B, the introduction to the Tabula alfabetica of the Postilla Super Evangelia Dominicalia (from MS Assisi, Biblioteca del Sacro Convento 238, f.207rA), the prologue to the Postilla super Evangelia Quadragesimalia (based on MS Assisi, Biblioteca del Sacro Convento 239, f. 2rA), as well as the inroduction to the Postilla super Evangelia Dominicalia et Quadrigesimalia (from MS Oxford, Bodleian Laud. Misc. 281, f. 229vb) have been edited in Emanuele Fontana, ‘Filippo da Moncalieri e le sue ‘Postille’ sui vangeli domenicali e quaresimali’, Franciscana 11 (2009), and in Emanuele Fonana, Frati, libri e insegnamento nella provincia minoritica di S. Antonio (secoli xiii-xiv) (Padua: Centro Studi Antoniani, 2012), 279-282.

literature

Mariano di Firenze, Compendium Chronicarum, AFH 3 (1910), 309; Wadding, Scriptores 196f; Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 381-382; Zawart, 290; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 6966 (see no. 9006!); B. Smalley, English Friars and Antiquity in the Early Fourteenth Century (Oxford, 1960), 276-277; Pierre Péano, ‘Philippe de Moncalieri’, DSpir XII, 1316-1317; Emanuele Fontana, ‘Filippo da Moncalieri e le sue ‘Postille’ sui vangeli domenicali e quaresimali’, Franciscana 11 (2009), 223-356; Emanuele Fontana, 'Un sermone di Filippo da Moncalieri per la festa dei Santi Innocenti (1335)', in: Arbor ramosa: studi per Antonio Rigon da allievi amici colleghi, ed. Luciano Bertazzo et al. (Padua, 2011), 249-264; Emanuele Fontana, Frati, libri e insegnamento nella provincia minoritica di S. Antonio (secoli xiii-xiv) (Padua: Centro Studi Antoniani, 2012), passim.

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Rodigo (d. c. 1503)

>>>OFMObs

literature

Maria Agata Pincelli, ‘Filippo da Rodigo’, DBI XXXVII, 763-764.

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Roetlingen (fl. 1495)

OMObs. Active in the province of Strasbourg. Editor of the sermons of friar Robert Caraccioli de Lecce

literature

Zawart, 331

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Sosa (d. after 1575)

Franciscan friar of Cordoba? Author of De Excellentia Evangelii (Sevilla, 1569). Also ascribed to him is a Hortulum Virginitatis and a De Mysteriis Angelorum (Salamanca, 1539) But these two ascriptions are doubtfull. He should not be identified with the anonymous author of the Vergel de Virginidad and other works (among which a Misterio de Los Angelos)

literature

S. Lopéz Santidrian, `Vergel de Virginidad', Dict de Spir., 16 (1994), 403-410.

 

 

 

 

Philippus de Tuderco (Filippo da Todi fl. 15th cent)

Silvano Bracci, Il Beato Filippo e il suo convento di Castel d’Emilio-Agugliano (Agugliano: Quaderno Biblioteca Comunale, 2006).

On Filippo de Todi, fl. 15th cent.)

 

 

 

 

Philippus Diez (Felipe Díez/Díaz, d. 1601)

OFMObs. Spanish/Portugese friar from the Santiago province. Apostolic Preacher.

editions

Conciones Dominicales/Reverendi Patris Philippi Diez Lusitani Ordinis Minorum Regularis Observantiae, Provinciae Sancti Jacobi Quadruplicum Concionum Quae Quotidie a Dominica in Septuagesima usque ad Gloriosam Domini Resurrectionem in Sancta Ecclesia habentur (Salamanca: Ioannes Ferdinandus, 1583). Several volumes. For additional editions and editions of various different volumes of this very successful work, see Castro (1996), 88-104. Parts of this work can now also be found on Google Books.

Sermo de Sacramento Eucharistiae: MS Barcelona, Bibl, Univ. 1069 f. 379. [copy from a sermon taken from his Conciones Dominicales?]

Sermon de San Francisco [Spanish sermon, seems to be a precursor to one of the text found in the Conciones]. Published in the AIA 42 (1982), 267-292.

Summa Praedicantium, 2 Vols. (Salamanca: Juan Fernández, 1586/Venice, 1586/Salamanca, 1589/Lyons, 1592). For additional editions, see Castro (1996), 104ff.

Oeconomia Evangelica (Cologne, 1684). Mentioned in the Bibliotheca Universa Franciscana II, 483.

Marial de Sacratissima Virgen Nuestra Señora, en que se contienen muchas consideraciones de grande spiritu, y puntos delicadissimos de la divina Scriptura, de mucha erudicion y provecho, asi para predicadores, como para los demás, estodos de personas ecclesiasticas y seglares. Con un tratado al cabo de la Passion de Christo nuestro Redemtor y de la soledad de la sacratíssima Virgen nuestra Señora (Salamanca: Juan Fernández, 1596). For additional editions, see Castro (1996), 108ff.

Quinze tratados en los quales se contienen muchas excelentes consideraciones para los actos generales que se celebran en la sancta Iglesia de Dios muy provechosos para todos los fieles christianos (Salamanca: Juan Fernández, 1590/1597). For other early editions, see Castro (1996), 110f.

For smaller letters and applications, see also Wadding, Annales Minorum XXII, 79 n. 71, 404-406, n. 31; AIA 24 (1964), 409.

literature

Harry Caplan & Henry H. King, ‘Latin Tractates on Preaching: A Book-List’, The Harvard Theological Review 42:3 (Jul., 1949), 189; Manuel de Castro y Castro, Escritores de la Provincia Franciscana de Santiago. Siglos XIII-XIX, Liceo Franciscano. Revista de Estudio e Investigacion XLVIII (2a Epoca): 145-147 (Santiago de Compostella, 1996), 88-112.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Fabri (Filippo Fabri da Faenza, 1564-1630)

OFMConv. Born near Brisighella (Faenza) as the son of Francesca and Tomaso Fabri. Joined the order in 1582: fulfilling his noviciate in Cremona and making his solemn profession in Faenza. Education at Ferrara and Pavia, and at the Collegium S. Bonaventurae in Rome. Given his degree in 1593, he became lector of the Venice studium, regent of Cremona for three years and regent and the Padua studium for six years. Made public theology professor at Padua university in 1606. He was elected provincial minister of his province at the general chapter of Faenza in 1626 (successor of Montagna da Maranello). Following this provincialate administrative position, he returned to the theology chair of Padua, but his health declined quickly, and he died at the end of August 1630.

editions

Philosophia naturalis Joan. Duns Scoti, ex quatuor libris sententiarum , et quodlibetis collecta; in theoremata distributa et contra Adversarios omnes tam Veteres quam Recentiores, impugnationibus, et defensionibus illustrata, ac dilucidata (...) Et in cuius fine additus est Tractatus brevis facilis, & necessarius in formalitates Scoti (Parma, 1601/1606/Venice: Giovanni Battista Bertoni, 1616 [3rd ed.]/1622). The third 1616 edition is accessible via Google Books.

Disputationes theologicae libr(os) IV sententiarum complectentes, quibus doctrina Scoti dilucidatur et defenditur (Venice, 1613-1620). This work consist of four volumes, issued independently. The first volume, entitled Disputationes theologicae Libru Primum sententiarum complectentes, Ex Seu ca autem materiam de Creatione, & de Angelis, ex tertio materiam de Incarnatione, ex Quaerto quae spectant ad Sacrameta in genere, & in specie ad Baptismum, Confirmationem, & Eucharistiam. Secundum serium distinctionum Magistri Sententiarum, & Quaestionum Scoti, paucis exceptis ordinatae. Quibus doctina Scoti magna facilitate dilucidatur, & contra Adversarios omnes veteres, & recentiores defenditur (Venice: Bartolomeo Ginami, 1613), is accessible via Google Books.

Theologicae disputationes de praedestinatione Dei (Venice: Marco Ginami, 1623).

Disputationes theologicae. Complectentes materiam de poenitentia, de peccato, de purgatorio, de suffragijs, de indulgentijs, atque omnia alia, quae Theologi tractant in IV Sent. à dist. xiv usque ad xxij. Auctore F. Philippo Fabro Fauentino ord. min. conuent. Quibus doctina Scoti magna facilitate dilucidatur, & contra Adversarios omnes veteres, & recentiores defenditur (Venice: Marco Ginami, 1623). Accessible via Google Books.

Disputationes theologicae De Restitutione, & Extrema Unctione, auctore F. Philippo Fabro Faventino Ord. Min. Convent. In Universitate Patavina Sacrae Theologiae Professore (...) (Venice: Marco Ginami, 1624). Accessible via Google Books.

Adversus impios atheos disputationes quatuor philosophicae (...) (Venice: Marco Ginami, 1627).

De Sacramento Ordinis, paenis, & censuris Ecclesiasticis (Venice: Marco Ginami, 1628).

In duodecim libros metafisicorum Aristotelis ad mentem Scoti, opus posthumum, ed. P. Ferchius (Venice: Marco Ginami, 1637).

De Primatu Petri, & Pontificis Romani, ac aliis Ecclesiasticis dogmatibus aduersus quatuor priores libros Marci Antonij de Dominis, de Republica Christiana, opus posthumum, ed. P. Ferchius (?)

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 204-218, 583-584; Claus A. Andersen, Untersuchungen zum Metaphysikwerk des Bartholomaeus Mastrius. Mit Dokumentation der Metaphysik in der scotistischen Tradition ca. 1620-1750 (Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2016), 870.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Florentinus (early fourteenth century)

Lector at the Convent of St. Croce, 1301. Author of several works

literature

C. Cenci, Constituzioni della provincia toscana tra i secoli XIII e XIV', Studi Francescani, 79 (1982), 397

 

 

 

 

Philippus Florentinus (Philippus a Firenze, ….)

OFMCap….

editions

Itinera Ministri Generalis Bernardini ab Arezzo (1691-1698), ed. M. d’Alatri, 4 Vols. (Rome, 1968-1973)

 

 

 

 

Philippus Gesualdi (Filippo Gesualdi da Castrovillari, 23-02, 1550 - 12-12, 1618)

OFMConv. Italian friar from Castrovillari (Cosenza province). Theologian, minister general, and bishop. Received grammatical instruction as a young boy by the Conventuals of Castrovillari (esp. by friar Vittorio Cappelli) and became a novice there at the age of 16. After his profession, he was sent to various important study houses of the order (Rome, Padua, and Treviso), to complete his philosophical and theological education. Ordained priest in 1573 and bestowed with the title of magister artium et theologiae at the general chapter of Perugia (12 May, 1580). Embarked on a career as educator and pastoral theologian. Was secretary at the general chapter of 1581, and became regent master at the study house of Padua (where Francesco de Salo was one of his students and where he also founded confraternities), and after a period as general commissioner and visitator of the Sicily province (appointed by Pope Sixtus V), in the early 1580s, he taught at Naples (1588, where he completed his Lectura Sacrae Theologiae super Primum Sententiarum). Was appointed provincial minister of the Calabrian province. Around the same time, he was asked by the cardinal protector of the order (Cardinal Cusano), to reform the Assisi convent). In between these various appointments, he returned to Padua, where (sometime between 1590 and 1592), he composed his Ordinaria Lectura super Librum tertium iuxta Mentem Scoti, in which he defended the immaculate conception. Still at Padua, in 1592, he published his most well-known work, the Plutosofia, con la quale si spiega l’arte della memoria, as well as several devotional works. During his stay in Padua, he continued to be active in founding confraternities and writing rules and statutes for them. In the same year 1592, Pope Clement VIII appointed him assistent general to the minister general Francesco Bonfigli. The year thereafter (1593), he was elected minister general of the OFMConv, a position that he kept until 1602. As minister general, Filippo activily endorsed the Tridentine reforms, and brough the conventual branch back to a more strict observance of the original Franciscan ideals. He personally visited several order provinces and repeatedly published reform decrees. During his third term as general minister, Clement VIII made him bishop of Cariati and Cerenzia (15 August, 1601). During the subsequent general chapter, he resigned from office, and took up the episcopal charge in his Calabrian episcopate. As bishop, Filippo became very involved with issues of pastoral care, as well as with social-economic issues, to lighten the poverty and living conditions of the poor. Made much work of categetical instruction and the training of the secular clrgy. he founded several confraternities and helped founding a hospital for the sick and for poor pilgrims. He died on 12 December 1618 in the odour of sanctity (he appears in several Franciscan Martyrologies) and was buried in the Cathedral of his episcopate. His corps was transferred to the sacristy in the 18th century, during restauration activities. Thereafter, the whereabouts of his tombe are unknown. Filippo was a prolific author, not only in the fields of doctrinal and pastoral theology, but also on devotional issues and philosophical matters.

manuscripts

Resolutissima Lectura super Librum Tertium Magistri Sententiarum; Trattato dei Modi di Moltiplicare i Concepti per lo Exercitio del Predicatore: Palermo, Biblioteca Comunale Qq A 35:

Lectura Sacrae Theologiae super Primum Sententiarum >>>: Until 1806, when the order was suppressed, this work was kept in the convent library of Castrovillari.

Ordinaria Lectura super Librum tertium iuxta Mentem Scoti: Until 1806, when the order was suppressed, this work was kept in the convent library of Castrovillari.

Regesta Ordinis Minorum Conventualium an. 1581-1582: Rome Arch. SS. Apostoli>>

Relazioni delle chiese di Cariati e Cerenzia: Vatican Archives, Congregatio Concilii, Visite ad limina, Cariati>>

Prediche dell'Avvento di Fra Filippo Gesualdo recitate in Palermo nell'Anno 1588>>> Until 1806, when the order was suppressed, this work was kept in the convent library of Castrovillari.

Prediche miscellanee: >> Until 1806, when the order was suppressed, this work was kept in the convent library of Castrovillari.

Offitio dell’Oratorio Serafico:>> Until 1806, when the order was suppressed, this work was kept in the convent library of Castrovillari.

Regole per la Congregazione del SS. Crocifisso di Saracena:.>> Until 1806, when the order was suppressed, this work was kept in the convent library of Castrovillari.

Expositio in Regulam S. Francisci, quadripartita, iuxta Cardinales Mundi plagas? Manuscript in the Todi friary?

Istituto della disciplina mentale:>> Until 1806, when the order was suppressed, this work was kept in the convent library of Castrovillari.

Memoriale della Passione di Christo o Compassione di Maria Vergine>>>

Super Canticum Salomonis?

In Orationem Dominicam?

In Apocalipsim Beati Ioannis?

Modo di moltiplicar rettoricamente i concetti predicabili, e sensi sopra la Sacra Scrittura tanto nel litterale, che nello spirituale? Apparently based on Summer lectures during his Naples regency to train students in homiletic techniques. Until 1806, when the order was suppressed, this work would have been kept in the convent library of Castrovillari.

editions

Metodo della contemplazione compuntiva con suo officio degli quindici gradi (Padua: P. Maietti, 1591).

Metodo dell’oratione delle Quaranta Hore col suo officio (Padua: P. Meierti, 1592). This work is accessible via Google Books.

Lettera Pastorale, con direzzioni, et ordini circa la Meditatione, Disciplina, Capitolo delle colpe, e loro modo, data dall'Alverna li 7. Settembre 1593 (Bologna: Il Rossi, 1593).

Decreta Viterbiensia pro reformatione Studiorum (Padua: Lorenzo Pasquati, 1596).

Plutosofia Del Reverendiss. Padre F. Filippo Gesualdo Generale de i Minori Convent. Nella quale si spiega l’Arte della Memoria, con altre cose notabili, Pertinenti tanto alla Memoria naturale quanto all’artificiale (Padua: P. Maietti, 1592/Vicenza: Heredi di Perin Libraro, 1600). The 1600 Vicenza edition is accessible via Google Books.

Decreti preparatori alla riforma dell’Ordine Conventuale di S. Francesco (Naples: G. Ausilio, 1593 [and three subsequent editions])

Pastoralis epistola cum documentis et decretis de meditatione aliisque piis exercitiis (Bologna: H. Rubeum, 1595).

Metodo di fare oratione mentale, disciplina e capitolo delle colpe nella Religione Conventuale di S. Francesco, per implorare il celeste aiuto sopra il progresso della Religione (Verona: G. Discepoli, 1594).

Methodus visitandi a praelatis et a visitatoribus Ordinis Minorum Conventualium (Rome: G. Facciotti, 1594)

Ordinationi per la clausura coi decreti di Clemente VIII per la riforma (Bologna: V. Benacci, 1594).

Decreti per l’istituzione della vita comune della sua Religione (Messina: P. Brae, 1595)

Modo di far la santa disciplina (Rome: G. Facciotti, 1597)

Officii delli quindici gradi della Passione di Christo e della compassione di Maria Vergine (Bologna: G.B. Bellagamba, 1597).

Diurno compuntivo dei sette dolori di Maria Vergine (Bologna: G. Rossi, 1597).

De novitiorum receptione iuxta decreta Clementis VIII (Bologna: H. Rossi, 1601).

Soliloquii spirituali (Padua/Bologna)?

Esercizi spirituali che si fanno in tutte le chiese dell’Ordine delli Minori Conventuali di S. Francesco (Naples: N. de Bonis, 1609).

Modo di far la Discipline, recitando cinque Salmi nel disciplinarsi, con altre devotioni da pratticarsi nella Religione (Florence: Gian-Antonio Caneo, 1611).

>> to be continued. A more or less complete listing of all his works apparently can be found in F. Russo, Gli scrittori di Castrovillari (Castrovillari, 1952), 67-81& Idem, Filippo Gesualdi (Rome, 1971), 99-108.

literature

Wadding, Scriptores 294; Wadding, Annales XXV, 360 & XXXIII, 95; Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 218-222, 585-586; Sbaralea, Supplementum (ed. Rome, 1806), 618-619; F. Russo, Gli scrittori di Castrovillari (Castrovillari, 1952), 74-81; F. Russo, Scritti storici calabresi (Naples, 1957), 424-425; F. Ruso, Filippo Gesualdi da Castrovillari, Ministro Generale dei Minori Conventuali e Vescovi di Cerenzia-Cariati (1550-1618) (Rome, 1972) [also contains in an appendix most of the archival sources dealing with Gesualdi’s ecclesiastical career]; P. Russo, ‘Gesualdi (Filippo)’, DHGE XX, 1115-1117; A. Musco, Filippo Gesualdo `Maestro' e `Riformatore'', in: Francescanesimo e cultura in Sicilia (sec. XIII-XVI) (Palermo, 1986), 217-227; DBI LIII, 486-488; Felice Autieri, 'Filippo Gesualdi. Rinnovamento della vita spirituale', in: Storia della spiritualità francescana, I: secoli XIII-XVI, ed. M. Bartoli, W. Block & A. Mastromatteo (Bologna: Edizione Dehoniane, 2017), 549-568.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Hersfeldiae Minorita (c. 1480/1500 - 29 July, 1554)

OFMObs. German friar. Active in Hersfeld (before the destruction of that convent in 1525), Grünberg (c. 1528), Trier, Limburg (where he was active as vicar in neighbouring churches), and Kreuznach (where he died, on 29 July, 1554). Produced a scholarly compilation with works of Cusanus and other materials, now present in New York, Rare Book Library of the Hispanic Society of America, Hiersemann Catalogue 327/108. A part of the manuscript was probably produced in the Franciscan convent of Hersfeld (Custody of Hessen in the Cologne conventual province). Another part originates from Trier, where Philip apparently wrote the Sententia Sententiarum (which stands in the Hortus/Flores Sententiarum tradition) and the Cusanus excerpts. The miscellaneous compilation of Philip not only reflects his own scholarly and homiletic interests, but probably also sheds slight on current religious discussions between protestants and catholics (cf. Marburger ‘Religionsgespräch’).

manuscripts

New York, Rare Book Library of the Hispanic Society of America, Hiersemann Catalogue 327/108. Consists of 17 [A] + 164 [B] folia. The first numbered part [A] contains: Woodcut of Crucifixion (f 1r); Modus studendi secundum Iheronimum. Modus studendi secundum Sanctum petrum apostolum (f. 1v); Tabula materiarum huius libri. Finis Anno domini 1531 (f. 2r-14v: alphabetical index in two columns on each page); Philosophia et Theologia an conveniant (ff. 15r-v); Hortulus quatuor librorum sententiarum (…) Collegit hosce flores frater Philippus hersfeldie, Minorita, Anno Christi 1525 exorsus (f. 16r); various notes (ff. 16v-17v). The second numbered part [B: this part has old page numbers] contains: Opus nobile, quod dicitur sententia sententiarum sancti Bonaventurae dictatum [=Ps. Bonaventura] per versus super quatuor libros sententiarum. Expl: Explicit Quartus liber sententirum Anno domini 1527 in Treviri per fratrem Philippum hersfelt. (1r-54r); Incipit theologia naturalis, sive super liber creaturarum, et scientia de homine[Raymundus de Sabunde]. Expl.: Finit theologia naturalis per fratrem Philippum hersfelt abbreviata. Anno 1529. (ff. 54v-91v); Sententiae theologicae Philippi de Hersfeld [?] (ff. 91v-104v); Incipit declaratio terminorum theologie sancti Bonaventure [=Ps. Bonaventura, that is Armand de Bellevue (Armandus de Bellovisu] (ff. 105r-110r); De tropis quibusdam (ff. 110r-111r); Profunditas sacre scripture (ff. 111r-112r); E nonnulis Nicolai Cusani opusculis excerpta (ff. 113r-136r); Computus vulgaris perutile in Astronomiam continens introductorium incipit (ff. 137r-152v: including map of the world); various notes (f. 153r); Transsubstantiantio panis Eucharistie (ff. 154r-155v); Ordo dicendorum circa arborem consanguinitatis (f. 156r-v); Meridies (f. 157r); caput phisicum (…) anno domini 1528 (f. 157v: anatomic drawing); Corpus phisicum (…) anno domini 1528 (f. 158r: anatomic drawing); Circa arborem consanguinitatis, affinitatis, cognationis spiritualis et cognationis legalis (ff. 158v-164r). [Cf also the article of Senger for more information on the manuscript and the sources of Philip’s compendium]

literature

P.O. Kristeller, Iter Italicum V (London, 1990), no. 108 etc.; Charles B. Faulhaber, Medieval Manuscripts in the Library of the Hispanic Society of America. Religious, Legal, Scientific, Historical, and Literary Manuscripts (New York: The Hispanic Society of America, 1983), no. 14-15, 63, 69-70, 72, 74, 113, 183, 409, 525; Hans Gerard Senger, ‘Philippus Hersfeldiae Minorita. Ein unbekannter Cusanus-Bearbeiter der Reformationszeit’, Recherches de Théologie et de Philosophie Médiévales, 64/2 (1997), 400-419.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Vincentius Manzaneque (Felipe Vicente Manzaneque, fl. c. 1800)

Spanish friar who worked as theology professor in the Guatemala friary..

editions

Sermon en la solemne accion de gracias que celebró el 2 de agosto del presente año el Excelentisimo Señor Don Jose Bustamente y Guerra Teniente General de la Real Armada, Capitan General y Presidente del Reyno de Guatemala por brillantes victorias de la Albuera y San Fernando de Figueras dijo en la santa Iglesia Catedral de la Nueva Guatemala (Guatemala, 1811).

literature

J.T. Medina, La Imprenta en Guatemala (Santiago de Chile, 1910), 524; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 51.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Montalvo (Felipe Montalvo, fl. c. 1760)

OFM. Preacher in Mexico (Province of San Joseph de Yucatán). Also theology lecturer and official for the inquisition.

editions

Mystico vaso de santidad, y de honor. Sermon de la seraphica madre, y esclarecida Virgen Santa Clara, Que en su annual, y Titular Fiesta de su Convento de Señoras Religiosas de esta Corte, celebrada el dia 12 de Agosto de 1748 (Mexico, 1748). Cf. Medina, V, 92-93

Novena de la Purissima Madre de Dios, y Virgen Immaculada María en su santissima Imagen, que con Titulo de Ntra. Se˜õra de la Macana se venera. En el Convento de N.S.P. Francisco de Mexico, con una breve relacion de la misma Sacratissima Imagen (Mexico, 1755/1761/ 1762/1788). Medina V, 242-243, 435, 459-460, VI, 512.

Sermon de Nuestro Grande Padre Santo Domingo de Guzman, con el elogio de Muro de la Iglesia. Predicado el dia 4 de Agosto de el año de 1760 en la annual Fiesta, que en su Imperial Convento de la Ciudad de Mexico hazen sus Predicadores, y Menores Hijos (Mexico, 1760). Medina V, 404-405.

literature

J.T. Medina, La Imprenta en Mexico, 4 Vols. (Santiago de Chile, 1907-1912)V, 92-03, 242-243, 404-405, 435, 459-460, VI, 512; AIA 15 (1955), 349-350; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 57; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 150 (no. 585).

 

 

 

 

Philippus Perusinus (gest. 1297?)

Provinciaal minister van Toscane en bisschop van Fiesole. Hij staat bekend als de auteur van een Historia Ordinis Minorum.?

literatuur:

Wadding, Scriptores. 196; Sbaralea, Supplementum. II. 382

 

 

 

 

Philippus Rotolus

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editions

Vita Beati Corradi, Testo Siciliano del XIV-XV sec. (Alvernia-Palermo, 1995).

 

 

 

 

Philippus Salernitanus (Filippo Salerni d'Alcara, fl. early 17th cent.)

OFMConv. Sicilian friar with an international career. Held the public chair of theology at Vienna university and theologian counsellor of Emperor Ferdinand II. Made provincial minister of the Styria and Carinthia province at the provincial chapter of Gratz (1627). In 1633 elected provincial in his home province of Sicily.

editions

Predica sopra la lettera della Beatissima Vergine a Messinesi (Messina, 1641).

Opusculum de Immaculata Conceptione Deiparae (Messina, 1643).

Prediche Quaresimali (Salerno, ?).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 222-223.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Tortora (Filippo Tortora, d. 1734)

literature

Francesco Balsamo, ‘Nuovi documenti sul P. Filippo Tortora’, in: Francescanesimo e cultura a Noto. Atti del convegno internazionale di studi, ed. Diego Ciccareli & Simona Sarzana, Francisana, 12 (Palermo: Biblioteca francescana, Officina di studi medievali, 2005), 19-25.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Ultrarnensis (Florentinus, Volaterranus, Vulterranus, Vulturnensis)

?

manuscripts

Concordia Evangeliorum: Florence Laurenz. XI Dext 2 ff. 1-87; Venice S. Marco 753

literature

Wadding, Script., 196; Sbaralea, Suppl., I, 379, 386; Stegmüller, RB, IV, 6974.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Vadius (Filips vander Vaert, ca. 1520-1571)

Born in Mechelen/Malines around 1520 as son of Lieven vander Vaert. The family probably moved to Ghent where Filips entered the Observant Franciscans in the Provincia Flandriae. After his profession and education, Filips became from 1546 onwards a rural preacher in the neighbourhood of Ghent and from 1550 also in the town itself. Later in life, according to the necrology of the friary of Ghent, he became vicar and guardian and provincial (but it remains unclear when exactly), and difinitor in 1563. In addition to such administrative charges, he was apparently involved with the spiritual care of the Grey Sisters in Nevele and Ghent (1562/1563), and in 1569 he is found in Aalst, where he takes care of Gray sisters who themselves took care of Plague victims and needed spiritual support when they started to die. Filips had some religious-literary ambitions and published in 1570 a book with meditative exercises and additional poems on Christ's passion and spiritual impact for man, divided over seven days, entitled Werck-Clocke des eeuwichs levens (Labour clock of eternal life). Around the same time, he was forced to stop his pastoral activities because of ill health, as also becomes clear from remarks in his work (maybe also related to his actions in Aalst, where he finished the work while serving the sisters who worked with Plague victims, and themselves suffered losses), and he died in 1571.

editions

Een zonderlynghe devoot Boecxken tot alle oprechte gheloovige Christen menschen, om zalich te moghen werdene: ghenaemt de Weck-Clocke des eeuwichs levens (Ghent: Ghileyn Manilius, 1570). The work was dedicated to the bailif Pieter van Overbeke and to the urban authorities of Ghent. The title alludes to the clock/bell that sounded at the beginning of each work day and called the workers of the town to their tasks. Likewise, the work wants to call the Christians to the devout performance of and reflection on their faith, as fdevout Christian workers (vrome Christen-werck-luyden). The work furnished contemplations/thoughts on the Passion of Christ for every week day, starting on Monday, and with many evangelical citations, making the work nearly a devotional Gospel commentary. The work also warns in the process against a number of heretical sects (Lutherans, Zwinglians, Calvinists, Mennonists and Anabaptists). The work includes five, in part rather polemic Refereynen or poems in the Dutch/Flemish Rhetoric-Chamber (Rederijker) tradition: ‘Een Gheestelick nieu Refereyn, - Comt alle tot my, zo is Christus voort'; ‘Een Refereyn als een oratio der zondaren, die dit boecxken met profyte lesen‘; ‘Een Gheestelick nieu Liedeken, op den voys: Adieu schoon Janneken - Willen wy aensien met drouven sinne‘; Een Gheestelic Refereyn Ghestelt voor een nieu jaer, tot een vernieuwen des Levens, deur Gods ghenadicheyt‘; ‘Een Gheestelic Refereyn totten Zondaren, ende verdoolde menschen. Int Jaer M.CCCCC.LCXX - Wat maect ghy, wat smaect ghy, o menschen dwaes...‘

literature

A. Van Puymbrouck, Eenige bladzijden uit de geschiedenis van het voormalig Franciscanerklooster te Gent (Ghent, 1888), 118; H. Lippens, ‘Les Frères Mineurs à Gand du XIIIe au XVIe siècle‘, La France Franciscaine 13 (1930), 240, 245 (references to Filips and his father, who was a patron of the Ghent friary); M. Verjans, ‘Franciscaansche dichters der Contra-Reformatie‘, Franciscaansch Leven 17 (1934), 55; Schmitz, Het aandeel (1936), 115; B. de Troeyer, Bio-Bibliographia Franciscana Neerlandica Saeculi XVI I: Pars Biographica (Nieuwkoop, 1969), 316-319.

 

 

 

 

Philippus Varagius

Flores Totius S. Theologiae medullam Sententiarum Doctoris Subtilis Scoti Continentes et in Modum Conclusionum Positi (Milan, 1508)

 

 

 

 

Pierre Danglade (fl. 17th cent.)

OMObs. Friar from Toulouse. Wrote for the members of the confraternity Cordon de St. François.

editions

Etat et pratique des vertus necessaires a tout confrere. Dressé en faveur de la confrairie erigée en memoire des sacrez liens de Iesus Crist soubs le tiltre du Cordon du glorieux Pere S. François par frere Pierre Danglades, Religieux du Couvent de la Grandes Observances en Tolose (Toulouse, 1625).

literature

Hugues Dedieu, ‘Un livre Franciscain Français du XVIIème siècle inconnu des bibliographes’, AFH 91 (1998), 229-40.

 

 

 

 

Pier Sormani Marino (fl. later seventeenth cent.)

Custos of the Holy Land between 1678 and 1682.

manuscripts/editions

Diario>>

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literature

L. Drovanti, ‘Diario ed altre memorie di Fra Pier Sormani Marino Custode di Terra Santa nel 1678-1682’, AFH 1 (1908), 475-477.

 

 

 

 

Placidus Baillon (d. 1668)

Friar from Douai. Entered the order at Mons (Bergen) in 1640. Delegated by his order at the Romn curia; confessor of the Poor Clares of Bruges. In the latter capacity, he died on October 14, 1668. One of his thesis on the sacraments and the immaculate conception have survived.

editions

Theses de Sacramentis in Genere Dedicavit Immaculatae Conceptione Beatae Mariae Virginis, Fuerunt Defensae Tornaci, Anno 1644 Mense Decembri et Impressae in Charta Expansa (Tournai-Bruges, 1645).

literature

Petrus Alva y Astorga, Militia Immaculatae Conceptionis Virginis Mariae contra Malitiam Originalis Infectionis Peccati (Louvain, 1663), 1222; J. Goyens, ‘Baillon’, DHGE VI, 262; >>>>

 

 

 

 

Placidius Gallemant (Placide Gallament, d. 1675)

OFMRec. Nephew of the Carmelite author Jacques Gallemant. Guardian of Châlons-sur-Marne between 1638 and 1640, of Verdun, between 1644 and 1646, Paris (1650-1651), Rouen (1669-1662) and elsewhere. Also active as provincial definitor. Foremost known for his eulogical biography he wrote about his oncle. He also published a few other works and edited Arthur Du Monstier’s Neustria Pia, seu de Omnibus et Singulis Abbatiis et Prioratibus totius Normanniae.

editions

La vie du venerable prestre de J.C., M. Jacques Gallemant (Paris, 1653).

Provincia Sancti Dionysii Fratrum Minorum Recollectorum in Gallia (Châlons, 1649).

literature

Hyacinthe LeFebvre, Histoire Chronologique des Récollets de Paris, sous le titre de S. Denys en France. Depuis 1612 qu’elle fut érigé jusqu’en l’année 1676 (Paris: Denys Thierry, 1678); DSpir VI, 79-80; DHGE XIX, 828; Pierre Moracchini, ‘Quand le témoin réplique à l’histoire. Notes sur les origines des Récollets de France Parisienne (1597-1612)’, in: Écrire son histoire. Les communautés régulières face à leur passé. Actes du 5e Colloque International du C.E.R.C.O.R., C.E.R.C.O.R. – Travaux et Recherches, 18 (Saint-Étienne: Publ. De l’Université Jean-Monnet, 2005), 461-478. also the testimony of Placidius Gallemant, OFMRec, d. 1675

 

 

 

 

Pompeius Ferrariensis (Pompeo da Ferrara/Pompeo Salvi, fl. 17th cent.)

OFMConv. Author of Santa Chiara respinge i saraceni and Anagrammata e' nominibus sanctorum, quorum festos dies Romana Ecclesia, & seraphica religio quotannis celebrare consueuit. ... Et alia deprompta a F. Pompeio Salvi (Genoa: Petri Ioannis Calenzani, 1665).

 

 

 

 

Pontius Carbonellus (Poncio Carbonell/Pon Carbonell, ca. 1260-1350)

Friar from Barcelona. Joined the order in the Aragon province. Guardian of the Barcelona convent in 1313. Confessor of the Archbishop of Toledo (Infante Juan d’Aragon). Diplomat and theological counsellor for king Jacob II of Aragon (a.o. mission to Naples). Provincial minister of Aragon (1336-1350). In this latter function he was involved with the redaction of the 1337 general constitutions (the so-called constitutions of Cahors). He died at Barcelona on 3 December 1350. Known for his wide-ranging commentaries on all biblical books, as well as a related Series patriarcharum, regum Israel et Juda, imperatorum Romanorum, summorum pontificum, a Tractatus de mundi aetatibus et tentationibus et de antichristo (see also Petrus Thomae), and a Catena Aurea (c.f. T. Kaeppeli, `Mitteilungen über Thomashandschriften der Bibl. Naz. Di Neapel', Angelicum, 10 (1933), 115). Until the Spanish civil war (1936), many of his manuscripts were present in the provincial library of Toledo (mss. Toledo, Provincial. 444-451). Several of his works are still present in the Biblioteca de Catalunya of Barcelona (a.o. his Apocalypse commentary, in Barcelona, Biblioteca de Catalunya 545 (Dalmases 30)).  Poncio started in 1318 with a commentary on Job for his former pupil, the Archbishop of Toledo, following the Moralia in Job of Gregory the Great. Between 1319 and 1329, he commented upon the Psalms, the Apocalypse, the Song of Songs and Daniel. Between 1329 and 1334, he wrote a Catena on the Gospels and wrote another commentary on Job, now following Nicholas of Lyra’s Postilla Litteralis. Thereafter, many more commentaries on other biblical books followed. Central in his commentaries was the expositio, a chain-like compilation of the sayings of major exegetes (esp. church fathers) on the passage in question. Hence, Poncio is more a compilor than an independent commentator. Many of his comments resemble the Catena Aurea of Thomas Aquinas, which seems to have been one of his major sources. Yet Poncio also used the commentarues of Peter Aureol and Nicholas of Lyra to flesh out his comments.  In general, he followed Aureol’s division of biblical books. Nicholas of Lyra’s influence is strongest in Poncio’s second commentary on Job and in his commentary on Ezechiel.

literature

Wadding, Scriptores 197; Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 386-387; V.M. Castaño, Noticia y defensa de los escritos del venerable y sabio minorita catalán Fray Poncio Carbonell (Alcalá, 1790); Pou y Marti, 'Visionarios, beguinos y fraticelos catalanes.' Archivo Ibero-Americano 18 (1922) 5-21; A. Lopez, 'Descripcion de los manoscritos franciscanos existentes en la biblioteca de Toledo.' Archivo Ibero-Americano 25 (1926) 49-105, 173-244, 334-382; AIA 31 (1929), 160-163; Stegmüller, RB. IV. no. 6985; A. van den Wyngaert, 'Carbonel (Ponce).' Dict. d'Hist. et de Géogr. Eccl. XI (Paris, 1949), 1000-1001; J.M. Abad (ed.), Manoscritos de España. Guía de catálogos impresos (Madrid, 1989), 62-63; Ramón d'Alos, 'La Biblioteca Dalmases', Butlletí de la Biblioteca de Catalunya 3 (1916), 25-55, 143-146; Klaus Reinhardt, ‘Das Werk des Nicolaus von Lyra im mittelalterlichen Spanien’, Traditio 43 (1987), 321-358 (esp. 342-243); D. Burr, Olivi's Spiritual Kingdom; B. Roest, Reading the Book of History, Ch. 5; David Burr, Olivi’s Peaceable Kingdom>>>> Alexander Fidora, ‘Pon Carbonell and the Early Franciscan Reception of the Pugio fidei’, Medieval Encounters 19 (2013), 567-585.

 

 

 

 

Pontius Fegeronus (Ponce Feugeyron (fl. c. 1430)

Franciscan inquisitor, and probable author of the Errores Gazariorum (Errors of the Gazarii), which connected witchcraft with heresy and contained one of the earlier expositions on witches’ sabbaths. Ponce, who also fulminated against the Jews and engaged in Talmud burnings, was a close collaborator of Giorgio of Saluzzo (Georges of Saluces: bishop of Aosta in the duchy of Savoy from 1433 until 1440, and then bishop of Lausanne from 1440 until his death in 1461), known for his staunch promotion of church discipline, anti-heretical activities (notably against the Waldensians/vaudois) and witch hunts.

editions

L’imaginaire du sabbat: Edition critique des texts les plus anciens (1430 c.-1440 c.), ed. Martine Ostorero, Agostino Paravicini Bagliani, Kathrin Utz Tremp & Catherine Chène, CLHM 26 (Lausanne: 1999), 269-353.

literature

The Devil, Heresy and Witchcraft in the Middle Ages: Essays in Honour of Jeffrey B. Russell (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 1998), 102; Martine Ostorero, ‘Itinéraire d’un inquisiteur gâté: Ponce Feugeyron, les juifs et le sabbat des sorciers’, Médiévales 43 (2002), 103-17; Gábor Klaniczay, Éva Pócs, Witchcraft Mythologies and Persecutions, Demons, Spirits, Witches Series, 3 (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2008), 18, 20-24, 28.

 

 

 

 

Probus Schmidhueber (d. 1771)

Franciscan friar and lector>>>>

literature

DSpir XIV, 421-422.

 

 

 

 

Procopius Templinus (Prokop von Templin, d. 1680)

OFMCap. Important preacher and very productive homiletic author.

editions

Mariae Hülff Ehren Kräntzel: Das ist: Himmelische Lobgesänger (...) (1642). Accessible via Google Books.

Hertzen-Frewd und Seelen-Trost, das ist: Himmelische Betrachtungen (...) (1660). Accessible via Google Books.

Eucharistiale, Das ist: Sechs vnd Zwainzig gelehrte Geistreiche (...) Discursen oder Predigen (1661). Accessible via Google Books.

Poenitentiale das ist: Fünff und Zwaintzig gelehrte Geistreiche, doch mit grosser Klarheit wohl Außgefuerhrte diser Zeit nohtwendige nußliche Discursen oder Predigen vom heiligen Sacrament der Bueß (Passau: Georgio Hoeller, 1662). Accessible via Google Books.

Conjugale: Das ist: Dreyssig gelehrte Geistreiche doch mit grosser (...) Discursen oder Predigen (1663).

Juventutale, Das ist: Dreyssig Gelehrte, Geistreiche, doch mit grosser Klarheit wohl Außgefuerhrte diser Zeit nohtwendige nußliche Discursen oder Predigen (...) (1663). Accessible via Google Books.

Praedestinationale, Das ist: Dreyssig gelehrte, Geistreiche, doch (...) Discursen oder Predigen (1663). Accessible via Google Books.

Lignvm Vitae, Oder Zwölff Frücht-tragender Baum dess Lebens (...) (1665-1666). Accessible via Google Books

Quadragesimale et Passionale (Septua-Sexa-Quinquagesimale) (Salzburg, 1666).

Magdalenale (1666).

Iudiciale, Purgatoriale, Infernale. Das ist: Fünff und Dreyssig (...) (1666).

HOMO BENE MORIENS. Das ist: Vier vnd zwaintzig gelehret (...) Discursen (...) (1666). Accessible via Google Books.

Adventvale ac Natale Jesu Christi, sive deliciae spiritus hibernales, Procopius von Templin Hertzens-Frewd vnd Seelen-Lust im harten Winter; Das ist: Vber hundert annembliche liebliche Discurs oder Predigten Von der Allersüssesten Kindheit und Jugend Jesu Christi vnsers Heylands vnd Seeligmachers; Begreifft in sich vier ... Opuscula, (...) (Johannes Jäcklin, 1666). Accessible via Google Books.

Geistliche Gesänge zu Mariale Festivale, Mariale Dominicale und Mariale Processionale (Salzburg: Johann Baptist Mayr, 1667). Accessible via Google Books.

Mariale Concionatorium, Rhythmo-Melodicum (1667). Accessible via Google Books.

Mariale festiuale dominicale processionale et indifferentiale (1667).

Mariale processionale: d. i. Hundert Sermones bey Processionen (..) (1667). Accessible via Google Books.

Dominicale Aestivale. Das ist, Hundert gelehrte, Geistreiche, mit grosser Klarheit, annehmlichen Concepten, Biblischen vnnd der HH. Vättern Schrifften, bewehrten Rationen, alten vnd neuen Historien vnd Exempeln, auch mit guter Connexion wol componirte, völlig außgeführte, dieser vnd jederzeit nothwendige nützliche Discurs oder Predigen Vber die gantze Sommerzeit, von der Heiligen Dreyfaltigkeit inclusive an biß auff das Advent exclusive auff jeden Sontag nach Pfingsten 10. 11. 12. auch jemahlen wol mehr (Salzburg: Johann Baptist Mayr, 1667/1668). Accessible via Google Books.

Sanctorale, Das ist: Zwey hundert und Funffzehen gelehrte (...) (1668). Accessible via Google Books.

Dominicale Paschale Et Pentecostale (...) (1667/revised edition 1669). The 1667 edition should be accessible via Google Books.

FUNERALE, Das ist: Hundert vnnd Funffzig Todten-oder Leich-Predigen In vier OPUSCULA abgetheilt: Zwaintzig an aller Christglaubigen Seelen-Tag, oder sonst von alle Abgestorbenen in gemein. Weil gemeiniglich die vornehme Leich-Begängnutz und Predigen wegen mehrern Concurs deß Volcks auff die Sonntage angestellet werden, für all vnd jede Sonntage eine auff das lauffende Evangelium, vnd zugleich aff die Leich gerichtet, deren seynd Vier vnd Funftzig. Sechs vnd Zwanzig so gemeine Leich-Predigen vnd Sermonen, die zu jede leich, wer sie auch seynd, künnen füglich gehalten werden. funffzig deren, so auff die particular-Casus vnnd sonderbahre Todt-Fälle componirt vnd geordnet seynd. Das Erste, UNIVERSALE. Das Andere, DOMINICALE. Das Dritte, INDIFFERENTIALE. Das Vierdte, CASUALE (Salzburg: Johann Baptist Mayr, 1670). Accessible via Google Books.

Decalogale coniugale iuventutale threnale, 2 Vols. (1670).

Encaeniale: das ist Hundert Kirch-Tag-Predigen (1671). Accessible via Google Books.

Patrociniale, Das ist: Hundert sonderbahre Predigen (...) (1674). Accessible via Google Books.

CATECHISMALE, Das ist: Dreyhundert Halbstündige Sermones (...) (1675). Accessible via Google Books.

Triennale Dominicale Primum, Das ist: Auff jeden Sonntag (...) (1676). Accessible via Google Books.

TugendSpiegel Aller Zuchtliebenden ClosterJungfrauen (1679). Accessible via Google Books.

literature

Urs Herzog, ‘Der Roman auf der Kanzel. Prokop von Templin (um 1608-1680), ein erster Leser von Grimmelshausens ‘Simplicissimus", Simpliciana 6-7 (1985), 99-110; LThK 3VIII, 619; Peter Ilgen, ‘Das Eucharistiale des Prokop von Templin. Zu einem Predigtband (1661) der Gaesdoncker Klosterbibliothek’, in: Festschrift des Collegium Augustinianum (Gaesdonck, Niederrhein, 1999); Rosmarie Zell, Der Perle geboren. Prokopius von Templin (1608-1680) (Binningen CH: Polotkarmel-Verlag, 2001).

 

 

 

 

Propertius Restaeus (Propertio Resta da Tagliacozzo, fl. ca. 1600)

OFMConv. Member of the San Bernardino in Abruzzo province. Regent lector of Padua. Later appointed bishop.

manuscripts/editions

De vera, & falsa sapientia Libri quatuor (Rome: Guglielmo Facciotto, 1599).

In duodecim Libros Metaphysicorum Aristotelis Commentaria Alexandri de Ales (Padua: Simone Galignani da Karena,?). Is this an edition of the work of Alexander of Hales?

De vera via consequendae salutis dialogum inter Philastrum, & Erastum

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 530-531.

 

 

 

 

Prosperus Urbanus (Prospero Urbani da Urbino, 1533-1609)

OFMConv. Joined the oerder at the age of 14. Did his first studies under the guidance of Tomaso Cecchino da Monte Lupone. Magister studium in Urbino and Perugia and Baccalaureus Conventus in Rimini and Milan. Regent lector in Fano, Urbino and Milan and also guardian of Rimini and Urbino. For some years inquisitor in Siena in and after 1576 but later appointed regent of the Bologna studium and of the Urbino studium. As a teacher both well-read philosopher and theologian, with additional mathematical interests. Famous preacher, known for a number of Lenten cycles in major Italian towns between the 1560s and the 1590s.

editions

Summula resolutionum Summae Alexandri Alensis (Urbino: Ragusios, 1603).

Commentarium in Symbolum Sancti Athanasii (Urbino, 1604).

literature

Giovanni Franchini, Bibliosofia e memorie letterarie di scrittori Francescani conventuali Ch'hanno scritto dopo 'Anno 1585 (Modena: Eredi Soliani Stampatori, 1693), 531-540; Gustavo Parisciani, Il Convento di San Francesco dei Frati minori conventuali nella repubblica di San Marino (Casa editrice Il Fiore, 1983), 84, 93.

 

 

 

 

Protasius Bresansonensis (Protasio de Besançon/Claude Rately, d. 1653)

OFMCap. Friar from the Lyon province; painter.

literature

Lexicon Capuccinum (1951), 133.