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Radulphus de Hotot (Radulphus Normannus, fl. early 14th century)

Rafael Alberti (Rafael Albertí, d. 1675)

Rafael Constesti (fl. c. 1800)

Rafael de Dieppe (fl. early 17th cent.)

Rafael Levacovi (Raphael Levakovic, ca. 1605-1651)

Rafael Rodríguez Mohedano

Radulphus Hobius (Ralph Hoby, fl. 1414-1453)

Ranier-Francesco Marczic

>>? Check: F. Neri (ed.)., ‘Raniero Cantalamessa. La teologia al servizio dell’evangelizzazione’, Italia Francescana 80:1 (2005), 157-174.

Raoul le Breton (13th cent.)

Raphael de Varese (Raphael Griffi, fl. 1507)

Raymundus Auger

Raymundus Bancal (Ramon Bancal, fl. ca. 1325)

Raymundus Carron (Redmond Caron, d. 1666)

Raymundus de Bretis (ca. 1300)

>>?V. Doucet, ‘Raoul le Breton défenseur de l’Immaculée Conception. Simple rectification’ AFH 47 (1954), 447-450.

Raymundus de Corneto (Raimon de Cornet/Frai Ramon, first half 14th cent.)

Raymundus Dejean (Raymond Déjean)

Raymundus Gaufredi (d. 1310)

Raymund Llull (c. 1232-1316)

Raymundus Rigaldi

Reginaldus Lambourn (d. after 1377)

Reginaldus Schöttl (fl. seventeenth cent.)

Richardus

Richardus Angelus Mason de Sancto Francisco (Richard Mason/Richard Angelus Mason, 1599 - December 30, 1678)

Richardus Brinkley (fourteenth century, d. ca. 1379)

Richardus Carew (late thirteenth cent.)

Richardus Cenomagus (Cenomani/Richard Le Mans, d. 1552/3 in Chartres)

Richardus de Connington (d. 1330)

Richard de Cornubiensis (Richard de Cornouailles, fl. early thirteenth cent.)

Richardus de Durham (Richard of Durham/Richard of Slackburn?) (gest. ca. 1348)

Richardus de Mediavilla (doctor solidus/1249-1307)

Richardus de Mans (Richard du Mans, d. 1553)

Richardus de Reims (d. ca. 1270)

Richardus Erfurdensis

Richard Kilwington?? Geen OFM?, zie: Elzbieta Jung-Palczewska, ‘The Concept of Time in Richard Kilwington’, in: Tempus aevum aeternitas, 187-205.

Richardus Ledrede (Ledredge, Lederede, 1317-1361?)

Richardus Leomynstre (fl. mid-fourteenth century)

Richardus Rufus Cornubiensis (Richard Rufus of Cornwall, 1212-after 1259)

Richardus Trevytlam (later 14th cent.)

Rizzerio di Muccia (d. 1236)

Robertus Anglicus, see: Robertus de Anglia

Robertus Alaunodunus (Robert Alyngton, fl. late 14th cent.)

Robertus Beverley (d. after 1305)

Robertus Cameracensis (Robert de Cambrai, fl. later seventeenth century)

Robertus Caracciolus de Licio (d. 1495)

Robertus Chamberlane (Robert Chamberlain, 1570/71–1636)

Robertus Coleman (Colman/Colmanus d. after 1428)

Robertus Conellius

Robertus Cowton (fl. ca. 1340)

Robertus de Anglia (fl. 14th cent.)

Robertus de Finningham (fl. later 14th cent.)

Robertus de la Bassé (Robertus de Bascia d. 1280?)

Robertus de Lecce, see: Robertus Caracciolus de Licio

Robertus de Leicester (d. after 1300)

Robertus de Leicester (d. after 1325) [same friar??check!]

Robertus de Orford (de Colletorte/de Tortocollo/de Hereford, d. after 1293)

Robertus de Ware (second half thirteenth century)

Robertus Eliphatus (Robert Eliphat, fl. mid-fourteenth cent.)

Robertus Halifax (d. after 1350)

Robertus Harding (fl. c. 1420)

Robert Marsh (d. ca. 1263)

Robert Messier (Robert Le Messier, d. 1546)

Robertus Novellus Ebolensis (Roberto Novella da Eboli, d. after 1580)

Robertus Nutus (Roberto Nuti, d. ca. 1682)

Robertus Pontevicus (Roberto Pontevico, d. 1670)

Robertus Selke (fl. c. 1300)

Rochus Alhondiga (Roco Alhondiga, d. 1731)

Rochus Figueredo (Roque Figueredo, fl. early 17th cent.)

Rochus Ibanez (Roque Ibáñez, fl. c. 1770)

Rodrigo Alvarez Pacheco (17th cent.)

Rodrigo de Deus (d. 1622)

Rodrigo del Portillo (d. 1636)

Rodrigo de Sintra (fl. late 14th cent.)

Rodríguez de Jesús Sacramentado (fl. early 18th cent.)

Rodríguez Mohedano (18th cent.)

Rogerus (Roger the Englishman, probably 15th cent.)

Roger Bacon (1214-1292)

Rogerus Conway (fourteenth century)

Rogerus de Eraclea, see: Rogerus de Piazza Armerina

Rogerus de Nottingham (d. after 1358)

Rogerus de Piacenza (d. 1350?)

Rogerus de Piazza Armerina (Ruggero de Platea, de Eraclia, Ruggero da Piazza, d. 1378/1383)

Rogerus de Provins (d. 1287)

Rogerus Marston de Anglia (ca. 1245-1303)

Rogerus Roseth (d. after 1337)

Rogerus Thomas

Romain de Saint Claude (fl. later 18th cent.)

Romedius Knoll (1727-1796)

Romualdus Kocielski (Romuald Kocielski/Romuald Walenty, d. 1791)

Rüdiger zur Dijck (fl. 15th cent.)

Rudolphus Altheimer (fl. late 14th cent.)

Rudolfus de Biberach (ca. 1270 - after 1326)

Rudolphus de Haarlem (Rudolf van Haarlem, first half 16th cent.)

Rudolphus Gasser (Rudolphus von Schwyz/Rudolf Gasser, 1647-1709)

Rufin Mueller (1625-1701)


   




 

 

 

 

 

Radulphus de Hotot (Radulphus Normannus, fl. early 14th century)

A theologian from Normandy Possibly a secular master and not a Franciscan, but the discussion seems to be ongoing. He should in any case not be conflated with Radulphus le Breton (secular master), nor with Radulphus Sellonis de Hotot (secular master and later, in the 1330s, doctor of medicine). Radulphus de Hotot would have obtained the doctorate at Paris prior to his involvement with the start of the procedures against the Templars (1308), the process against Marguerita of Porete (1310), and his actions as a witness in the process of Guiart de Cressonessart. But he never seemed to have been regent master at Paris, He was apparently a supporter of the immaculate conception, and he might have been involved with the disputations sorrounding the magister inception of the Augustinian Hermit Prosper de Reggio Emilia,

manuscripts

Sermones (attributed): Paris Nat Lat 14859 f. 173ra-vb

literature

CHUP, ed. Denifle & Châtelain, II, 125-128; Sten Ebbesen, Cahiers de L'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et latin 76 (2005), 132-139.

 

 

 

Rafael Alberti (Rafael Albertí, d. 1675)

Observant friar from the Baleares. Preacher and confessor of bishop Diego de Escolano. He died in Palma on 24 January 1675.

editions

Rosari de Maria Santíssima (1652/Ed. Melchor Guasp, 1695).

literature

Biblioteca de Autores Baleares, ed. Joaquin María Bover (Palma: P.J. Gelabert, 1868) I, 14 (no. 18).

 

 

 

Rafael Constesti (fl. c. 1800)

OFM. Friar from the Majorca province and author of a Scotist philosophical handbook.

manuscripts

Philosophia scotica iuxta inconcusa tutissimaque dogmata Subtilis Doctoris (1802): MS Madrid Bib. Nac. 8112.

editions

Castro (1973), 373.

 

 

 

Rafael de Dieppe (Raphael de Dieppe, fl. early 17th cent.)

OFMCap. Apologist. Missionary in New England

editions

Method très facile pour convaincre toutes sortes d'hérétiques mais principalement les modernes (Rouen: Boullenger, 1640/1653/Rouen: Iean Berthelin: 1663/1665). More editions and translations followed. Several of these, including the 1640 and 1663 editions are available via Google Books

 

 

 

 

Rafael Levacovi (Raphael Levakovic/Levanovich, ca. 1590-1651)

Croation friar from Iatroberstcha (Zagreb diocese). Entered the Observant Franciscan order around 1605. Made a substantial career. He was for instance general definitor for the Observance and general commissioner for the German and Polish provinces. Also renowned as a Bulgarian and Serbian translator and as a missionary in the Serbian regions (1629-1642). Impressed by his missionary endeavors, the Bishop of Zagreb, Benedict Vinkovic, asked the Congregatio de Propaganda Fidei to have Rafael appointed his episcopal coadjutor for the Uniate Serbs. Yet for a variety of reasons both the Congregatio and Emperor Ferdinand III decided not to go along with it, predominantly because of concerns that the appointment of a Latin, non-Serb Catholic in this position would be frowned upon locally. In the aftermath of this Rafael Levakovic completer his Breviario illirico, demonstrating his knowledge of the Serb language and Serb customs. This enticed the Congregatio to accept his appointment in 1647 as bishop of Scopje and Archbishop of Ocrida. Due to the wars between the Venetian Republic and the Ottomans between 1645 and 1669, he was not able to occupy his see and settled in Dalmatia, from where he sent letters to Rome on the unfolding of the war, and where he began to do archival research, leading to studies on Croation and Serbian history. He died in Zagreb, early 1651.

editions

Nauk Karstianski [= Christian Doctrine] (Rome, 1628/2nd ed. 1629) [ a Serbo-Croatian translation in glagolitic characters of a work on Christian doctrine by Cardinal Bellarmino].

Azbukividnjak slovinskij iže opšenim nainom psalteriš nazivaetse (Rome, 1629) [A Serbo-Croatian alphabet in glagolitic characters for religious teaching purposes]

Direttorio per i confessori e i fedeli une volta tradotto dal latino in slavo dal prete « Šimun Budini » e adesso scritto e stampato con caratteri glagolitici dal padre Rafael Levakovi (Rome, 1635).

Breviario illirico, an Illyric translation of the Roman Breviary and the Roman Missal at the request of the papal see and the Congregatio de Propaganda Fidei. Never printed?

De fundazione Ecclesiae et Episcopatus Zagrabiensis et De moribus Bonfinii et aliorum scriptorum Hungariae. Never printed?

Rapports on the history of the Serbs. To be found in the ardhives of the Congregatio de Propaganda Fidei?.

literature

M. Jacov, Le missioni cattoliche nei Balcani durante la guerra di Candia (1645-69), 2 Vols., Studi e Testi, 352-353 (Vatican City, 1992), passim; M. Jacov, 'Levanovich (Rafael)', DHGE XXXI (2013), 1184-1185; Leksikon hrvatskih pisaca (Zagreb, 2000), 426.

 

 

 

 

Rafael Rodríguez Mohedano

manuscripts

Escritos: Madrid, Nac., 2571, 2227 & 2539 [Castro, Madrid, no. 154]

 

 

 

 

Radulphus Hobius (Ralph Hoby, fl. 1414-1453)

Holby was a friar minor at Hereford in 1414. In april of that year he was ordained an acolyte at Whitbourne church, and he was ordained subdeadon in Hereford cathedral on the vigil of Trinity 1415. According to notes made by the astronomer William Worcester, Holby was later active with astronomical matters at Oxford, where he also obtained a doctrate in theology. A papal letter from 1453 adressed to ‘Ralph Hony, Friar Minor/ grants him a dispensation at the petition of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, to hold for life any benefice with cure, even if a parish church [Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers, Papal Letters, 10, A.D. 1447-1455 (London, 1915), 137. Maybe Holby was at that moment in time confessor in Warwick’s household? He worked on a star catalogue, and he is the author of a previously unidentified 1437 treatise on mendical astronomy and astrology: Tractatus phisice astronomice ad magnam securitatem exercitii artis medicine per solitudinem ffratris Radulphi Hoby.

manuscripts

Tractatus phisice astronomice ad magnam securitatem exercitii artis medicine per solitudinem ffratris Radulphi Hoby: mss BL, Harley MS 3542 ff. 103-110 and Wolfenbüttel HAB Cod. Guelf.51.9. Aug.4o. See: L.E. Voigts, ‘Wolfenbüttel HAB Cod. Guelf.51.9. Aug.4o and BL, Harley MS. 3542: Complementary Witnesses to Ralph Hoby’s 1437 Treatise on Astronomical Medicine’, Electronic British Library Journal, Article 10 (2008) [www.bl.uk/eblj/2008articles/article10.html]. Both manuscripts go back to an older original. As we have it now, it amounts to a treatise in 16 questions or short chapters.

literature

L.E. Voigts, ‘Wolfenbüttel HAB Cod. Guelf.51.9. Aug.4o and BL, Harley MS. 3542: Complementary Witnesses to Ralph Hoby’s 1437 Treatise on Astronomical Medicine’, Electronic British Library Journal, Article 10 (2008) [www.bl.uk/eblj/2008articles/article10.html]; Linda Voigts, ‘The Medical Astrology of Ralph Hoby, a Fifteenth-Century Franciscan’, in: The Friars in Medieval Britain. Proceedings of the 2007 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. Nicholas Rogers, Harlaxton Medieval Studies, XIX (Donington: Shaun Tyas, 2010), 152-168.

 

 

 

 

Ranier-Francesco Marczic

editions

Apologia per l'Ordine de' Frati Minori in risposta al Sac. Congr. de' Riti, colle quai dimostrasi, tutt'i Santi, e Beati de'primi due secoli francescani appartenere a'soli Padri Conventuali (...) 3 Vols (Lucca, 1748-1750)

 

 

 

Raoul le Breton (13th cent.)

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literature

V. Doucet, ‘Raoul le Breton défenseur de l’Immaculée Conception. Simple rectification’, AFH 47 (1954), 447-450.

 

 

 

Raphael de Varese (Raphael Griffi, fl. 1507)

OFMObs….

literature

Marco Pellegrini, ‘Un illustre predicatore varesino del Rinascimento e la ‘devozione’ religiosa di Lucrezia Borgia’, Arch. Stor. Lomb. 123 (1997), 423-426.

 

 

 

Raymundus Auger

Franciscan canonist from the province of Tours

manuscripts

Commentarium in Politicam Aristotelis: Florence Med. Laurenz. Fondo S. Marco 452 ff. 49ra-75vb

Expositio Decreti Gratiani: Salamanca ; Vat.Lat.?

Loca Gratiani Decreti Abrogata seu Reprobata: Salamanca

editions

Commentarium in Politicam Aristotelis, ed. in prep. R. Lambertini

La Expositio Decreti de Raimundo Auger OFM, ed. Antonio García y García & mariano Sanz González (1993).

literature

A. García y García, `La `Expositio Decreti' de Raimundo Auger, OFM', AFH 86 (1993), 277-296.

 

 

 

Raymundus Bancal (Ramon Bancal, fl. ca. 1325)

Possibly a friar of Southern French origin (County of Rouergue, present-day Département Aveyron). Franciscan provincial minister in the Aragon province in 1326/27. Probable author of a Kalendarium/Regula de coniunctionibus mediis lune cum sole et eorum aspectuum secundum Bancalem, which amounts to an improved lunar calendar, and which he might have finished in Southern France around 1311 prior to his provincialate charge in Aragon. In his function as provincial minister he was also was involved with the erection of the Clarissan Santa María de Pedralbes monastery, which was financed and stimulated by Elisenda de Moncada (1292-1364), fourth wife of King Jaume II (el Just). In December 1327, the Franciscan Minister General Michael of Cesena, pressured by Pope John XXII, removed both Ramon Bancal and his colleague provincial minister from the Umbria St. Francis province from office. This might be an indication that Ramon had connections with Spiritual Franciscan groups in Southern France.

manuscripts

Kalendarium/Regula de coniunctionibus mediis lune cum sole et eorum aspectuum secundum Bancalem: MS Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional de España 9288, ff. 93r-99v (14th cent.) [f. 99v: 'Explicit canon seu regula kalendarii fratris Ri Bancalis de ordine fratrum minorum']; MS Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, lat. 7420A, ff. 57v-63r & 71r [Southern France, ca. 1332/33].

literature

Manuel de Castro, Manuscritos franciscanos de la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid (Valencia: Soler, 1973), 403-405, n. 2; Nicolaus Minorita, Chronica; Documentation on Pope John XXII, Michael of Cesena and the Poverty of Christ with Summaries in English: A Source Book, ed. Gideon Gál & David Flood (St. Bonaventure, NY: Franciscan Institute Publications, 1996), 183; A. Boadas i Llevat & J. Martí i Major, 'Bancal, Ramon', in: Diccionari d’història eclesiàstica de Catalunya, I (Barcelona: Generalitat de Catalunya, 1998), 190; A. Castellano i Tresserra, Pedralbes a l’edat mitjana: història d’un monestir femeni (Barcelona, Publicacions de l’Abadia de Montserrat, 1998), 25-41; Philipp Nothaft, 'Medieval Astronomy in Catalonia and the South of France: The 'Improved' Lunar Kalendarium of Friar Raymond (Ramon) Bancal (ca. 1311) and Its Prececessors', Llull 38:81 (2015), 101-125.

With many thanks to Philipp Nothaft, who sent me the info of his 2015 publication on the basis of which this entry was compiled.

 

 

 

Raymundus Carron (Redmond Caron, d. 1666)

Irish friar. probably born around 1605 outside Athlone (present-day Westmead area). Theologian, anti-ultramontalist controversialist and very productive author. He probably joined the Franciscans in Athlone at the age of 16 or slightly afterwards. First went to Drogheda to study philosophy, but then moved to Salzburg, to study theology, and he completed his education with a two-year stint at St Anthony's College, Louvain. He joined the teaching staff there, first as a philosophy teacher (1634) and then as a theology lecturer (1639). Early 1649, he went back to Ireland as visitator and as representative for the general commissary of the order (Peter Marchant). Due to Marchant’s controversial position and links with the confederate Catholics at Kilkenny, Caron had a hard time to be accepted by a number of his Irish fellow friars, especially when he supported the idea to split the Irish province. This also brought him into conflict with the Irish Franciscan provincial minister, until Caron decided to submit in the name of obiedience. He was replaced as visitator and representative of the general commissary and returned to the Southern Low Countries by 1651, working first in Ghent and later in Antwerp. He worked as military chaplain in and after 1654, and also began writing a number of books in which he espoused his political and theological views. Most interestingly, he defended in a number of works a form of royal absolutism, focusing on the king as God's anointed deputy on earth and the supreme power in all temporal affairs. In this context he defended gallicanism as well as the truth of Catholicism. In a different vein, he also wrote a mission handbook ( Apostolatus evangelicus missionariorum), which saw several editions, but also was put on the index in 1661. In the late 1650s, Redmond moved to the new Irish house in Paris (which harboured other Gallican proponents), and continued his writing career with the publication of the Controversiae generales fidei (1660). In 1661, Redmond traveled to London (and also to other places im England and Wales), where he worked on additional works that defended royal authority (esp. that of James II, such as his Loyalty Asserted (1662) and Remonstrantia Hibernorum (1664)), to the extent that he received more and more opposition from his own fellow Franciscans and the Vatican, although he also had ardent supporters, such as the Franciscan publicist Peter Walsh. Late 1664/early 1665, he left London (then in the grips of a Plague epidemics) for good, and first went to Montgomeryshire and later (around september of 1665) to the Franciscan friary of Dublin, where he died in or around May 22, 1666.

editions

Roma Triumphans Septicollis, Qua Nova Hactenus et Insolita Methodo Comparativa Tota Fides Romano-Catholica Clarissime Demonstratur, Atque Infidelium Omnium Argumenta Deluuntur (Antwerp, 1635).

Apostolatus Evangelicus Missionariorum Regularium per Universum Mundum Expositus (Antwerp, 1653/Paris, 1659).

Controversiae Generales Fidei Contra Infideles Omnes, Judaeos, Mahometanos, Paganos, et Cujuscumque Sectae Haereticos (Paris, 1660).

Loyalty asserted and the late Remonstrance or allegiance of the irish clergy and laity confirmed and proved by the authority of Scriptures, Fathers, expositors, popes, canons, cardinals, catholick bishops, abbots, councils, divines, canonists, civil lawyers, catholick emperors, kings, states, parliaments, universities, histories, and by the evidence of several theological reasons, with a brief answer to Cardinal Peron’s oration and objections (London, 1662).

Remonstrantia Hibernorum Contra Lovanienses Ultramontanasque Censuras, de Incommutabili Regum Imperio, Subditorumque Fidelitate et Obedientia Indispensabili, ex SS. Scripturis, Patribus, Theologis etc. Vindicata, Cum Duplici Appendice, Una de Libertate Gallicana, Altera Contra Infallibilitatem Pontificis Romani (London, 1665).

De Canone Sacrae Scripturae Contra Episcopum Dunelmensem (>>>>)

De Sacerdotio et Imperio (>>>>)

literature

Peter Walsh, The history and vindication of the loyal formulary, or Irish remonstrance (1674); Peter Walsh, Causa Valesiana epistolis ternis praelibata et in fine additamentum (1684); James Ware, The History of the Writers of Ireland, ed. Walter Harris (Dublin, 1764); F. O’Briain, ‘Carron’, DHGE XI, 1140-1141 (with additional references); Benignus Millett, The Irish Franciscans, 1651-1665 (Gregorian Biblical BookShop, 1964), 501-502; Ignatius Fennessy, ‘Caron, Redmond (c.1605–1666)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography,(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004, http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/4723, accessed 3 Dec 2014)

 

 

 

Raimundus de Bretis (ca. 1300)

Franciscan preacher

manuscripts

Sermones de Tempore: Heidelberg Univ. Salem 9, 117A f. 133a; Paris Nat Lat 3546A ff 1-22v; Toulouse 34 ff 1-24; etc. see Schneyer.

literature

Schneyer, V, 1-34.

 

 

 

Raymundus de Corneto (Raimon de Cornet/Frai Ramon, first half 14th cent.)

Probably born in the last decade of the thirteenth century in the region of Rouerge as son of an Occitan poet of the same name. He studied at the University of Toulouse and afterwards became a secular priest. Sometime in the 1320s he joined the Franciscan order, where he soon drifted into a Spiritual orbit and familiarized himself with ideas of Peter of John Olivi. He vocalized his criticism against the Avignon papacy and was persecuted for his Spiritual and ‘heretical’ views, and he was almost burned at the stake. Raimon was also an avid defender of the crusades and criticized Philip IV of France when he failed to fulfill his crusading vows. After his narrow escape he left the Franciscan order in 1326, first returned to the status of secular priest and later becoming a Cistercian. Raimon is known for his many Occitan and Latin poems, many of which touch in a very polemic way on political and social issues, and that stand in a well-known literary tradition in the Toulouse region. He also wrote more didactic poetry, letters, computation treatises, and a famous Doctrinal de trobar (doctrines of composition), which he composed around 1324 and dedicated to King Peter IV of Aragon. This work discusses poetic genres, as well as the functions of and the delight that poetry can provide. As early as 1341, the Catalan poet Joan de Castellnou wrote a glossary on the Doctrinal, showing that the work had an impact on contemporary literate society.

manuscripts

Lyrical poetry: Eighteen of his poems are preserved at the end of the Cançoner Gil, preserved in MS Barcelona, Biblioteca de Catalunya 146.

editions

?

literature

Jean Baptiste Noulet, Deux manuscrits provençaux du XIVe siècle. Contenant des poésies de Raimon de Cornet (Montpellier: Publications de la Société pour l’Etude des Langues Romanes, 1888); Georges Passerat, ‘Les outrances verbales d’un troubadour: le cas du spirituel toulousain Ramon de Cornet’, Cahiers de Fanjeaux 38 (2003), 135-158; Kelly Douglas, ‘The Late Medieval Occitan Art of Poetry: the Evidence from At de Mons and Raimon de Cornet’, in: Etudes de langue et de littérature médiévales offertes à Peter Ricketts, ed. Dominique Billy & Ann Buckley (Turnhout: Brepols, 2005), 681-692; Giulio Cura Curà, ‘Il Doctrinal de trobar di Raimon de Cornet e il Glosari di Johan de Castellnou’, La Parola del Testo 9 (2005), 125-191; Georges Passerat, ‘Le Joys pirituel de Raimon de Cornet’, Études Roussillonnaises, Le Moyen Âge dans les Pyrénées catalanes. Art, culture et société 21 (2005), 127-135; Giulio Cura Curà, ‘Un commento provenzale trecentesco in versi: la "Gloza" di Raimon de Cornet’, La Parola del Testo 11 (2007), 45-82; Catherine Léglu, ‘Vernacular Poetry and the Spiritual Franciscans of the Languedoc: The Poems of Raimon de Cornet’, in: Heresy and the making of European culture: medieval and modern perspectives, ed. Andrew P. Roach & James R. Simpson (Farnham, 2013), 165-184; Vincenç Beltran, Tomà Martínez & Irene Capdevilla, 800 anys després de Muret. Els trobadors i les relacions catalanooccitanes (Edicions Universitat Barcelona, 4 dec. 2014), 110ff.; Marina Navà Farré, ‘Saber, sen i trobar: Ramon de Cornet i el Consistori de la Gaia Ciència’, SVMMA. Revista de Cultures Medievals 1:3 (2014), 54-72.

 

 

 

Raimundus Dejean (Raymond Déjean)

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literature

David Burr, ‘Raymond Déjean, Franciscan Renegade’, Franciscan Studies 57 (1999), 57-78.

 

 

 

Raymundus Gaufredi (d. 1310)

Born in Marseille, in the family of the local Viscounts. Lector at Marseilles in 1277. He was a bachelor in theology when he was elected Minister General in 1289. In the course of his service at the head of the order, Raymond visited several provinces. Hence, he visited England in 1291 and presided at the provincial chapter of London (Assumption Day of Mary, 15 August, 1291). He also was present at the burial of queen Eleanor of Provence (mother of King Edward I). In September of that year, Raymond Gaufredi visited the Irish province, which was marred by the antagonism between Irish and English friars. In October 1291, Gaufredi was back at Oxford, where he preached two times, namely on Sunday 28 October 1291 (probably in the Dominican church), and on All Saints day (probably at the Franciscan church). While presiding over the General Chapter at Paris in 1292, he was made Master of Theology at Paris at the request of Philip the Fair, King of France. Gaufredi was not ill-disposed towards the cause of the spirituals. After the death of Pope Nicholas IV in 1292, lifted several sanctions against the Spirituals and other Franciscan critics. Hence, he released Roger Bacon from prison and Angelo da Clareno and several of his followers were allowed to become missionaries in the East (Greece, Armenia). Likewise, he proposed Peter of John Olivi for a teaching position at the important Louvain studium. Gaufredi eventually was deposed by pope Boniface VIII (1295).

manuscripts

Sermones: Worcester Cathedral Q 46 f. 294r-296r-298v [Manuscript copy made by John Dumbleton, monk of Worcester on the basis of existing reportationes of University sermons held at Oxford between 1290 and 1293. The first sermon, held at the Dominican church in Oxford (Sunday 28 October 1291), dealt with the theme ‘Isti sunt due olive et duo candelabra lucencia in conspectu Domini terre stantes.’ In this sermo, Gaufredi makes clear with reference to Augustine’s De Civitate Dei that (ed. Little, p. 165-166): ‘…in tribus consistit christina religio: scilicet in honesta conversatione, veritate et fide. Sub conversacione autem comprendit virtutes morales, sub veritate virtutes intellectuales, sub fide virtutes theologicas, gratuitas et speciales. Igitur in religione christiana optinetur liberacio anime: quod patet.’ He argues further (ed. Little, 166-167: ‘Ideo necesse quod circa liberacionem anime intendens totaliter consistat circa vitutis excercicium, sapientie studium et divinitatis cultum. Hec enim perfecte liberant animam prout hic est possibile (…). Cum igitur constet in hiis totaliter humana perfectio, et isti in hiis sunt perfecti, constat quod status apostolicus est perfectissimus et preclarissime sapientie et dignitatis summe. (…) Set isti [nl. the apostles] fuerunt humiles (…) ex titulo sue vocationis, etiam ex voto sue professionis. Obedientes enim fuerunt et pauperes, et per consequens humiles; obedientia enim voluntatem propriam aliene supponit. (…) apostoli fuerunt humiles ex doctrina eruditionis; erudiri enim a Christo, omnis humilitatis exemplum.’ The sermon held at Grey Frars on All Saints Day 1291 (ed. Little, pp. 170-174), based on the theme ‘Sapientiam sanctorum narrat populi et laudes eorum annunciet Ecclesia,’ relates, again with reference to Augustine (Contra Faustum) ‘…quod sanctorum recoluntur merita, ut exemplaria ad imitandum, ut adiutoria ad impetrandum, ut Dei beneficia ad magnificandum. (…) Primum igitur ad quod recitantur sanctorum merita debet imprimere nobis vigorem ad imitandum; secundum debet incendere in nobis amorem ad impetrandum: nisi enim amor eorum in nobis ardeat, non licet ut aliquis eorum suffragia poscat; tertium autem in nobis afficit admiracionem, scilicet ut admiremur beneficia sibi a Deo collata. (…) Dicit igitur primo quod per sapientiam designantur merita sanctorum, quia donum sapientie est donum suppremum omnium aliorum donorum (…) Sapientia autem per propriam virtutem cor humanum depurat et sanctificat, et hoc ad degustacionem boni. Merito igitur per sapientiam notantur sanctorum merita, que non sunt nisi a septem donis Spiritus Sancti, que omnia continet sapientia. (…) Secundo per vim doni pietatis cor emolit et dulcorat. (…) Tertio per vim sciencie sapientia cor illuminat ad cognitionem salubrioris veri. (…) Quarto sapientia per vim consilii affectum dirigit in electionem salubrioris boni. Ista autem sapientia maxime vigebat in apostolis. (…) Martires autem beati per vim fortitudinis donum sapientie optinuerunt. (…) Sapientia autem per vim intellectus confessores simplicibus devotos effecit ad penetrandum celestia, que per elevationem sui intellectus separabant se a strepitu mundi et subiacebant se asperitati, ut nec corrumperentur nec afficerentur, et isti ideo capiebant miracula divina. Sapientia vero per vim propriam animam depurat degustationem boni, in quo plenum gaudium consistit.’]

?Verbum Abbreviatum: Rome, Vat.Lat. 4092 ff. 149rb-153va; Naples, XII.E.15 ff. 28r-33v. According to Sylvain Piron this work should be ascribed to the non-Franciscan scholar Raymond de Marseille.

editions

A.G. Little, `Two Sermons of Fr. Raymund Gaufredi', Collectanea Franciscana 4 (1934), 161-174.

R.G. Min.Gen. Parisiis 9 iunii 1292 confirmat conventionem initam inter Provincias Austriae et Alemaniae superioris de terminis eleemosynarum conquirendarum in confiniis, ed. M. Bihl, AFH 36 (1943), 98-102.

Alchemical works?

literature

Schneyer, V, 34; Pierre Péano, ‘Raymond Geofroy ministre général et défenseur des Spirituels’, Picenum Seraphicum 11 (1974), 190-203; David Burr, The Spiritual Franciscans. From Protest to Persecution in the Century after Saint Francis (University Park, PA: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2001), passim; Bruno W. Häuptli, ‘Gaufredi, Raimund (Raimundus de Gaufredi, Raymond Geoffroy, Ramon Godefroid)’, Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon 30 (2009), 470-472..

With thanks to Sylvain Piron for some corrections and additions to this lemma.

 

 

 

Raymund Lull (Llull, ofs?, d. 1316 )

Majorcan poet-philosopher and missionary. After a religious conversion, he left his wife and children and engaged in a life of pilgrimage, mission and writing. Wrote a host of works in various languages on theology, mission and crusading issues, established a school for (Franciscan) missionaries to the Saracens at Majorca (Miramar, which functioned until 1292), and probably was killed by Moslims during his third attempt at bringing the Christian faith to the inhabitants of Northern Africa.

manuscripts

Ramon Llull wrote more than 400 works, and the process of sorting out the versions, editions and translations is still ongoing. See also the Base de Dades Ramon Llull - Llull Database from the University of Barcelone: http://orbita.bib.ub.edu/llull/

Liber de Homine: Paris, BN, Lat. 3446A (15th cent.) ff. 1-60

Liber de Deo et Iesu Christo: Paris, BN, Lat. 3446A (15th cent.) ff. 63-112v

Liber de Praedestinatione: Paris, BN, Lat. 3446A (15th cent.) ff. 115-121 see also ff. 122-176v; 182-198v

Liber Natalis Pueri Parvuli Christi: Paris, BN, Lat. 3323 (an. 1310?)

Liber Contemplationis: Paris, BN, Lat. 3342 [Vol. III]; Paris, BN, Lat. 3348A [Vol. I]

Tractatus Alchimiae: Oxford, Bodl. Bodley 645

Declaratio per Modum Dialogi: Brussels, Bibl. Royale 4301 (an. 1418)

Apertorium Abbreviatum, versio Anglica: London, British Museum, Add. 46139 ff. 69-85 (16th cent.)

Nova Logica: Rome, Bibl. Casanatense, 1533 (C.IV.20) ff. 3-34r

Liber Lamentationis Philosophiae (contra averroïstas): Rome, Bibl. Casanatense 1533 ff. 34r-46r

Liber Principiorum Philosophiae Rome, Bibl. Casanatense 1533 ff. 46r-84v

Ars Magna: London, British Museum, Add. 46139 ff. 85-95b

Testamentum: Paris, Bibl. Centr. du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturellee 2022 (17th cent.) & 2023 & 2113

Secretorium Nature seu Quinte Essentie: Oxford, Bodl. Bodley 879 (ca. 1500)

Il Libro delle Meraviglie o sia storia di felice: Oxford, Canon Ital. 26 (15th cent.)

Ars Generalis & Ars Memorativa: Oxford, Bodl. Lyell 51 ff. 111-127v (15th cent.)

Compendium Artis Demonstrative: Troyes Bibl. Mun. 1462 (an. 1412)

Liber Apostrophe ad Bonifatium VIII: Colmar, Bibl. Publ. 1 ff. 144-161v (15th cent.)

Sermones contra Omnes Incredulos:

Ars Magna Generalis Praedicandi:

Ars Brevis Praedicandi:

Practica Artis ad Omnes Facultates Applicata:

In Rhetociam Isagoge:

Ars Iuventa Veritatis:

Proverbium Liber:

to be continued

editions:

There are several multi-volume opera omnia editions of Llull’s works, none of which contain all his writings. At present all his Latin works are again appearing in the Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis series of Brepols. Besides, there are several other opera omnia editions. See in general:

Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al. (Palma de Majorca, 1959-1967 & Turnhout (Brepols), 1975- ).

Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger 8 Vols [=I-VI & IX, X] (Mainz, 1721-1742/Reprint Frankfurt a.Main, 1965). Another reprint appeared as: Beati Raymundi Lulli Opera. Facsimile Reprint of the Edition Moguntina (1721-1742), ed. I. Salzinger & F.P. Wolff (Turnhout: Brepols, 2001).  [Volumes VII and VIII never appeared].

Raymundi Lulli Opera [Reprint of the Strasbourg 1651 Edition], Clavis Pansophiae, 2 Vols (Bad Cannstatt, 1996).

Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés et al. 21 Vols. (Palma de Majorca, 1906-1950) [Catelan edition]

Ramon Lull, Obras Essencials, 2 Vols (Barcelona, 1957-1960) [Catelan edition]

Ramon Lull, Obras literarias, Biblioteca de autores cristianos, 31 (Madrid, 1958) [Spanish anthology]

Selected works of Ramon Llull, ed. A. Bonner, 2 Vols. (Princeton, 1985) [English anthology]

Lulle, Choix de textes, ed. L. Sara-Molins (Paris, 1967) [French anthology]

Ramon Llull, Doctor Iluminado; Libro del orden de caballería; El árbol de la ciencia (fragmenta); Libro del ascenso y descenso del entendimiento (Barcelona: Círculo Latino, 2005).

some individual works (The following selection is predominantly based on the listings of A. Bonner, Selected Works of Ramon Llull (1232-1316) 2 Vols. (Princeton, 1985) and Idem, ‘Raymond Lulle’, DSpir XIII, 176-179, with some additions gathered from other bibliographical surveys. In the future, I hope to include more information concerning Llull’s Latin and vernacular works. For a more complete overview of works and editions related to Llull, see, as said before: Base de Dades Ramon Llull - Llull Database from the University of Barcelone: http://orbita.bib.ub.edu/llull/

Libre de contemplació en Déu/Liber contemplationis magnus (1273-1274?). The Catalan version is edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1906-1914), Vols. II-VIII. Also edited as: Ramon Llull, Libre de contemplació, ed. A.M. Alcover & M. Obrador y Bennássar, 4 Vols. (Barcelona, 1906-1911; Reprint Turnhout: Brepols, 1987-1992); Ramon Lull, Obras Essencials (Barcelona, 1960), Vol. II.; Ramon Llull, Llibre de contemplació en Déu, ed. Gabriel Ensenyat Pujol (Palma: Diari de Balears, 2005). The Latin version has been edited in Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1740-1742), Vols. IX & X, and again in Raimundi Lulli, Opera latina 7-9 annis 1274-1276 composita, ed. Jaume Medina, CCCM, 215; Raimundi Lulli Opera latina, 33 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009). [review in AFH 104 (2011), 311-313]

Ars Compendiosa Inveniendi Veritatem (c. 1274), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1721/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), Vol. I, treatise vii, pp. 433-481.

Doctrina pueril (pedagogical work, 1274-1276?). The Catalan version of the work is edited by G. Schibin in the series Els nostres classics (Barcelona, 1972).  It also was edited as: Ramon Llull, Doctrina pueril-Libre del Orde de Cavalleria-Libre de clerecia-Art de confessió, ed. M. Obrador y Benássar (Barcelona, 1906; Reprint Turnhout: Brepols, 1986) and as Doctrina pueril, ed. Joan Santanach I Suñol, Nova Edició de les Obres de Ramon Llull, 7 (Palma de Mallorca: Patronat Ramon Llull, 2005). A French translation of this text has been prepared by A. Llinarès (Paris, 1969), and again in 2005 by Bernard Jolibert: Raymond Lulle, Livre de l’enseignement des enfants (Paris: Klincksieck, 2005). An occitan version has been edited as: La versione occitanica della ‘doctrina pueril’ di Ramon Lull. Edizione critica, ed. Maria Carla Marinoni, Studi e ricerche (Milan, 1997). Llull also made a Latin version of the text. This has been edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera latina 7-9 annis 1274-1276 composita, ed. Jaume Medina, CCCM, 215; Raimundi Lulli Opera latina, 33 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009). [review in AFH 104 (2011), 311-313] For a modern German translation, see: Ramon Llull, Doctrina pueril - Was Kinder wissen müssen, trans. & introd. Joan Santanach i Sunol & Elisenda Padrós Wolff, Katalanische Literatur des Mittelalters, 4 (Berlin-Münster-Vienna-Züruch-London, 2010).

Llibre de virtus e de pecats, ed. Fernando Dominguez Reboiras (Palma: Patronat Ramon llull, 2008).

Libre del gentil e dels tres savis/Liber de gentili et tribus sapientibus (apologetic work, 1274-1276?). The Catalan text has been edited in: Ramon Lull, Obras Essencials (Barcelona, 1957), I, 1047-1142. A new edition appeared as: Ramon Llull, Llibre del gentil e dels tres savis, ed. Antoni Bonner, Nova edició de les obres de Ramon Llull, 2 (Palma de Mallorca: Patronat Ramon Llull, 2001). The Latin text has been edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1722/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), II, treatise ii, pp. 21-114. Partial French and English translations can be found in the anthologies of Sara-Molins and Bonner. An edition with Spanish translation has appeared as: Ramon Llull, Libro del gentil y los tres sabios. Edición bilingüe, trans. Matilde Conde Salazar, Scriptorium Medievalium et Renascentium, 2; Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, 671 (Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, 2007).

Libre de demostracions (logical and apologetical work, 1274-1278?). This work was later translated into Latin. The Catalan text has been edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1930), Vol. XV. The Latin translation has been edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1722/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), II, treatise v, pp. 177-420.

Libro de los correlativos. Liber correlativorum innatorum, trans. José G. Higuera Rubió, Clásicos de la Cultura, 10 (Madrid: Editorial Trotta, 2008).

Liber Principiorum Theologiae (1274-1278?), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1721/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), I, treatise i, pp. 607-666.

Liber de Sancto Spiritu (apologetical work, 1274-1283?), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1722/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), II, treatise iii, pp. 115-124.

Oracions e contemplacions de l’enteniment (1274-1283?), edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1935), XVIII, 231-268.

Ramon Llull, Llibre de contemplació. Antologia, ed. Josep Enric Rubio Albarracín, Biblioteca Barcino, 5 (Barcelona: Editorial Barcino, 2009).

Blanquerna (utopist pedagogical novel, 1283). The Catalan text has been edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1914), IX and in Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1957), I, 111-307. The text has also been edited as: Blaquerna, ed. S. Galmés, Els Nostres Classics, 4 Vols.(Barcelona, 1935-1954), and repeatedly thereafter. Cf. for instance Blanquerna, Antología y edición de Albert Soler (Barcelona, 1995). (A partial edition of) the text can also be found in several other anthologies and translations of Llull’s work. A French translation has appeared as: Raymond Lulle, Blaquerne, trad. Parick Gifreu, Les Grandes Traductions (Monaco: Éditions du Rocher, 2007). A new facsimile edition (based on what?) was issued as Ramon Llull, Blanquerna, Edició facsímil, Pròleg de Joan Santanach i Suñol (Barcelona: Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2016). Cf. review by Valentí Serra de Manresa in Estudios franciscanos 118:462 (2017), 283-285.

Ars demonstrativa (c. 1283). The Latin text has been edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1722/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), III, treatise iii, pp. 93-204. A critical edition has appeared as: Raimundus Lullus, Opera Latina, 27: Ars Demonstrativa, ed. Josep Enric Rubio Albarracín, Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Mediaevalis, 213; Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina, 32 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007). A Catalan version of the text has been edited in Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1932), XVI, 1-288. An English tradition can be found in A. Bonner, Selected Works of Ramon Llull (1232-1316) (Princeton, 1985) I, 305-568.

Liber de Quattuordecim Articulis Sacrosanctae Romanae Catholicae Fidei (1283-1285?), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1722/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), II, treatise vi, pp. 421-610.

Lectura super Figuras Artis Demonstrative (1285-1287?), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1722/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), III, treatise iv, pp. 205-247 (also contains the Liber Chaos, which can also be found in the same volume on pp. 249-292 (treatise v)).

Quattuor Libri Principiorum. Edited as: Raymundus Lullus, Opera Latina 12-15: Quattuor Libri Principiorum, ed. María Sánchez Manzano, Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Mediaevalis, 185; Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina, 31 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2006)

Cent noms de Déu (1288), edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1936) XIX, 75-170.

Liber Tartari et Christiani/Liber super Psalmum ‘Quicunque vult’ (1288), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1729/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), IV, treatise v, 347-376.

Disputatio Fidelis et Infidelis (1288-1289), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1722/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), IV, treatise vi, pp. 377-429.

Fèlix/Libre de meravelles (didactic novel, 1288-1289). The Catalan text has been edited as: Fèlix, ed. S. Galmés, Els nostres classics, 4 Vols. (Barcelona, 1931-1934), as well as in: Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1957) I, 309-511. The work has been edited separately as Fèlix/Libre de meravelles, ed. M. Gustà & J. Molas (Barcelona, 1980), and partly again in Xavier Bonillo Hoyos, Edició critica i estudis dels llibres I, II, IX i X del Llibre de meravelles de Ramon Llull, PhD. Diss. (Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona, 2006). A Spanish translation of the text can be found in Ramon Llull, Obras literarias (Madrid, 1948), 597-1000 and as Félix ou le livre des merveilles, trans. Patrick Gifreu Coll. Anatolie (Paris-Monaco, Anatolia-Éd. du Rocher, 2000). An English translation can be found in A. Bonner, Selected Works of Ramon Llull (1232-1316) (Princeton, 1985) II, 649-1105. A German translation has appeared as: Ramon Lull, Felix oder Das Buch der Wunder, trans. Gret Schib Torra (Muttenz (Basel): Schwabe AG, 2006/2007). See reviews in Studia Lulliana 48 (2008), 129-131; AFH 102 (2009), 281-283.

Libre de les bèsties, ed. P. Bohigas (Barcelona, 1965) & ed. J. Mas (Barcelona, 1980); Llibre de les bèsties, introd. Ferran Gadea, Les eines, 19 (Barcelona: Péroa, 2002/2nd ed. 2005); Ramon Llull, Llibre de les bèsties, ed. Xavier Bonillp Hoyos & trans. Toni Sala, Angle Lector, 3 (Barcelona: Angle Editorial, 2007);Ramón Llull, Libro de las bestias, trans. Laureano Robles Caicedo, Clásicos del Pensamiento (Madrid: Editorial Tecnos, 2006); Raimundo Lúlio, Livro das Bestias, Coleção Grandes Obras do Pensamento Universal, 50 (São paulo: Ed. Escala, 2006); Ramon Llull, Livro das Bestas (c. 1289), trans. Ricardo da Costa, Coleção Grandes Obras do Pensamento Universal, 50 (São Paula: Editora Escola, 2007); Ramon Llull, O Livro dos anjos e das bestas, ed. Alexandre Gabriel & trans. Eduardo Amarane (Sintra: Zéfiro, 2009); Llibre de les bèsties (Carcaixent, 2015). An English translation of the Libre de les bèsties can be found in A. Bonner, Selected Works of Ramon Llull (1232-1316) (Princeton, 1985), Vol. II. More recently, it was edited as: Ramon Llull, Book of the Beasts, trans. Alberto García (Impressió particular, 2000). See also: David Brancaleone, ‘Il ‘Libro dele Bestie’ di Raimundo Lullo nella versione trecentesca veneta’, Per leggere i generi della letteratura 2,2 (2002), 17-62; Josep A. Grimalt, ‘Notes sobre les fonts del ‘Llibre de les bèsties’ de Ramon Llull’, Randa 48. Homenatge a Miquel Batllori 1 (2002), 37-46; Libro de le bestie: traduzione veneta trecentesca, ed. Patrizio Rigobon, Veronica Orazi & Marcella Ciceri (Alessandria, 2016).

Ars Inventiva Veritatis (1290), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1729/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), V, treatise i, pp. 1-211.

Art Amativa/Ars Amativa (mystical text, 1290). The Catelan text has been edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1933) XVII, 1-398. The Latin text can be found in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1737/Frankfurt a.M., 1965), VI, treatise ii, pp. 7-154.

Libre de sancta Maria/De Laudibus B. Virginis Mariae (1290-1292?). The Catalan text has been edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1915) X, 1-228, in Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1957) I, 1143-1243, and in Das Buch über die heilige Maria. Libre de sancta Maria. Katalanisch-deutsch, ed. Fernando Domínguez Reboiras, trans. Elisenda Padrós Wolff, Mystik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Abt. I, 19 (Stuttgart-Bad Canstatt: Frommann-Holzboog, 2005) [review in AFH 99 (2006), 349-352]. The Latin text has been published as: De Laudibus B. Virginis Mariae, ed. Lefèvre d’Étaples (Paris, 1499).

Horas de nostra Dona sancta Maria (poetry, 1290-1293?), edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1933) XIX, 171-198 , as well as in: Ramon Lull, Obras literarias (Madrid, 1948), 1032-1069 (with Latin translation). A Catelan prose version is edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1915) X, 229-288.

Plant de nostra Dona sancta Maria /Plant de la verge (Catelan poetry, 1290-1293?), edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1936) XIX, 199-216; Ramon Lull, Obras literarias (Madrid, 1948), 1070-1093 (with Spanish translation); Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1957) I, 1292-1301.

Taula general/Tabula Generalis (liberal arts text, 1293-1294). The Catalan text has been edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1932) XVI, 295-522. The Latin text has been edited in Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1729/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) V, treatise ii, pp. 221-300 and in Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina 53: Tabula generalis in mari in portu Tunicii in medio septembris anno MCCXCIII incepta, et in civitate Neapolis in octavis Epiphaniae anno MCCXCIV ad finem perducta, ed. Viola tenge-Wolf, Corpus Christianorum, Continuatio Mediaevalis, 181, Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina, 27 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2002). [cf. review in Studia lulliana 43 (2003), 144-146. This edition is based on the doctoral thesis edition defended at Freiburg in Br. in 2001 by the same editor]

Flors d’amors e flors d’intelligència/Flos Amoris et Intelligentiae (mystical texts, 1294). The Catalan text has been edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1935) XVIII, 271-311. The Latin translation has been edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1737/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) VI, treatise iv, 225-238. An English translation can be found in A. Bonner, Selected Works of Ramon Llull (1232-1316) (Princeton, 1985) II, 1217-1256.

Disputació de cinc savis/Liber de Quinque Sapientibus (apologetical work, 1294). The Latin text has been edited in Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1722/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) II, treatise iv, pp. 125-174.

Arbre de filosofia desiderat/Arbor Philosophiae Desideratae (1294). The Catalan text can be found in Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1933) XVII, 399-507. The Latin text has been edited in Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1737/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) VI, treatise v, pp. 241-281. For a modern German translation, see: Ramon Llull, Der Baum der Liebesphilosophie, trans & introd. Alexander Fidora & Gret Schib Torra, Katalanische Literatur des Mittelalters, 9 (Berlin-Münster-Vienna-Züruch-London, 2016). Review in Wissenschaft und Weisheit 79 (2016), 245ff.

Desconhort (poetry, 1295), edited in Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1936) XIX, 217-254. Also edited by A. Pagès, in Annales du Midi 50 (1938), 113-156, 225-267 (with French translation), in Ramon Lull, Obras literarias (Madrid, 1948), 1094-1146 (with Spanish translation), in Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1957) I, 1308-1328, in Ramon Llull, Obra escogida (Madrid, 1981), 453-507 (with Spanish translation), and as Ramon Llull, Cant de Ramon. Lo desconhort, ed. Gabriel Ensenyat Pujol (Muro (Balears): Ensiola, 2005).

Començament de medicina. Tractat d’astronomia, ed. Lola Badia, Nova Edició de les Obres de Ramon Llull, 5 (Palma de Mallorca: Patronat Ramon Llull, 2002).

A Árvore Imperial, trans. Ricardo da Costa, in: Testemunhos da História. Documentos de História Antiga e Medieval (Vitória: EDUFES, 2002), 303-340.

Arbe de ciència/Arbor Scientiae (encyclopaedic text, 1295-1296). The Catalan text has been edited in Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1917-1926) XI-XIII, and in Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1957) I, 547-1046. The Latin text has been edited as Ramon Llull, Arbor Scientiae, ed. J. Bade (Lyon, 1515/Lyon, 1635/Lyon, 1637), and found a critical edition as Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina 65: Arbor scientiae: Romae in festo sancti Michaelis archangeli anno MCCXCV incepta in ipsa urbe Kalendis Aprilibus anni MCCXCVI ad finem perducta, Vol. I: Libri I-VII; Vol. II: Libri VIII-XV; Vol. III: Liber XVI,  ed. Pere Villalba Varneda, Corpus Christianorum Continuatio mediaevalis, 180 A-B-C; Raimundi Lulli opera latina, 24-26 (Turnhout, Brepols Publishers, 2000).

In Cypro. Alleas in Cicilia deque Transmarinus veniente annis MCCCI-MCCCII compilata, ed. Jaume Medina, Corpus Christianorum Continuatio medievalis, 184-Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina, XXX, 97-100 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2005) [=Rhetorica nova (pp. 1-77); Liber de natura (pp. 79-137); Liber quid debet homo credere de Deo (pp. 139-173); Liber de mille proverbiis (pp. 175-232)]

Liber Apostrophe/Liber de Articulis Fidei (1296), edited in Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1729/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) IV, treatise ix, pp. 505-561.

Proverbis de Ramon/Liber proverbiorum (paedagogical work, 1296?). The Catalan text can be found in Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1928) XIV, 1-324. The Latin text has for instance been edited as Raymundus Lullus, Liber Proverbiorum, ed. Lefèvre d’Étaples (Paris, 1516), in the Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1737/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) VI, treatise vi, pp. 283-413, and in In Cypro. A Spanish translation has appeared as Proverbis de Ramon, trans. Garcías Palou (Madrid, 1978). A Portuguese Edition appeared as: Ramon Llull, O livro dos Mil Provérbios (1302), trans. Ricardo da Costa, Coleção Grandes Obras do Pensamento Universal, 68 (São Paulo: Editora Escola, 2007). For a modern French edition, see Proverbes de Raymond, trans. Patrick Gifreu (Perpignan: Editions de la Merci, 2016).

Contemplatio Raymundi (1297). Edited in Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1935) XVIII, 393-435.

Declaratio Raymundi per Modum Dialogi Edita (anti-averroist treatise, 1298), edited by O. Keicher, in: O. Keicher, Raymundus Lullus und seine Stellung zur Arabischen Philosophie (Münster, 1909), 89-221. See for Llull’s other anti-averroist works also: Raimundo Lúlio, Escritos Antiaverroístas (1309-1311), trans. Brasília Bernadette Rosson et al. , Pensamento Franciscano, 4 (Porto Alegre: EDIPURS-USF, 2001) & Lulle et la condemnation de 1277. La Déclaration de Raymond écrite sous forme de dialogue. Traduction de latin avec notes et appendices, trans. Cécile Bonmariage, Michel Lambert  & Jean-Michel Counet, Philosophes Médiévaux, XLVI (Louvain-La-Neuve-Paris: Édition de l’Institut Supérieur de Philosophie – Éditions Peeters, 2006).

Arbre de filosofìa d’amor/Arbor Philosophiae Amoris (mystical text, 1298). The Catalan text has been edited in Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1935) XVIII, 67-227, in Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1960), II, 9-84, and also separately as Ramon Llull, Arbre de filosofia d’amor, ed. G. Schib, Els nostres classics (Barcelona, 1980). The Latin text has been edited as Raymundus Lullus, Arbor Philosophiae, ed. Lefèvre d’Étaples (Paris, 1516), in Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1737/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) VI, treatise iii, 159-224, an in Raimundi Lulli, Opera latina 61-63. Arbor philosophiae, De levitate et ponderositate elementorum, Desolatio Raimundi, ed. Carla Compagno and Ulli Roth, CCCM, 246, Raimundi Lulli Opera latina 34 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011) [cf. review in AFH 106:1-2 (2013), 230-234]. Partial translations can be found in the anthologies of Sala Molins et.al. An English translation appeared as The Tree of Love, trans. Allison Peers (London, 1926).

De levitate et ponderositate elementorum (year?), edited in Raimundi Lulli, Opera latina 61-63. Arbor philosophiae, De levitate et ponderositate elementorum, Desolatio Raimundi, ed. Carla Compagno and Ulli Roth, CCCM, 246, Raimundi Lulli Opera latina 34 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011) [cf. review in AFH 106:1-2 (2013), 230-234].

Desolatio Raimundiedited in Raimundi Lulli, Opera latina 61-63. Arbor philosophiae, De levitate et ponderositate elementorum, Desolatio Raimundi, ed. Carla Compagno and Ulli Roth, CCCM, 246, Raimundi Lulli Opera latina 34 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011) [cf. review in AFH 106:1-2 (2013), 230-234].

Oracions de Ramon (1299), edited in Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1935) XVIII, 313-392.

Cant de Ramon (poetry, 1300), edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1936) XIX, 255-260; Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1957), I, 1301-1302; Ramon Llull, Obra escogida (Madrid, 1981), 509-515 (with Spanish translation).

Libre de l’és de Deu (1300), ed. J. Rosselló, Obras de Ramon Lull, Vol. II (Palma de Majorca, 1901), 437-480.

Libre de coneixença de Déu (1300), ed. J. Rosselló, Obras de Ramon Lull, Vol. II (Palma de Majorca, 1901), 373-435.

Libre de Déu/Liber de Deo et Jésu Christi (1300). The Catalan text has been edited by J. Rosselló, Obras de Ramon Lull, Vol. II (Palma de Majorca, 1901), 269-371. The Latin text can be found in Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1737/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) VI, treatise x, pp. 561-598.

Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina 92-96 in civitate Maioricensi anno 1300 composita, ed. Fernando Domínguez Reboiras, Corpus Christianorum. Continuatio mediaevalis, 112; Raimundi Lulli opera latina, 21 (Turnhout, Brepols, 2000).

Mil proverbis (1302), edited in: Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés (Palma de Majorca, 1928) XIV, 325-372; Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1957), I, 1243-1269. The work has received a Spanish translation as Ramon Llull, Obras filosoficas (Madrid, 1933). See also In Cypro.

Logica Nova (1303), edited in: Raymund Llull, Die neue Logik, ed. & trans. Ch. Lohr (Hamburg, 1985).

Disputatio Fidei et Intellectus (1303), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1729/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) IV, treatise viii, pp. 479-504. See also: Disputa entre la fe i l'enteniment, trans. Josep Batalla & Alexander Fidora, Traducció de l'obra llatina de Ramon Llull, 3 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011).

Liber de Praedicatione (1304), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al. (Palma de Majorca, 1961-1963), III-IV.

Liber de Ascensu et Descensu Intellectus (1305), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al. (Palma de Majorca, 1981) IX, 1-199 [=Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis (CCCM) 35].

Liber de Demonstratione per Aequiparantiam (logical and theological text, 1305), edited in Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1729/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) IV, treatise xii, pp. 577-582; Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al. (Palma de Majorca, 1981) IX, 201-231 [=Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis (CCCM) 35].

Liber de Fine (crusade text, 1305), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. IX, [=Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis (CCCM) 35 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1981) 233-291].

Ars Brevis (1308), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. XII, CCCM, 38 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1984). In or around 1474, the work was translated into Hebrew. This version has been edited as: Ha-Melacha ha-Ketzara. A Hebrew Translation of Ramon Llull’s Ars Brevis, Raimundus Lullus Opera latina. Supplementum Lullianum III, Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis, 247 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012). The volume presents the Hebrew edition together with the original Latin (based on a slightly revised edition of ROL 12/CCCM 38), together with a modern English translation and additional notes. For a modern English translation of Llull's Latin Ars Brevis, see Bonner, Selected Works of Ramon Llull (1232-1316) (Princeton, 1985) I, 569-646. See also: Ramón Lull, Arte breve. Testo latino a fronte, introd. & trans. Marta M. Romano (Milan: Bompianti, 2002). [cf. review in Stud. Lull. 43 (2003), 153-156]; Arte breve de la invención del derecho (Madrid, 2015). A German tradition appeaered as well: Ars Brevis, Lateinisch-Deutsch, trans. Alexander Fidora, Philosophische Bibliothek, 518 (Hamburg: Felix Meiner Verlag, 1999).

Ars Generalis Ultima (1305-1308), edited as Raymundi Lulli, Ars Generalis, ed. F. Marçal (Palma de Majorca, 1645/Frankfurt a.M., 1970). Also edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. XIV, CCCM, 75 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1986).

Disputatio Raymundi Christiani et Hamar Saraceni (discussion with Islam, 1308), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1729/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) IV, treatise vii, pp. 431-477.

Ars Dei (1308), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. XIII, CCCM, 39 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1985).

Liber de Novis Fallaciis (logical work, 1308), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. XI, CCCM, 37 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1983), 1-136

Liber de Acquisitione Terrae Sanctae (crusade text, 1309), edited by É. Longpré, Criterion 3 (Barcelona, 1927), 265-278. Also edited by E. Kamar, in: Studia Orientalia Christiana Collectanea 6 (Cairo, 1961), 103-131. For a translation, see: Ramon Llull, Darrer llibre sobre la conquesta de Terra Santa, trans. Pere Llabrés; introd. Jordi Gayà, Clássics del Cristianisme (Barcelona: Proa, 2002).

Ars Mystica Theologiae et Philosophiae (1309), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. V (Palma de Majorca, 1967).

Disputatio Eremitae et Raymundi super Aliquibus Dubiis Quaestionibus Sententiarum Magistri Petri Lombardi. Quaestio 96, ed. Barnaba Hechich, in: La ‘Scuola Francescana’ e l’Immacolata Concezione. Atti del Congresso Mariologico Francescano, ed. Stefano M. Cecchin, Studi mariologici, 10 (Vatican City; Pontificia Academia Mariana Internationalis, 2005), 791-795.

Liber de Modo Naturali Intelligendi (anti-Averroist treatise, 1310), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. VI, CCCM, 33 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1978), 177-223.

Liber Natalis Pueri Parvuli Christi Jesu (on mission and crusade, 1311), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. VII, CCCM, 32 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1975), 19-73. A Catalan version of the text can be found in Ramon Lull, Obres essencials (Barcelona, 1960) II, 1271-1295.

Liber Lamentationis Philosophiae (anti-Averroist work, 1311), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. VII, CCCM, 32 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1975), 75-126.

Vita Coaetanea (autobiography, 1311), ed. B. de Gaiffier, Analecta Bollandiana 48 (1930), 146-175; Ramon Llull, Obras literarias (Madrid, 1948), 41-77; Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. VIII, CCCM, 34 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1980), 259-309. Also translated into Spanish by P. Gimferrer, in: Ramón Llull, Obra ascogida (Madrid, 1981), 1-22. See also & Vida del maestro Ramón (Valencia, 2015). There are several other translations in the anthologies of Sala-Molins and Bonner. The latter issued a new translation in 2010: Ramon Llull, A Contemporary Life, ed. & trans. Anthony Bonner (Barcelona: Editorial Barcino & Woodbridge: Tamesis Books, 2010). Signaled with comments in AFH 104 (2011), 367-368. See also: Ramon Llull, Vida coetània, ed. Gabriel Ensenyat Pujol (Illes Balears: Ensiola, 2004). For an Italian version, see: Ramon Llull, La vita coetanea, trans. Stefano Maria Malaspina, Di fronte e attraverso, 995/Biblioteca di cultura medievale, 1 (Milano, 2011).

Phantasticus/Disputatio Petri Clerici et Raymundi Phantastici (missionary work with autobiographical traits, 1311), edited as Raymundi Lulli, Disputatio Petri Clerici et Raymundi Phantastici, ed. Lefèvre d’Étaples (Paris, 1499/re-printed in Wissenschaft & Weisheit 2 (Freiburg i.Br., 1935), 311-324. More recently, the work was translated into Italian as: Raimundo Lullo, Phantasticus. Disputa del chierico Pietro con l’insensato Raimondo, trans. Mario Polia et al. (Rimini: Il Cerchio Iniziative Editoriali, 1997). See also: Ramon Llull, Llibre de la disputa del clergue Pere i de Ramon, el fantástic - Libre de la Ciutat del món, trans. Lola Bdaia, Traducció de l’obra llatina de ramon Llull, 2 (Turnhout: Brepols - Santa Coloma de Queralt, Obrador Edendum, 2008) [cf. review in Arxiu de textos catalans antics 28 (2009), 699-702].

Liber de Novo Modo Demonstrandi (logical work, 1312), edited in: Raymundi Lulli Opera Omnia, ed. I. Salzinger (Mainz, 1729/Frankfurt a.M., 1965) IV, treatise xiv, pp. 595-610.

Testamentum Raymundi (1312), edited by A. Bofarull in: Memorias de la Real Academia de Buenas Letras de Barcelona 5 (1896), 435-479 (with Spanish translation). Also translated in E.-W. Platzeck, Das Leben des seligen Raimund Lull (Düsseldorf, 1964), 127-132.

Liber de Compendiosa Contemplatione (1313), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. I (Palma de Majorca, 1959), 69-86; Obres de Ramon Lull, ed. S. Galmés et.al. (Palma de Majorca, 1934) XVIII, 437-450.

Libre de Consolació d’ermità/Liber de Consolatione Eremitae (1313). The Catalan text has been edited by M. Sponer, in: Estudis Franciscans 47 (1935), 25-26 [reprinted in Miscellània Lulliana (Barcelona, 1935), 341-372. The Latin text has been edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. I (Palma de Majorca, 1959), 94-120.

Ars Consilii (paedagogical work, 1315), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. II (Palma de Majorca, 1960), 323-335.

Liber de Deo et de Mundo (1315), edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., Vol. II (Palma de Majorca, 1960), 337-377.

Affatus, ed. J. Ll Navarro & Fosep Reñé, Obra Llatina de Ramon Llull 1 (Fonderella 1993).

O livro da ordem de cavallaria (edição bilingue), trans. Ricardo da Costa Memória universal, 28 (São Paulo, Instituto Brasileiro de Filosofia e Ciência Raimundo Lúlio, Editora Giordano, 2000). It also was edited as: Ramon Llull, Doctrina pueril-Libre del Orde de Cavalleria-Libre de clerecia-Art de confessió, ed. M. Obrador y Benássar (Barcelona, 1906; Reprint Turnhout: Brepols, 1986). For an English translation of the Livro da ordem de cavallaria, see: Ramon Lull’s Book of Knighthood & Chivalry and the Anonymous Ordene de Chevalerie, trans. William Caxton & Brian R. Price (Union City: The Chivalry Bookshelf, 2001) & Ramon Llull. The Book of the Order of Chivalry, trans. Noel Fallows (Rochester, NY: The Boydell Press, 2014). The work was originally written in Catalan between 1274 and 1276.

Llibre dels articles de la fe catòlica. Llibre què deu hom creure de Déu. Llibre contra Anticristi, Nova Edició de les Obres de Ramon Llull 3 (Ciutat de Mallorca, 1996).

Libre de clerecia, edited in: Ramon Llull, Doctrina pueril-Libre del Orde de Cavalleria-Libre de clerecia-Art de confessió, ed. M. Obrador y Benássar (Barcelona, 1906; Reprint Turnhout: Brepols, 1986).

Art de confessió, edited in: It also was edited as: Ramon Llull, Doctrina pueril-Libre del Orde de Cavalleria-Libre de clerecia-Art de confessió, ed. M. Obrador y Benássar (Barcelona, 1906; Reprint Turnhout: Brepols, 1986).

Summa Sermonum, edited in: Raimundi Lulli, Opera Latina, ed. F. Stegmüller et.al., CCM, 76 (Turnhout: Brepols, 1987). Includes: De X Preceptis; De VII Sacramentis; De Pater Noster; De Ave Mariae, De Virtutibus et Vitiis; De Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti; De Operibus Misericordiae.

Libro del ascenso y descenso del entendimiento, ed. & comm. Alegre Gorri, Obrs maestras del milenio 61 (Barcelona, 1996).

O Livro dos Anjos (1274?-1283?). Edição catalão-português, ed. & trans. Eliane Ventorim, Ricardo da Costa & Esteve Jaulent, Raimundo Lúlio, 3 (São Paulo: Instituto Brasileiro de Filosofia e Ciência ‘Raimundo Lúlio’, 2002).

Las razones del corazón, ed. Miguel Anxo Pena González et al. (Salamanca: Ediciones Naturaleza y Grazia, 2005).

Retòrica nova, trans J. Batalla, L. Cabré & M. Ortín, Traducció de l'Obra Llatina de Ramon Llull, 1 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2006).

Cusanus’ excerpts from Llull’s works, see: Cusanus-Texte III. Marginalien 4. Raimundus Lullus. Die Exerptensammlung aus den Schriften des Raimundus Lullus im Codex Cusanus 83, ed. Ulli Roth (Heidelberg, 1999).

Raimundo Lúlio, O livro do Amigo e do Amado, Coleção Grandes Obras do Pensamento Universal, 37 (São Paulo: Ed. Escala, 2006); Ramon Llull, Libro de amigo y amado, trans. Eduardo Moga (Barcelona: DVD Ediciones/Editorial Barcino, 2006).

literature (endless)

The study of Llull has become a veritable industry. For a bibliographical guide to the writings on Llull until 1973, see: R. Brummer, Bibliographia Lulliana: Ramon-Llull-Schrifttum, 1870-1973 (Hildesheim, 1976); ‘Bibliografia lul.lística’, Studia lulliana 34:90 (1994), 117-122, 35:91 (1995), 123-130, 36:92 (1996), 125-132, 37:93 (1997), 117-121, 38:94 (1998), 99-111, 39:95 (1999), 103-116, 40:96 (2000), 117-127 (overview of the many studies published between 1987 and 1999); Anthony Bonner, ‘Recent scholarship on Ramon Llull’, Romance Philology 54:1 (2001), 377-392; Charles Lohr & Anthony Bonner, ‘The philosophy of Raimond Lull: A survey of recent literature’, Recherches de Théologie et de Philosophie Médiévales 68 (2001), 170-179;  See also the periodicals Estudios Lulianos/Studia Lulliana  and the website http://orbita.bib.ub.es/ramon/

Among the older literature, see for instance: E. Allison Peers, Ramon Lull: A Biography (London, 1929); José Millas-Vallicrosa, ‘Las relaciones entre la doctrina Luliana y la Cabala’, in: L’Homme et son destin d’après les penseurs du moyen âge, Actes du premier congrès international de philosophie médiévale (Louvain-Brussels, 1960), 35-42; Joaquin Carreras y Artan, ‘Influencia de Ramon Llull en el pensamiento teologico-filosofico de los siglos XIV y XV’, in: L’Homme et son destin d’après les penseurs du moyen âge, Actes du premier congrès international de philosophie médiévale (Louvain-Brussels, 1960), 643-651; P. Rossi, ‘The Legacy of Ramon Lull in Sixteenth-Century Thought’, Medieval and Renaissance Studies 5 (1961), 182-213; E.W. Platzeck, Raimund Lull: Sein Leben - Seine Werke - Die Grundlagen seines Denkens, 2 Vols. (Düsseldorf, 1962-1964); J.N. Hillgarth, Ramon Lull and Lullism in Fourteenth-Century France (Oxford, 1971); A. Madre, Die theologische Polemik gegen Raimundus Lullus (Münster, 1973); L. Sala-Molins, La philosophie de l’amour chez Raymond Lulle (Paris, 1974); G. Mora Morey, ‘Nuevos datos sobre el primitivo ermitorio de Ramon Llull en el monte de Randa’, Estudios Lulianos 9 (1975), 117-120; DSpir XIII, 171-187.

Among the more recent studies, see in particular: Walter W. Artus, 'Ramon Llull on the pre-eminence of man in a God-centered universe', Antonianum 66:1 (1991), 140-154; Umberto Eco, ‘La lingua universale di Ramón Lull’, Cahiers Ferdinand de Saussure 45 (1991), 121-149; Lola Badia & Anthoni Bonner, Ramón Llull. Vida, pensiamento y obre (Barcelona, 1993); Miquel Batllori, Ramon Llull i el Lullisme (Valencia, 1993); Armand Llinarès, `Santé et médicine selon Llull. 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Joan Vernet & Ramon Parés (Barcelona-Valencia: Institut d’Estudis Catalans-Universitat de València, 2004), 403-442; Francesc Puigpelat, L’últim hivern de Ramon Llull (Barcelona: Edicions Proa, 2004); Sarah Jane Boss, ‘Does God’s creation hide or disclose its creator? A conversation with Ramon Llull’, New Blackfriars 85:996 (2004), 170-185; Josep Perarnau, ‘Le edizioni dei testi degli autori del Basso Medioevo con particolare riferimento a quelle di autori catalani Arnau de Vilanova, Ramon Llull, Nicolau Eimeric, Francesc Eiximenis’, in: Bilan et perspectives des Études médiévales (1993-1998). Euroconference (Barcelona, 8-12 juin 1999), Actes du IIe Congrès Européen d’Études Médiévales, ed. Jacqueline Hamesse, Textes et Études du Moyen Age, 22 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2004), 429-433; Charles H. Lohr, ‘Nicolaus Cusanus and Ramon Lull: a comparison of three texts on human knowledge’, Traditio 59 (2004), 229-315; Miquel Batllori, Il Llullismo in Italia. Tentativo di sintesi (Rome: Antonianum, 2004); Alessandro Tessari, ‘L’Arte della memoria in Ramon Llull, trovatore, tra mistica e computazione’, in: Memoria. Poetica, retorica e filologia della memoria. Atti del XXX Convegno Interuniversitario di Bressanone (18-21 luglio 2002), ed. Gianfelice Peron, Zeno Verlato & Francesco Zambon (Trento: Dip. di Scienze Filologiche e Storiche, 2004), 75-94; Albrecht Classen, ‘Toleranz im späten XIII. Jahrhundert, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von Jans von Wien und Ramon Llull’, Mediaevistik 17 (2004), 25-55; Guillermo Pons, Ramón Llull, (Madrid: Ed. Ciudad Nueva, 2005); Albert Soler I Llopart, ‘Difondere i conservar la pròpia obra: Ramon Llul i el manuscrit lat. Paris 3348’, Randa. Homenatge a Miquel Batllori 7:54 (2005), 5-29; Ramon Llul und Nikolaus von Kues: eine Begegnung im Zeichen der Toleranz. Akten des Internationalen Kongresses zu Ramon Llul und Nikolaus von Kues (Brixen und Bozen, 25-27 November 2004)/Raimondo Lullo e Niccolò Cusano: un incontro nel segno della tolleranza. Atti del Congresso Lullo e Niccolò Cusano (Bressanone e Bolzano, 25-27 novembre 2004), ed. Eermengildo Bidese, Alexander Fidora & Paul Renner, Instrumenta Patristica et Mediaevalia. Research on the Inheritance of Early and Medieval Christianity, 46; Subsidia Lulliana, 2 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2005) [many interesting articles]; Franco Porsia, Progetti di Crociata. Il ‘De fine’ di Raimondo Lullo (Taranto: Chimienti Editore, 2005); Guillem Alexandre Amenguak I Bunyola, ‘Una versió siscentista mallorquina del ‘Llibre d’amic e amat”, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 199-215; Xavier Bonillo Hoyos, ‘L’estructura dels llibres dels Paradís i de l’Infern al ‘Felix’ de Ramon Llull’, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 217-233; Josep Maria Ruiz Simon, ‘Las transformació del pensament de Ramon Llull durant les obre de transició cap a l’etapa ternària’ in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 167-196; Joan Santanach i Suñol, ‘Manuscrits, còpies i traduccions. Ramon Llull i la transmissió de la ‘Doctrina pueril”, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 297-324; Jordi Sidera o Casas, ‘Origen I evolució del concepte de caos en Ramon Llul’, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 339-345; Lola Badia, ‘Generació o luxúria.  Què diu Ramon Llull sobre el sexe’, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 13-45; Robert Hughes, ‘Ramon Llull’s use of the term ‘Deification’ and its cognates in the context of Latin- and Eastern-Christian views of salvation’, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 281-296; Josep Perarnau i Espelt, Ramon Llull i la seva teologia de la Inmaculada Concepción, Publicacions del Centre d’Estudis Teològics de Mallorca, 39 (Mallorca, 2005); Josep Maria Ruiz Simon, A arte de Raimundo Lúlio e a teoria escolástica da ciência, trans. Fernando Salles (Istituto Brasileiro de Filosofia e Ciência ‘Raimondo Lúlio, 2005); Charles Lohr, ‘Mathematics and the Divine: Ramon Llull’, in: Mathematics and the Divine: A Historical Study, ed. T. Koetzier & L. Bergmans (Amsterdam: Elzevier B.V., 2005), 215-228; Antoni Bordoy Fernández, ‘Variacions entorn del concepte lul.lià de ‘materia”, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 235-358; Anthony Bonner, ‘Reducere auctoritates ad necessarias rationes’, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 47-73; Orlando Todisco, ‘Lo spazio teoretico come spazio di libertà. La lezione filosofica del francescano Raimondo Lullo’, Miscellanea Francescana 105 (2005), 501-570; Peter Walter, ‘Erleuchtet-verrückt? Raimundus Lullus’, in: Querdenker. Visionäre und Außenseiter in Philosophie und Theologie, ed. Markus Knapp & Theo Kobusch (Darmstadt: WBG, 2005), 128-138; Harvey J. Hames, ‘The Jewish Ramon Llull: Missionary, Mystic, Magician, Doctor and Alchemist’, in: Actes de les Jornades Internacionals Lul.lianes. Ramon Llull al s. XXI. Palma 1, 2 I 3 d’abril de 2004, ed. Maria Isabel Ripoll Perelló, Col.lecció Blaquerna, 5 (Palma-Barcelona: Universitat de les Illes Baleats-Universitat de Barcelona, 2005), 77-106; Júlia Butinyà, ‘L’Art lul.liana és…’, Butlletí de la Reial Acadèmia de Bones Lletres de Barcelona 50 (2005-6), 197-229; Sara Muzzi, Per conoscere Raimondo Lullo. La vita, il pensiero e le opere (S. Maria degli Angeli: Ed. Porziuncola, 2006); Santiago Mata, El hombro que demonstró el Cristianismo: Ramón Llull (Madrid: Ed. Rialp, 2006); Lulle et la condemnation de 1277. La Déclaration de Raymond écrite sous forme de dialogue, ed. Cécile Bonmarriage, Michel Lambert & Jean-Michel Counet, Philosophes Médiévaux, 46 (Louvain-la-Neuve: Ed. de l’Institut Supérieur de Philosophie – Paris: Ed. Peeters, 2006); Orlando Todisco, ‘Lo spazio teoretico come spazio di libertà. La lezione filosofica del francescano Raimondo Lullo’, Miscellanea Francescana (2006), 501-570; Sara Muzzi, Per conoscere Raimondo Lullo. La vita, il pensiero e le opere (S. Maria degli Angeli-Assisi: Edizioni Porziuncola, 2006); Albert Soler, ‘Recomposició d’un antic còdex lul.lià’, Stud. Lull. 45-46 (2005-2006), 75-83; Charles Lohr, ‘Raimundus Lullus und die Scholastik’, Recherches de Théologie et de Philosophie Médiévale 73 (2006), 335-347; Ricardo da Costa, ‘A experiência religiosa e mística de Ramon Llull: a infinidade e a eternidade divinas no Livro da contemplação (c. 1274)’, Scintilla 3:1 (2006), 107-133; Ricardo da Costa, ‘Las definiciones de las siete artes liberales y mecánicas en la obra de Ramón Llull’, Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofia 23 (2006), 131-164; Charles Lohr, ‘Ramon Lull: actividad divina y hominización del mundo’, Nuevo Mundo 7 (2006), 77-86; Jordi Pardo Pastor, ‘La naturaleza humana en Ramon Llull. El pequeño mundo del hombre’, Rev. Esp. Filos. Mediev. 13 (2006), 59-69; Franciosco José Díaz Marcilla, ‘La unicidad y la transcendencia de Dios en el ‘Liber ad probandum aliquos articulos fidei catholicae per syllogisticas rationes’ de Ramón Llull’, Estudios Franciscanos 107 (2006), 245-254; Robert D. Hugues, ‘Speculum, similitude, and signification: The Incarnation as exemplary and proportionate sign in the Arts of Ramon Llull’, Stud. Lull. 45-46 (2005-2006), 3-37; Paolo Evangelisti, “Christus est proximus noster’. Costruzione dell’identità comunitaria e definizione delle ‘infidelitates’ in Arna de Vilanova e Ramon Llull’, Stud. Lull. 45-46 (2006), 39-70; Josep Perarnau i Espelt, ‘Certeses, hipòtesis I preguntes entorn el tema ‘conversió i croada’ em Ramon Lull. ‘Croada militar’ o ‘croada gramatical’?’, Arxiu Text. Catal. Ant. 25 (2006), 129-228; Albert Soler, ‘Estudi històric i codicològic dels manuscrits lul.lians copiat per Guillem Pagès (ca. 1274-1301)’, Arxiu Text. Catal. Ant. 25 (2006), 229-266; Josep Hernando i Delgado, ‘Obres de Ramon Llull em biblioteques privadas de la Barelona del segle XV’, Arxiu Text. Catal. Ant. 25 (2006), 267-345; Sebastià Trias Mercant, ‘Ramon Llull: defectes i virtuts del millor llibre del món’, Memòries de la Reial Acadèmia Mallorquina d'Estudis Genealògics, Heràldics i Històrics 16 (2006), 131-138; Miquela Sacrarès Taberner, ‘Lullianae imagines: la iconografia de Ramon Llull i els principals episodis de la seva vida’, Memòries de la Reial Acadèmia Mallorquina d'Estudis Genealògics, Heràldics i Històrics 16 (2006), 139-156; J.M. da Cruz Pontes, ‘Apostilas para a edição: o crítica do ‘Livro da corte emperial’, Humanitas 58 (2006), 229-252; Albert Soler, ‘Descripció del manuscrit lul.lià F-143 del Col.legi de la Sapiència de Palma’, in: Homenatge a Joseph Gulsoy, Estudis de Llengua i Literatura Catalana, 53, 2 Vols. (Barcelona: Publicaciones de l'Abadia de Montserrat, 2006) I, 131-138; Albert Soler i Llopart, ‘El ‘llibre cortès de lectura’ en català: a propòsit del manuscrit F-129 del Col.legi de la Sapiència de Palma’, Caplletra. Revista internacional de Filologia 41 (2006), 9-42; Bernard Jolibert, ‘L'éducation selon Raymond Lulle’, Expressions 28 (La Reunión, Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maître, 2006), 123-149; Mark Johnston, ‘The ‘Rethorica nova’ of Ramon Llull: A guide of ‘speaking well’, La Corónica 34:2 (2006), 135-160; Albert Lloret, ‘Modelos jurídicos y reformas sociales en el ‘Llibre de l'ordre de cavalleria’ de Ramón Llull’, La Corónica 35:1 (2006), 171-190; Esteve Jaulent, ‘O ‘Liber de anima rationali’ (1296) de Raimundo Lúlio’, in: Idade Média: Tempo do mundo - Tempo dos homens - Tempo de Deus, ed. José António de C.R. de Souza (Porto Alegre: EST, 2006), 230-239; Antoni Bordoy Fernández, Les arrels de la metafísica lul.liana. Anàlisi de la influència e la tradició neoplatònico dins la filosofía lul.liana, PhD Diss. (Universitat de les Illes Balears, 2006); Alfonso Pompei, ‘Lullismo’, in: Enciclopedia Filosofica VII (Milan: Fondazione Centro di Studi Filosofiche di Gallarate - Bompiani, 2006), 6831f; Harold Bloom, Ramon Llull and Catalan Tradition. Ramon Llull und die Katalanische Tradition. Ramon Llull i la tradició catalana. Ramon Llull y la tradición catalana (Barcelona: Institut Ramon Llull, 2006); Santiago Mata, El hombre que demostró el cristianismo. Ramón Llull (Madrid: Rialp, 2006); Lola Badias Pàmies, ‘Ramon Llull i la ciència’, in: Història de la ciència a les Illes Balears, Vol. I: L’édat Mitjana, ed. Anthony Bonner & Francesc Bujosa Homar (Palma de Mallorca: Govern de les Illes Balears, 2006), 69-100; Albert Soler, ‘Editing texts with multilingual tradition: The case of Ramon Llull’, Variants 6 (2006), 53-72; Francesco Fiorentino, ‘Predestinazione e prescienza nelle opere latine di Raimondo Lullo’, Frate Francesco 72 (2006), 91-129; Markus Enders, ‘Das Gespräch zwischen den Religionen bei Raimundus Lullus’, in: Wissen über Grenzen 194-214; Francesco Santi, ‘La diffusione del cristianesimo disarmato nell’Islàm tra Francesco e Raimondo Lullo’, in: Fedi a confronto, 115-135; Paolo Evangelisti, I Francescani e la costruzione di uno Stato. Linguaggi politici, valori identitari, progetti di governo in area catalano-aragonese, Fonte e ricerche, 20 (Padua: Editrici Francescane, 2006) [a.o. with reference to Fidenzio da Padova, Ramon Llul, Francesc Eiximenis, Joan Eixemeno and Matteo d’Agrigento]; Robert D.F. Pring-Mill, El microcosmos lul.lià, Els llibres de Pròsper, 8 (Palma de Mallorca: Editorial Moll, 2006) [An Italian version appeared in 2007); Fernando Domínguez Reboiras, ‘Las relaciones de Ramon Llull con la corte siciliana’, in: I Francescani e la politica. Atti del Convegno internazionale di studio, Palermo 3-7 Dicembre 2002, Tomi I-II, ed. Alessandro Musco (Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali 2007), 365-386; Núria Gómez Llanger, ‘Síntesi del contingut del ‘Liber de potentia, obiecto et actu’ de Ramon Llull’, Faventia 29:1-2 (2007), 107-119; Albert Soler i Llopart, ‘El ‘Llibre d'Evast e Blaquerna’ de Ramon Llull’, in: De Ramon Llull a T.S. Eliot: grans obres literàries del cristianisme, ed. Antoni Blanch, Biblioteca Litèraria. Estudis, 12 (Barcelona: Proa, 2007), 41-68; Ricardo da Costa, ‘O homerm é quando age contra Deus e contra a Semilhança de Deus’: a maldade humana no ‘Livro das Maravilhas (1288-1289)’, in: Anais do II Simpósio Internacional de Teologia e Ciéncias da Religião (Belo Horizonte: ISTA/PUC Minas, 2007), 1-9; Francesca Chimento, ‘El Llibro de meravelles’ e Ramon Llull en la seva recepció italiana’, in: 2n Col.loqui Europeu d'Estudis Catalans. La recepció de la literatura catalana medieval a Europa, ed. Alexander Fidora & Eliseu Trenc (Péronnas: Edicions de la Tour Gile, 2007) I, 33-45; Michela Pereira, ‘Morire d'amore. Note per um confronto fra Raimondo Lullo e Margherita Porete sull'esperienza mistica’, in: Donne tra saperi e poteri nella storia delle religioni, ed. Sofia Boesch Gajano & Enzo Pace (Brescia: Morcelliana, 2007), 183-203; Andreu Grau i Arau, ‘La eternidad en l'Art ebrevjada de predicació de Ramon Llull’, in: Tempo e eternidade na Idade Média, ed. Jan G.J. Reegen, Luis A. De Boni & Marcos Roberto N. Costa (Porto Alegre (Brazil): EST Edições, 2007), 113-117; Josep Enric Rubio, ‘Un capítol en l'ús de l'allegoria en Ramon Llull: exegesi del capitol 354 del ‘Llibre de contemplació’’, Studia Lulliana 47 (2007), 5-27; Michela Pereira, ‘Morire d’amore. Note per un confronto fra Raimondo Lullo e Margherita Porete sull’esperienza mistica’, in: Donne tra saperi e poteri nella storia delle religioni, ed. Sofia Boesch Gajano & Eno Pace (Brescia: Editrice Morcelliana, 2007), 183-203; Anthony Bonner & Albert Soler, ‘La ‘mise en texte’ de la primera versió de l'Art: noves formes par a nous contiguts’, Studia Lulliana 47 (2007), 29-50; Marta M.M. Romano, ‘Il primo lullismo in Italia: tradizione manoscritta e contexto della ‘Lectura’ di Joan Bolons’, Studia Lulliana 47 (2007), 71-115; Anthony Bonner, The Art and Logic of Ramon Llull. A User's Guide, Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 95 (Leiden-Boston-New York-Köln: Brill, 2007); Annemarie C. Mayer, Die Lehre von Gott und seinen Eigenschaften im Religionsgespräch bei Ramon Lull, PhD. Diss. (Tübingen: Eberhard-Karls-Universität, 2007); Josep Perarnau, ‘Noves notícies sobre Ramon Llull i lullismo a Alemanya’, Arxiu de textos catalans antics 26 (2007), 637-649; Il Mediterraneo del’300: Raimondo Lullo e Federico III d’Aragona, re di Sicilia. Omaggio a Fernando Domínguez Reboiras, Atti del Seminario Internazionale di Palermo, Castelvetrano-Selinunte (TP), 17-19 novembre 2005, ed. Alessandro Musco & Marta M.M. Romano, Instrumenta Patristica et Mediaevalia: Research on the Inheritance of Early and Medieval Christianity, 49; Subsidia Lulliana, 3 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007) [wide-ranging volume, with the cooperation of many of the current Llull scholars. Also of interest as various articles contain proper analyses of individual works by Llull, such as the Ars Amativa, De Consolatione Eremitarum, Liber per quem poterit cognosci quae lex sit magis bona, magis magna, et etiam magis vera, Liber de Perseitate Dei, Arbor Philosophiae Amoris, Liber de Deo Maiore et Deo Minore]; Robert D.F. Pring-Mill, Il microcosmo lulliano, ed. Sara Muzzi, trans. Francesco Treccia, revision Anna Baggiani Cases, Medioevo, 14; Centro Italiano di Lullismo, 2 (Rome: Ed. Antonianum, 2007); La mistica parola per parola, ed. Luigi Borriello, Maria R. Del Genio & Tomás Spidlík (Milan: Ancora, 2007), 235; Carmen Cardelle de Hartmann, Lateinische Dialoge 1200-1400. Literaturhistorische Studie und RepertoriumMittellateinsiche Studien und texte, 37 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2007), 419-470 [with info on 25 works by Ramon Llull]; Gabriel Ensenyat Pujol, Treballs sobre Ramon Llull (Palma: Institut D'Estudis Baleàrics, 2007); Júlia Butinyá Jiménez, ‘Sobre Blaquerna/Blanquerna’, el protagonista de l'obra de Llull’, Randa 58 (2007), 23-37; Patrizio Rigobon, ‘Ancora a proposito della ‘Consolatio Venetorum et totius gentis desolate’ di Ramon Llull’, in: I Francescani e la politica. Atti del Convegno internazionale di studio, Palermo 3-7 Dicembre 2002, Tomi I-II, ed. Alessandro Musco (Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali 2007), 849-855; Marta M.M. Romano, ‘Una bozza di teoria politica nell'‘Ars de inventione iuris’ di Raimondi Lullo', in: I Francescani e la politica. Atti del Convegno internazionale di studio, Palermo 3-7 Dicembre 2002, Tomi I-II, ed. Alessandro Musco (Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali 2007), 857-876; Père Villalba Varneda, ‘El ‘princeps’ en l'‘Arbor imperialis’ de Ramon Llull’, in: I Francescani e la politica. Atti del Convegno internazionale di studio, Palermo 3-7 Dicembre 2002, Tomi I-II, ed. Alessandro Musco (Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali 2007), 1109-1138; Raimundus, christianus arabicus: Ramon Llull i l'encontre entre cultures (Barcelona: Institut Europeu de la Mditerrània, 2007); Jacint Verdaguer, Perles. L'amic i l'amat. Càntics de Ramon Llull posats en vers, ed. Enric Casasses & Agnès Prats, Nova Biblioteca Selecta, 7 (Barcelona: Edicions, 2007) [review in Studia Lulliana 48 (2008), 137-139]; Francesc-Xavier Marín, ‘Un Mediterrani cosmopolita: el viatge de Ramon Llull a Orient’, Ars Brevis. Anuari 13 (2007), 104-117; Josep M. Riz Simón & Albert Soler Llopart, ‘Ramon Llull in his historical context’, Catelan Historical Review 1 (2008), 47-61; Raimundus Lullus. An introduction to his lifw, works and thought, ed. Alexander Fidora & Josef E. Rubio, Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis, 214/Raimundi Lulli Opera Laina. Supplementum Lullianum, 2 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008) [cf. AFH 102 (2009), 519-522 & Arxiu de textos catalans antics 28 (2009), 696-699]; Ramon Llull: història, pensament i llegenda (Palma de Mallorca: Obra Social Fundació La Caixa, 2008). This work also appeared in Spanish as: Ramon Llull: Historia, pensamiento y leyenda (Barcelona: Fundación ‘La Caixa’, 2008) [a very interesting collection!]; Robert D.F. Pring-Mill, , le microcosme lullien: introduction à la pensée de Raymond Lulle, trans. Iñigo Aruchal - La « VITA COETANEA » de Raymond Lulle, trans Ramón Sugranyes de Franch, introd. & bibliography Anthony Bonner, Ruedi Imbach & Iñigo Atucha, Vestigia: Pensée antique et médiévale, 30 (Paris: Éditions du Cerf, 2008 & Fribourg (Suisse): Academic Press, 2008) [cf. review Collectanea Franciscana 79 (2009), 727-732]; Il Mediterraneo del’300: Raimondo Lullo e Federico III d’Aragona, Re di Sicilia. Omaggio a Fernando Domínguez Reboiras, ed. Alessandro Musco & Marta M.M. Romano, Instrumenta Patristica e Mediaevalia: Research on the Inheritance of Early and Medieval Christianity, 49; Subsidia Lulliana, 3 (Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2008) [wide-ranging collection with an intellectual-historical approach and with a umber of esays pertaining to Llull's missions and educational activities. Cf. reviews in Collectanea Franciscana 79 (2009), 376-379 & Frate Francesco 75 (2009), 631-646]; Ramon Llull i l’islam. L’inici del diàleg, ed. Maria-Àngels Roque, Orígens, 129 (Barcelona: La Magrana, 2008). This work also appeared in a double English-Spanish version: Ramon Llull and Islam, the beginning of dialogue/Ramon llull y el islam, el inicio del diálogo, Quaderns de la Mediterrània, 9 (Barcelona: La Magrana, 2008); Xavier Bonillo Hoyos, Literatura al ‘Llibre de meravelles‘ de Ramon Llull (Barcelona: Editorial UOC, 2008); Annemarie Mayer, ‘Charting the attributes of God: the common ground of three religions according to Ramon Llull (1232-1316)’, International journal for the study of the Christian church 9 (2009), 95-117; Alexander Fidora, ‘Das philosophische Religionsgespräch im Mittelalter: von Gilbert Crispin und Peter Abaelard zu Ramon Llull’, in: Religiöse Toleranz im Spiegel der Literatur: eine Idee und ihre ästhetische Gestaltung, ed. Alexander Fidora Bernd F.W Springer, Literatur Forschung und Wissenschaft, 18 (Münster: LIT Verlag, 2009), 71-82; Jordi Gayà Estelrich, ‘La teologia sacramentària de Ramon Llull (I): la definició de sagrament’, Studia lulliana 104 (2009), 51-69; Harvey J. Hames, ‘It takes three to tango: Ramon Llull, Solomon ibn Adret and Alfonso of Valladolid debate the Trinity’, Medieval encounters 15 (2009), 199-224; Ricardo da Costa, ‘A educação na Idade Média: a ‘Retórica Nova’ (1301) de Ramon Llull’, Notandu 11:15 (2008), 29-38; Francesc Serés, Caure amunt: Muntaner, Llull, Roig, Biblioteca Minima, 170 (Barcelona: Quadern Crema, 2008); Marta M.M. Romano, ‘Interpretazioni e commenti all’Arte di Raimondo Lullo in Italia nei secc. XIV-XV: la ‘Lectura Artis generalis’ di Joan Bolons’, Journal of Medieval Latin 18 (2008), 398-418; Jordi Gayà Estelrich, ‘La cosmologia en el ‘Ars’ de Ramon Llull’, in: Cosmogonie e cosmologie nel medioevo. Atti del convegno della Società italiana per lo studio del pensiero medievale (S.I.S.P.M.), Catania, 22-24 settembre 2006, ed. Concetto Martello, Chiara Militello i Andrea Vella, (Louvain-la Neuve: Brepols, 2008), 141-168; Charles H. Lohr, ‘Chaos nach Ramon Lull und Nikolaus von Cusa’, in: Sol et homo. Mensch und Natur in der Renaissance. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag für Eckhard Keßler, ed. Sabrina Ebbersmeyer et al. (Munich: Fink, 2008), 397-404; Anna Ayse Akasoy & Alexander Fidora, ‘Ibn Sab’in and Raymundus Lullus - The Question of the Arabic Sources of Lullus’ Logic Revisited’, in: Islamic Thought in the Middle Ages: Studies in Text, Transmission and Translation in Honour of Hans Daiber, ed. A. Akasoy & Wim Raven, Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science, 65 (Leiden: Brill, 2008), 433-458; Carles Llinà Puente, ‘Angelología en Ramon Llull’, Studia Lulliana 48 (2008), 41-68; Sara Muzzi, ‘Una riforma dell’astronomia trecento anni prima di Galileo? Il concetto di dimostrazione e la riforma dell’astrologia in Raimondo Lullo’, Aquinas 52 (2009), 429-439; Fernando Dominguez Reboiras, “Causa, finis et quies huius mundi’: el discurso cristológico de Raimundo Lulio en Messina’, in: Francescanesimo e cultura nella provincia di Messina, ed. Carolina Miccoli & Agostina Passantino, Franciscana, 27 (Palermo: Biblioteca Francescana – Officina di Studi Medievali, 2009), 95-123; Elena Pistolesi, ‘Tradizione e traduzione nel corpus lulliano’, Studia Luliana 49 (2009), 3-50; Jordi Gayà Estelrich, ‘La teologia sacramentària de Ramon Llull (I) (…)’, Studia Luliana 49 (2009), 51-69; Sebastià Trias mercant, Diccionari d’escriptores lul.listes, Col.lecció Blanquerna, 6 (Palma de Mallorca: Universitat de Barcelona – Universitat de les Illes Balears, 2009); Jordi Gayà Estelrich, ‘Raimondo Lullo’, in: Storia della mariologia, I: Dal modello biblico al modello letterario, ed. Enrico Dal Covolo & Aristide Serra (Rome; Città Nuova, 2009), 830-840; Annemarie C, Mayer, ‘Charting the attributes of God: The common ground of three religions according to Ramon Llull (1232-1316), International Journal for the Study of Christianity 9 (2009), 95-117; Rafael Ramis Barceló, ‘La historia biobibliográfica del lulismo’, Pensamiento 65 (2009), 549-557; Lola Badia, Joan Santanach & Albert Soler, ‘La llengua i la literatura de Ramon Llull: llocs comuns, malentesos i propostes’, Els Marges 87 (2009), 73-90; A. Lloroa i Arimany, Ramón Llull (Madrid: San Pablo, 2009); Jordi Gayà Esterlich, ‘Raimondo Lullo’, in: Rinnovamento della ‘via antiqua’: la creatività tra il XIII e il XIV secolo, ed. Inos Biffi & Costante Mirabelli, Figure del pensiero medievale, 5 – Di fronte e attraverso, 892 (Milan: Jaka Books & Rome: Città Nuova, 2009), 1-83; Frances Amelia Yates, Raimundo Lullo e la sua arte. Saggi di lettura, ed. Sara Muzzi, Medioevo, 18; Centro Italiano du Lullismo, 3 (Rome: Ed. Antonianum, 2009). [o.a. review in CF 79 (2009), 726-729]; Gabriella Pomaro & Simone Sari, ‘Catalogo dai menoscritti lulliani a Roma’, Studia Lulliana 50 (2010), 21-50 [esp. concerning the manuscripts which in the course of the seventeenth century entered the Irish Franciscan college of San Isidoro, Rome]; Esteve Jaulent, ‘El Ars Generalis ultima de Ramon Llull: presupuestos metafísicos y éticos’, Anales del seminario de historia de la filosofía 27 (2010), 87-113; Ricardo da Costa & Tatyana Lemos, ‘‘Com ferro, fogo e argumentação’: Cruzada, Conversão e a Teoria dos Dois Gládios na filosofia de Ramon Llull’, Mirabilia. Revista Eletrônica de História Antiga e Medieval (2010); Rubén Luzón Díaz, ‘El funcionament de la memòria al Llibre d'amic e amat, re ramon Llull’, Randa 65 (2010), 29-54; Julia Butiña Jiménez, ‘El Libre de les bèsties de Llull y el comportamiento político’, in: El pensamiento político en la Edad Media, ed. Pero Roche Arnas (Madrid, 2010), 321-332; Francesca Chimento, ‘Il Felix e la teoria politica di Raimondo Lullo: spunti di reflessione’, in: El pensamiento político en la Edad Media, ed. Pero Roche Arnas (Madrid, 2010), 391-402; Rubén Luzón Díaz, ‘El ideal de reforma sociopolítica en el Llibre d'Evast e Blaquerna, de Ramon Llull’, in: El pensamiento político en la Edad Media, ed. Pero Roche Arnas (Madrid, 2010), 507-516; Sara Muzzi, ‘Stranieri e pellegrini sulle orme di San Francesco: L'esempio di Raimondo Lullo’, in: Come stranieri e pellegrini. I francescani lungo l'itinerario del Corridoio Bizantino e della Via Amerina, ed. Andrea Czortek, Anna Gaspari, Emilio Lucci, Andrea Maiarelli, Sra Muzzi, Vincenzo Paglia, Viator, 10 (S. Maria degli Angeli-Assisi: Edizioni Porziuncola, 2010), 165-185; Emily S. Beck, ‘Porque oyéndolas les ‘crescian’ los corazones: chivalry and the power of stories in Alfonso X and Ramon Llull’, Bulletin of Spanish studies 88 (2011), 159-176; Henry Berlin, ‘Mediation, signification and exemplary narrative in Ramon Llull's ‘Libre de sancta Maria’’, Medieval encounters 17 (2011), 360-391; El saber i les llengües vernacles a l’època de Llull i Eiximenis/Knowledge and Vernacular Languages in the Age of Llull and Eiximenis, ed. Anna Alberni, Lola Badia, Lluís Cifuentes & Alexander Fidora, Estudis ICREA sobre vernacularització (Barcelona 2012); M. Ripoll Peerelló, ‘Una lectura no utòpica del romanç d’«Evast a Blanquerna»’. Studia Lulliana 52:107 (2012), 3-24; A. Fernàndez Clot, ‘Una aproximació a la «Mewdicina de Pecat» de Ramon Llull’, Studia Lulliana 52:107 (2012), 24-53; P. Evangelisti, ‘«…nos emperó fem aquest llibre artificialment…». L’«ars combinatoria lulliana» strumento dell’etica civile ne «Llibre de virtuts e de pecats»’, Studia Lulliana 52:107 (2012), 55-80; F.J. Díaz Marcilla, ‘Estudio sobre la bibliografía del lulismo de Portugal en los siglos XIV y XV’, Studia Lulliana 52:107 (2012), 81-104; L. Mastrantuono & V. Livia, ‘Il ritratto di Raimondo Lullo e i rapporti con il mondo clericale a lui contemporaneo nel «Liber disputationis Petri et Raimundi sive phantasticus»: un’interpretaziuone storico-Letteraria’, Frate Francesco 79:2 (2013), 359-372; Julián Barenstein, ‘Los escritos electorales de Ramon Llull: Una nueva teoría de la votación en la segunda mitad del s. III’, Revista española de filosofía medieval 20 (2013), 85-99; Carla Compagno, ‘Missionary Intent in Ramon Llull's Proposals at the Council of Vienne’, Mediaeval Sophia 13 (2013), 65-84; Celina Ana Lértora Mendoza, ‘Las disputas interreligiosas bajomedievales. Sus presupuestos teóricos: Ramón Llull’, Revista española de filosofía medieval 20 (2013),101-119; Celia López Alcalde, ‘La literatura proverbial de Ramon Llull’, Scintilla. Revista de Filosofia e Mística Medieval 10:1 (2013), 63-78; Rafael Ramis Barceló, ‘La fundamentación y la estructura del derecho en el Ars Brevis quae est de inventione iusris de Ramon Llull’, Scintilla. Revista de Filosofia e Mística Medieval 10:1 (2013), 79-97; Anna Serra Zamora, ‘Iconografía performativa en Ramon Llull: imÿgenes móviles y pensamiento inventivo’, Scintilla. Revista de Filosofia e Mística Medieval 10:1 (2013), 133-156; 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; José Aragüés Aldaz, ‘Ramon Llull: la invención del milagro mariano’, in: Estudios de Filología e Historia en honor del Profesor Vitalino Valcárcel, ed. Iñigo Ruîz Arzallus et al., 2 Vols. (Vitoria-Gasteiz, 2014) I, 91-109; Rosa Planas Ferrer, Ramon Llull i l'alquímia (Trento, 2014); Pamela Drost Beattie, ‘Crusading and the penitential life: James of Vitry's Crusade sermon models and Llull's De fine’, Studia lulliana 109 (2014), 33-66; Teodoro Suau Puig, Ramon Llull, somni, miracle i misteri (Barcelona, 2014); Anthony Bonner, ‘Qui té por de Ramon Llull?’, Studia lulliana 109 (2014), 87-99; Josep-Enric Rubio Albarracín, ‘Noves aportacions a l'estudi de Ramom Llull’, Scripta. Revista internacional de literatura i cultura medieval i moderna 4 (2014), 155-156; Robert D. Hughes, ‘What does Ramon Llull mean when he says "[el resclús] se maravellá com podia esser que Deus no exoya la natura humana de Jesucrist, qui pregava per son poble la natura divina", (Fèlix o Llibre de meravelles, Ch. 105, "De la oració")?’, Scripta. Revista internacional de literatura i cultura medieval i moderna 4 (2014), 157-199; Anna Fernàndez-Clot & Francesc Tous, ‘La persuasió de la lògica i la lògica de la persuasió: les proposicions en vers del Dictat de Ramon (1299) de Ramon Llull’, Scripta. Revista internacional de literatura i cultura medieval i moderna 4 (2014), 200-210; Anna Serra Zamora, ‘Mans mnemòniques en l'Ars demonstrativa de Ramon Llull’, Scripta. Revista internacional de literatura i cultura medieval i moderna 4 (2014), 247-260; Annemarie C. Mayer, ‘Ramon Llull: Engagement für eine echte Begegnung mit den Muslimen’, in: Franziskanische Impulse für die interreligiöse Begegnung, ed. Adrian Holderegger, Mariano Delgado & Anton Rotzetter, Anton (Stuttgart, 2014), 143-156 [all contributions in this volume more ideological than historical]; Caterina Valriu, ‘Legendary Aspects of Ramon Llull’, Fabula. Zeitschrift für Erzählforschung 55 (2014), 235-259; Fabricia dos Santos Giuberti, ‘A Proposal for a Universal Science in Ars Brevis (1308) by Ramon Llull’, Mirabilia. Revista Eletrônica de História Antiga e Medieval 19 (2014), 284-294; Francesc Vicens, ‘Ramon Llull i la música: l'aportació del doctor il·luminat a la literatura musical medieval’, Mot so Razo 14 (2015), 73-82; Pere Villalba i Varneda, Ramon Llull: escriptor i filòsof de l'acció (Barcelona, 2015); Fernando Domínguez Reboiras, ‘Dios, el mundo y el hombre según Ramon Llull’, Revista de lenguas y literaturas catalana, gallega y vasca 20 (2015), 245-258; Ricardo da Costa, ‘‘Como Deus É Ciente em sua Essência Divina’: a Presciência de Deus em Santo Tomás de Aquino e no Livro da Contemplação (C. 1271-1273) de Ramon Llull’, Trans - Form - Açao 38:2 (2015), 9-34; Filippo Sedda, ‘La predicazione agli infedeli tra Francesco d'Assisi e Ramon Llull’, Antonianum 90 (2015), 607-622; Francisco J. Díaz Marcilla, ‘La influencia de Ramon Llull en el entorno del Cancionero de Juan Alfonso de Baena’, Antonianum 90 (2015), 623-654; José G. Higuera Rubio, ‘Saint Louis and Llull's ‘Plan’ for the Crusade in the Western Mediterranean: modo bellandi et modo convertendi’, in: Life and Religion in the Middle Ages, ed. Flocel Sabaté Curull (Cambridge, 2015), 163-183; Alessandro Tessari, ‘Ramon Llull, vida i obres’, Antonianum 90 (2015), 655-660; Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, ‘Leriano y Llull: de amantes y caballeros’, Scripta. Revista internacional de literatura i cultura medieval i moderna 5 (2015), 1-20; Joan Santanach i Suñol, ‘Apunts sobre les posteritats de Ramon Llull’, Aiguadolç 43-44 (2015), 107-120; Joan Santanach i Suñol, ‘Ramon Llull i l'obscuritat que il·lumina. Apunts sobre l'origen i la rendibilitat literària d'un recurs exegètic’, Anuario de estudios medievales 45 (2015), 331-354; Xavier Bonillo Hoyos, ‘A catalogue of Ramon Llull’s exempla’, Magnificat 2 (2015), 55-127; Xavier Bonillo Hoyos, ‘La traducción francesa medieval del Libro de maravillas de Ramon Llull (fr. 189 de la BNF) y su relación con la tradición manuscrita catalana’, Revista de lenguas y literaturas catalana, gallega y vasca 20 (2015), 15-40; Agustí Boadas Llavat, ‘Seny y rauxa en Ramon Llull y Francesc Eiximenis’, Revista española de filosofía medieval 22 (2015), 43-52; Ramon Llull as a Vernacular Writer: Communicating a new kind of knowledge, ed. Lola badia, Joan Santanach i Suñol & Albert Soler i Llopart (Woodbridge: Boydel & Brewer, 2016); Estudius Franciscanos 117:461 (2016) [a whole theme issue devoted to Llull]; Sara Muzzi, 'Raimondo Lullo. Una personalità poliedrica per il fermento del vangelo nel mondo', in: Storia della spiritualità francescana, I: secoli XIII-XVI, ed. M. Bartoli, W. Block & A. Mastromatteo (Bologna: Edizione Dehoniane, 2017), 393-409.

See for more bibliographical references the web site: http://orbita.bib.ub.es/ramon/. See also: A. Soler & A. Bonner, ‘Pàgines web sobre Ramon Llull’, Studia Lulliana 43 (2003), 213ff. & the Regesta Imperia Webbibliography [http://opac.regesta-imperii.de/]

 

 

Raymundus Rigaldi (Raymond Rigauld)

Lector at the Toulouse Studium. Master of theology in 1287/8? Teaching at Paris ca. 1288-1292.. Provincial of Aquitania in first in 1279 and again in 1295. He would have died soon after his second election. Cf. Dedieu, ‘Les ministres’, 164-166.

manuscripts

Sermones de tempore: several mss, a.o. Venice Marc. Lat 158 (CL VI nr 51), ff. 77v-97

Sermo de S. Joh. Evang.; Sermo de Passione Christi: Graz, Universitätsbibl. 1578 ff. 59r-112v

The quodlibetal questions ascribed to a friar Raymundus in MS Todi, Biblioteca comunale 98 and assigned to Raymond Rigauld by Ferdinand Delorme might well be the work of Jacques de Quesnoy/ Jacobus de Carceto (regent in Paris ca. 1290-1292). But the issue has not yet been resolved. Sylvain Piron leaves both options open.

editions

literature

Wadding, Scriptores, 304; V. Doucet, AFH, 27 (1934), 274-280; P. Glorieux, ‘Autour de Raymond Rigauld, O.F.M. et de ses Quodlibets’, AFH 31 91938), 528-533; Schneyer, V, 45-46. For the articles of Delormes and Doucet on the quodlibetals once ascribed to Raymond, see under Jacobus de Carceto. See also: 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), 423-425.

 

 

 

Reginaldus de Maresco (Réginaud Marescot/Marescau, d. 1499)

French friar. Entered the order at the Troyes convent. Studied theology and received the licence of theology on 19 December 1465. Incepted on 26 March 1466 [MS Paris BN Lat 5657-A f. 23v. Cf. Sérent, ‘Les Frères Mineurs’, 309]. After his degree work, Reginaldus served as provincial minister of the French province for fifteen years (ca. 1482-1497). During his provincialate, he coped with conflicts between the conventuals and the observants (a.o. at the provincial chapter at Bruges, 1484, where Reginaldus countered a quaestio ‘utrum Christus et Apostoli fuerint perfecti pauperes evangelici’ with the quastio ‘Utrum Christus sit caput Ecclesiae Sanctae Dei tam militantis quam triumphantis. Cf. Schmitt, ‘La pauvrété évangélique’, 333-346). Reginaldus was one of the founders of the Passion chapel at the Troyes convent. He inaugurated this chape; in 1487. After his death on 16 March 1499, he was buried in the same chapel.

manuscripts

Quaestio Disputata per Magistrum Reginaldum de Maresco contra Positionem Praedictum: MS Colmar, Bibl. Consistoriale 18 ff. 56v-57r.

literature

François de Sessevalle, ‘Séries des Ministres et des Chapitres provinciaux de la Province de France’, Revue d’Histoire Franciscaine 3 (1926), 434-445; Ephrem Longpré, ‘La Chapelle de la Passion des Cordeliers de Troyes’, AFH 27 (1934), 328-331, 337-338; Clément Schmitt, ‘La pauvrété évangélique discutée au Chapitre Observant de Bruges (1484)’, AFH 56 (1963), 332-346; John C. Murphy, A History of the Franciscan Studium Generale at the University of Paris in the Fifteenth Century, Diss. (University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame Ind., 1965), 243

 

 

Reginaldus Lambourn (d. after 1377)

English friar. First Benedictine monk (Eynsham and St. Mary in York). Later he returned to Oxford and joined the Franciscans. He composed astrological predictions of weather and eclipses. He was associated with William Rede/Reed (c. 1315-1385) of Merton College, known for his astronomical tables.

manuscripts

Epistola de Coniunctionibus Saturni Iovis et Martis cum Prognosticatione Malorum [1367]: Oxford, Bodl. Digby 176 (14th cent.) ff. 40r-41v [maybe addressed to William Reed]

Epistola de significatione Eclipsium Lunae [1364]: Oxford, Bodl. Digby 176 (14th cent.) ff. 50r-53v [addressed to John of London]

literature

L. Thorndike, A History of Magic (...), III, 345; H.M. Carey, Courting Disaster: Astrology at the English Court and University in the Later Middle Ages (London, 1992), 69-72; Sharpe, Handlist, 457

 

 

 

Reginaldus Schöttl (fl. seventeenth cent.)

OFMRif. Bavarian friar and Scotist theologian.

editions

Novenna Scoti, seu compendiosa Ilias universae philosophiae Joannis Duns Scoti (Landshut, 1687).

Venator Scrupulosus, Sev Disputatio Theologica De Venatione (Ingolstadt: Grass, 1692). The 1692 edition is available via Google Books.

 

 

 

Richardus

?

manuscripts

Sermones de Tempore: Paris Nat Lat 3557 f 66vb, 91rb

editions

literature

Schneyer, Rep, V, 149

 

 

 

 

Richardus Angelus Mason de Sancto Francisco (Richard Mason/Richard Angelus Mason, 1599 - December 30, 1678)

Of English (or possibly Irish descent). In any case born in Wiltshire, England. Moved to the Continent and took his profession in the Franciscan order in 1629. Was ordained priest at Douai four years later. He took his degrees in the order’s English shools in exile in Douai (doctor of Divinity), and was appointed successively to the administrative offices of definitor, guardian, and visitor of the province of Brabant. He was elected provincial in 1659, and became the confessor of the female Franciscan tertiaries of Nieuport, who suffered from damp living conditions, and eventually resettled. Between 1662 and 1675, he lived in England, functioning as the domestic chaplain to Lord Arundell of Wardour. He returned to the continent to retire at the convent of Douai. Productive author.

editions

Sacrarium privilegiorum quorundam Seraphico P. S. Francisco... indultorum (Douai, 1636).

Manuale Tertii Ordinis S. Francisci (Douai, 1643). A commentary on the Rule for Tertiaries with additional meditations, directed at religious women.

The Rule of Penance of the Seraphical Father St. Francis (Douai, 1644).

Certamen Seraphicum Provinciae Angliae pro Sancta Dei Ecclesia (Douai, 1649).

Apologia pro Scoto Anglo (Douai, 1656). This argues against Colgan that Duns Scotus was English and not Irish.

Liturgical Discourse of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (s. 1., 1670). This work was dedicated to Henry, Lord Arundell of Wardour (‘Master of the Horse to our late Queen Mother Henrietta Maria’). An abbreviation was published at the request of the Bishop James Talbot by the Franciscan Pacificus Baker as the Holy Altar and Sacrifice Explained (London, 1768).

literature

E. Macpherson, ‘Mason, Richard Angelus a S. Francisco’, Catholic Encyclopedia IX, 770-771.

 

 

 

 

Richardus Brinkley (Richard Brinkel, fourteenth century, d. ca. 1379)

Logician and theologian, who joined the franciscans at Oxford and was active there in the 1350s and 1360s. He is sometimes is mistaken for Walter Brinkley. Several of Brinkley's philosophical and theological ideas were known during the late fourteenth and fifteenth centuries in Paris and Prague (also in connection, or rather direct opposition with the views of the mid-fourteenth-century Oxford philosopher Richard Billingham. Unknown whether Brinkley ever worked in Paris or Prague. We still have a synopsis of his Sentences Commentary and the major part of the text of his third question (this commentary was a Lectura, which from 1362 onwards had some impact on the works of Parisian theologians such as Guillermo Centueri of Cremona, Henry Totting of Oyta, and Jean Hiltalingen), as well as a Summa Logicae/Summa nova de logica, and his Tractatus Aureus. Other works ascribed to him, such as his Distinctiones scholasticae, his Determinationes, and a treatise on metaphysics alluded to in his Summa as a work that he intended to write, have not yet been found. As a logician, he also was used as an authority, alongside of Walter Burley and Ockham. Interestingly, Brinkley defended a version of metaphysical realism, as well as a distinctively perspectivist theory of intellectual cognition. Hence he was not in line with the dominant scholastic tencencies after Scotus and Ockham. Still, he seems to have had some influence on the logical and theological works of a number of other scholars, including Heinrich Totting of Oyta, Denys the Carthusian, Johann Hiltalingen of Basel, Jean de Ripa, Peter of Candia, Guglielmo Centueri da Cremona. Some even say that his Summa had an impact on the logical writings of Wyclif.

manuscripts

Summa Logicae: Leipzig, Universitätsbibl. 1360 (s. xiv) ff. 1r-105v; British Library, Harley 3243 (s. xiv) ff. 47r-56r [only the Insolubia/De obligationibus]; Prague, National Library/Státní knihovna CSR III A.ii (olim 396) [s. xiv] ff. 31ra-140ra. The Prague manuscript also contains the Regulae solvendi sophismata of William of Heytesbury and the Sophismata of Albert of Saxony, whereas the British Library manuscript also contains the Regulae solvendi sophismata of William of Heytesbury, logical works of Johannes Venator, Sophismata de Jean de Hollande and other Sophismata of Richard Kilvington.

Tractatus Aureus: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 378 (s. xv) ff. 34v-45v

Lectura in libros sententiarum (fragments):Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Lat. 16535, fols. 123r–129r, and Lat. 16408, fols. 40r–42r [inc: utrum per aliquam disciplinam vel scientiam...]

editions

Quaestiones [on Lombard's Sentences], ed. Z. Kaluza, AHDLM, 54 (1987), 214-252

Summa Logicae (ca. 1361), ed. G. Gál & R. Wood, `Richard Brinkley and his Summa Logicae', Franciscan Studies 40 (1980), 59-101 [extracts]; M.J. Fitzgerald, Richard Brinkley's Theory of Sequential Reference: `De Significato Propositionis' from his `Summa Nova de Logica' , Stud. u. Texte z. Geistesgeschichte des MA 18 (Leiden, 1987), 34-116 [see on this also E.J. Ashworth, Speculum, 65 (1990), 951-3]; P.V. Spade, `Opposing and Responding: a new look at positio', Medioevo, 19 (1993), 233-270 [text 259-263]; P.V. Spade & G.A. Wilson, Richard Brinkley's Obligationes. A Late Fourteenth Century Treatise on the Logic of Disputation', Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie und Theologie des Mittelalters, New Ser., 43 (Münster, 1995), 2-92; Richard Brinkley, De propositione (Summa logicae V, 1-5), ed. Laurent Cesalli, AHDLMA 71 (2004) 203-254.

Tractatus Aureus, ed. L.M. de Rijk, Studia Mediewistyczne, 16 (1975), 99-153 [120-135]

literature

G. Gál & R. Wood, `Richard Brinkley and his Summa Logicae', Franciscan Studies, 40 (1980); K. Michalski, La philosophie au xive siècle: six études, ed. Kurt Flasch (Frankfurt, 1969); Courtenay, Schools and Scholars, 333-335; V. Marcolino, AHDLM, 54 (1987); Z. Kaluza, `l'Oeuvre théologique de Richard Brinkley', AHDLMA, 56 (1989), 169-273; P.V. Spade, in: Medioevo 19 (1993), 233-270; Ashworth & Spade, History of the U. of Oxford, I, 51; Sharpe, Handlist, 461-462; LThK³ VIII 1168; Paul Vincent Spade, ‘The logic of ‘sit verum’ in Richard Brinkley and William of Ockham’, Franciscan Studies 54 (1994-1997), 227-250; R. Gaskin, ‘Russell and Richard Brinkley on the Unity of the Proposition’, History and Philosophy of Logic 18 (1997), 139-150; A. De Libera, La référence vide. Théories de la proposition (Paris, 2002), 317-335 ; L. Cesalli, ‘Some 14th Century Realist Theories of the Proposition’, in: Signification in Language and Culture, ed. H.S. Gill (Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, 2002), 83-118 (100-105); L. Cesalli, ‘Sémantique des syncatégorèmes chez Walter Burley et Richard Brinkley’, Histoire Epistémologie Langage 25:2 (2003), 115-144; Kimberly Georfedes, ‘Richard Brinkley’, 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), 559-560; Laurent Cessali, ‘“Ubi est propositio?” Richard Brinkley sur les lieux de la proposition’, in: Medieval Theories on Assertive and Non-Assertive Language. Acts of the 14th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Rome, June 11-15, 2002, ed. A. Maierù & Luisa Valente, Lessico Intellettuale Europeo, 97 (Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2004), 445-471; Laurent Cesalli, ‘Richard Brinkley O.F.M., De propositione (Summa logicae V. 1-5)’, Archives d'histoire doctrinale et littéraire du moyen âge 71 (2004), 203-254; Laurent Cesalli, Le réalisme propositionnel: sémantique et ontologie des propositions chez Jean Duns Scot, Gauthier Burley, Richard Brinkley et Jean Wyclif (Paris, 2007); Laurent Cesalli, ‘Richard Brinkley ‘contra dialecticae haereticos’ (Summa logica, II). Une conception métaphysico-logique de l’universel’, Documenti e Studi sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale 19 (2008), 277-333; Laurent Cesalli, ‘Richard Brinkley', in: Encyclopedia of medieval philosophy: philosophy between 500 and 1500 (Vol. 1-2), ed. Henrik Lagerlund (Dordrecht etc.: Kluwer, 2011), 1120-1123; Laurent Cesalli, ‘Richard Brinkley on Supposition’, in: Medieval supposition theory revisited: studies in memory of L.M. de Rijk, ed. Henk A.G. Braakhuis, William Owen Duba, Corneille Henri Kneepkens, Christopher Schabel & Egbert Peter Bos (Leiden etc.: Brill, 2013), 275-303; Laurent Cesalli, ‘Richard Brinkley on Supposition, Vivarium 51 (2013), 275-303.

 

 

 

Richardus Carew (late thirteenth cent.)

Franciscan theologian who probably worked at Oxford

manuscripts

In I.-IV Sent.: Assisi, Com. 162 (s. xiii) ff. 1r-143v [ending incomplete]; Paris, Mazarine 732 f. 225r [?]; Durham, 1391 [Scriptum Ricardi de Karrow super Primum Sententiarum]; Oxford, ?Merton College 1360 [Ricardus Carru super 4 libros Sentenciarum. See Powick, Medieval Books, no. 313check!] ; Syon D. 48 [?]

literature

Emden, O., 367; Stegmüller, Sent., no. 935a; Jean-François Genest, ‘Un ‘Doctor antiquus’ cité par Thomas de Buckingham: Richard Carew’, AFH 73 (1980), 497-513; Sharpe, Handlist, 463

 

 

 

Richardus Cenomagus (Cenomani/Richard Le Mans, d. 1552/3 in Chartres)

OFM Theologian and filologist. Studied theology in Paris. Dr. of theology in 1536. Known for his edition of Peter Lombard’s Psalm Commentary and for his defense of the Vulgate both in this work and in unpublished notes against the NT edition of Erasmus. In 1541 the general chapter made him expositor of the teachings of Scotus in the studium generale of Mantua. In 1543 back in Paris, where he became guardian in 1545. Between 1545 and 1548 he took part in the council of Trent. In 1549 provincial minister of the French province.

editions

Comm in psalmos Petri Lombardi (Paris, 1541). Reprinted in PL 191, 31-1296.

literature

LThK³ VIII, 1172; R. Sauzet, Les réguliers mendiants (Tours, 1994), 94f; A. Allgeier, ‘R. Cenomagus (…)’, Schreiber 1, 359-380.

 

 

 

Richardus de Connington (Conyngton, d. 1330)

Franciscan friar. Presented with 21 other Franciscan friars (including John Duns Scotus and Robert Cowton) to the bishop of Lincoln (John Dalderby) in 1300 to obtain permission to hear confession. This request was apparently not successful: eight friars received permission, but Richard was not one of them at that time. He was by then almost or already in the Oxford theology degree program. Prior to that he might have been studying in the lectorate program at Paris, sometime in the early 1290s. His use of the works of Henry of Ghent (who died in 1293) might point in that direction (see below). Whatever might have been the case, Richard read the Sentences pro gradu in Oxford in 1302-1303 and Graduated as magister theoligiae at Oxford in 1305 or 1306, to become regent master in the Franciscan school (ca. 1305-7). Thereafter magister regens in Cambridge, where he lectured on the Bible. Provincial minister of the English province between 1310 and 1316. As provincial minister, he took part in the council of Vienne and he became active participant in the poverty controversy. His treatise Beatus qui intelligit on poverty from this period follows the explications of Exiit qui Seminat. After John XXII's bull Ad Conditorem Canonum (1322) Richard composed a dialogue, the Responsiones ad Rationes Papales, stressing the difficulties which could rise from the papal position. Richard eventually retired to the Cambridge convent, and died there c. 1330. Aside from his poverty treatises, Richard is known as the author of 7 disputed questions and 2 quodlibets. His commentary on the Sentences and his Sermones Quadragesimales have not been found, nor his commentary on the penitential psalms (on which he would have lectured during his regency at Oxford and/or Cambridge), or his alleged defense of Pope John XXII against William of Ockham (De Christi Dominio). Although we do not have his Sentences commentary as such, it is quoted by John of Reading, William Alnwick, Robert Walsingham, William of Nottingham, Peter Thomas, and Robert Graystanes (see also Stegmüller, Sent., 717). Following his surviving quaestiones, and remarks by near contemporaries, such as the Carmelite John Baconthorpe and the commentator in Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, MS Vat. lat. 869, Conington was in his theological teachings very much inspired by Henry of Ghent, frequently in opposition to Scotus, even though Conington also defends the formal distinction.

manuscripts

In III Sent: >>Lost? Cf. Gregorianum 18 (1937), 304ff.

Quaestiones Disputatae de Intellectu/Quaestiones Ordinarie: Vat.Lat. 4871 [seven questions, ascribed to Richard de Angla. See: Etzkorn, IVF, 171-180]; Munich. Bayerische Staatsbibl. Clm 8717 (s. xiv) ff. 89v-92va [first question: Utrum prima causa sit infinita, cf. Pelster, Franziskanische Studien 17 (1930), 256]; Vat. Ottob. Lat. 1126 (s. xiv) ff. 1r-4v [3 questions].

Quodlibet: BAV Vat. Lat. 1012 (s. xiv) ff. 128r-v [quodlibet I, q. 5]; BAV Vat. Ottob. Lat. 1126 ff. 4v-16v (early fourteenth cent.) [quodlibet I; MS probably once in possession of Cambridge OFM convent. For first quaestiones compare the reference to Conington’s Quodlibet in MS Worcester Cathedral F 3 f. 257r]; Leipzig, Universitätsbibl. 470 ff. 69v-72r (s. xiv) [quodlibet I, qq. 1-22]: Turin, Bibl. Naz. Univ. K.III.6 ff. 1r-28v (s. xiv) [lost? For a full description of MS see Gregorianum 18 (1937), 292-293]; Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibl. Clm 8717 f. 80ff;

Tractatus de Paupertate Fratrum Minorum/Beatus qui intelligit:> see the edition of Heysse below.

Responsiones ad Rationes Papales/Responsiones ad Conclusiones Domini Papae [an. 1322]: Brussels, Bibl. Royale, II 1159 (s. xiv), ff. 60r-64v; Durham, Univ. Library, Cosin V.III.18 (ca. 1350) [cf. AFH 24 (1931), 341-369]

Tractatus de perfectione Evangelica contra Opiniones Petri Johannis Olivi: Florence, Laurenz. MS Santa Croce Plut. XXXVI.dext.12 (ca. 1370)

editions

Tractatus de Paupertate: Beatus Vir Qui Intelligit/Tractatus contra Opiniones Petri Johannis Olivi: ed. A. Heysse, `Fr. Richardi de Conington OFM Tractatus de Paupertate Fratrum Minorum', AFH, 23 (1930), 57-105, 340-360. Cf. D.L. Douie, AFH 24 (1931), 341-369, 25 (1932), 36-58, 210-240.

Responsiones ad Rationes Papales: ed. D.L. Douie, `Three treatises on evangelical poverty', AFH, 24 (1931), 341-369.

Quaestiones Ordinariae, ed. V. Doucet, AFH, 29 (936), 430-438 [Quaestio I]; L. Cova, `La polemica contro la distinzione formale (...)', in: Parva medievalia. Studia per M.E. Reina (Trieste, 1993), 43-86 [71-86: Quastio VI]; Wouter Gorris, Absolute Beginners. Der mittelalterliche Beitrag zu einem Ausgang vom Unbedingten. STGMA 93 (Brill: Leiden etc 2007), Appendix. This contains a new edition of Quaestio I.

Quodlibet, ed. S.F. Brown, `Sources for Ockham's Prologue to the Sentences', Franciscan Studies, 26 (1966), 36-65 [53-59: Quodl. I, 1]

literature

Wadding, Scriptores, 203; Sbaralea, Supplementum, III, 44 (?); D.L. Douie, ‘Three treatises on evangelical poverty by Fr. Richard Conyngton, Fr. Walter Chatton and an anonymous from MS V. iii. 18 in Bishop Cosin's library, Durham’, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 24 (1931), 341-369; D.L. Douie, The nature and the effect of the heresy of the Fraticelli (1932), 149, 202-204; F. Pelster, ‘Franziskanerlehre um die Wende ses 13. Und zu Anfang des 14. Jahrhunderts…’, Gregorianum 18 (1937), 291-317 (294ff); Schneyer, V, 147; V. Doucet, `L'oeuvre scolastique de Richard de Conington', Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 29 (1936), 396-442; Emden, Oxford, I, 477; Emden, Cambridge, 154-155; J.R.H. Moorman, The Grey friars in Cambridge, 1225–1538, The Birkbeck Lectures (1952), 58, 94-97,144, 165; S.F. Brown, `Richard of Conington and the Analogy of the Concept of Being', Franziskanische Studien 48 (1966), 297-307; Cl. Schmitt, `Richard de Conington', Dictionnaire de Spiritualité, 13 (1988), 561; Sharpe, Handlist, 465; Luciano Cova, 'La polemica contro la distinzione formale tra le perfezioni divine nelle Questioni disputate di Riccardo di Conington', in: Parva mediævalia: Studi per Maria Elena Reina (Trieste, 1993), 43-86; Stephen D. Dumont, 'William of Ware, Richard of Conington and the 'Collationes Oxonienses' of John Duns Scotus', in: John Duns Scotus: Metaphysics and Ethics, ed. Ludger Honnefelder, Rega Wood & Mechthild Dreyer (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 1996), 59-85; Wouter Goris, ‘Robert de Walsingham, critique de Richard de Conington Quodl. II, 6’, Arch. Hist. Doctr. Litt. M.A. 67 (2000), 269-293; William J. Courtenay, ‘Conington , Richard (d. 1330)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004, see: http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/6132); Stephen F. Brown, 'Richard of Conington (ca. 1275-1330)', Historical Dictionary of Medieval Philosophy and Theology (Lanham, Md. etc., 2007), 241-242; Wouter Gorris, Absolute Beginners. Der mittelalterliche Beitrag zu einem Ausgang vom Unbedingten. STGMA 93 (Brill: Leiden etc 2007). This study deals in depth with Richard's doctrine of God as first known and contains large sections of the Quaestiones Ordinariae and the Quodlibets in the footnotes; Robert Goczal, ‘Ryszard z Conington (Richardus de Conington)’, Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii 8 (2007), 875-876; Wouter Goris, `Between Unity and Perceptibility - Richard Conington and the Concept of Being', in: Philosophy and Theology in the Long Middle Ages: A tribute to Stephen F. Brown, ed. Kent Emery Jr., Russel L. Friedman, Andreas Speer & Maxime Mauriège, (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2011), 189-212; Marina Fedeli, 'Filius est de substantia patris: L'essenza divina come quasi materia nel pensiero di Riccardo di Conington', Franciscan Studies 75 (2017), 423-466

 

 

 

Richard de Cornubiensis (Richard de Cornouailles, fl. early thirteenth cent.)

English friar.Active in the Parisian convent and at the Oxford studium. Possibly the preacher at Paris (1230/1231) whose surviving sermon has been edited by Davy (1931). One of the masters involved with the Rule Commentary of the Four Masters.

manuscripts

Sermo: MS Paris BN Nouv. Avq. Lat. 338 f. 51v

editions

Sermo, ed. in M.M. Davy, Les sermons universitaires Parisiens de 1230-31 (Paris, 1931), 361-371. This sermon was held at the occasion of the feast of St. Nicholas (6 December), 1230.

Expositio Quatuor Magistrorum super Regulam Fratrum Minorum (1241-1242), ed. L. Oliger (Rome, 1952).

literature

M.M. Davy, Les sermons universitaires Parisiens de 1230-31 (Paris, 1931), 141-143.

 

 

Richardus de Durham (Richard of Durham/Richard of Slackburn?) (gest. ca. 1348)

Engelse minderbroeder. Auteur van het eerste deel van de Lanercost Chronicle (van 1201 tot 1297) het tweede deel (van 1297 tot 1347) is waarschijnlijk door een andere franciskaan geschreven. Hiervan is een bewerkte en sterk ingekorte copie overgeleverd als appendix van de kroniek van de augustijner kanunnik Roger of Howden (ms. British Museum, Cotton Claudius D VII). Richard schreef zijn kroniek waarschijnlijk tussen 1285 en 1297

edities:

Joseph Stevenson (ed.), Chronicon de Lanercost 1201-1346, Edinburgh 1839

vertaling:

Herbert Maxwell, The Chronicle of Lanercost 1272-1346, Glasgow 1913.

literatuur:

A.G. Little, Franciscan Papers, Lists & Documents, Manchester 1943, 25-41; A. Gransden, Historical Writing in England c. 550 to 1307, Londen 1974, 494-496; Annette Kehnel, ‘The narrative tradition of the medieval Franciscan friars on the British Isles. Introduction to the sources’, Franciscan Studies 63 (2005), 461-530 (488-489); Diana B. Tyson, 'Two Prophecies and a Talking Head - An Anglo-Norman Text in the Lanercost Chronicle', Nottingham Medieval Studies 53 (2009), 39-52; Fernando Pereira dos Santos, 'A construção da imagem de Eduardo II na Scalacronica e na Chronicle of Lanercost', Roda da Fortuna 1 (2012), 230-247.

 

 

 

Richardus de Mediavilla (Richard of Middletown/Richard of Menneville, doctor solidus/1249-1307)

English friar of noble Norman origin. Studied in Paris under William de la Mare and Matthew of Aquasparta. Held his lectures on the Sentences 1280/81. As Bacc. member of the committee that judged the works of Olivi (1283). Between 1284/7 he acted as Magister Regens in Paris. During this ‘long’ regency (mendicant masters normally passed on the chair to their successor more quickly), probably caused by the premature death of several formed bachelors, Richard disputed de quolibet once a year. He also was heavily involved in debates with Henry of Ghent, Godfrey of Fontaines and Giles of Rome. After the conclusion of his regency, Richard was for a while lector at the Naples studium generale (where he also was the ‘magister et socius’ of the young Louis of Anjou. Cf. the latter’s Processus canonizationis p. 14) Provincial minister of Francia in 1295 and after. His theological works advocate central Franciscan elements, such as the doctrine of the plurality of forms, yet he abandoned the Bonaventurian notion of special divine illumination to certify the human understanding of universal concepts. Both Richard’s Sentences commentary and his Quodlibeta enjoyed a wide circulation during the late medieval period. His quodlibeta alone have been preserved in thirty manuscripts from all over Europe, and eventually were printed in 1509 by Lazaro Soardi in Venice.

manuscrips

Collectum Indulgentiarum: Uppsala, Univ. C. 172 (ca. 1399) ff. 1v-14r

In I.-IV. Sent: a.o. Ansbach, Staatliche Bibl. lat. 39 (ca. 1475) ff. 1v-77v [Book II]; Turin, Naz. J. III. 26; Colmar, Bibl. Publ. 202 (15th cent.) [book II]; Munich, Clm 3549; Atrebat. Bibl. Publ. 63 [or 64??] (book III); Canterbury, St. Augustine's BA.604 [Book IV]; Kassel, Landesbibl. MS 2° Theol. 293 & MS 2° Theol. 313 (first half 14th cent.) [only three leaves; Sarnano, Bibl. Comunale E. 40 (4th cent.) [Book IV]; Naples, Naz. VII.D.21 ff. 1r-307v (book IV); Naples, Naz. VII.D.23 (book IV); Naples, Naz VII.E.22 ff. 18r-221v (book IV); Madrid, Bib. Nac., 25 (15th cent.) [book IV, with an alfabetical index on ff. 311v-313v. See Castro, Madrid, no. 1]; Vienna, Österr. Nationalbibl. 1412 (early 15th cent.) (book IV); Vigevano, Public Libr. 50 (book IV); Luxembourg, Publ. Libr. 9 (book IV). For more mss see Stegmüller, Sent., no. 722

Quaestiones XLV Disputatae: See Glorieux, Maîtres [check 17 mss] A.o. Naples, Naz. V.G.5 (Brancacciano) ff. 1-120; Paris, Mazarin, 732

Quodlibeta: a.o. Naples, Naz. VIII.AA.31 ff. 2-6 & V.G.5 ff. 120-166; Paris, Mazarin, 732 >>>>> etc

Ghent, Univ. Bibl. G. 14836. See also Glorieux, Maîtres, no. 324e [check!]

Quaestio de Gradu Formarum:

Quaestio de Privilegio Martini IV:

De Sacramentis: Naples, Naz. V.H.383 ff. 338r-369r

De Pluralitate Formarum: Naples Naz. VIII.E.47 ff. 303d-315d

Sermones de Tempore: Erlangen Univ. 326 f. 67va; Paris Nat Lat 3557 f. 66vb, 92vb; Erfurt St B Duodez f. 103r

Sermones de Sanctis et de Tempore: Paris Nat Lat 4947. See on Richard’s sermons also Schneyer, V, 159-160

Distinctiones: Montecassino 377-174

Tractatus Virtutum Moralium>>?

De Conceptione Immaculata Virginis Mariae & Expositio super Ave Maria>>?

Postillae in Quatuor Evangelia? Cf. Stegmüller n. 7282.

Postillae in Epistolas S. Pauli? Cf. Stegmüller n. 7283.

editions

In I-IV Sent. Edited as: Super quatuor Libros Sententiarum Petri Lombardi, IV Vols. (Brescia: M.A. Gonzaga, 1591/Reprint Minerva: Frankfurt a.M., 1963); Super quatuor Libros Sententiarum Petri Lombardi II Vols (Venice, 1507-9).

In I Sent. Prol. Q. 4, ed. L. Amorós, Ad'HDLMA, 9 (1934), 285-288

In I Sent. d. 3.a.1.q.2-3, ed. A. Daniels, in: Quellenbeitr. Und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der Gottesbeweise im dreizehnten Jahrhundert, beitr. zur Gesch. Der Philos. und Theol. des MA, 8, 1-2 (Münster, 1909), 84-88

In III Sent. d.6.a.2.q.2., ed. E. Hocedez, Quaestio de Unico Esse in Christo a Doctoribus Saeculi XIII Disputatae, Textus et Documenta, Series Theologica, 14 (Rome, 1933), 58-62

Quodlibeta, edited as: Authorati theologi Ricardi de Media Villa Minoritane familie ornamenti Tria recognita reconcinnataque Quodlibeta (Venice: per Lazarum Soardum, 1509). Another edition of these quodlibeta appeared as: Quodlibeta Doctoris eximij Ricardi de Mediavilla Ordinis Minorum, quaestiones octuaginta continentia (Brescia: apud Vincentium Sabbium, 1591/Reprint Frankfurt am Main, 1963). The 1591 brescia edition is available on Google Books. See also Lydwine Scordia, ‘Transcription et traduction d’une question quodlibétique (1286) de Richard de Mediavilla sur la taxation des clercs par les pouvoirs civils’, Etudes Franciscaines 2 (2009), 21-51.

Quodlibet I, q. 3, ed. E. Hocedez, in: Quaestio de Unico Esse in Christo a Doctoribus Saeculi XIII, Textus et Documenta, Series theologica, 14 (Rome, 1933), 39-43.

Quaestio de Gradu Formarum, ed. R. Zavalloni, in: Richard de Mediavilla et la controverse sur la pluralité des formes, Textes inédits et études critiques, Philosophes Médiévaux, 2 (Louvain, 1951), 35-169

Quaestio de Unitate Formae, ed. R. Zavalloni, in: Richard de Mediavilla et la controverse sur la pluralité des formes, Textes inédits et études critiques, Philosophes Médiévaux, 2 (Louvain, 1951), 173-180.

Quaestiones Disputatae de Deo, de Angelis et de Homine (45 questions). Not all of these have apparently been edited. I have come across a few partial editions:

Quaestio Disputata I: Utrum Deus sit Summe Simplex, edited in: Leonardo Sileo, De rerum ideis. Dio e le cose nel dibattito universitario del Tredicesimo secolo, I. Editio textuum Odonis Rigaldi et aliorum, Saperi testi contesti, 1 (Città del Vaticano: Urbaniana University Press, 2011) [cf. review in CF 82 (2012), 414-416].

Quaestio Disputata utrum voluntas angeli possit movere seipsum, ed. O. Lottin, Psychologie et morale aux XIIe et XIIIe siècles, I (Gembloux, Abbaye du Mont César, 1942), 296-298

Questions disputées, Introduction générale; 1. Questions 1-8 , Le premier principe, l'individuation, ed. Alain Boureau (Paris, 2012).

Quaestiones Disputatae q. 13, in: De Humanae Cognitionis Ratione Anecdota Quaedam Seraphici Doctoris Sancti Bonaventurae et Nonnullorum ipsius Disciplinorum (Quaracchi, 1883), 221-248.

Quaestio Disputata 38, a. 1-5, ed. S. Vanni Rovighi, in: L'immortalità dell'anima nei Maestri Francescani del secolo XIII, Pubblicazioni dell'Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 23 (Milan, 1936), 349-370.

Quaestio de Privilegio Martini Papae IV, edited as: Fr. Richardi de Mediavilla Quaestio Disputata de Privilegio Martini Papa IV nunc primum edita, ed. F.M. Delorme (Quaracchi, 1925), 1-78.

Sermones de Tempore, ed. E. Hocedez, Richard de Middleton, Sa vie (...), 490-509 [three sermons]/W. Lampen, `Le sermon de Richard de Mediavilla sur l'ascension du Seigneur', La France Franciscaine 8 (1925), 297-307.

Sermones in Festo S. Catharinae; In Die Purificationis; De Passione, ed. E. Hocedez, in: Richard de Middleton. Sa vie, ses oeuvres, sa doctrine, Appendix X, Spicilegium Sacrum Lovaniense, Études et documents fasc. 7 (Louvain-Paris, 1925), 490-509

literature

Wadding, Scriptores, 204; Sbaralea, Suppl., III, 47; Edgard Hocedez, ‘Les ‘Quaestiones disputatae’ de Richard de Middleton’, Recherches de science religieuse 6 (Année 1916), 493-513; E. Hocedez, Richard de Middleton, sa vie, ses oeuvres, sa doctrine, Spicilegium Lovaniense, 7 (Louvain, 1925); Zawart, 301; Schneyer, V, 159-160; F. Pelster, ‘Die Herkunft des Richard von Mediavilla’, Philosophisches Jahrbuch 39 (1926), 172-178; W. Lampen, ‘Utrum Richardus de Mediavilla fuerit S. Ludovici Tolosani magister’, AFH 19 (1926), 113-1165; W. Lampen, ‘De fama fr. Richardi de Mediavilla apud Fratres Praedicatores’, AFH 21 (1928), 415-418; W. Lampen, ‘De quibusdam fr. Richardi de Mediavilla manuscriptis deperditis’, AFH 21 (1928), 412-415; W. Lampen, ‘De Richardo de Mediavilla O.F.M., socio S. Ludovico Tolosani’, AFH 23 (1930), 246-248; P. Glorieux, ‘Richard de Mediavilla. Sa patrie, ses dernières années’, La France Franciscaine 19 (1936), 97-113; W. Lampen, ‘Liste alphabétique des manuscrits de Richard de Mediavilla’, La France Franciscaine 20 (1937), 73-75; F. Pelster, ‘Das Heimatland des Richard von Mediavilla’, Scholastik 13 (1938), 399-406; W. Lampen, ‘De manuscriptis Richardi de Mediavilla’, Antonianum 16 (1941), 45-52; R. Zavalloni, Richard de Mediavilla et la controverse sur la pluralité des formes. Textes inédits et études critiques (Louvain, 1951); J. Beumer, ‘Die Theologiebegriff des Richard von Mediavilla O.F.M.’, Franziskanische Studien 40 (1958), 20-29; Z. Wlodek, ‘Au sujet des recherches sur la chronologie des oeuvres de Richard de Mediavilla’, Medievalia Philosophia Polonorum 13 (1959), 3-6; Michael Schmaus, ‘Aus der Bewegungslehre des Richard von Mediavilla’, in: Parusia. Studien zur Philosophie Platons und zur Problemgeschichte des Platonismus. Festschrift Hirschberger, ed. Kurt Flasch (Frankfurt a.M., 1965), 393-406; M. Schmaus, ‘Die theologische Methode des Richard von Mediavilla’, Franziskanische Studien 48 (1966), 254-265; Cenci, Napoli, II, 1106; Pierre-Marie Gy, Le précepte de la confession annuelle (Latran IV, C. 21) et la détection des hérétiques’, Revue des sciences philosophiques et théologiques 58 (1974), 444-450; LMA, VII, 823; LThK³ VIII, 1173; Sharpe, Handlist, 493-494; J.F. Dedek, ‘Intrinsically Evil Acts: The Emergence of a Doctrine’, Recherches de Théologie Ancienne et Médiévale 50 (1983), 191-225; D. Burr, Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought (Philadelphia, 1984), passim; L. Cova, ‘Originale peccatum’ e ‘concupiscentia’ in Riccardo di Mediavilla. Vizio ereditario e sessualità nell’antropologia teologica del XIII secolo (Rome, 1984); E. Grant, ‘Medieval and Renaissance Scholastic Conceptions of the Influence of the Celestial Region on the Terrestial’, Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 17 (1987), 1-23; Peter van Veldhuijsen, ‘Richard of Middletown contra Thomas Aquinas on the Question whether the Created World Could Have Been Eternally Produced by God’, in: The Eternity of the World in the Thought of Thomas Aquinas and His Contemparies, ed, J.B.M. Wissink (Leiden, 1990), 69-81; H. Anzulewicz, ‘Um den Kodex Ms. Lat. 456 der Staatsbibliothek Preußischer Kulturbesitz zu Berlin: I: Richard von Mediavilla’, Franziskanische Studien 74 (1992), 19-43; H. Anzulewicz, ‘Eine weitere Üeberlieferung der Collectio Errorum in Anglia et Parisius condemnatorum im Ms. Lat. 456 der Staatsbibliothek Preußischer Kulturbesitz zu Berlin’, Franziskanische Studien 74 (1992), 375-399; Gordon Wilson, `Henry of Ghent's `Quodlibet VII' as a source for Richard of Mediavilla's Quaestio Privilegii Papae Martini', Franciscan Studies 53 (1993), 97-120; J. Söder, Kontingenz und Wissen (Munich, 1998); Lydwine Scordia, ‘Les sources du chapitre sur l’impôt dans le ‘Somnium Viridarii’’, Romania 117 (1999), 115-142; Giacomo Todeschini, ‘Carità e profitto nella dottrina economica francescana da Bonaventura all’Olivi’, Franciscan Studies 60 (2002), 325-339 [also deals with Richard of Middleton]; Roberto Plevano, ‘Richardus de Mediabilla (Richard of Middleton, Richard of Menneville) (c. 1249-c. 1307)’, in: The rise of the medieval world, 500-1300. A biographical dictionary, ed. Jana K. Schulman, The great cultural eras of the Western world (Westport Conn., 2002), 369-371; Richard Cross, ‘Richard of Middleton’, 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), 573-578; 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. 417-420); Sylvain Piron, ‘Richard of Mediavilla’, in: Encyclopedia of British Philosophy, ed. A. Grayling, A. Pyle & N. Goulder (Thoemmes: Continuum, 2006) (a.o. providing evidence for choosing ‘Richard de Menneville’ as the proper name of our friar); Martyna Koszalo, ‘Ryszard z Mediavilla (Ricardus, Richardus de Mediavilla, Ryszard z Middleton, Ryszard z Menneville)’, Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii VIII (2007), 877-880; Pasquale Porro, ‘Riccardo di Mediavilla e Enrico di Gand sulla ‘plenitudo potestatis’ del papa’, in: I Francescani e la politica. Atti del Convegno internazionale di studio, Palermo 3-7 Dicembre 2002, Tomi I-II, ed. Alessandro Musco (Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali 2007), 835-847; Federica Caldera,Origine e compimento dal sapere umano: vero e bene in Riccardi da Mediavilla, PhD Diss. (Pavia: Università di Pavia, 2008); Lydwine Scordia, ‘Transcription et traduction d’une question quodlibétique (1286) de Richard de Mediavilla sur la taxation des clercs par les pouvoirs civils’, Etudes Franciscaines 2 (2009), 21-51; Federica Caldera, “Imago’ e ‘Verbum mentis’. La fenomenologia dell’atto intellettivo un Riccardi di Mediavilla’, in: Immaginario e immaginazione nel medioevo. Atti del convegno della Società italiana per lo studio del Pensiero medievale. Milan, 25-27 settembre 2008, ed. Maria Bettetini & Francesco Paparella, Textes et études du Moyen Age, 51 (Louvain-la-Neuve: FIDEM – Turnhout: Brepols, 2009), 237-251; Alain Boureau, ‘Une jubilation anticipée?: un sermon de Richard de Mediavilla, source possible du jubilé de 1300‘, Rivista di storia della chiesa in Italia 64 (2010), 93-100; Alain Boureau, ‘Un débat sur l'inné et l'acquis dans l'intellect des anges. La question disputée 12 de Richard de Mediavilla‘, Archives d'histoire doctrinale et littéraire du moyen âge 77 (2010), 157-193; Antonia Fitzpatrick, ‘Richard de Mediavilla on the Resurrection of the Body‘, Studi francescani 107 (2010), 89-124; Alain Boureau, ‘Une parole destructrice: la diffamation. Richard de Mediavilla et le droit individuel au péché‘, in: Un Moyen Age pour aujourd'hui: Mélanges Claude Gauvard (PUF, 2010), 306-314; Federica Caldera, ‘Intelligere verum creatum in veritate aeterna: la théorie de l'illumination chez Richard de Mediavilla et Pierre de Jean Olivi‘, in: Pierre de Jean Olivi, philosophe et théologien, ed. Catherine König-Pralong, Olivier Ribordy & Tiziana Suarez Nani (Berlin, 2010), 229-252; Alain Boureau, L'inconnu dans la maison: Richard de Mediavilla, les franciscains et la Vierge Marie à la fin du XIIIe siècle (Paris, 2010); Lydwine Scordia, ‘Justification et condamnation de l'impôt sur les clercs. L'exemple d'une question quodlibétique soutenue par le franciscain Richard de Mediavilla en 1286‘,in: El dinero de Dios. Iglesia y fiscalidad en el Occidente Medieval, siglos XIII-XV, ed. Denis Menjot & Manuel Sánchez Martínez (Madrid, 2011), 11-32; Alain Boureau, ‘Richard de Mediavilla fut-il aussi un exégète?: seconde partie: les enjeux de l'exégèse de Mediavilla‘, Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie 58 (2011), 404-436; Alain Boureau, ‘Richard de Mediavilla en mathématicien. L’angle de contingence dans les Questions disputés (1292-1300)’, in: I francescani e le scienze. Atti del XXXIX Convegno internazionale di studio. Assisi, 6-8 ottobre 2011, Convegni S.I.S.F, XXXIX, n.s. 22 (Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull'Alto Medioevo, 2012), 353-367 [cf. review in Il Santo 53:3 (2013), 490-495]; Alain Boureau, ‘Enseignement et débat dans les ordres mendiants du XIIIe siècle: Le cas des Quodlibeta de Richard de Mediavilla‘, 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., William J. Courtenay & Stephen M. Metzger (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), 261-276; 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 (431-434); Guy Goldentops, ‘Note sur Richard de Mediavilla‘, Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales 80 (2013), 501-519.

 

 

 

 

Richardus de Mans (Richard du Mans, d. 1553)

Friar from the Chartres friary. Studied in Paris. Studied theology as well as Greek and Hebrew. Obtained the doctorate in theology in 1536. In 1540, the theology faculty approved the publication of two of his works, namely his Antidotum contra Erasmi censuram in regulam Divi Augustini (Paris, 1541) and his edition of Peter Lombard’s commentaries on the Psalms. In 1541, the Franciscan general chapter appointed him to the post as regent in the new studium generale of Mantua, charged with teaching Scotism. In 1543, he was back in Paris and he subscribed to the articles of faith drawn up by the theology faculty. In 1545 he had become guardian of the Grand Couvent and in that same year he traveled to Trent, to participate in the council between December 1545 and September 1548. There he defended the authority of the Vulgate and he took an active stance in the debates on justification and the sacraements, on the Mass, purgatory and on indulgences. Le Mans collaborated with another participant of the council, Guillaume Sirleto, to establish the canon of Scripture, and Richard Le Mans would also have written the Pro apologia ecclesiasticae editionis sive Vulgata utriusque Testamenti (according to H. Höpfl, 1908, 13).

literature

H. Höpfl, Kardinal Wilhem Sirlets Annotationem zum Neuen Testament (Fribourg, 1908), 13; A. Beguet, AFH 3 (1910), 318; Farge, Biographical Register no. 159; Robert Sauzet, Mendiants et réformes. Les réguliers mendiants acteurs du changement religieux dans le royaume de France (1480-1560) (Tours: Publications de l’Université de Tours, 1994), 94-95.

 

 

 

 

Richardus de Reims (d. ca. 1270)

manuscripts

Sermones de T & de S:

literature

Fabricius, VI, 83; Wadding, Script.; Zawart, 300

 

 

 

Richardus Erfurdensis (>>>>)

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literature/editions

L. Hödl, ‘Richard von Erfurt OFM als Verfasser der ‘franziskanischen’ Redaktion des Kommentars zum 4. Sentenzenbuch des Heinrich von Friemar d.J. OESA’, Münchener Theologische Zeitschrift 8 (1957), 138-139.

 

 

 

Richardus Ledrede (Ledredge, Lederede, 1275-1361?)

Franciscan friar from Surrey, who made a career in the Irish province. Spent some time in the London convent, before he, in all probability, embarked on (non-degree) studies at the Franciscan studium generale in Avignon, where he came under the attention of John XXII. Eventually he was ordained bishop of Ossory in Ireland (1317), where he proved himself a loyal servant of the English King Edward II. One of his first acts was to hold a synod to overcome the resentment of Irish and Anglo-Irish alike. The ordinances published afterwards prohibit concubinage, they condemn the farming out of benefices to laymen, the violation of sanctuary, and the celebration of clandestine marriages. During his long episcopate, he run into a range of conflicts, predominantly with Anglo-Irish settlers. Besides, he became entangled with the succession struggles surrounding the English crown, which cost him the favour of the new King Edward III. This forced Richrd to spent a range of years on the continent and in England, away from his Irish diocese (between 1329 and 1349). Aside from his troubles with the Anglo-Irish, and his conflict with Edward III, Richard Ledrede is predominantly known for his zeal in persecuting alleged heretics. In this, he probably was following directives of the Avignon papacy. He probably also was more than keen to persecute as heretics some opponents of his episcopal politics. Most infamous is his role (during the early years of his episcopate) in the witchcraft persecution of Dame Alice Kyteler and her acquaintances. Alice herself, a wealthy Kilkenny woman, whose affluence had caused accusations of obtaining wealth with the help of the dark arts, was able to escape to England. But at least one other person belonging to this alledgedly `diabolical nest of heretics (to use Ledrede's own words), namely Alice's servant Petronella de Midia (Petronilla of Meath), after having confessed under torture, was burned at the stake in Kilkenny on November 3, 1324. According to John Clyn, this was the first execution for heresy in Ireland. Another Franciscan bishop, Roger Cradock, bishop of Waterford (1350-61) brough several Irish people to trial in Killaloe (where he did not have official jurisdiction). These people were burned in 1355. Richard continued his `inquisitional' activities throughout the active years of his episcopate. This brought him several enemies inside and outside his diocese (as can be seen from 1351 accusations that Ledrede was trumping up charges of heresy against simple people in order to extort money from them). Next to his rather ruthless dealings, Richard is foremost known for his Latin religious songs (to be sung on popular melodies, as can be deducted from the clichés or timbres that furnish twelve of Richard’s compositions, and indicate which melodies of popular secular songs should be used), to be performed during special feast days, and providing both laudatory as well as explicit categetical messages for the clerics in his service. With his Latin poetry, which have survived in the so-called ‘Red Book of Ossory’, Richard stood in a ‘Franciscan’ tradition (witness the Latin poetry of Grosseteste and Pecham, the English poetry of William Herebert and the French poetry of Nicholas Bozon, but also the wider Franciscan tradition alluded to by Salimbene, when he mentions how friar Henry of Pisa composed the Latin hymn Christe deus Christe meus, Christe rex et domine, after hearing a maidservant singing in the Pisan church a vernacular song (E s’tu no cure de me, E non curaro de te. Cf. Salimbene, Cronica, ed. Holder-Egger, 181-182). The editor Edmund Colledge suggests that Ledrede’s poems betray a religious sentimentality akin to that found in the Meditationes Vitae Christi and comparable works of Franciscan origin. Many of Ledrede’s hymns also contain direct or indirect references to hymns and antiphons found in the Franciscan breviary or other liturgical books.

manuscripts

The Red Book of Ossory (c. 1360): Kilkenny, Episcopal Library. On ff. 6-10 we find Ledrede’s synodal decrees, and on ff. 70r-77r are found his Latin poems, some of which follow the melodies of vernacular songs (cf. numbers 8, 11, 17, 18, 19, 22, 24, 28, 30, 34, 40, and 41). Thirteen songs deal with Christmas (numbers 1 to 5, 10, 41, 47-49, 56-58), ten are for the Epiphany (numbers 8, 11, 13, 15, 33, 35, 38, 39, 51, 59), and ten for Easter (numbers 19 to 28). The titles of the poems are: (1, f. 70a) Cantilena de nativitate domini (Verbo caro factum est); (2, f. 70a) Alia cantilena de eodem festo (Natus est de virgine); (3, f. 70b) De eodem Festo (Vale mater Christi, virgo regia, in te mea spes); (4, f. 70b) De eodem Festo (Nato Marie filio); (5, f. 70c) Lingua manu opere; (6, f. 70c) Fons salutis nostre plene; (7, f. 70d) En christi fit memoria; (8, f. 70d) have mercy of me frere-Laus Christo regi nato; (9, f. 70d) Da da nobis nunc; (10, f. 71a) De radice virginis; (11, f. 71a) Mayde yn the moore lay-peperit virgo, virgo regia; (12, f. 71a-b) Christi parentele-laus domini; (13, f. 71b) Jubila rutila mater ecclesia; (14, f. 71b) Vale virgo christifera; (115, f. 71c) Cum Christus nascitur de matre virgine; (16, f. 71c) Amoris vinculo nos dei filius attraxit dulciter; (17 f. 71c-d) Alas hou sholdy synge-Succure mater Christi; (18, f. 71d) Harrow ieo su trahy Par fol amour de mal amy-Jhesu lux vera seculi; (19, f. 71d-72a) Have mercie on me frere barfote that ygo-Jam Christo moriente luxit ecclesia; (20, f. 72a) Resurexit dominus; (21, f. 72a-b) Dire mortis datus pene; (22, f. 72b) Do do nightyngale synges ful myrie-Dies ista gaudij; (23, f. 72b-c) En christi fit memoria, Plangentis Christi wlnera; (24, f. 72c-d) Have god day my lemmon et cetera-Resurgenti cum gloria gaudeat ecclesia; (25, f. 72d) Assunt festa paschalia gaudet mater ecclesia; (26, f 72d-73a) Resurexit a mortuis; (27, f. 73a) Dies venit dies tua; (28, f. 73b) Have merci of me frere-Maria noli flere sepulcro domini; (29, f. 73b) Languenti morbo funeris; (30, f. 73c) Gayneth me no garlond of greene bot hit ben of wythoues ywroght-Verum est quod legi satis plene codice sacro volumine; (31, f. 73c) Parens partum peperisti Jhesum dei filium; (32, f. 73c-d) Luca qua letatur mater ecclesia; (33, f. 73d) Rutilat ecclesia jubilat in mente; (34, f. 74a) Do do nyetyngale synges wel mury-Regem adoremus superne curie; (35, f. 74a-b) Gaude virgo mater christi; (36, f.74b) Christe redemptor omnium; (37, f. 74b-c) Miserans miserans parce redemptis; (38, f. 74c) Jhesu lux vera mencium; (39, f. 74c-d) Novum lumen apparuit; (40, f. 74d) Heu alas paramour-Vale mater virgo pura; (41, f. 74d-75a) Hey how the chavaldoures woke al nyght-En parit virgo regia en parit virgo regia; (42, f. 75a) Jhesu bone Jhesu pie; (43, f. 75a-b) Summe deus clemencie; (44, f. 75b) Scandenti supra sidera; (45, f. 75-b-c) O deus sancte spiritus; (46, f. 75c) Spiritus sanctus gracia in quo clarescunt omnia; (47, f. 75d) Canite canite wltu iocundo; (48, f. 75d) De solo rutilo sol alter oritur; (49, f. 76a) Verbum virgineum in venter properat; (50, f. 76a) Verbum virgineum inpregnans uterum; (51, f. 76b) Magi repatriant post data munera; (52, f. 76a-b) Maria decoquit panem salvificum; (53, f. 76b-c) Stupens intueor ventrem christifere; (54, f. 76d) O dei genitrix cui nulla similis; (55, f. 76d) Consendit Salamon ventrale ferculum; (56, f. 76d-77a) Maria virgo genuit manentem supra sidera; (57, f. 77a) Laudet cor deo deditum divinum natalicium; (58, f. 77a) O verbum dei filius deus origine; (59, f. 77a-b) Caritate nimia letemur hodie nos deo diligente; (60, f. 77b) Videbitis qualis et quantis Error in illecebris mundi sit.

editions

R.L. Green (ed.), The Lyrics of the Red Book of Ossory (Oxford, 1974); Edmund Colledge (ed.), The latin Poems of Richard Ledrede, O.F.M. Bishop of Ossory, 1317-1360, PIMS Studies and Texts 30 (Assen: Van Gorcum, 1974); T. Stemmler (ed.), The Latin Hymns of Richard Ledrede (Mannheim, 1975)

Ledrede’s synodal decrees are edited by David Wilkins, in: Concilia (London, 1737) II, 501-506 & by Aubrey Osborn Gwynn, in Idem, ‘Provincial and Diocesan Decrees of the Diocese of Dublin during the Anglo-Norman Period’, Archivum Hibernicum 11 (1944), 31-117 (on pp. 58-71).

Attributed: Proceedings against Dame Alice Kyteler (1324), ed. T. Wright, Camden Society Publications 24 (London, 1843).

literature

Thomas L. Wright, A Contemporary Narrative of The Proceedings Against Dame Alice Kyteler: Prosecuted for Sorcery in 1324, by Richard de Ledrede, Bishop of Ossory, (New York, NY: 1843); Katherine Mary Lanigan, ‘Richard de Ledrede’, The Old Kilkenny Review. Journal of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society 15 (1963), 23-29; A.G. Rigg, `The Red Book of Ossory’, Medium Aevum, 46 (1977), 269-278 (commentary and comparison of the editions); Cotter, The Friars Minor in Ireland; Cohn, Europe's Inner Demons, 198-205; Anne Neary, `The Origins and Character of the Kilkenny Witch-Craft Case of 1324’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Sec. C, 83, n. 13 (1983), 330-50; Margaret Phelan, `Richard de Ledrede, John Clyn, James Grace, David Rothe - the earliest chroniclers of Kilkenny’, in: Kilkenny. History and Society. Interdisciplinary Essays on the History of an Irish County, ed. William Nolan & Kevin Whelan (Dublin, 1990), 97-106, 649-650; James Brennan, ‘Richard Ledrede, bishop of Ossory - towards a new assessment’, Old Kilkenny Review 50 (1998), 10-19; Brennan, ‘Richard Ledrede, Bishop of Ossory - Towards a New Assessment’, in: Kilkenny Through The Centuries: Chapters in the History of an Irish City, ed. John Bradley & Michael O'Dwyer (Kilkenny, 2009), 72-80.

 

 

 

Richard Leomynstre (Lemystre, Lemestre, fl. mid-fourteenth century)

English friar and protégé of the Black Prince (who he had accompanied in the Gascogne campaigns of 1355-1357. In 1358, the Black prince accorded him a yearly pension of 20 Pounds). Richard Studied in Oxford and was permitted to incept without having to reign in theology (notwithstanding complaints from the university). In his place John Nutone’s regency was extended (to two years: 1356-1357).

manuscripts/editions

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literature

Munimenta Academica or Documents Illustrative of Academical Life and Studies at Oxford, ed. H. Anstey (London, 1868), 207-208; Register of Edward the Black Prince,IV (London, 1933), 167, 228, 283-84, 295, 352.Emden, Oxford II, 1132: DHGE XXXI, 534.

 

 

 

 

Richardus Middleton (1249-1308) >> Richard of Mediavilla!

manuscripts

 

 

 

Richardus Rufus Cornubiensis (Richard Rufus of Cornwall, 1212-after 1259)

English Franciscan friar, possibly from south-west England. Studied liberal arts in Paris before he Entered the order in 1238. After his profession he studied theology at Oxford (1250-53) and subsequently, after his inception there, he continued his studies at Paris (1253-56). Lector and master at Oxford after 1256 (fifth lecturer of the Oxford friary, as the successor of Thomas of York, who had left for Cambridge). After his death, he was eavily attacked by Roger Bacon for the philosophical errors in his Sentences lectures and in his disputed questions.

manuscripts

Sermones de Sanctis: Paris Nat Lat Nouv Acq. 338 f. 51v (ed. Davy, 362-71)

? Sermo: Cambridge Pembroke 87 f. 217v

In Sent. I-III (1250-53) [=Lectura Oxoniensis; see: Stegmüller, RS n. 723 (?); Doucet AFH, 47 (954), 161; Raedts, 20-39; Wood, Franciscan Studies, 52 (1992-96), 258-262; A.G. Little, 'The Franciscan School at Oxford', in: Franciscan Papers, Lists, and Documents. 69]: British Library, Royal 8 C.iv (ca. 1300), ff. 88r-96v [fragments book II, qq. 1-8; Oxford, Balliol 62 (13th cent.) [Books I-III]. This Commentary stemms from Richard's Oxford teaching period.

Abbreviatio Comm. in I.-IV. Sent. Bonaventurae [1253-1255, = Lectura Parisiensis]: Assisi, Bibl. Comunale/Sacro Convento 176 (14th cent.); Berlin, Staatsbibl. PK MS Theol. Qu. 48 ff. 87v-178v [Books I & II, 1-13]; Vat. Lat. 12293 [Books I & II] This goes back to Richard's teaching period at the Parisian studium and amounts to an abbreviation and critical assessment of Bonaventure's commentary on the Sentences, which he probably introduced to his students in Oxford after 1256.

Quaestio disputata: Assisi, Sacro Convento, MS 138 (used and annotated by Bonaventure).

De speciebus intelligibilibus (1240-1245):

De intellectu divino (1234):

De rationibus seminalibus (1234-1235):

De mutatione (1238):

De materia in angelis (1245-1250):

attributed: Abstractiones (written by a certain Ricardus Sophista in England before 1250): Vat. Lat., 4538 (13th cent.) ff. 1r-102v; Erfurt, Wissenschaftl. Bibl. der Stadt, Amplon. Q. 290 (13th cent.) ff. 1r-40v; Oxford, Bodl. Lat. Misc. c. 71 (13th cent.) f. 1 [fragment]; Oxford, New College, 285 (13th cent.) ff. 194r-241v; Oxford, Bodleian MS Digby 24, fol. 90r;[?] Prague, Metropol. Chapter Library M. 80 (first half 14th cent.) ff. 1r-32v

attributed: Comm. super Physicam Aristotelis (1236): Erfurt, Wissenchaftl. Bibl. der Stadt, Amplon. Q. 312 ff. 1r-14r [see: R. Wood, Franciscan Studies, 44 (1984), 278-83]

attributed: Memoriale quaestionum in Metaphysicam Aristotelis (1235):

attributed: Dissertatio in Metaphysicam Aristotelis (1237-1238):

attrributed: Comm. in Analyticam Posterioram (1235-36): Erfurt, Wissenchaftl. Bibl. der Stadt, Amplon. Q. 312 ff. 29v-32v.

In Generatione et corruptione Aristotelis (1237):

De Deo (1240-1245: An sit Deus; De unitate Dei; De aeternitate Dei):

Miserabilis est Humana Conditio (1245-1250): Assisi, Bibl. Comun. 138 (13th cent.) ff. 277v-285r [See Raedts, 68-69]

Contra Averroem (1236-1237):

attributed: Quaestiones de Ideis: Erfurt, Wissenchaftl. Bibl. der Stadt, Amplon. Q. 312 ff. 81v-85v; Prague, Metropolit. Chapter Library M. 80 (14th cent.)

Quaestiones Disputatae: a.o. Toulouse, Bibl. Munic. 737 (ca. 1250) ff. 158r-v

attributed: Quaestio de Causa Individuationis: Erfurt, Wissenchaftl. Bibl. der Stadt, Amplon. Q. 312 ff. 85r-86r

attributed: Speculum Animae (1245): Erfurt, Wissenchaftl. Bibl. der Stadt, Amplon. Q. 312 ff. 107v-110r [See Wood, `Richard Rufus' Speculum animae ...', as well as the article and edition of the text by Matthew Etchemendy and Rega Wood mentioned below]

Spurious: Que sit Materia Divinarum Scripturarum: Oxford, Bodley 681 (SC 2598) pt. 3 (13th cent, Norwich), pp. 149-184

For more and more correct information, see the website of Rega Wood: http://rrp.stanford.edu/rega.shtml, also known as the Richard Rufus of Cornwal Project

editions

Abbreviatio Comm. in I.-IV. Sent. Bonaventurae, ed. [of fragments] by R. Schenk, `Convenant initiation (...)', in: Ordo Sapientiae et Amoris. Image et message de St. Thomas Aquin. Hommage au Professeur J.-P. Torrell OP (Fribourg, 1993), 590-593. [See Raedts, 40-63]

Comm. super Metaphysicam Aristotelis, ed. [of extracts] by T.B. Noone, `Richard Rufus on Creation (...)', Documenti e studi sulla tradizione della filosofia medievale, 4 (1993), 1-23 [18-23]. See also Noone, Franciscan Studies, 49 (1989), 55-91 [on the authorship of the metaphysica commentary]

In I.-III Sent. Fragments have been edited. See: G. Gál, Franciscan Studies, 35 (1975), 136-193 [I, d. 2]; G. Gál, Franz. Stud., 38 (1956), 177-202 [II, d. 17]; D.A. Callus, Revue néo-scolastique de philosophie, 42 (1940), 411-445 [III, d. 22]; F. Pelster, RThAM, 16 (1949), 259-280; In 2 Sent. 13.1, edited by R.James Long & Timothy B. Noone, in: Fishacre and Rufus on the metaphysics of light. Two unedited texts, Appendix B’, in: Roma, Magistra Mundi II, 517-548.

Quaestiones Disputatae, ed. [one question, from the Toulouse ms] by R. Plevano, Medioevo, 19 (1993), 167-232 [222-226]

Sermo de S., ed. M.-M. Davy, Les sermons universitaires parisiens de 1230-1231, Études de philosophie médiévale, 15 (Paris, 1931), 362-371

Richard Rufus of Cornwall In Physicam Aristotelis, ed. Rega Wood, Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi, XVI (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2003). Cf. review by David Flood in Franciscan Studies 63 (2005), 531-533.

Richard Rufus of Cornwall In Aristotelis De Generatione et Corruptione, ed. Neil Lewis & Rega Woodm Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi, 21 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011). Cf. review by David Flood in Franciscan Studies 69 (2011), 512-513.

Speculum animae, ed. Matthew Etchemendy & Rega Wood, Franciscan Studies 69 (2012), 53-140.

literature

Wadding, Scriptores, 208; Sbaralea, Suppl., III, 663 (?); Schneyer, V, 149-150; F. Pelster, in Scholastik 1 (1926), 50-80, 4 (1929), 410-416, 8 (1933), 565, 9 (1934), 256-264; Idem, `Der Oxforder Theologe Richardus Rufus OFM über die Frage: Utrum Christus in Triduo Mortis Fuerit Homo', RThAM, 16 (1949), 259-280; Ibidem, in Gregorianum, 17 (1936), 195-223; Henquinet, AFH, 25 (1932), 553; Idem, Antonianum, 11 (1936), 187-218; A.G. Little `The Franciscan School at Oxford', in: Franciscan Papers, Lists, and Documents, 69; G. Gál, `Viae ad Existentiam Dei Probandam in Doctrina Richardi Rufi OFM', Franz. Stud., 38 (1956), 177-202; R.C. Dales, ‘The Influence of Grosseteste’s Hexaëmeron on the Sentences Commentaries of Richrd Fishacre O.P. and Richard Rufus of Cornwall, O.F.M.’, Viator 2 (1971), 270-300; G. Gál, ‘Opiniones Richardi Rufi Cornubiensis a Censore reprobatae’, Franciscan Studies 35 (1975), 136-193; Peter Raedts, Richard Rufus of Cornwall and the Tradition of Oxford Theology (Oxford, 1987); R. Wood, `Richard Rufus' Speculum animae: Epistemology and the Introduction of Aristotle in the West', in: Die Bibliotheca Amploniana. Ihre Bedeutung im Spannungsfeld von Aristotelismus, Nominalismus, und Humanismus, ed. A. Speer (Berlin, 1995), 86-109; R. Wood, `Richard Rufus of Cornwall and Aristotle's Physics', Franciscan Studies, 52 (1992-96), 247-281; R. Wood, ‘Distinct Ideas and Perfect Solitude: Alexander of Hales, Richard Rufus, and Odo Rigaldus’, Franciscan Studies 53 (1993), 7-46), 7-46; R. Wood, `Richard Rufus: Physics and Paris before 1240', Documenti e Studi sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale, 5 (1994), 87-127; LMA, VII, 821; Sharpe, Handlist, 503-505; Rega Wood, ‘Angelical Individuation according to Richard Rufus, St. Bonaventure, and Thomas Aquinas’, in: Individuum im Mittelalter, ed. J.A. Aertsen & A. Speer, Misc. Mediaevalia 24 (Berlin-New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1996), 209-229; LThK³ VIII, 1173-74; Rega Wood, ‘Richard Rufus and the classical tradition: a medieval defense of Plato’, in: Néoplatonisme et philosophie médiévale. Actes du Colloque internationale de Corfou, 6-8 octobre 1995 organisé par la Société Internationale pour l’Etude de la Philosophie Médiévale, ed. Linos G. Benakis, Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale (Turnhout: Brepols, 1997), 229-251; Roberto Plevano, ‘Two British Masters and the Instant of Change’, in: Aristotle in Britain, 91-115; Rega Wood, ‘Richard Rufus and English Scholastic Discussion of Individuation’, in: Aristotle in Britain, 117-143; Elisabeth Karger, ‘Richard Rufus on naming substances’, Med. Philos. Theol. 7 (1998), 51-67; Michael Woods, ‘The earliest known surviving western medieval metaphysics commentary’, Med. Philos. Theol. 7 (1998), 39-49; James R. Long & Timothy B. Noone, ‘Fishacre and Rufus on the metaphysics of light: two unedited texts’, in: Roma, Magistra Mundi: Itineraria Culturae Medievalis. Mélanges offerts à Père L.E. Boyle à l’occasion de son 75e anniversaire, ed. J. Hamesse (Louvain-la-Neuve, 1998), II, 517-548 Rega Wood, ‘Early Oxford Theology’, in: Mediaeval Commentaries on the ‘Sentences’ of Peter Lombard. Current Research, ed. G.R. Evans (Leiden-Boston-Köln: Brill, 2002), 289-343; Elizabeth Karger, ‘Richard Rufus’s account of substantial transmutation’, Medioevo 27 (2002), 165-189; Timothy B. Noone, ‘Prefatory Note: Richard Rufus, ‘Scriptum super Metaphysicam’, Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 44 (2002), 95-96; Adriaan Pattin, ‘Le commentaire de Richard Rufus de Cornwall sur la Métaphysique d’Aristote (probablement vers 1250)’, Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 44 (2002), 97-105; Rega Wood, ‘Richard Rufus of Cornwall’, 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), 579-587; Rega Wood, ‘Richardus Rufus of Cornwall’s significance in the Western Scientific Tradition’, in: Albertus Magnus und die Anfänge der Aristoteles-Rezeption im lateinischen Mittelalter. Von Richardus Rufus bis zu Franciscus de Mayronis, ed. L. Honnefelder, Rega Wood, Mechtild Dreyer & Marc-Aeilko Aris, Subsidia Albertina, 1 (Münster: Aschendorff, 2005), 455-489; Elizabeth Kargers, ‘Richard Rufus as a source for Albertus Magnus’, in: Albertus Magnus und die Anfänge der Aristoteles-Rezeption im lateinischen Mittelalter. Von Richardus Rufus bis zu Franciscus de Mayronis, ed. L. Honnefelder, Rega Wood, Mechtild Dreyer & Marc-Aeilko Aris, Subsidia Albertina, 1 (Münster: Aschendorff, 2005), 425-453; Silvia Donati, ‘The anonymous commentary on the physics in Erfurt, cod. Amplon. Q. 312 and Richard Rufus of Cornwall’, Recherches de Théologie et de Philosophie Médiévales 72 (2005), 232-362; Rega Wood, ‘Richard Rufus’s Response to Saint Anselm’, in: Anselm and Abelard. Investigations and Juxtapositions, ed. by G. Gasper & H. Kohlenberger, Papers in Mediaeval Studies, 19 (Turnhout: Brepols 2007), 87-102; Adriano Oliva, ‘Quelques éléments de la doctrina theologiae selon Thomas d’Aquin’, in: What Is ‘Theology’ in the Middle Ages?: Religious Cultures of Europe as Reflected in Their Self-Understanding, ed. Mikolaj Olszewski, Archa Verba Subsidia, 1 (Munster: Aschendorff, 2007), 167-193 [deals also with Richard Rufus]; Robert Goczal, ‘Ryszard Rufus z Kornwalii (Richardus Rufus Cornubiensis, de Cornubia)’, in: Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii 8 (2007), 870-872; Séamus Mulholland, ‘The Oxford Tradition on the Eve of Duns Scotus (1229-1288)’, in: A Pilgrimage Through the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition, ed. André Cirino & Josef Raischl (Canterbury: Franciscan International Study Centre, 2008), 117-144; Rega Wood, ‘The works of Richard Rufus of Cornwall: The state of the question in 2009’, Recherches de Théologie et de Philosophie Médievales 76 (2009), 1-73; Rega Wood, ‘Indivisibles and Infinities: Rufus on Points’, in: Atomism in Late Medieval Philosophy and Theology, ed. Chr. Grellaerd & A. Robert, History of Science and Medicine Library, 8; Medieval and Early Modern Science, 9 (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 39-64; Matthew Etchemendy & Rega Wood, ‘Speculum animae: Richard Rufus on Perception and Cognition’, Franciscan Studies 69 (2012), 53-140; Rega Wood, 'What Price the Horror vacui? Insterstitial Vacua and Aristotelian Science. Appendix: Relationship between Roger Bacon and Richard Rufus', in: La nature et le vide dans la physique médiévale: études dédiées à Edward Grant, ed. Sabine Rommevaux & Joël Biard (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), 39-60, 61-68; Neil T. Lewis, 'Robert Grosseteste and Richard Rufus of Cornwall on Unequal Infinites', in: Robert Grosseteste. His Thought and Its Impact, ed. Jack Cunningham (Toronto, 2012), 227-258; Rega Wood & Jennifer Ottmann, 'Richard Rufus', in: Portraits de maîtres offerts à Olga Weijers, ed. Claire Angotti, Monica Brinzei & Mariken Teeuwen (Porto, 2012), 443-456; Richard Sharpe, ‘Doing Business with William Rufus: The Haddenham Narrative’, in: Textus Roffensis. Law, Language, and Libraries in Early Medieval England, Bruce R. O'Brien Barbara Bombi, Barbara (Turnhout: Brepols, 2015), 363-386.

 

 

 

Richardus Trevytlam (later 14th cent.)

Friar from Cornwall (Trewidland). Joined the Franciscans at Hereford? Became active in Oxford between 1350 and 1361

manuscripts

Opus Querulose Directum ad Beatam Virginem de Mortalitate et Aliis Virginis Praerogativis [an. 1361]: Paris, BN, Lat. 1201 (ca. 1425) ff. 167v-170v [inc: 'Ad te cum suspirio clamo mater Dei...]

De laude universitatis Oxoniae (1357): MS Cambridge Trinity College O 9 38 (formerly MS. London B.L Cotton Vespasian E 12)

editions

De Laude Universitatis Oxoniae, ed. H. Furneaux, Collectanea 3/Oxford Historical Society 32 (Oxford, 1896), 188-209; ed. A.G. Rigg, PhD. Diss (Oxford, 1965), I. 115-131 [This work concentrates on events from Richard's own time and contains a fierce attack on Benedictine monks (including Uthred of Bolton and a Benedictine from Glastonbury) and an abbot of the Cistercian house of Louth Park, suggesting that there was not really a place for cloistered monks at the university. As James Clark (2009), 258 said: 'Trevytlam's assault rehearsed the proscriptions of the canonists, and of their patristic archetypes: the monk out of the cloister is but a fish out of water. Trevytlam also introduced a new dimension to the debate over the scholar monks. Not only were they aliens in the academic community, thay also challenged its probity and purity, pursuing controversial and secular studies rather than theology.'].

literature

A.G. Little, The Grey Friars in Oxford (Oxford: Oxford Historical Society, 1989), 253-254; George RIGG, A Glastonbury Miscellany of the fifteenth Century (Oxford, 1968), 75-76; Sharpe, Handlist, 516; James G. Clark, 'The Self-Image of the Scholar Monk in Late Medieval England', in: Self-Representation of Medieval Religious Communities: The British Isles in Context, ed. Anne Müller & Karen Stöber, Vita Regularis, Abhandlungen, 40 (Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2009), 258

 

 

 

Rizzerio di Muccia (Riccerio da Muccia, 1190 - 1236), beatus

Italian friar from Camerino. Studied law at Bologna university. In the sommer of 1220 (15 August), he heared Francis of Assisi preaching in Bologna (after his return from the Middle East). Together with his fellow student Pellegrino da Fallerone, Rizzerio asked Francis to accept him in the order. After his noviciate, Rizzerio spent some time with Francis in a Franciscan hermitage in the Rieti valley. Later, he became provincial minister of the March of Ancona province. After eight years of administrative duties as provincial minister, Rizzerio retreated to a cave north of Muccia where, according to the hagiographical tradition, he died on 7 February 1236. He was buried in a nearby chapel. After centuries of local veneration, he was officially beatified on 14 December 1838. To him are ascribed (with some uncertainty) several works, such as a Tractatus Utilissimus/Trattato Ascetico, Qualiter Anima, a series of Dicta Moralia etc.

manuscripts/editions

Tractatus Utilissimus/Trattato Ascetico/Qualiter Anima: at least 10 and possibly even 21 manuscripts survive of the Latin version, a.o. Laurenz. Cod. Lat. Gadd.XXVIII, Plut.90.Inf ff. 169-172; Rome, Archivio del Collegio di Sant’Isidoro Cod. 1/85. There are also 5 Latin editions from the 16th century (Louvain, 1554; Venice, 1537, 1538, 1543, 1553). There also exists a thirteenth-century Italian translation (according to some made by Jacopone da Todi) as well as a fourteenth-century Italian verion. The Latin version has been edited in: S. Chiumenti, Il Beato Rizzerio (Perugia, 1977), 129-176. On the Italian version, see, M. Faloci-Pulignani, ‘Il trattato di Riccerio da Muccia’, Miscellanea Francescana 8 (1908), 113-116; DSpir VIII, 22 & E. Menestò, ‘Il ‘Tractatus utilissimus’ attribuito a Jacopone da Todi’, Studi Medievali 18 (1977), 261-314. A modern Italian translation by A. Ghinato can be found in Vita Minorum 30 (1959), 263-270. Another Italian translation, based on a transcription of the Florentine manuscript, can be found in C. Vaiani, `Rizzerio di Muccia (d. 1236)', in: I mistici. Scritti dei mistici francescani, secolo XIII, ed. L. Iriarte, L. Temperini, C. Bove & E. Cardi (Assisi, 1995), I, 39-63: ‘Come l’anima può giungere rapidamente alla conoscenza delle verità e possedere la pace perfetta.’ The work had a surprizingly large diffusion in England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: An English translation of the work was included in the 1583 edition of the Manual of Prayer of the Anglican Church [Full title of the Latin work is: Quomodo potest homo/anima ad veritatis cognitionem pervenire et perfectam pacem possidere. In 52 reflections, the author sketches the way to arrive at the knowledge of christian truth and the possession of veritable peace of mind and soul. The start is a retreat from the things of the world and from the self, thus making it possible for God to take possession of the soul. Thus, God becomes the light with which one can see the true reality of all things, through which one 's virtues are fully perfected and by which both the corporal senses and the spiritual sense is fully made at peace. The conclusion of the work stresses the importance of self-negation and of becoming dead to the created world.]

Dicta Moralia (ascription insecure) [ascetical counsels to help the individual on his way towards spiritual perfection]>>>

Speculativa Contemplatio (ascription insecure, possibly the work of Ruggero da Todi): MS Subiaco, abbazia Cod. 189 ff. 63v-66.

Virtutes quas observare debet verus religiosus (ascription insecure, possibly the work of Ruggero da Todi): MS Volterra, Biblioteca Guarnacci Cod. 225 ff. 157-165.

Considerationes Fratris Roggeri (ascription insecure, possibly the work of Ruggero da Todi): MS Rome BAV, Vat. Lat. 4354 ff. 128-133v.

vitae

G.-A. Antonucci, Compendiose notizie delle glorie del B. Rizzerio (Camerino, 1711/Camerino, 1958); F. Camerini, La vita del B. Rizzerio (Camerino, 1902); Bibliotheca Sanctorum XI, 226.

literature

Wadding, Annales Minorum I, 371-372 (ad an. 1220, n. 8-9); Sbaralea, Supplementum III, 44; Léon de Clary, L’Auréole séraphique (Paris, 1882), I, 718-723; DSpir V, 1340; DSpir VIII, 22; S. Chiumenti, Il Beato Rizzerio (Perugia, 1977); P. Bonvicini, Il Beato Riccerio da Muccia (Fermo, 1980); DSpir XIII, 542-543; Cesare Vaiani, ‘Rizzerio di Muccia (d. 1236)’, in: I mistici. Scritti dei mistici francescani, secolo XIII, ed. L. Iriarte, L. Temperini, C. Bove & E. Cardi (Assisi, 1995), I, 39-63 [contains also an Italin translation of the Qualiter Anima); Aurelio Barbesi, ‘Il pensiero mistico di Rizerio della Muccia’, Vita Minorum 67 (1996), 61-69.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robertus Caracciolus de Licio (Roberto Caracciolo da Lecce/Robertus Liciensis, c. 1425- 6 May 1495)

Received his early education by the Conventual Franciscans in Lecce, but made his profession as an Observant friar (S. Maria del Tempio friary). From 1448 onwards great successes as preacher and organiser of processions against the plague, and as promotor of social peace. Gave the official eulogy during the canonization ceremonies for Bernardine of Siena (1450), and made various preaching tours through the Italian peninsula (was called a ‘second Paul’). Switched to the Conventuals in May 1452, during or after the General Chapter of S. Giuliano dell'Aquila, which fuelled the conflicts between the rivalling branches. Caraccioli received a lot of support at the papal curia, and was granted almost full freedom of movement in 1454 by papal bull (Nicholas V). Caracciolo preached the crusade against the Turcs. Calixt III appointed him to the position of apostolic collector for the Roman region (1455), and subsequently for Lombardy and Monferrato. Also made pontifical chaplain in 1456. Good contacts with Francesco Sforza and with cardinal Bessarion from ca. 1464 onwards. After 1470, Caracciolo preached predominantly in southern Italy (Naples. Lecce). Sixtus IV appointed him bishop of Aquino on 25 October 1475. In February 1484, he was transferred to the diocese of Lecce, but Innocent VIII returned him at his own request to Aquino. Carcciolo nevertheless was quite frequently in Lecce afterwards, also to oversee the imprint of his sermons, and died there on March 6, 1495. He was buried in the church of San Francesco della Scarpa.

In the course of his career, and especially once he was made bishop, Caracciolo published several sermon collections (making avid use of the new possibilities offered by the printing press), which went through more than 100 editions all over Europe. Until now, there is not a full overview of his actual production. Apparently, Oriana Visanni is presently working on a list of all manuscripts.

Roberto called himself a pupil of the sermon style of Bernardino da Siena and mentioned in his Sermo de Sancto Bernardino some 20 famous Franciscan preachers who were in this ‘Bernardine school’: ‘Quin imo et si qui post ipsum in officio predicandi clari sunt habiti ut fratres Joannes de Capistrano, Jacobus de Marchia, Mattheus de Sicilia, Antonius de Botonto, Andreas de Sancto Geminio, Joannes de Prato, Jacobus de Doncellis de Bononia, Herculanus de Perusio, Franciscus de Trevio, Silvester de Senis, Antonius de Ariminio, Michael de Mediolano, Bartholomeus de Ayano, Antonius de Vercellis, Seraphinus de Gaieta, Cherubinus de Spoleto, Franciscus de Spoleto, Hieronimus de Florentia, Dominicus de Gonessa, Jacobus de Gallio: omnes fratres minores in hoc genere dicendi famosissimi et quicumque alii etiam de aliis ordinibus mendicantium pro maiori parte conati sunt imitari modum et regulam atque stilum ipsius sancti Bernardini (…) Ego etiam (…) Bernardinum habui in stilo pronunciandi necnon scribendi patrem et precectorem…’ Robertus Caracciolus, Sermones de Laudibus Sanctorum (Venice, 1489), f. 200 (Rome, Biblioteca Angelica Inc. 538). Cited from Michele Monaco, ‘Aspetti di vita privata e pubblica nelle citta’ italiane centro-settentrionali durante il XV secolo nelle prediche del beato Bernardino da Feltre Francescano dell’Osservanza’, in: L’Uomo e la storia. Studi storici in onore di Massimo Petrocchi, Storia e letteratura. Raccolta di studi e testi 153 (Rome, 1983), 77-196, 88-89.[interestingly, some important Italian Observant preachers are absent in this list, such as Bernardino da Feltre]

manuscripts

Tractatus de timore Iudicio Dei: Naples, Naz. XXIII.H.29. This work was dedicated to Giovanni d'Aragona.

Sermones: Naples, a.o. Naples, Naz. V.H.67 & VII.D.22 [for these and other mss see Cenci, Napoli, II, 1107]; London, Libr. of the Society of the Inner Temple, The Petyt Collection DR VI 4 (an. 1477)

Quadragesimale: MS Munich cgm 4700.

Quadragesimale de Poenitentia: Padua, Bibl. Universitaria cod. 806; Foligno, Biblioteca Iacobilli cod. latino C.VIII 16; Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek cod. lat. 13412; Munich Bayerische Staatsbibliothek cod. lat. 18319; Paterson, Biblioteca del convento francescano S. Antonio cod latina ‘senza segnatura’; Berkeley, Bancroft Library Cod. UCB 89; Pavia, Biblioteca Universitaria Cod. Aldini 408 (this ms also contains on ff. 235r-252r several sermons of Michele Carcano’s Tractatus de Inferno); Rome, Biblioteca Naz. Cod. Gesuitico 453

Quadragesimale Padovano (one of his earlier works): MS Venice, Biblioteca francescana di S. Michele in Isola cod. IV,11; Pavia, Biblioteca Universitaria cod. Aldini 408; Falconara, Archivio dei Frati Minori delle Marche cod. 19; Naples, Bib. Naz. cod. VII.D.22; Milan, Ambrosiana cod. V 27 sup; Munich, Biblioteca Universitaria 2° cod., ms 123; Padua, Biblioteca Universitaria cod. 1792; Padua, Biblioteca Antoniana cod. 436; Monteprandone, Archivio Comunale cod. 44; Pistoia, Biblioteca Comunale Forteguerriana cod. D.29

editions

Several collections contain a selection of his various sermon collections. Among these, we can single out the Opera Varia (Venice, 1479/etc.); Opera Varia (Venice, 1496/Lyon, 1500). Aside from these editions, we can point to the following individual collections:

Opus Quadragesimale de Poenitentia, ed. Johannes de Colonia & Johan Manthen de Gherretzem (Strasbourg, s.a./Venice, 1472/Venice, 1476) [For more editions, see Zawart, 295/6; Bastanzio (1947); Zafarana (1976), and also Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, nos. 6051-6079; Indice generale degli incunaboli delle Biblioteche d'Italia, nos. 2469-2480. Caracciolo’s most successful work, both in mss format and in print]

Quaresimale Padovano, ed. Oriana Visana= Il Santo 23, 3-312 (Padua, 1983). Cf. also Laura Gasparri, ‘Sulla tradizione manoscritta delle prediche di Roberto da Lecce (con due sermoni inediti)’, AFH 73 (1980), 173-225].

[these ‘early’ quaresimal sermons were held in the 1450s. Strong emphasis on penitential issues]

Quadragesimale de Peccatis (Venice: Andreas de Toreanis de Asula, 1488/Lyon, 1488) [For more editions, see Zawart, 295/6; Bastanzio (1947); Zafarana (1976); Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, nos. 6080-6085]

Quadragesimale (Naples, 1477) [Italian sermons. For more editions (at least 23 editions before 1500), see Zawart, 295/6; Bastanzio (1947); Zafarana (1976)]

Sermones per Adventum/de Adventu/Collecta Magistralia per Adventum (Venice, 1474-1475/Neurenberg, 1478/Strasbourg, ca. 1480) [For more editions, see Zawart, 295/6; Indice generale degli incunaboli delle Biblioteche d'Italia, nos. 2453-2457; Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, nos. 6045-6050.]

Sermones de Laudibus Sanctorum (Naples, 1489/Venice: J. Rubeus, 1489) [For more editions, see Zawart, 295/6; Indice generale degli incunaboli delle Biblioteche d'Italia, nos. 2458-2462]

Sermones Tres de Annunciatione (Cologne, 1475) [These annunciation sermons can also found in editions of the Opus Quadragesimale de Poenitentia]

Tractatus de Timore Iudiciorum Dei (Naples, 21 July 1473/Nurenberg, Friedrich Creussner, 1479/etc.). Cf. Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, nos. 6109-6114; Indice generale degli incunaboli delle Biblioteche d'Italia, nos. 2504-2506

Specchio della fede (Venice: J. Rubeus, 1495) [Bastanzio (1947), 151ff; Indice generale degli incunaboli delle Biblioteche d'Italia, no. 25071].

Tractatus de Divina Caritate, check Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, nos. 6039-6047. It amounts to a collection of seven sermons.

Tractatus de Immortalitate Anime. check Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, nos. 6049, 6050; Bastanzio (1947), 155. A collection of three sermons.

Tractatus (Sermo) de catenis peccatorum. check Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, nos. 6039-6042, 6044, 6061, 6068, 6069, 6072; Bastanzio (1947), 156).

Confessione generale (Venice, c. 1500) [short confession manual]

Il sermo ‘De acerbissima passione Domini Nostri Iesu Christi’ di Roberto Caracciolo da Lecce [attributed!], ed. Daniela Degiovanni, Pluteus 8-9 (1990-1991), 255-385.

R. Caracciolo, Opere in volgare, ed. E. Esposito (Galatina, 1993) [cf. the review of Oriana Visani in Lettere Italiane 46,1 (1994), 173-180.

literature

B. Bernardini Aquilani Chronica Fratrum Minorum Observantiae (Rome, 1902), 39-56; Waddding, Annales Minorum XII (ed. Quaracchi, 1932), 34, 72, 169-170, 173, 209, 247-248, XIII, 14, 35, XIV, 348, 379, 381, 411, XV, 132-133, 135; Wadding, Scriptores 204-205; Sbaralea Supplementum III, 49-54; V. de Fabriano, Fra R. Caracciolo (Lecce, 1909); DBI XIX, 446-452; A. Zawart, ‘The History of Franciscan Preaching and Franciscan Preachers’, The Franciscan Educational Conference/Franciscan Studies 9 (1927), 295-298; Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke (Leipzig, 1934) VI, 132-188; S. Bastanzio, Fra Roberto Caracciolo, predicatore del sec. xv, vescovo di Aquino e Lecce (d. 1495) (Isola del Liri, 1947); Collectanea Franciscana 18 (1948), 254-257; DHGE VI, 83-87; DHGE XI, 984-985; L. Gatto, `I temi escatologici nelle prediche di Roberto Caraccioli da Lecce', in: L'attesa dell'età nuova nella spiritualità della fine del medioevo (Todi, 1962), 249-261; Cesare Cenci, ‘Un codice di Rieti e fra Roberto da Lecce’, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 59 (1966), 85-104 [On a MS from the Biblioteca Paroniana di Rieti with sermons of Roberto]; M. Semeraro, ‘Fra Roberto Caracciolo e gli Ebrei’, in: Idem, Studi storici (Bari, 1974), 43-60; Z. Zafarana, ‘Caracciolo Roberto’, DBI XIX (1976), 446-452; O. Visani, ‘Il codice Borgiano latino 394 e una predica inedita di Roberto da Lecce’, Lettere italiane 29 (1977), 427-446; C. Piana, ‘Scritti polemici tra Conventuali ed Osservanti a metà del ’400 con la partecipazione dei giuristi secolari’, AFH 71 (1978), 339-405; Laura Gasparri, ‘Sulla tradizione manoscritta delle prediche di Roberto da Lecce (con due sermoni inediti)’, AFH 73 (1980), 173-225; E.-V. Telle, ‘En marge de l’eloquence sacrée aux 15e et 16e siècles. Érasme et Fra Roberto Caracciolo’, Bibliothèque d’Humanisme et Renaissance 43 (1981), 449-470; Oriana Visani, ‘Un nuovo testimone del Quaresimale padovano del 1455 di Roberto da Lecce’, Il Santo ser. II, 30, 2-3 (1990), 157-179; Oriana Visani Ravaioli, `Testimonianze della predicazione di Roberto da Lecce a Padova', in: Predicazione francescana e società veneta nel quattrocento, 2nd ed. (Padua, 1995;), 185-220; Angelo Bardelloni, `Celestino V nelle prediche di Roberto Caracciolo da Lecce', in: S. Pietro Celestino nel settimo centenario dell'elezione pontificia, ed. Biancamaria Valeri (Casamari, 1995), 85-97; M. Bigaroni, ‘B. Francesco Beccaria da Pavia e fra Roberto Caracciolo. Precisazioni cronologiche’, AFH 89 (1996), 251-262; Oriana Visani, ‘Roberto Caracciolo e i sermonari del secondo Quattrocento’, Franciscana. Bollettino della Società internazionale di studi francescani 1 (1999), 275-317; Oriana Visani, ‘Giacomo della Marca e Roberto da Lecce: due grandi operatori culturali a confronto’, Picenum Seraphicum 20 (2002), 33-47; Antonio Poppi, ‘Vita familiare e civile nel ‘Quaresimale padovano’ di Roberto Caracciolo da lecce, O.min. (1455)’, in: I Francescani e la politica. Atti del Convegno internazionale di studio, Palermo 3-7 Dicembre 2002, ed. Alessandro Musco, 2 Vols. (Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali, 2007), 817-834; Steven J. McMichael, ‘Roberto Caracciolo da Lecce and His Sermons on Muhammad and the Muslims (C. 1480)’, 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), 327-352; Carolyn Muessig, ‘El sermón de Roberto Caracciolo sobre el milagro de los estigmas de Francisco de Asís’, Anuario de estudios medievales 42:1 (2012), 77-93; Giacomo Mariani, ‘Giovanni Pico e Roberto da Lecce. Annotazioni su una ritrovata fonte dell’Apologia e l’origenismo quattrocentesco’, Schifanoia 46-47 (2014), 137-148; 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), 273-278 & passim.

 

 

 

Robertus Alaunodunus (Robert Alyngton, fl. late 14th cent.)

English friar [or not at all a Franciscan? Not if he is the Robert Alynton refered to in most studies, who was a Wycliffite]. Studied at Queen’s College (Oxford) and thereafter doctor of thology and socius of New College. In 1394, he became chancellor of Oxford University.

manuscripts/editions

De Adoratione Imaginum>>>

Quaestiones de Sacris Imaginibus>>>

De Mendicitate Spontanea>>>

Sophistica Principia>>>

De Christi Humanitate>>>

Super Constitutis Joannis XXII>>>

De Eucharistia>>>

De Eleemosyna>>>

>>

literature

Tanner, Bibliotheca Britannico-Hibernica (London, 1748), 38; J.-A. Fabricius, Bibliotheca Latinae Mediae et Infimae Aetatis, ed. Mansi (Padua, 1754) VI, 94; A. Taylor, ‘Alington, Alyngton ou Alaunodunus’, DHGE II, 457-458; Sharpe???

 

 

 

Robertus Beverley (d. after 1305)

Oxford friar, known for Quaestiones and (not surviving) Vesperiae

manuscripts

Quaestiones [his work, or should they be ascribed to his Oxford contemporary Philip Beverley?]: Oxford, Balliol College, 63 (first half 14th cent.) ff. 89v-99v

literature

Sharpe, Handlist, 525.

 

 

 

 

Robertus Cameracensis (Robert de Cambrai, fl. later seventeenth century)

Capuchin friar, active in Northern France and the Southern (Austrian) Low Countries. Author of a two-volume UNIVERSALIS AURIFODINA SCIENTIARUM DIVINARUM HUMANARUMQUE: Quae ex aureis SS. Patrum, Conciliorum, Doctorum, nec non Philosophorum, Paganorum fere ducentorum visceribus eruta; Sententiarum plus quam octoginta millia, sub titulis septingentis & ultra, Theologica simul & philosophica Ordine alphabetico digesta, copiosisssime suppeditat. Omnibus hominum statibus, Religiosis [et] Saecularibus maximeque Concionatoribus, Oratoribus, Iurisperitis, ac cujusvis facultatis Studiosis utilissima, atque in duos Tomos distributa (Paris: Dionysius Thierry, 1680; Cologne: Sumptibus Wilhelmi Metternich, 1700), which amounts to a type of theological-philosophical alphabetical dictionnary. The work is now digitally available via Google Books and via Archive.org.

 

 

 

 

Robertus Chamberlane (Robert Chamberlain, 1570/71–1636)

Irish Franciscan friar from Niselrath (Rathneestin, county of Louth). He apparently joined the Franciscans (at at Drogheda, which was mentioned in his testament?) and studied theology at Salamanca, although his name does not appear on the surviving list of students at the Irish College there from 1595. After his studies he became confessor and counsellor to Hugh O'Neill, earl of Tyrone. He lived in O’Neill’s household in Ireland in 1599. In 1600 or 1601 the same earl sent Chamberlain back to Spain, possibly to act as a tutor for his son Henry at the university of Salamanca, and for other, more business-related activities. Several years later, in 1605, Robert was in the Southern Low Countrties, again with members of the O’Neill family, and in 1606, he was apparently in London on a secret mission, as an agent for the earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell. In August of the same year, the Spanish King Philip III provided him with a stipend of 30 crowns a month for services by him and his family to the Spanish army in Flanders. The documents connected with the stipend indicate that five of Robert Chamberlain's brothers had served in the Irish wars, and that two had died there. On 21 October 1607, Robert met up with the exiled earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell in Douai (Southern Low Countries/now North-Western France) and with the Franciscan friar Florence Conry. Robert probably went with the latter to Louvain, where Conry was able to establish an Irish Franciscan study house/friary. In subsequent years, with ongoing financial support from the Spanish crown, Robert Chamberlain divided his time between Louvain and Spain, in part to support diplomatical and business affairs of the earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell. From february 1610 onwards, Robert Chamberlain lectured philosophy and theology at the Franciscan study house at Louvain, and became involved with the publication of a number of pastoral and theological works by himself and others (for instance obtaining official permission for the publication of Bonaventura O'Hussey's Irish catechism). As late as 1621/22, he apparently traveled several times to Rome on behalf of the earl of Tyrone, possibly to help prepare an invasion of Ireland, and in the context of a prospected marriage of one of Tyrone’s son with a Spanish noble woman. After the death of Hugh MacCaughwell OFM (1626), Robert Chamberlain was asked for the position of archbishop of Armagh, yet he apparently refused. He died at St Anthony's College, Louvain, on 11 June 1636. He wrote himself in Irish, Latin, English and Spanish, and his works ranged from theological treatises, to Irish poetry (although the authorship of at least two Latin epitaphs on Philip III and Archduke Albert might also have been the work of his nephew Christoper Chamberlain). Two of Robert’s poems ended up in the poetic dispute collection Iomarbhágh na bhFileadh (‘Contention of the bards’, which raged between 1616-1624 in the context of the English settlement of Ireland following the Tudor and later the Stuart conquests, the flight of Irish earls and the English plantation of Ulster in 1610).

editions

>> to be continued.

literature

C.P. Meehan, The fate and fortunes of Hugh O'Neill, earl of Tyrone, and Rory O'Donel, earl of Tyrconnel, 3rd Ed. (J. Duffy, 1886), 71–2, 255, 263, 427-428, 432, 444, 456; Felim O'Brien, ‘Robert Chamberlain O.F.M.', The Irish ecclesiastical record: a monthly journal under episcopal sanction, 5th Ser.40 (September 1932), 264-280; T.G.F. Paterson, ‘The Chamberlains of Nizelrath’, Journal of the County Louth Archaeological Society 10 (1944), 324-326; J. Brady, ‘The Irish colleges in the Low Countries’, Archivium Hibernicum 14 (1949), 66–91; Wild Geese in Spanish Flanders, 1582-1700: Documents relating chiefly to irish Regiments, from the Archives Générales du Royaume, Brussels and other sources, ed. Brendan Jennings (Dublin, 1964), 102, 532-533; T. Sweeney, Ireland and the printed word: a short descriptive catalogue of early books … relating to Ireland, printed, 1475–1700 (Dublin, 1997), nos. 957-966; Joseph Theodoor Leerssen, The contention of the bards (Iomarbhágh na bhFileadh) and its place in Irish political and literary history, Irish Text Society, subsidiary ser., 2 (London, 1994), 46, 52n., 58-61; Ignatius Fennessy, ‘Chamberlain , Robert (1570/71–1636)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004 / http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/5055, accessed 3 Dec 2014).

 

 

 

 

Robertus Coleman (Colman/Colmanus d. after 1428)

Friar from Norwich

manuscripts

Sermones:

Lectiones Sacrae:

literature

Wadding; Zawart; Sharpe, Handlist, 531.

 

 

 

 

Robertus Conellius

OFMCap.

manuscripts

Historia vel Annales Hibernicae Cappuccinorum: MS Troyes 706.

 

 

 

 

Robertus Cowton (fl. ca. 1340)

Franciscan friar and theologian. He took his name from Cowton in the North of Yorkshire. He entered the order at a young age (possibly before the age of fourteen, and he started his theological studies (lectorate program?) in Oxford shortly before 1300. In July of 1300 the Bishop of Lincoln refused to give Cowton and other friars a licence to hear confession. Cowton entered the degree program around 1304: between that year and 1311 he lectured on the Sentences pro gradu. He might have obtained the doctorate, but he did not become a regent master in Oxford or Cambridge. Cowton’s Sentences commentary, which was used by a number of late medieval authors (including Robert Walsingham and Giacomo da Ascoli), is his only surviving work. It refers to the Ordinatio of John Duns Scotus (=Opus Oxoniense) and the Sentences commentary of William Nottingham. Cowton’s commentary survives in ca. 20 manuscripts. It was considered sufficiently important to receive an abbreviation by Richard Snettisham (early fifteenth century), which survives in 13 manuscripts, and yet another one by an anonymous compiler (surviving in two manuscripts). In many ways, Cowton did not follow Scotus (although Cowton did defend the immaculate conception), but adhered on many issues to older theological conceptions. From that perspective, the number of surviving manuscripts of his Sentences commentary is rather significant. Other works ascribed to Cowton, including quodlibetal questions, Disputationes magistrales, and sermons have not yet been identified.

manuscripts

In I-IV Sent.:Vat.lat. 4871 ff. 59-60 [fragment of In II Sent.]; Naples, Naz. VII.C.9 ff. 1-94b [In III-IV Sent.]; Brugge, Stadsbibl. 192 (second half 14th cent.) ff. 147r-166v [fragment of book III]; Cambridge, Pembroke College 160 (14th cent.); Leipzig, Universitätsbibl. 1401; Oxford, Merton College, 92-93 )late fourteenth cent.); Oxford, Merton College 117 (early 15th cent.); Oxford, Balliol College 199-201 (14th cent.); Oxford Exeter College, 43 (14th cent.); Vat. Ottob. Lat. 1126 (14th cent.) ff. 93r-157r;

Comm. in Sent. Abbreviatus a Richardo Snetisham: London, Gray's Inn. 6 ff. 1-142 (15th cent.); London, British Museum Reg. II. B I.

Determinationes: Rome, Bibliotheca Angelica 1017 ff. 933r-102r; 104r-114v. In fact, questions taken from his Sentences commentary.

Sermones: London, St. Paul? [check Zawart, 308]

editions (info predominantly based on Sharpe)

In I-IV Sent. [fragments]: H. Theissing, Glaube und Theologie, 257-321 & 322-330 [Prologue, qq. 2, 5-7 & Book III, d. 23]; S.F.Brown, Franciscan Studies, 31 (1971), 5-40 [Prologue, q. 4]; H. Schwamm, Robert Cowton OFM (Innsbruck, 1931), 5-23 [Book I, dd. 38 & 39]; V. Nadalin, Roberti de Cowton Quaestio Disputata (Rome, 1961), 31-58 [Book III, q. 1]; B. Hechich, De Immaculata Conceptione Beatae Mariae Virginis Secundum Thomam Sutton OP et Robertum de Cowton OFM, Bibliotheca Immaculatae Conceptionis, 7 (Rome, 1958), 72-116 [Book III, d. 3]; T. Graf, Studia Anselmiana, 3-4 (1935), 33-*46 [Book III, d. 33]; O. Lot tin, RThAM, 22 (1955), 273-286 [Book III, d. 36]

literature (see also under editions)

Stegmüller, Rep. Sent., 732; Doucet, AFH, 47 (1954), 162-4; O. Lottin, `Robert Cowton et Jean Duns Scot', RThAM, 22 (1955), 258ff; B. Hechich, De Immaculata Conceptione Beatae Mariae Virginis secundum Thomas de Sutton O.P. et Robertus Cowton O.F.M. (Rome, 1958); H. Theissing, Glaube und Theologie bei Robert Cowton, OFM, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie und Theologie des Mittelalters Band 42 Heft 3 (Münster: Aschendorff, 1970); S.F. Brown, ‘Robert Cowton, O.F.M. and the Analogy of the Concept of Being’, Franciscan Studies 31 (1971), 5-40; J.I. Catto, ‘Theologians 1220-1320‘, in: The History of the University of Oxford, I (Oxford, 1984), 512; W.J. Courtenay, ‘Cowton, Robert (fl. 1300–1315)’, in: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004; http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/6516); Cenci, Napoli, >> ; LMA, VII, 904; Sharpe, Handlist, 531-532; Stephen F. Brown, ‘Robert Cowton (ca. 1274-ca. 1315)‘, in: Historical Dictionary of Medieval Philosophy and Theology, ed. Stephen F. Brown & Juan Carlos Flores (Lanham, Md. etc., 2007), 245; Klaus Rodler, ‘Thomas Sutton on Theology as a Science: An Edition of Questions 1,3, and 4 of Sutton's ‘Cowton Critique‘‘, in: Philosophy and Theology in The Long Middle Ages: A Tribute to Stephen F. Brown, ed. Kent Emery Jr., Russell L. Friedman, Andreas Spewer & Maxime Mauriège (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2011), 591-622; Russel. L. Friedman, Intellectual Traditions at the Medieval University: The Use of Philosophical Psychology in Trinitarian Theology Among the Franciscans and Dominicans, 1250-1350 (Leiden: Brill, 2012), passim; Klaus Rodler, ‘Zu Thomas Suttons Quaestiones in Sententia (der sogenannten ‘Streitschrift gegen Robert Cowton‘)‘, Zeitschrift für katholische Theologie 137 (2015), 56-71.

 

 

 

 

Robertus de Anglia/Robertus Anglicus (fl. 14th or early 15th cent.)

English Friar, active in the late 14th cent.? Maybe have to be identified with Robert Halifax

manuscripts

Dialogus de Formalitatibus inter Ochamistam et Dunsistam: Venice, Bibl. Naz. Marc. Z. Lat. 495 (15th cent.), ff. 2r-116

editions

La ‘Sophistria’ de Robertus Anglicus. Étude et édition critique par A. Grondeuz & I. Rosier-Catach, Sic et non (Paris: J. Vrin, 2006).

literature

Lynn Thorndike, 'Robertus Anglicus', Isis 34 (1942/43), 467-469; Lynn Thorndike, 'Robertus Anglicus and the Introduction of Demons and Magic into Commentaries upon the Sphere of Sacrobosco', Speculum 21 (1946), 241-243; Lambert Marie de Rijk, 'On the Genuine Text of Peter of Spain's Summule logicales. III. Two Redactions of a Commentary upon the Summule by Robertus Anglicus', Vivarium 7 (1969), 8-61; Patrick Osmund Lewry, 'Robertus Anglicus and the Italian Kilwardby', in: English Logic in Italy in the 14th and 15th Centuries. Acts of the 5th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Rome, 10-14 November 1980, ed. Alfonso Maierù (Naples, 1982), 33-51; Sharpe, Handlist, 536; Wolfgang Hübener, ‘Robertus Anglicus und die formalistische Tradition’, in: Raum und Raumvorstellungen im Mittelalter, 329-353; Sten Ebbesen, 'Robertus Anglicus on Peter of Spain', in: Medieval and Renaissance Logic in Spain: Acts of the 12th European Symposium on medieval logic and semantics, held at the University of Navarre (Pamplona, 26-30 May 1997), ed. Ignacio Angelelli & Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe (Hildesheim etc., (2000) 61-95; David Piché, Le probleme des universaux dans l'Isagoge de Porphyre selon quelques commentateurs latins du XIIIe siècle: (Pseudo-Robertus Anglicus, Jean le Page, Nicolas de Paris et Robert Kilwardby) Edition critique selective, traduction francaise, analyses structurelle et formelle et etude historico-philosophique (Quebec: Université Laval, 2002).

 

 

 

Robertus de Finningham (Robert Finningham, fl. later 14th cent.)

English Friar and canonist. Allegedly born in Finingham, Suffolk. Entered the order at Norwich. The author of a De excommunicationibus treatise, which has survived in at least three late fourteenth-/early fifteenth-century manuscripts. It refers to practices in the Norwich diocese and has a section on Franciscan privileges. It more or less is a manual for the regular clergy.

manuscripts

Summa Excommunicationum: Cambridge, Univ. Library Ee.5.ii (15th cent., once in the possession of Norwich Cathedral priory) ff. 55v-85v; [?] Cambridge, Gonville & Caius College 120/189 (15th cent.) ff. 109-121; Oxford, Bodl. 828 (SC 2695) (second half 14th cent.) ff. 231-270.

literature

Bloomfield, 2061; Sharpe, Handlist, 537; Jeremy Catto, ‘Finingham, Robert (fl. c.1378)’, in: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004; http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/9460).

 

 

 

Robertus de la Bassée (Robertus de Bascia d. 1280?)

Flemish friar from La Bassée, near Lille (Rijssel). Entered the order in the French province. Studied at the Paris studium generale, where he eventually lectured on the Sentences as Baccalaureus Sententiarum. Not known whether he reached the magisterium. Took part in the Franciscan committee that made a commentary on the Franciscan rule (1241, Expositio Quattuor Magistrorum). Custos of Arras in 1254; approved the renovation of the Lille convent. Probably died c. 1280. To him are ascribed various works, such as a Liber de Anima, a Commentarium in Quatuor Libros Sententiarum, and several sermons. These works have not yet been found. According to some, Robert would have been part of the team that prepared the first redaction of the Summa Halensis. The fact that Rober was one of the four ‘magistri’ asked to provide a dependable rule commentary in 1241 (a commentary that was accepted on the general chapter of Bologna (1242) and became a starting point for many later rule commentaries), shows that he was a well-respecte theological authority within the order.

manuscripts

Expositio Regulae: Naples VII.G.48 ff. 43-47; many more mss, see the edition of Oliger.

Sermones Varii: mentioned by Fabricius, VI, 108; Wadding, Scriptores, 206, and Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 48-49; Schneyer, Repertorium V, 171.

Liber de Anima: mentioned by Fabricius, VI, 108; Wadding, Scriptores, 206, and Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 48-49.

Commentarium in Quatuor Libros Sententiarum: mentioned by Fabricius, VI, 108; Wadding, Scriptores, 206, and Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 48-49.

editions

Expositio Quatuor Magistrorum super Regulam Fratrum Minorum, ed. L. Oliger (Rome, 1950).

literature

Fabricius, VI, 108; Wadding, Scriptores, 206, 309; Sbaralea, Supplementum II, 48-49; A. Callebaut, ‘Robert de La Bassée’, AFH 10 (1917), 229-330; P. Glorieux, Répertoire des maîtres en théologie de Paris au XIIIe siècle (Paris, 1934) II, 54; F.-M. Henquinet, ‘Fr. Considerans, l’un des auteurs jumeaux de la Summa Fratris Alexandri primitive’, Revue de Théologie Anciènne et Médiévale 15 (1948), 95-96; J.B. Schneyer, Repertorium der Lateinischen Sermones des Mittelalters V, 171; B. de Troeyer, Bio-bibliographia Franciscana ante Saeculum XVI (Nieuwkoop, 1974) I, 1-4; DThC XIII, 2750; DSpir XIII, 734-735.

 

 

 

 

Robertus de Leicester (d. after 1300)

Computist. Studied and taught at the Oxford Studium, where he was the 48th Franciscan regent master. In 1294, he dedicated to Richard Swinfield, bishop of Hereford, his treatise De Ratione Temporum sive de Computo Hebraeorum Aptato ad Kalendarium Latinorum, which in a way implements a part of Bacon's ideas concerning the renovation of the sciences (see his remarks in the Opus Majus and in the Opus Tertium. In the 1320s, he still was resident of the Oxford convent, and one of the two magistri extranei of Balliol college. He might have died at Lichfield in 1348 (yet A.G. Little thinks that there is no proof of that). Aside from this computist work, he also must have produced a Sentences commentary, Quodlibeta, and an Enchiridion Paenitentiale. Only the last work can be charted in the manuscripts.

manuscripts

De Ratione Temporum sive de Computo Hebraeorum Aptato ad Kalendarium [1294]: Oxford, Bodl., Digby 212 (14th cent.) ff. 2r-8v.

Enchiridion Paenitentiale (…) ex Distinctionibus (…) Roberti de Leycester: Oxford, Pembroke College 220.

literature

Emden, O., ; A.-G. Little, ‘Leicester (Robert of)’, Dictionary of National Biography XXXII (London, 1892), 426; DThCat. XIII, 2750-2751; Sharpe, Handlist, 565; C.P.E. Nothaft, Medieval Latin Christian Texts on the Jewish Calendar (London, 2014).

 

 

 

 

Robertus de Leicester (Leicestrius, Legicester, d. after 1325)

Present in Avignon around 1322-1324 in the context of the poverty controversy. Thereafter Doctor in theology at Oxford in 1324 and regent lector at Oxford between 1324-5 (48th Franciscan regent lector there). In July 1325 mentioned as one of the two magistri extranei of Balliol College. Aside from his writings on Franciscan poverty, none of his works (including possibly an Apocalypse commentary. based on his magisterial biblical lectures) seem to have survived. There is some uncertainty concerning the date of his death. Bale suggests he died at Lichfield in 1348, whereas Little mentions the death of a friar named Robert of Leicester in 1334.

manuscripts

De Paupertate Christi/Super egenum [written while in Avignon, ca. later 1322-23]: Cambridge, Univ. Library, Add. 3571 (Phillipps 9730) (late 14th cent., Lincol Cathedral) ff. 246r-249v

literature

J. Bale, Scriptorum Illustrium maioris Brytannie,I (Basel, 1557), 428; Emden, Oxford II, 1142; A.G. Little, The Grey Friars in Oxford (Oxford, 1892), 168-69; A.G. Little, Collectanea franciscana,I, British Society of Franciscan Studies 5 (Aberdeen, 1914) 149; B. Smalley, Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum 26 (1956), 52-53; Conrad Walmsley, 'Two long lost works of William Woodford and Robert of Leicester', Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 46 (1953), 458-470; Conrad Walmsley, 'Robert of Leicester's Treatise on Evangelical Poverty', Collectanea Franciscana 30 (1960), 78-100, 176-207; Sharpe, Handlist, 565; DHGE XXXI, 267-268.

 

 

 

Robertus de Orford (de Colletorte/de Tortocollo/de Hereford, d. after 1293)

Between 1282-84 Bacc. Theol. Preached in Oxford in 1293.

manuscripts

Sermones de tempore: Worcester Cath., Q 46 f. 278v-281r; Oxford, New College, 92 (13th cent.) ff. 99r-100r

Comm. in Libros Naturales Aristotelis did not survive?

In I-IV Sent. did not survive? [Referred to by Henry of Gent and Giles of Rome. See Vella, I, 20-23]

Contra Dicta Magistri Henrici de Gandavo: Cambridge, Peterhouse, 129 pt. I (14th cent.); Paris, BN, Lat. 362 [Sharpe: flyleaves] (14th cent.); Vat.Lat. 987 (14th cent.) ff. 1r-128v; Rome, Bibl. Vallicelliana E. 30 (14th cent.) ff. 119r-178r [See also Vella]

De Unitate Formae did not survive? [Referred to in Robert's writings against Henry of Gent, and mentioned as well in the Correctorium Corruptorii Sciendum]

Quaestiones in Sententias Lombardi: Klosterneuburg, Stiftsbibl. CCL 322 (ca. 1300) ff. 2r-6 [Stegmüller, Sent., 747]

Quodlibeta did not survive?

Reprobationes Dictorum a Fratre Aegidio in I Sententiarum: Oxford, Merton College, 276 (14th cent.), ff. 21r-51r

Responsiones: Assisi, Bibl. Comun. 158 (13th cent.) ff. 30v, 66v, 334v-335r (=qq. 12, 76, 196)

?Comm. in Iesaiam did not survive? [maybe also a false ascription. Might be the work of Robertus de Anglia, OP]

editions

Correctorium Corruptorii Sciendum, ed. P. Glorieux, Bibliothèque Thomiste, 31 (Paris, 1956)

Reprobationes Dictorum a Fratre Aegidio in I Sententiarum, ed. A.P. Vella, Bibliothèque thomiste, 38 (Paris, 1968)

literature

Schneyer, V, 219; A.P. Vella, Robert of Orford and His Place in the Scolastic Controversies at Oxford in the Late Thirteenth Century, Blitt. Diss. (Oxford, 1946); Sharpe, Handlist, 567-568; Francis E. Kelley, 'Robert Orford's attack on Giles of Rome', The Thomist 51 (1987), 70-96; Francis E. Kelley, 'Two early English Thomists: Thomas Sutton and Robert Orford vs. Henry of Ghent', The Thomist 45 (1981), 345-387.

 

 

 

Robertus de Ware (second half thirteenth century)

English friar. Entered the Franciscan order ca. 1265-68. Studied in Oxford. Known for his Rosarium Beatae Mariae Virginis, a collection of five sermons for each of the five feasts of the Virgin

manuscripts

Rosarium Beatae Mariae Virginis/Mariale (sermons): London, Gray's Inn 7 (first half 14th cent.) [Prologus in Rosarium B.M. Virginis] ff. 62-138v

literature

Schneyer, V, 330-333; G.R. Owst, ‘Some Franciscan Memorials at Gray’s Inn’, Dublin Review 176 (1925), 281-284; Sharpe, Handlist, 577.

 

 

 

Robertus Eliphatus (Robert Eliphat, fl. mid-fourteenth cent.)

English friar. Taught at Paris.

manuscripts

Quaestiones [seven questions]: Paris BN Lat. 15888 ff. 183r-164v

literature

Wadding, Annales VII, 170; Fabricius, Bibliotheca VI, 398; Stegmüller Rep. Comm. I, 359-360 (no. 736); Doucet 79 (no. 736); A. Patin, ‘Trois maîtres franciscains dans le manuscrit latin 15888 de la Bibliothèque National de Paris’, Franziskanische Studien 66 (1984), 265-284.

 

 

 

Robertus Halifax (d. after 1350)

manuscripts

In I-II Sent.: Madrid Univ. 118.2.16 ff.1-99r & ff 133r-177v [See for other manuscripts and an introduction to the work: W.J. Courtenay, `Some Notes on Robert of Halifax OFM', Franciscan Studies, 33 (1973), 135-142

Quaestio Theologiae: Vat.Lat. 435 ff. 58v-59r & ff. 89r-124v.

literature

Stegmüller, Sent., 736; Doucet, AFH, 47 (1954), 164; W.J. Courtenay, `Some Notes on Robert of Halifax OFM', Franciscan Studies, 33 (1973), 135-142; Sharpe, Handlist, 552; Kimberly Georgedes, 'Robert of Halifax', Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy. Philosophy between 500 and 1500 (Dordrecht, 2011), 1153-1155 & A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages, ed. Jorge J.E. Gracía & Timothy B. Noone (Oxford, 2003), 607-608.

 

 

 

 

Robertus Harding (fl. c. 1420)

English Friar, active in Scotland. Supporter of the cause of the anti-pope Benedict XIII against the acceptance of Martin V’s authority in Scotland.

literature

John Durkan, ‘Robert Harding, English Franciscan, and Scotland’, Innes Review 49 (1998), 86-88.

 

 

 

Robert Marsh (d. ca. 1263)

Official in the household of bishop Robert Grosseteste. For his administrative writings in this context, see: Annals of Burton, ed. H.R. Luard, Annales Monastici, Rolls Series 36 (1864-9), I, 425-9; S. Gieben, `Robert Grosseteste at the Papal Curia, Lyons 1250', Collectanea Franciscana 41 (1971), 340-393.

 

 

 

Robert Messier (Robert Le Messier, d. 1546)

OFMConv-OFMObs. French friar. Took the habit in the Amiens convent in the French province (c. 1480?). Studied theology and reached the magisterium theologiae at the University of Paris. Guardian of the Amiens convent in 1497. Apparently had some difficulties at the custodial and provincial level when he tried to introduce the regular Observance in the Amiens convent (1502). Thereupon minister general Aegidius Delphini chose him and a colleague to reform all not yet Observant convents in the French province (1503, cf. AFH 69 (1976), 118-120). Robert was guardian of the Troyes convent (1504), commissioner for the minister general at the Paris convent (1525), and guardian of the Paris convent (1526). Two times (1523 and 1529) he was chosen provincial minister of the French province, and afterwards he was for some years custodian of the Vermandois custody (1532-1535). In the late 1530s or early 1540s he retreated as confessor to the monastery of Sorores Minores of Longchamp, where already during the 1520s he had acted as spiritual counsellor of the nuns. He died there on 23 July 1546, and was buried in the convent church (not far from the grave of the beatified Isabelle of France (d. 1270)). During his lifetime, Robert Messier published a sermon collection (Super Epistolas, February 1525/new edition in 1531). Aside from this, he wrote an Adresse de Salut for the Poor Clare Marie de Livres of Longchamp. According to the Acta Sanctorum (AASS 31 August VI (Antwerp, 1743), 796-797), Robert would also have composed an Officium for the commemoration of Isabelle of France. Thus far, this latter work has not been found.

manuscripts/editions

Super Epistolas et Evangelia totius quadragesimae Sermones (Paris: Cl. Chevallon, 15 Febr. 1525/Paris: J.Petit, 1531)/Roberti Messier, ordinis Minorum, super epistolas et evangelia totius quadragesimae sermones divinarum scripturarum sententiis uberiùs abundantes (Paris: Andr. Boucard, 1530). [The 1525 edition, an exemplar of which can be found at the Franciscan provincial library of Toulouse, contains a privilige accorded by the parliament of Paris, mentioning Robert Messier as commissioner for the minister general at the Grand Couvent de Paris. Both editions contain a complete cycle of sermons from Ash Wednesday to the Octave of Easter, going back to sermons held in Paris, 1513.]

Adresse de Salut: MS Paris BN Français 1888 ff. 1-136v [The manuscript is a 1523 copy made by the Franciscan friar François Le Herice, who at that time was confessor at Longchamp. The work, adressed at the sister Marie de Livres (and other female religious of the Sorores Minores of Longchamp) consists of two books. The first one (ff. 1-34v) deals with the road of purgation. It means to purge the spiritual eyes by means of three ‘journeys’: through confusion, confession and satisfaction. The second book (ff. 35r-136v) follows the road of illumination, and focuses on the gifts of God that illuminate our attempts at sanctifying the self, namely proper confidence, the help of the guardian angel, Christ’s redeeming work, the efficacy of grace, the usefulness of creation as an image of God, Holy Scripture, the sacraments, spiritual peace, etc. The author made abundant use of biblical citations, images and analogies drawn from sacred and profane history, and repeatedly refers to the Church fathers (esp. Augustine) and acknowledged meditative authorities (notably Bernard of Clairveaux). According to Robert Sauzet (1994), 169, the work was also edited in 1523 and 1531, but I have not yet found these editions]

>>? Sermones: MS Paris BN Français 1888 ff. 137-146 [Two anonymous sermons directed at female religious, which could well be of Robert Messier]

>>? Officium B. Isabellae: Cf. AASS 31 Aug. VI (Antwerp, 1743), 796-797.

literature

Sbaralea, Supplementum III, 56-57; AFH 3 (1910), 535; La France Franciscaine 3 (1914), 198-200, 351; AFH 19 (1926), 257-258; Revue d’histoire franciscaine 3 (1926), 438; AFH 37 (1944), 30; Franciscana-Bijdragen 10 (1955), 48; Hugues Dedieu, ‘Messier (Le Messier; Robert)’, DSpir X, 1092-1093; 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), 169.

 

 

 

Robertus Novellus Ebolensis (Roberto Novella da Eboli, d. after 1580)

OFMCap & OFMObs. Preacher

literature

Francesco Azzopardi, Roberto Novella da Eboli, francescano predicatore a Malta (1565) e a Mantova (1568) (Malta, Curia Provinciale dei Cappuccini, 2000). [Cf. review in Collectanea Franciscana 71 (2001), 349f.]

 

 

 

Robertus Nutus (Roberto Nuti, d. ca. 1682)

OFMConv. Hagiographer, known for his works on Giuseppe da Copertino.

editions

Vita Servi Dei Ioseph a Copertino (Palermo, 1678)

literature

Bonaventura Danza, ‘P. Roberto Nuti OFMConv.: attualità e attendibilità di un biografo’, Santo dei voli (nov.-dic. 2002), 10-12.

 

 

 

Robertus Pontevicus (Roberto Pontevico, d. 1670)

OFMCap

literature

Giuseppe Fusari, Uomini e vicende nella storia di Pontevico. Appunti e contributi per la storia della chiesa di Pontevico (Manerbio, Tipolitografia Bressanelli, 2000), 149-167; Giuseppe Fusari, ‘Fra Roberto Pontevico e i PP. Cappuccini di origine pontevichese (1592-1792)’,  Pontevico. Periodico della Parrocchia di Pontevico 20:1 (2000), 43-49 & 20:2 (2000), 37-44.

 

 

 

Robertus Selke (fl. c. 1300)

English friar. Possible author of the Fasciculus/Fasciculum Morum. The work has also been ascribed to the Franciscan John Spiser.

editions

Fasciculus Morum: A Fourteenth-Century Preacher’s Handbook, ed. & trans. Siegfried Wenzel (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989). The work deals in seven chapters with the seven deadly sins. Each vice is treated together with its virtuous counterpart (the extirpatrix of the sin in question). Hence, exempla-like materials are collected on 1. superbia/humilitas; 2. ira/patientia; 3. invidia/caritas; 4. avaricia/paupertas; 5. accidia/contricio; 6. gula/sobrietas; 7. luxuria/castitas. In between explanations and tales concerning these sins/virtues many other elements are inserted: the Pater Noster, the Creed, the Ten Commandmentd and various stories

literature

A.G. Little, Studies in English Franciscan History (Manchester, 1917), 139-157; Frances A. Foster, 'Some English Words from the 'Fasciculus Morum'', in: Essays and Studies in Honour of Carleton Brown (New York, 1940), 149-154; Frances A. Foster, 'A note on the "Fasciculus Morum"', Franciscan Studies N.S. 8 (1948), 202-204; Siegfried Wenzel, 'The English Verses in the Fasciculus Morum', in: Chaucer and Middle English Studies in Honour of Rossell Hope Robbins, ed. Beryl B. Rowland (London, 1974), 230-248; S. Wenzel, Verses in Sermons: Fasciculus Morum and its Middle English Poems (Cambridge MA: Mediaeval Academy of America, 1978); Robert F. Yeager, ''Oure englisshe' and everyone's Latin: the "Fasciculus Morum" and Gower's "Confessio Amantis"', South Atlantic Review 46 (1981), 41-53; Alan J. Fletcher, 'The Authorship of the Fasciculus Morum: A Review of the Evidence of Bodleian MS Barlow 24', Notes and Queries 30 (1983), 205-207; Siegfried Wenzel, 'Fasciculus Morum', Lexikon des Mittelalters IV (1989), 303; W.P. Grainger, Towards an Edition of the Fasciculus Morum, PhD. Thesis (University of East Anglia, 1990); Sarah Anne Gray, The Use of Exempla in the Fasciculus Morum, PhD. Thesis (Wilfrid Laurier University (Canada), 1995); Bengt Löfstedt, 'Notizen zum Fasciculus morum', Filologia Mediolatina. Rivista della Fondazione Ezio Franceschini 5 (1998), 291-298; Annette Kehnel, ‘The narrative tradition of the medieval Franciscan friars on the British Isles. Introduction to the sources’, Franciscan Studies 63 (2005), 461-530 (496-497).

 

 

 

Rochus Alhondiga (Roco Alhondiga, d. 1731)

OFMDesc. Spanish friar of the St. Joseph province. Travelled to the Philippines in 1721. On 2 october of that year, he travelled on to China. Studied Cantonese and died at Canton on 4 March 1731. An (unfinished) missionary account has survived but has not yet been published.

manuscripts

Relacion de los arabajos y frutos apostolicos de los religiosos franciscanos en el vasto imperio de la China>>

literature

Marcellino da Civezza, Saggio di bibliografia sanfrancescana (Prato, 1879), 13.

 

 

 

Rochus Figueredo (Roque Figueredo, fl. early 17th cent.)

OFM. Franciscan preacher and missionary in Mexico. Took part in the 1604 expedition of Juan de Oñate.

manuscripts

Relación del viage a Nuevo México, manuscript apparently kept in the Convento Grande de San Francisco of Mexico. Cf. Also Antonio de León Pinelo, Epítome de la Bibliotheca Oriental y Occidental náutico y geográfica.

literature

Carlos García-Romeral Pérez, Bio-bibliografía de Viajeros Españoles (siglos XVI-XVII) (Madrid: Ollero & Ramos, 1998), 109 (no. 442).

 

 

 

Rochus Ibanez (Roque Ibáñez, fl. c. 1770)

OFM. Preacher in the Cartagena province.

literature

AIA 38 (1935), 97-98; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 129 (no. 431).

 

 

 

Rodrigo Alvarez Pacheco (17th cent.)

El serafín humano [1640]: Madrid. Nac. 3975 [Castro, Madrid, no. 216]

 

 

 

Rodrigo de Deus (d. 1622)

OFMDisc…

literature

Luís de Sá Fardilha, ‘D. Manuel de Portugal, leitor de Fr. Rodrigo de Deus O.F.M.’, Via Spiritus 4 (1997), 57-79.

 

 

 

Rodríguez de Jesús Sacramentado (Rodrigo Betancurt/Vetancur, fl. early 18th cent.)

OFM. Member of the Santísimo Nombre de Jesús province (Guatemala). Probably to be identified with the Rodrigo de Vetancur mentioned in a document from 1690. This source indicates that Rodrigo/Rodriguez was a Creole, who entered the Franciscan order in Guatemala in 1677. He was well-versed in a series of indigenous languages. Novice master in the late 1680s and guardian/vicar of the Guatemala friary in 1690. Guardian of the Colegio de Cristo Crucificado by 1707 and custos in 1712. Beforehand, he traveled in 1702 to Niguaragua, to help create the Hospicio de Propaganda Fide of Granada.

editions

Decachordo seráfico (Guatemala, 1688).

Exposición de la regla de S. Francisco para instrucción de los novicios de Guatemala (Guatemala, 1715/1772/1852).

Modo de orar los divertidos y los pobres que non saben leer (Guatemala, 1717).

Novena de San Diego de Alcala Religioso de N.S.P. Francisco (Guatemala, 1719).

El candor de la luz eterna (Guatemala, 1734). Later editions followed.

Historia y Burlas de la Sierpe al Pecador Unpublished?Arte para descubrir a los brujos Unpublished?

Tratado de las Supersticiones de los Indios de Matagalpa, Xinotega, Muimui y otros del partido de Sevaco, y de los diferentes enredos con que el Demonio engaña a los que se llaman Bruhos Unpulished?

Dechado y Ejemplar de Sermones conforme a la práctica que hoy se usa Unpublished?

Arte de ganar Almas para Dios Unpublished?

Artificio para discurrir en la Ciencia moral Unpublished?

literature

AIA 33 (1930), 77-78; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Eleanor B. Adams (Washington D.C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 17-18; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 170 (no. 727).

 

 

 

Rodrigo del Portillo (d. 1636)

OFM. Friar from the Santiago province.

literature

AIA 27 (1927), 54-55; AIA 15 (1955), 403; AIA 26 (1966), 194-200; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografía de las bibliografias franciscanas españolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. Cisneros, 1982), 166 (no. 690).

 

 

 

Rodrigo de Sintra (fl. late 14th cent.)

Portuguese friar from Sintra. Lived in the Lisbon convent in the 1370s. Official preacher of king João I. Inquisitor and provincial minister of the Santiago province. Some sermons of him seem to survive.

manuscripts and editions

See literature

literature

Esperança, Cronica Serafica I, 211 & II, 359, 404, 413, 416, 515-516; 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), 469f.

 

 

 

Rodríguez Mohedano (18th cent.)

OFM

manuscripts

Cartas autógrafas: Madrid, Nac., 2227 [Castro, no. 122]

literature

J. Sempere y Guarinos, Ensayo de una biblioteca española de los mejores escritos del reynado de Carlos III, IV (Madrid, 1787), 66-72

 

 

 

Rudolphus Gasser (Rudolphus von Schwyz/Rudolf Gasser/Josef Karl Seewen, 1647-1709)

OFMCap. Swiss friar. Born on 21 April, 1647 as son of Johann Rudolf and Maria Clara Ceberg. Entered the Capucin order in Altdorf in 1664. Studied arts and theology in Luzern, Solothurn and later at the Helvetian College of Milan (established by Carolus Boromeus). After that, he embarked on a career as catechistic preacher and religious controversialist. Guardian of the monastery of Schwyz between 1689 and 1692. Between 1692-95 guardian in Näfels and from 1697 in Rapperswil. Between 1700 and 1703 guardian in Wil, after 1704 in Zug and after 1707 in Arth. He also worked as urban preacher in Zug, Sursee and Solothurn. After his appointment as guardian of the Näfels friary in 1692, he wrote in defense of Swiss Catholics in the Glaris canton. The subsequent controvery made that he had to leave the Glarus canton in 1695. This did not stop his polemic altercations, however, for instance with the Protestant authors Johann Heinrich Fäsi, Claudius Schobinger and Anton Tschudi. Aside from his defensory and polemic works, he is known for his large catechism, the massive 3 volume courtly as well as heroic 'romance' Außforderung Mit Aller-demütigst gebottnem Vernunft-Trutz... (1686-88), sermon collection and a dialogue on Scripture (Warheits-Sonne. Das ist Die Heilige Schrift).

editions

Außforderung Mit Aller-demütigst gebottnem Vernunft-Trutz An alle Atheisten, Machiavellisten, gefährliche Romanen, und falsch-politische Welt-Kinder Zu einem Zwey-Kampff Auff dem Plan kurtzweiliger Dichtung, mit dem Schwerdt, der sonderbaren Beweißthumben: Also ein Gedichte, mit Warheit-besprengte Historia Von Philologo einem Portugesischen Cavalieren, Und Carabella einer Käyserin in China (Zug: Müller 1686-1688), 3 Vols. (Zug, 1686-1688/second edition Augsburg-Innsbruck, 1749). In fact a ‘novel’ with the Portuguese ‘knight’ Philologo and the Chinese ‘princess’ Carabella as main protagonists, on the missionary situation in China.

Ein kostbarer Schatz. Das ist: Fünffzehen gute Ratschläg eines wahren Freunds der Evangelischen Glarneren (Zug, 1695).  Four editions in all. This work lead to a hefty controversy with Protestant writers, such as the pastors Johann-Heinrich Fäsi and Claudius Schobinger. Between 1696 and 1701, Rudolf wrote at least six refutals/defenses against the comments given by his Protestant opponents.

Grosser Catechismus. Das ist Newe Predigen nacht dem kleinen Catechismo R.P. Canisii, 2 Vols. (Luzern, 1704-1705/second edition Ibidem, 1740). Consisting of 124 catechetical sermons on the sacraments, faith itself, hope, prayer, and the decalogue.

Warheits-Sonne. Das ist Die Heilige Schrift (Zug, 1706). A religious dialogue almost completely based on textfpassages taken from the Bible.

literature

L. Signer, ‘Pflege des Schrifttums in der Schweizer Provinz’, Die Schweizerische Kapuzinerprovinz. Ihr Werden und Wirken (Einsiedeln, 1928), 349-353; Melchior de Pobladura, Historia Generalis Ordinis Fratrum Minorum Capuccinorum, II, 2 (Rome, 1948), 78, 237, 488; Justinian von Oberegg, ‘P. Rudolf Gassers kampf 1695-1701’, Collectanea helvetico-franciscana 5 (1950), 97-125; LexCap, 1483-1484; LThK, 2nd ed. IV, 525; DThCat XIV, 1591-1593; Helvetia Sacra Abt. V. II, 1st part (Bern, 1974), 180, 410, 464, 590, 717, 749; P. Schwitter, Das Kapuzinerkloster Näfels, 1675-1975 (Näfels, 1975), 108-115; Christian Schweizer & Rosmarie Zeller, ‘Gasser, Rudolf’, Historisches Lexikon der Schweiz V, 109.

 

 

 

Rogerus (Roger the Englishman, probably 15th cent.)

Probably an English friar working on the continent. Described in the incipit of his Abbreviatio as: `egregrium presbyterum ac in sacra pagina virum doctissimum fratrem Rogerium anglicum ordinis minorum'. Connection/identification with Robert the Englisman?

manuscripts

Abbreviatio Operis Egregii Magistri Ioannis Scoti super IV Libros Sententiarum: Pittsburgh, University Library 2 (AD 1474)

editions

Abbreviatio, Prologus, ed. G.E. Mohan, Franciscan Studies, 6 (1946), 218-225 (219-225)

literature

Stegmüller, Sent., 750; K. Guinaugh, `An Unpublished Manuscript of Rogerius Anglicus', Speculum, 9 (1934), 91-94.

 

 

 

Roger Bacon (Rogerus Baco, 1214-1292)

English friar. Possibly from the Ilchester or Gloucester region. Studied the liberal arts at Oxford (either c. 1227/28 or 1235/6), where, according to some modern scholars, he was influenced by the teachings of Grosseteste. Further studies of the arts in Paris and active as master of arts (before 1245). Return to Oxford ca. 1251. Pursuit of sciences and study of theology. In 1257 return to Paris, ailments. C. 1256/7 entrance in the Franciscan order. According to established historiographical traditions, Robert was repeatedly under attack by order superiors for his scientific enthousiasm (which exhibited itself in a wide range of writings), and was regularly held in confinement. This is to en extent questioned by more recent scholarship (for instance by Amanda Power). He was asked by pope Clement IV to present his scholarly reformist, in part apocalyptically inspired, educational program in 1267. This resulted in Bacon's triple Opus: the Opus Majus, the Opus Minus and the Opus Tertium. In the 1270s and after, Bacon held several teaching positions and continued his academic output on a large number of issues. He died shortly after the completion of his Compendium Studii Theologiae in 1292. Throughout the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Bacon’s influence can predominantly be traced in the fields of epistemology/semantics, perspective theory/optics, (al)chemy/medicine, and interpretations of ‘scientia experimentalis’.

manuscripts

Sermo de Experientia: a.o.Vat.Lat. 4091 ff. 54r-67v

De Potestate Artis et Naturae: a.o.Vat.Lat. 4091 ff. 67v-76r

[Pseudo Roger Bacon] De Retardatione Accidentium Senectutis: a.o. Vat.Lat. 4091 ff. 76-93; Oxford, Bodl. Bodley 211

[Pseudo Roger Bacon] Tractatus de Simplici Medicina: London, Royal College of Physicians 351 ff. 5-45v (15th cent.)

De Naturis Metallorum: a.o. Vat.Lat. 4092 ff. 8-17r

Tractatus de Perspectiva: a.o. Vat. Lat. 3102 ff. 1ra-27rb; 2975 ff. 80r-146v

Perspectiva: Oxford, Bodl. Digby 77 ff. 1-82 (14th cent.)

De Leone Viridi [Raymundus Gaufredi?]: London, British Museum, Add. 46139 ff. 103, 105-107b (16th cent.)

De Lapide Magnetis:

De Potestate Artis:

Etc. (to be continued): For more information on manuscripts, see esp. A.G. Little, Roger Bacon. Essays on the Seventh Centenary of his Birth (Oxford, 1914), 375-425, as well as the presentation of manuscripts in the editions of Steele & Delorme mentioned below.

editions

Opus Minus, ed. J.S. Brewer, Rolls Series, 15 (London, 1859), 313-389.

Opus Majus, ed. J.H. Bridges, 3 Vols. (Oxford, 1897-1900/Repr. Frankfurt a.M., 1964).

Rogeri Baconis Moralis Philosophia, ed. E. Massa (Verona-Zürich, 1953) [=Part VII of the Opus Majus]

De Signis, ed. K.M. Fredborg et.al., Traditio, 34 (1978), 75-136 [=chapter from the third part of the Opus Majus unedited by Bridges]; Opus maius. Eine moralphilosophische Auswahl. Lateinisch-Deutch, ed. & trans. Pia A. Antolic-Piper, Herders Bibliothek der Philosophie des Mittelalters, 13 (Freiburg-Basel-Vienna: Herder, 2008) [cf. review in Collectanea Franciscana 79 (2009), 366-368 & Wissenschaft & Weisheit 73 (2010), 119-124]; Filosofia, scienza, teologia dall’Opus Maius, ed. Valeria Sorge & Fabio Seller (Rome, 2010); Patrick Dennis, Roger Bacon’s mathematical thought: A translation of Part IV of the ‘Opus Maius’ with introduction and commentary, PhD. Diss (University of Texas at Dallas, 2011) [see: http://search.proquest.com/dissertations/docview/921925660/135A8FF348919D35709/114?accountid=14632].

Opus Tertium, ed. J.S. Brewer, Rolls Series, 15 (1859), 3-310/ ed. [with corrections and extensions] A.G. Little, British Society of Franciscan Studies, 4 Oxford, 1912)/ ed. P. Duhem, Un fragment inédit de l'Opus Tertium de Roger Bacon (Quaracchi, 1909)

Tractatus de Influentiis Agentium. Prologus, ed. F. Delorme, Antonianum 18 (1943), 81-90.

Compendium Studii Philosophiae, ed. J.S. Brewer, Rolls Series, 15 (1859), 393-519 [maybe part of his proposed but apparently never completed Compendium Philosophiae]

Epistola ad Clementem IV Papam [1267=introductory summary of the Opus Maius, the Opus Minus and the Opus Tertium], ed. E. Bettoni (Milan, 1964) [Older edition: F.A. Gasquet, English Historical Review, 2 (1897), 494-517 [check!]

Tractatus Expositorius Enigmatum Alchemiae [=Appendix to the Opus Tertium], ed. A.G. Little, British Society of Franciscan Studies, 4 (Oxford, 1912) 79-89/ ed. P. Duhem, Un fragment inédit de l'Opus Tertium de Roger Bacon (Quaracchi, 1909)

Epistola de Secretis Operibus Naturae et de Nullitate Magiae, ed. J.S. Brewer, Rolls Series, 15 (London, 1859), 523-551

Tres Epistolae/Tractatus Trium Verborum, in: Sanioris Medicinae Rogeri Baconis de Arte Chymiae Scripta (Frankfurt a.M., 1603)

Grammatica Graeca, ed. in: The Greek Grammar of Roger Bacon and a Fragment of His Hebrew Grammar, ed. E. Nolan & S.A. Hirsch (Cambridge, 1902), 3-196

Grammatica Hebraica, ed. in: The Greek Grammar of Roger Bacon and a Fragment of His Hebrew Grammar, ed. E. Nolan & S.A. Hirsch (Cambridge, 1902), 202-208

Compendium Studii Theologiae, ed. H. Rashdall, British Society of Franciscan Studies, 3 (Oxford, 1911)/ ed. T.S. Maloney (Leiden, 1988).

Antidotarius, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 103-119

Communia Naturalium, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), II-IV, 1-456 [maybe part of his proposed but apparently never completed Compendium Philosophiae]

Communia Mathematica, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40) , XVI, 1-155 [maybe part of his proposed but apparently never completed Compendium Philosophiae]

Computus, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), VI, 2-198

De Balneis Senum et Seniorum, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 96-7

De Compositione Quarundam Medicinarum in Speciali quae Iuvant Sensum, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 98-102

De Conservatione Iuventutis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 120-143

De Erroribus Medicorum, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 150-171

De Graduatione Medicinarum Compositarum, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 144-149

De Universale Regimine Senum et Seniorum, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 90-95

Metaphysica de Vitiis contractis in Studio Theologiae, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), I, 1-52

Quaestiones supra Librum De Causis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XII, 1-158

Quaestiones supra Libros IV Physicorum Aristotelis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), VIII, 1-266

Quaestiones supra Libros VIII Physicorum, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XIII, 1-428

Quaestiones supra Libros Primae Philosophiae, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), X, 1-336

Quaestiones Alterae supra Libros Primae Philosophiae Aristotelis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XI, 1-170

Quaestiones supra Undecimum Primae Philosophiae Aristotelis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), VII, 1-122

Quaestiones [on Nicholas of Damascus's De Plantis], ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XI, 171-252

Secretum Secretorum, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), V, 25-172 [See: S.J. Williams, `Roger Bacon and His Edition of the Pseudo-Aristotelian Secretum Secretorum' Speculum, 69 (1994), 57-73.]

Summa de Sophismatibus et Distinctionibus, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XIV, 135-208

Quaestio Disputata de Intellectu, ed. in: De humanae cognitionis ratione anecdota quaedam seraphici doctoris Sancti Bonaventurae et nonnullorum ipsius Discipulorum (Quaracchi, 1883), 197-220. This question used to be ascribed to Rogerus Anglicus. But Hacket (1997), p. 319 was able to make a convincing cause for the authorship of Roger Bacon

Summa Grammaticae, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XV, 1-190

Tractatus ad Declarandum Quaedam Obscure Dicta in Libro Secreti Secretorum Aristotelis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), V, 1-24

De Crisi Morborum, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 200-208

De Diebus Creticis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 186-200

De Sensu et Sensato, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XIV, 1-134

Summulae Dialectices, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XV, 193-359/ed. A. de Liberia, AHDLMA, 53 (1986), 139-289 & 54 (1987), 171-278. See also: Roger Bacon, The Art and Science of Logic. A translation of the ‘Summulae dialectices’ with notes and introduction, trans. Thomas S. Maloney, Medieval Sources in Translation, 47 (Toronto: PIMS, 2009).

De Retardatione Accidentium Senectutis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), IX, 1-83 [spurious]

Metaphysica Vetus Aristotelis, ed. R. Steele & F.M. Delorme, in: Opera Hactenus Inedita Rogeri Baconis (Oxford, 1909-40), XI, 253-312 [spurious]

De Multiplicatione Specierum, ed. D.C. Lindberg, Roger Bacon's Philosophy of Nature (Oxford, 1983), 1-269

De Speculis Comburentibus, ed. D.C. Lindberg, Roger Bacon's Philosophy of Nature (Oxford, 1983), 272-341

Perspectiva, ed. D.C. Lindberg, Roger Bacon and the Origin of ‘Perspectiva’ in the Middle Ages. A critical edition and English translation of Bacon’s ‘Perspectiva’ (Oxford, 1996) [also old edition: Frankfurt a.M., 1614] This work is the fifth part of Bacon’s Opus Majus.

Tractatus de Universalibus, ed. in: Three Treatments of Universals, ed. Th.S. Maloney (Binghampton, 1989).

Geometria Speculativa, ed. G. Molland and published in: Vestigia Mathematica. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Mathematics in H.H.L. Busard, ed. M. Folkerts & J.P. Hogendijk (Amsterdam, 1993), 265-303.

Tractatus de Tempore et Motu, ed. S.H. Thompson, Isis 24 (1937), 219-224.

De Scientia Experimentali, ed. J. Hackett, PhD Diss. (Toronto, 1978) This is the sixth part of the Opus Majus.

De Nigromantia, ed. M.A. McDonald (Gillette, New Jersey, 1988) [spurious?]

De Termino Paschali did not survive?

translations

The Opus Majus of Roger Bacon, trans. R. Belle Burke, 2 Vols. (Philadelphia, 1928).

Opus Majus: Moral Philosophy, trans. R. McKeon et.al., in: Medieval Political Philosophy: A Sourcebook (New York, 1963), 355-390.

Mathematik als die Grundlage der Wissenschaft [fragments from the Opus Majus], trans. Th.G. Bucher, in: Der Weg der Physik, ed. S. Sambursky (Zürich-München, 1975), 208-216.

Opus maius. Eine moralphilosophische Auswahl. Lateinisch-Deutch, ed. & trans. Pia A. Antolic-Piper, Herders Bibliothek der Philosophie des Mittelalters, 13 (Freiburg-Basel-Vienna: Herder, 2008) [cf. review in Collectanea Franciscana 79 (2009), 366-368 & Wissenschaft & Weisheit 73 (2010), 119-124].

Compendium of the Study of Theology, trans. Th.S. Maloney (Oxford, 1988).

Three Treatments of Universals, trans. Th.S. Maloney (Binghampton, 1989).

Lettre à Clément IV, trans. J.-M. Meiland, in: Philosophes médiévaux des XIIIe et XIVe siècles, ed. R. Imbach & M.-H. Méléard (Paris, 1986), 123-148.

Translations of De Multiplicatione Specierum & De Speculis Comburentibus, trans. D.C. Lindberg, published in Idem, Roger Bacon's Philosophy of Nature (Oxford, 1983).

Translation of De Perspectiva, trans. D.C. Lindberg, in: Idem, Roger Bacon and the Origins of Perspectiva in the Middle Ages (Oxford, 1996).

The Errors of the Doctors According to Friar Roger Bacon, trans. M.C. Welborn, Isis 18 (1932), 26-62.

Roger Bacon on the Nullity of Magic, trans. T.L. Davis (New York, 1982).

The Mirror of Alchemy, trans. Stanton J. Linden (New York, 1992).

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Theologie und Wissenschaften bei Roger Bacon, Veröffentlichungen der Johannes-Duns-Scotus-Akademie, 24 (Mönchengladbach: Kühlen Verlag, 2007) [see review in Collectanea Franciscana 78 (2008), 382-385]; Jeremiah Hackett, ‘Experience and Demonstration in Roger Bacon: a critical Review of some Modern Interpretations’, in: Erfahrung und Beweis. Die Wissenschaften von der Natur im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert, ed. Alexander Fidora & Matthias Lutz?Bachmann (Berlin: Akademie?Verlag, 2007), 41-58; Pia Antolic-Piper, ‘Zur Begründung von Theologie im Horizont von Philosophie, Heiliger Schrift und Weisheit bei Roger Bacon OFM’, in: What Is ‘Theology’ in the Middle Ages? Religious Cultures of Europe (11th–15th Centuries) as Reflected in Their Self-Understanding, ed. Mikolaj Olszewski, Archa Verbi: Yearbook for the Study of Medieval Theology, Subsidia, 1 (Münster: Aschendorff, 2007), 673-694; Amanda Power, ‘In the Last Days at the End of the World: Roger Bacon and the Reform of Christendom’, in: Acts of the Franciscan History Conference held at the Franciscan International Study Centre on 9th September 2006, ed. J. Rohrkasten and M. Robson, Canterbury Studies in Franciscan History, 1 (Canterbury, 2008), 135-151; Amanda Power, 'Roger Bacon and the Reform of Christendom', in: A Pilgrimage Through the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition, ed. André Cirino & Josef Raischl (Canterbury: Franciscan International Study Centre, 2008), 101-116; Séamus Mulholland, ‘The Oxford Tradition on the Eve of Duns Scotus (1229-1288)’, in: A Pilgrimage Through the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition, ed. André Cirino & Josef Raischl (Canterbury: Franciscan International Study Centre, 2008), 117-144; Amanda Power, ‘In the last days at the end of the world', Canterbury Studies in Franciscan History 1 (2008), 135-151; Hyrum La Turner, Roger Bacon’s Faith in Science, PhD. Diss (Chicago: U. of Chicago, 2008); Diego Fernando Barragán Giraldo, ‘Aproximación a Roger Bacon desde una reflexión hermenéutico-crítica de la cultura’, Carthaginensia: Revista de estudios e investigación 24 (2008), 93-105; Francesco Bottin, ‘Ruggero Bacone e Guglielmo di Ockham: alle origini di una scienza francescana’, Convivium Assisiense 10:1 (2008), 29-60; Patrizia Di Patre, ‘Conicimiento y experiencia en la dimension mística. Rogero Bacon y Teresa de Avila’, Cienca Tomistica 136 (2009), 101-121; Günther Mensching, Roger Bacon, Zugänge zum Denken des Mittelalters, 4 (Münster: Aschendorff, 2009). [review in Wissenschaft & Weisheit 73 (2010), 115-118]; Yael Raizman-Kedar, ‘The Intellect Naturalized: Roger Bacon on the Existence of Corporal Species within the Intellect’, in: Evidence and Interpretation in Studies on Early Science and Medicine. Essays in Honor of John E. Murdoch, ed. Edith Dudley Sylla & William R. Newman (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009), 131-157; Louis Basset, ‘Priscien dans la grammaire grecque de Roger Bacon’, in: Priscien. Transmission et refondaton de la grammaire de l’Antiquité aux Modernes, ed. Marc Baratin, Bernard Colombat & Louis Holts, Studia artistarum. Études sur la Faculté des Arts dans les Universités Médiévales, 21 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009), 521-534; 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; Agosto Paravicini Bagliani, ‘Riflessioni intorno alla paternià baconiana del Liber sex scientiarum’, in: ‘Vita Longa’. Vecchiaia e durata della vita nella tradizione medica e aristotelica antica e medievale, ed. Chiara Crisciani, Luciana Repici & Pietro B. Rossi, Micrologus Library, 33 (Tavarnuzze-Florence: SISMEL-Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2009); Timothy Johnson, ‘Roger Bacon’s critique of Franciscan preaching’, in: Institution und Charisma. Festschrift für Gert Melville, ed. Franz Joseph Felten, Annette Kehnel & Stefan Weinfurter (Cologne, 2009), 541-548; Roger Marcus Jackson, The prolongation of life in early modern English literature and culture, with emphasis on Francis Bacon, PhD. Diss. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2010); Johannes Schlageter, ‘Neues zum mittelalterlichen Franziskanergelehrten Roger Bacon (1214/20-1292): ein Literaturbericht’, Wissenschaft und Weisheit 73 (2010), 114-124; Tom Müller, ‘Über einige Gemeinsamkeiten zweier, Robert Grosseteste und Roger Bacon zugeschriebener ‘Compoti’ und der Schrift ‘De reparatione kalendarii’ des Nicolaus Cusanus’, in: Nikolaus von Kues: De venatione sapientiae: Akten des Symposions in Trier vom 23. bis 25. Oktober 2008, ed. Walter Andreas Euler & Werner Beierwaltes , Mitteilungen und Forschungsbeiträge der Cusanus-Gesellschaft, 32 (2010), 267-281; Jeremiah Hackett, ‘The Reception of Roger Bacon in the 13th Century and in the Early Modem Period’, in: Lumière et vision dans les sciences et dans les arts: de l’antiquité au XVIIe siècle, ed. Michel Hochmann & Danielle Jacquart, École Pratique des Hautes Études, 5, Hautes études médiévales et modernes, 97 (Genève, 2010), 149-162; Timothy Johnson, ‘Preaching precedes theology: Roger Bacon on the failure of mendicant education’, Franciscan Studies 68 (2010), 83-95; Nathalie Bouloux, ‘Les formes d’intégration des récits de voyage dans la géographie savante. Quelques remarques et un cas d’étude: Roger Bacon, lecteur de Guillaume de Rubrouck’, in: Géographes et voyageurs au Moyen Âge, ed. Henri Bresc & Emmanuelle Tixier du Mesnil (Nanterre, 2010), 119-146; Patrick Gautier Dalché, ‘Vers une Perfecta Locorum Doctrina: Lieu et espace géographique selon Roger Bacon’, in: Représentations et conceptions de l’espace dans la culture médiévale: Colloque Fribourgeois 2009, ed. Tiziana Suárez-Nani, Tiziana & Martin Rohde, Scrinium Friburgense, 30 (Berlin, 2011), 9-44 [cf. http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/9783110259438 ]; Amanda Power, ‘Seeking Remedies for Great Danger: Contemporary Appraisals of Roger Bacon’s Expertise’, in: Knowledge, discipline and power in the middle ages: Essays in honour of David Luscombe, ed. Joseph Canning et al., Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters ,106 (Leiden: Brill, 2011), 63-78; William Stevens, ‘Roger Bacon in Context: Empiricism in the High Middle Ages’, in: Expertus sum. L’expérience par les sens dans la philosophie naturelle médiévale, ed. Thomas Bénatouïl, Micrologus Library, 40 (Florence: SISMEL –Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2011), 123-144; Jeremiah Hackett, ‘Ego Expertus Sum: Roger Bacon’s Science and the Origins of Empiricism’, in: L’expérience par les sens dans la philosophie naturelle médiévale, ed. Thomas Bénatouïl, Micrologus Library, 40 (Florence: SISMEL –Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2011), 145-174; Amanda Power, ‘Roger Bacon’ and ‘Opus maius and related works’, in: Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History, ed. D. Thomas and B. Roggema, 4 Vols. (Leiden: Brill, 2012) IV, 457-470; Amanda Power, ‘The importance of Greeks in Latin thought: the evidence of Roger Bacon’, in: Shipping, Trade and Crusade in the Medieval Mediterranean Studies in Honour of John Pryor, ed. (Ashgate, 2012), 351-377; Timothy J. Johnson, ‘Franciscan Bodies and Souls: Bonaventure and Bacon on Scripture, Preaching and the Cura Corporis/Cura Animae’, 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), 73-89; I francescani e le scienze. Atti del XXXIX Convegno internazionale di studio. Assisi, 6-8 ottobre 2011, Convegni S.I.S.F, XXXIX, n.s. 22 (Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull'Alto Medioevo, 2012) [o.a. Jeremiah Hackett, 'Roger Bacon and the Moralization of Science: From Perspectiva through Scientia Experimentalis to Moralis Philosophia', pp. 369-392. Cf. review in Il Santo 53:3 (2013), 490-495]; Christian Trottmann, 'Roger Bacon: de la sagesse morale ou théologique aux sciences de la nature et retour', in: Pensar a natureza: problemas e respostas na filosofia medieval, séculos IX-XIV, ed. José Francisco Preto Meirinhos & Manuel Lázaro Pulido (Porto, 2012), 201-236; Zachary Matus, 'Reconsidering Roger Bacon's Apocalypticism in Light of His Alchemical and Scientific Thought', The Harvard Theological Review 105 (2012), 189-222; Rega Wood, 'What Price the Horror vacui ? Insterstitial Vacua and Aristotelian Science. Appendix: Relationship between Roger Bacon and Richard Rufus', in: La nature et le vide dans la physique médiévale: études dédiées à Edward Grant, ed. Sabine Rommevaux & Joël Biard (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), 39-60, 61-68; Irène Rosier-Catach, 'Sur l'unité et la diversité linguistique: Roger Bacon, Boèce de Dacie et Dante', 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. Alessandrp Musco et al., 2 Vols. (Palermo, 2012) I, 309-332; Antti Ruotsala, 'Roger Bacon and the Imperial Mongols of the Thirteenth Century', in: The Steppe Lands and the World Beyond Them: Studies in Honor of Victor Spinei on His 70th Birthday, ed. Florin Curta & Bogdan-Petru Maleon (2013), 345-354; Amanda Power, Roger Bacon and the Defense of Christendom, Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought. Fourth Series (Cambridge: CUP, 2013) [review in AFH 106:3-4 (2013), 631-633]; Mark Abate, 'The Reorientation of Roger Bacon: Muslims, Mongols, and the Man Who Knew Everything', in: East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Transcultural Experiences in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin etc., 2013), 523-574; Costantino Marmo, 'Logique élargie et sémiotique: Albert le Grand, Roger Bacon et Gilles de Rome', in: Ad notitiam ignoti - L'Organon dans la translatio studiorum à l'époque d'Albert le Grand, ed. Julie Brumberg-Chaumont (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), 447-465; Sébastien Moureau, ‘‘Elixir atque fermentum’: new investigations about the link between pseudo-Avicenna's alchemical ‘De anima’ and Roger Bacon: alchemical and medical doctrines’, Traditio 68 (2013), 277-326; Patrick Gautier Dalché, ‘Connaissance et usages géographiques des coordonnées dans le Moyen Âge latin (du vénérable Bède à Roger Bacon)’, in: Idem, L'espace géographique au Moyen Âge, Micrologus Library (Florence: SISMEL, 2013), 257-292; Amanda Power, ‘The Cosmographical Imagination of Roger Bacon’, in: Mapping Medieval Geographies: Geographical encounters and cartographic cultures in the Latin West and beyond: 300-1600, ed. K. D. Lilley (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), 83-99; Timothy Johnson, ‘Place, Analogy, and Transcendence. Bonaventure and Bacon on the Franciscan Relationship to the World’, in: Innovation durch Deuten und Gestalten. Klöster im Mittelalter zwischen Jenseits und Welt, ed. Gert Melville, Bernd Schneidmüller & Stefan Weinfurter (Regensburg, 2014), 83-96; William Royall Newman, 'Mercury and Sulphur Among the High Medieval Alchemists: From Razi and Avicenna to Albertus Magnus and Pseudo-Roger Bacon', Ambix 61 (2014), 327-344; Matthias Heiduk, 'Roger Bacon und die Geheimwissenschaften. Ein Grenzfall für die Wissenschaftskonzeptionen von Zeitgenossen und Nachwelt', in: Was als wissenschaftlich gelten darf: Praktiken der Grenzziehung in Gelehrtenmilieus der Vormoderne, ed. Katharina Ulrike Mersch et al. (Frankfurt a.M., 2014), 109-138; Carl Philipp Emanuel Nothaft, 'Climate, Astrology and the Age of the World in Thirteenth-Century Thought: Giles of Lessines and Roger Bacon on the Precession of the Solar Apogee', Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 77 (2014), 35-60; Roger Bacon's Communia Naturalium: A 13th Century Philosopher's Workshop, ed. Paola Bernardini, Paola and Anna Rodolfi, Micrologus' Library (Florence: SISMEL, Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2014) [With articles by Jeremiah Hackett (Motion, Time and Aevum in Roger Bacon's Communia Naturalium: Context and Content); Paola Bernardini (Temporibus autem meis. Theologians' Errors with Regard to the Human Soul in Roger Bacon's Communia Naturalium); Cecilia Panti (Natural Continuity and the Mathematical Proofs against Indivisibilism in Roger Bacon's De celestibus (Communia Naturalium, II)); Anna Rodolfi (Dicitur materia propriissime et strictissime. Roger Bacon and the Ontological Status of Matter). Cf. review in TMR 06.02.32]; Eileen C. Sweeney, 'Roger Bacon and Albert the Great on Aristotle's Notion of Science', Quaestio 15 (2015), 447-456; Zachary A. Matus, Franciscans and the Elixir of Life. Religion and Science in the Later Middle Ages (University of Pennsylvania Press, June 2017); Flavia Marcacci, 'Roger Bacon's Mathematics: Demonstrative System and Metaphysics in the Communia Mathematica', Franciscan Studies 75 (2017), 407-421.

 

 

 

Rogerus Conway (d. 1360?)

Born in Conwy (northern Wales). He might have entered the Franciscan order in Chester. He did his degree studies at Oxford, reaching the magisterium theologiae in February 1355, when he possibly was already guardian of Worcester friar. The same year, he received permission to join the London friary, fulfilled several charges there (almoner, lector), and was acting provincial minister in 1357-1358. In London, he developed into a prominent defender of mendicant poverty against Richard Fitzralph, archbishop of Armagh. In 1358, he and the Dominican provincial John Tatenhall headed a delegation that traveled to Avignon in 1358, asking the pope to compel the English bishops to punish those who badmouthed mendicant friars and challenged their preaching, beggig and confession privileges. Roger Conway is known for a number of writing in defense of mendicant life and mendicant pastoral care, notably in reaction to the writings of Fitzralph (see below). Conway probably died in the London friary in 1360. According to Katherine Walsh, he legated three or more manuscripts with patristic, homiletic, exegetical and canon law materials to the friary of Chester (three eventually ended up in the London Gray's Inn library).

manuscripts

Tractatus de Regalibus Christi/Quaestiones tres de Christi paupertate et de dominio temporali : Oxford, Bodl. Rawl. G. 40 (SC 14771) pt. 3 (s. xv) ff. 42r-48r; Vienna, Österreichische Nazionalbibl. Lat. 4127 (s. xv) ff. 249r-269r. It dwells on mendicant poverty, but does not claim a specific privileged poverty position of the Franciscans.

Defensio Religionis Mendicantium/De Confessionibus contra Armachanum: Uppsala, Univ. C. 654 (s. xv) ff. 7r-31v; Cambridge, Univ. Library Li.4.5 pt. 2 (s. xv) ff. 15r-33; Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 333 (s. xv) ff. 77r-123; Oxford, Bodl. Bodley 674 (SC 2590) (s. xv) ff. 121r-158; Oxford, Corpus Christi College 182 (s. xv) ff. 37r-58; Paris, BN Lat. 3221 (s. xv) ff. 20v-46r; Paris, BN Lat. 3222 (c. 1359, Engl.) ff. 117r-158v; Vienna, Österreichische Nazionalbibl. Lat. 4127 (s. xv) ff. 221r-249r. It is a treatise defending the hearing of confessions by mendicant friars. It was a refutation of the Fitzralph’s De audientia confessionum.

Attributed: Intellectus fratrum de constitutione Vas electionis quoad negativam ibidem definitam: MS? This work on mendicant pastoral privileges is largely identical with the second part of Conway's Defensio mendicantium, focusing more on mendicant pastoral care than on mendicancy properly speaking.

editions

Defensio religionis Mendicitantium (Lyon, 1496)/reprint in: Monarchia S. Romani Imperii, ed. M. Goldast (Frankfurt a.M., 1611-14) II, 1419-1444; i>Defensio religionis Mendicitantium, Reprint (Graz, 1960) II, 1310-1344/Roger Conway and the Dispute Concerning Evangelical Poverty (With an Edition of His Tractatus de Regalia Christi), ed. Michael Commins (Dublin: University College, 1975).

literature

P. Lavery, De Fr. Rogerii Conway Vita et Operibus deque Eius Controversis cum Richardo Radulpho Archieepiscopo Armacho, Diss. (Antonianum, Rome, 1930); L.L. Hammerick, The beginnings of the Strife between Richard Fitzralph and the Mendicants (Copenhagen, 1930); Katherine Walsh, ‘Archbishop FitzRalph and the friars at the papal court in Avignon, 1357–60’, Traditio 31 (1975), 223-245, esp. 239–243; Katherine Walsh, A fourteenth century scholar and primate: Richard FitzRalph in Oxford, Avignon, and Armagh (New York: Oxford University, 1981), esp. 341–344; Sharpe, Handlist, 585-6; Fiona Somerset, Clerical Discourse and Lay Audience in Late Medieval England (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1998), 84; Katherine Walsh, ‘Conway, Roger (d. c.1360)’, in: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004 / digitally accessible via http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/6124, accessed 3 Dec 2014)See also the study & edition of Michael Commins mentioned earlier.

 

 

 

Rogerus de Nottingham (d. after 1358)

manuscripts

Insolubia: British Library, Harley 3243 (s. xiv) ff.. 57r-58v

Introitus ad Sententias: British Library, Harley 3243 (s. xiv) ff.. 58v-59v

editions

Insolubilia, ed. Edward Aloysius Synan, Mediaeval Studies, 26 (1964), 257-70 [260-70]

Introitus ad Sententias, ed. Edward Aloysius Synan, Mediaeval Studies, 25 (1963), 259-79 [270-79]

literature

Courtenay, `Theology and Theologians', The History of the U. of Oxford, II, 30-1.; Sharpe, Handlist, 593

 

 

 

Rogerus de Piacenza (d. 1350?)

Sicilian friar

manuscripts

Sermones Quadragesimales Florence, Laurenz.? [Zawart, 291]

 

 

 

Rogerus de Piazza Armerina (Ruggero de Platea, de Eraclia, Ruggero da Piazza, d. 1378/1383)

Italian friar and bishop. Well-known eschatological preacher.

manuscripts

Quadragesimale (1367/8): a.o. Florence, Laurenz. Acquisti e Doni 421; Florence, Laurenz. Plut. 24 Cod 5; Assisi, Bibl. del Sacro Conv. 492; Berlin, Staatsbibl. magdeb. Domgymn. 221.

editions

Sermones, ed. Cataldo Roccaro, Collana Franciscana, 5-6 (Palermo, 1992).

literature

C. Cenci, ‘Noterelle su fr. Giacomo da Tresanti, lettore, predicatore (d. ca. 1344)’, AFH, 86 (1993), 121, n. 15; C. Cenci, ‘Il quaresimale delle scuole di fr. Ruggero da Eraclea’, AFH, 88 (1995), 269-318; Cataldo Roccaro, ‘I ‘signa finalis iudicii’ nel ‘Sermo I’ di Ruggero da Piazza’, Schede Medievale 28-29 (1995), 45-57 [reprinted in: Idem, Scritti Minori, ed. Tommaso Guardi (Palermo: Università degli Studi, 1999), 101-125, 229-240 and in Pan 17 (1999), 129-140; Cataldo Roccaro, 'I Sermones di Ruggero da Piazza', Pan 17 (1999), 1-25 [also in Schede Medievale 28-29 (1995), 273-294?]; Cataldo Roccardo, ‘La ‘scrittura’ dei sermoni latini: struttura e tecnica compositiva fra enunciazione teoriche ed applicazione pratica’, in: Idem, Scritti Minori, ed. Tommaso Guardi (Palermo: Università degli Studi, 1999), 231-265; Marta M. Romano, ‘Il ‘Quadragesimale’ di frate Ruggero: ‘status quaestionis’ e proposte di lavoro’, Schede Medievale 46 (2008), 169-177.

 

 

 

Rogerus de Provins (Roger de Provence, d. 1310?)

Franciscan mystic and preacher in the Provence region (in a religious atmosphere inspired by the writings of Olivi and the spiritual Franciscans).

manuscripts

Meditationes:

editions

Meditationes, AF III, 393-404. An Italian translation by Cesare Vaiani can be found in I Mistici. Scritti dei mistici Francescani, secolo XIII, ed. L. Iriarti et.al. (Assisi, 1995), I, 755-793.

literature

Chronica XXIV Generalium, AF III (Quaracchi, 1897), 383-404; Catalogus Sanctorum Fratrum Minorum, quem scriptum circa 1335, ed. L. Lemmens (Rome, 1903), 32; Bartolomeo da Pisa, De Conformitate, AF IV, 317-320, 540; Jules Linot, 'Le bx. fr. Roger de Provence', La France Franciscaine 1 (1912), 76-90; I Mistici. Scritti dei mistici Francescani, secolo XIII, ed. L. Iriarti et.al. (Assisi, 1995), I, 755-793 [contains bibliographical info as well as an Italian Translation of the Meditations]; Claude Carozzi, ‘Extases et visions chez frère Roger de Provence’, Cahiers de Fanjeaux 27 (1992), 81-105.

 

 

 

Rogerus Marston de Anglia (Roger Marston, ca. 1245-1303)

Born in Norwich. Studies in Paris (1269-72) under Eustache d’Arras, William de la Mare, and John Pecham, with whom he went to Oxford. There further studies, interrupted by his lectorate in Cambridge (1275-1279). Regent master in Oxford (1282-1284) [check this: some mention his regency in Oxford in 1277 and in Cambridge in 1285]. Provincial minister of Anglia between 1292 and 1298.

manuscripts

Quaestiones:?

Sermones de Tempore: Paris Nat Lat 15956 f. 226va

editions

Quaestiones Disputatae de Anima, in: Fr. Rogeri Marston OFM Quaestiones Disputatae, ed. V. Doucet, Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 7 (Rome, 1932), 201-454.

Quaestiones Disputatae de Emanatione Aeterna, in: Fr. Rogeri Marston OFM Quaestiones Disputatae, ed. V. Doucet, Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 7 (Rome, 1932), 1-148.

Quaestiones Disputatae de Statu Naturae Lapsu, in: Fr. Rogeri Marston OFM Quaestiones Disputatae, ed. V. Doucet, Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 7 (Rome, 1932), 149-200.

Quodlibet II, q. 22, ed. R. Zavalloni, in: Richard de Mediavilla et la controverse sur la pluralité des formes, Textes inédites et études critiques, Philosophes médiévaux, 2 (Louvain, 1951), 180-199.

Quodlibet IV ad Fidem, ed. G.J. Etzkorn & I.C. Brady, Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 26 (Quaracchi, 1968/2nd ed. Grottaferrata (Rome), 1994).

[?] Quaestiones Disputatae de Maria, edited in: A. Emmen, `Einführung in die Mariologie der Oxforder Franziskanerschule'. Franziskanische Studien 39 (1957), 99-217 [Three questions. the text can be found on pp. 212-214].

[?] Quaestio de Humanae cognitionis Ratione (Quaracchi, 1883), 197-220.

literature

Schneyer, V, 340-1; S. Belmond, `La théorie de la connaissance d'après Roger Marston', La France Franciscaine 17 (1934), 153-187 & 18 (1935), 197-234; S. Vanni Rovighi, L’immortalità dell’anima nei maestri francescani del secolo XIII (Milan, 1936), 152-160; G. Bonafede, `Il problema del `lumen' un fratre Ruggero di Marston', Rivista Rosminiana di filosofia e di cultura, 33 (1939), 16-30; E. Gilson, `Roger Marston: un cas d'Augustinianisme avicennisant', Ad'HDLMA, 8 (1933), 37-42; F. Prezioso, `L'attività del soggeto pensanto nella gnoseologia di Matteo d’Acquasparta e di Ruggero Marston’, Antonianum 15 (1950), 259-326 (esp. 282ff.); G.J. Etzkorn, ‘Roger Marston's Grades’ Theory in the Light of his Philosophy of Nature, in Miscellanea Mediaevalia 2 (1963), 535-542; G.J. Etzkorn, `The Grades of the Form according to Roger Marston, O.F.M.', Franziskanische Studien 44 (1966), 418-454; R. Hissette, ‘Roger Marston. A-t-il professé l’hylomorphisme universel’, RThAM 39 (1972), 205-223; R. Hissette, ‘Esse-essentia chez R.M.’, in: Sapientiae Doctrinae. Festschrift H. Bascour (Louvain, 1980), 110-118; G.J. Etzkorn, 21. ‘Roger Marston, O.F.M.: An Example of Thirteenth-Century Anti-Semitic Apologetics', Cithara 21 (1982), 3-16; David Burr, Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought (Philadelphia, 1984), passim; P. Magnani, Il problema delle rationes seminales in R. di Marston (Milan, 1992); G.J. Etzkorn & I.C. Brady, Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 26 (Rome, 1994), 6*-79*; C. Trottmann, ‘La vision béatifique dans la seconde école franciscaine, de M. d’Aquasparta à Duns Scotus’, Collectanea Franciscana 64 (1994), 121-180; R.L. Friedman, in: Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 7 (1996), 131-182; A. Pérez Estévez, ‘La materia en R. Marston’, Verdad y Vida 55 (1997), 217-220, 303-325 & Veritas. Revista de filosofia 42 (1997), 609-630; Sharpe, Handlist, 592; LMA VII, 944; LThK³ VIII, 1235; G.F. Etzkorn, 40. ‘Marston, Roger (c. 1235-c.1303)’, in: Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Vol. 6 (London-New York, 1998), 114-115).; Günther Mensching, ‘Absoluter Wille versus reflexive Vernunft. Zur theologischen Anthropologie der mittleren Franziskanerschule’, in: Geistesleben im 13. Jahrhundert, ed. Jan A. Aertsen & Andreas Speer, Miscellanea Mediaevalia, 27 (Berlin, 2000), 93-103; Walter Senner, ‘Roger(us) Marston’, in: Biographisch­Biblio­graphisches Kirchenlexikon XVII, 1156; Gordon A. Wilson, ‘Roger Marston’, 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), 626-629; Tomasz Pawlikowski, ‘Roger Marston (Rogerus Marston, Merston, de Anglia)’, Powszechna Encyklopedia Filozofii VIII (2007), 802-803; Stephen F. Brown, 'Roger Marston (ca. 1235-ca. 1303)', in: Historical Dictionary of Medieval Philosophy and Theology (Lanham, 2007), 249-250 & Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy: Philosophy between 500 and 1500, ed. Henrik Lagerlund, 2 Vols. (Dordrecht, 2011), 1160-1162; Laura Capuzzo, ‘Il verbum mentis nella polimica tra francescani e domenicani: Ruggero Marston critica Tommaso d'Aquino’, Medioevo. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale 36 (2011), 113-136.

 

 

 

Rogerus Roseth (d. after 1337)

English friar, probably active in Oxford and Norwich (1337). Produced his Lectura super Sententias between 1332-1337. They were copied in 1337 by the Italian friar Nicolaus Comparini (N. of Assisi) in the convent of Norwich

manuscripts

Lectura super Sententias: Assisi, Bibl. Com. 173 ff. 1r-61r; Bruges, Bibl. de la Ville 192 ff. 1r-44v (1374 A.D.); Bruxelles, Bibl. Royale 1801-1803 (cat. 1551) ff. 1r-90v; Cues 90 ff. 1r-23r (abbreviated); Oxford, Oriel Coll. 15 ff. 243r-287r (ascribed to John Swineshead); Padova, Antoniana 238 Scaff. XI, ff. 1r-34v (incomplete); Città del Vat. Bibl. Ap. Vat.Lat. 1108 ff. 1r-52v, 96r-102v (incomplete); Città del Vat. Bibl. Ap. Chigi B.V66 pt. I ff. 5r-86r (an. 1337 ); Kassel, Landesbibliothek MS 2° theol. 53 (s. xiv) ff. 13r-30r; Seville, Bibl. Capitular y Colombina 7-7-29;

De Maximo et Minimo (=Lectura, Quaestio 1, Art. 1): Erfurt, Wissensch. Bibl. der Stadt, Amplon. Q. 107 ff. 87r-101v [signs that is was once in the possession of Petrus de Candia]; Oxford, Bodl. Lib. Can. misc. 177 ff. 171r-182r (an. 1395); Sevilla, Bibl. Capitular y Colomb. 7.7.29 ff. 147r-167r; Venice, Bibl. Marc. Lat. XI.14 ff. 55r-66r; Venice, Bibl. Marc. Lat. XI.18 ff. 1r-17r; Venice, Bibl. Marc. Lat. XI. 20 ff. 121r-138v.; Venice, Bibl. Marc. Lat. VIII. 38 (an. 1391) ff. 55-66; Venice, Bibl. Marc. Lat. VI.155 (3377) (s. xv) ff. 1r-17r; Venice, Bibl. Marc. Lat. VI. 62 (s. xv) ff. 121-138.

Utrum Deus sit Subiectum in Theologia: Prague, Nat. Library. XIII D.5 (s. xiv) ff. 24v-26v

editions

Lectura super Sententias: Quaestiones 3, 4 & 5: ed. Olli Hallamaa, Reports from the Department of Systematic Theology, University of Helsinki 18 (Helsinki: Luther-Agricola Society, 2005).

De maximo et Minimo: printed together with Robert Holcot, Determinationes (Lyon, 1518)

literature

W.J. Courtenay, `Nicholas of Assisi and Vatican MS. Chigi B V 66', Scriptorium, 36 (1992), 260-263; P.V. Doucet, `Le studium franciscain de Norwich en 1337 d'après le ms Chigi B.V. 66 de la bibliothèque Vaticane', AFH, 46 (1953), 85-98; S. Knuuttila, ‘The Emergence of Deontic Logic in the Fourteenth Century’, in: New Studies in Deontic Logic, ed. R. Hilpinen, Synthese Library 152 (Dordrecht, 1981), 225-248; Simo Knuuttila, Modalities in Medieval Philosophy (London-New York: Routlege, 1993); Angel d’Ors, ‘Insolubles déonticos (Robert Holcot y Roger Roseth)’, Acta Philosophica 4/2 (1995); Simo Knuuttila & Olli Hallamaa, ‘Roger Roseth and medieval deontic logic’, Logique et analyse 38 (1995), 75-87; Olli Hallamaa, `The Lectura super Sententias of Roger Roseth, O.F.M.', in: Editori di Quaracchi, 100 anni dopo. Bilancio e prospettive, ed. Alvaro Cacciotti & Barbara Faes de Mottoni, Medioevo, 3 (Rome, 1997), 239-243; Olli Hallamaa, ‘Continuum, Infinity and Analysis in Theology’, in: Raum und Raumvorstellungen im Mittelalter, Miscellanea mediaevalia, 25 (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1998), 375-388; Olli Hallamaa, ‘On the borderline between logic and theology: Roger Roseth, “Sophismata”, and augmentation of charity’, in: Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 11 (2000), 351-374; Olli Hallamaa, ‘Defending Common Rationality: Roger Roseth on Trinitarian Paralogisms’, Vivarium 41:1 (2003), 84-111; Olli Hallamaa, Science in Theology. Studies in the Interaction Between Late Medieval Natural Philosophy, Logic and Theology (Helsinki, 2005 [This work can also be accessed via the website: http://ethesis.helsinki.fi/julkaisut/teo/syste/vk/hallamaa/]; Olli Hallamaa, 'Roger Roseth', in: Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy. Philosophy between 500 and 1500 (2011), 1162-1164.

With Thanks to Dr. Olli Hallamaa

 

 

 

Rogerus Thomas

Tractatus de Proportionibus: Oxford, Bodl. Lyell 79 (14th cent.) f. 36v-46

 

 

 

Romain de Saint Claude (fl. later 18th cent.)

OFMCap. Biblical scholar.

editions

Géographie Sacre, 15 Vols. (1772)

 

 

 

Romedius Knoll (1727-1796)

OFM. Friar from Bolzano (Bozen, Tyrol). Invented a system to teach mute and deaf children with the help of pictural devices. Romedius died at Halle, on June 5th, 1796.

editions

Explicatio Catechismi pro Instructione Mutorum Surdorum (Halle, 1787).

Katholische Normalschule für die Taubstummen (Halle, 1788)/ Vierzig Kupferstiche fuer die katholische Normalschule der Taubstummen, der Kinder und anderer Einfaeltigen, zum gruendlichen sowohl als leichten Unterricht in den Christenthume: allen Seelsorgern und Hausvaetern gewiedmet (Augsburg: zu haben bey Nicolaus Doll, 1788).

Die verbesserte Bettmaschine (Augsburg, 1789).

Beschreibung einer sehr nützlichen Maschine, welche man mittels des Schwefelrauches . . . alle Feldmäuse ausrotten kann (Augsburg,1789).

literature

Archiv für Geschichte und Altertumskunde Tirols (1869), 209-274; LThK 1VI, 64; R. Aubert, ‘Knoll (Romedius)’, DHGE XXIX, 377; Pascal M. Hollaus, ‘P. Romedius Knoll (1727-1796), Franziskaner und Erfinder’, Austria Franciscana 3 (2009), 116-122.

 

 

 

Romualdus Kocielski (Romuald Kocielski/Romuald Walenty, d. 1791)

OFMRef. Polish friar.

literature

Encyklopedia Katolicka IX, 267f.

 

 

 

Rüdiger zur Dijck (Rutgerus, fl. 15th cent.)

OFMTor. Active in the lower Rhine area, notably in the convent of St. Nicholas (Thrift), where medical interests were pursued. Rüdiger was a medical practitioner and medical author (especially renowned for his method to remove vacirose veins)

manuscripts

Kunst zu alden Schaden und zu dem Kreyfftz: Metz, StB. 176 ff. 72va-73vb

editions

K. Sudhoff, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Chirurgie im Mittelalter (1914-1918), II, 581-584.

literatur

Sudhoff, Op. Cit.; G.P. Allmang, Geschichte des ehemaligen Regulartertiarierklosters St. Nikolaus (bei Schloß Dyck) von seiner Gründung bis zur Jetstzeit, 1400-1911 (1911); P. Diepgen, Mitt. z. Gesch. d. Med. u .d. Naturwiss., 26 (1927), 78; G. Keil, `Rüdiger zur Dijck', Die deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters. Verfasserlexikon, VIII, 305-307

 

 

 

Rudolphus Altheimer (fl. late 14th cent.)

Friar from the Strasbourg province. Active as preacher, both in Germany, and in Rome. A range of his sermons for Sun- and feastdays have survived.

manuscripts

Munich, Staatsbibl. Clm 8885 [Manuscript originates from the Munich Franciscan cloister. It contains Sermones Dominicales et Quadragesimales on ff. 17-207; Sermones de Sanctis on ff. 207-270. These sermons apparently were held in 1388 at various churches of Rome. The same manuscripts also contains quaestiones theologicae on ff. 1-17. Unknown whether these are by the same friar.

literature

Landmann, Franziskanische Studien 15 (1928), 100. 

 

 

 

Rudolfus de Biberach (ca. 1270 - after 1326)

Friar from Biberach (neighbourhood of Ulm). Predominantly active in the vicinity of Strasbourg. Between 1304-1319 confessor and executor-testamentair of the Strasbourg Hauwart family. Famous spiritual teacher. By papal privilege he became confessor at the court of the dying duke Leopold of Austria (who also was ‘Landgraf’ of Alsace since 1314; died 28 February 1326). According to two manuscripts, he was lector at the Studium Generale of Strasbourg (Fribourg, Cordelier 107 & Fribourg Cordelier 136, f. 142: `…septem itinera eternitatis compilata et collecta a fratre Rudolpho de Biberach Lectore Ordinis Fratrum Minorum' & f. 68r: `…compilatus a lectore de Bibraco in Argentina.'; probably between 1304 and 1319, when he appears in charters of the city of Strasbourg, as confessor and executor of the will of the Hauwart family). Some other manuscripts indicate further academic activities at Paris, as well as a master degree (Cf. Venice Marc. CCXLV ff. 256v & Oxford, Bodl. 8, f. 1r: `…editus a reverendo magistro fratre Rudolfo de Bibracho ordinis fratrum minorum.'; Lambach 102 f. 149ra; Glorieux, Répertoire des maîtres en théologie, II (Paris, 1933), no. 305.50, 352 & 360). Apparently, Rudolf did not pursue further academic interests for long after obtaining his alleged master degree. He is foremost famous for his penitential works, his affective spiritual works (in particular his De Septem Itineribus Aeternitatis, which amounts to a form of sythematic theological mysticism), and his sermons. His mystical works received several translations in Medieval German and Medieval Dutch. [For editions and manuscripts of these translations, see esp. M. Schmidt, in , Die deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters. Verfasserlexikon, VIII, 319-321] Interestingly [as we can conclude on the basis of : Die siben Strassen zu Got, ed. M. Schmidt, Spicilegium Bonaventurianum, VI (Quaracchi, 1969), 24*-26*], the (Latin) work was more popular among the Carthusians and the Augustinian canons, as well as among secular clercs than among Franciscans and Dominicans. Apparently, Rudolf’s writings did fit very well in the predominantly ascetical and mystical character of the Carthusian religious life. [For the late medieval and early modern (up till the 18th cent.) reception and use by other authors, see in particular the same work of Schmidt, pp. 33*-53*].

manuscripts

Sermones super Canticum Canticorum: a.o. Naples, Naz. VII.G.51 f. 87 ; Basel, Univ. Bibl. B.IX.25, ff. 2ra-41vb; Breslau, Dombibl. 10 (Liber Virginum in Stregovia),ff. 1r-128v; Cracow, Staatsbibl. 2347 (an. 1463), ff. 1-63; Salzburg, St. Peter Cod. a. IV. 35, ff. 1r-54ra. [See for further information the work of M. Schmidt]

De excellenti Praerogativa benedictae Virginis: Wroclaw (Breslau), UB, I 2 & deg 148 (20148[?]), Bl. 6v

De Officio Cherubyn (spurious?> a penitential work that gives an insight in the undercurrent of fertility rites, magical practices and sorcery in later medieval society): Leipzig, UB, 639 (14th cent.), ff. 1r-18v [Extracts and commentary in A. Franz, `Des Frater Rudolphus Buch De Officio Cherubyn', Theologische Quartalschrift, 88 (1906), 4??-436 [Ascription uncertain]

De Septem Itineribus Aeternitatis: a.o. Naples, Naz. VII.G.32 ff. 1r-60v; Oxford, Bodl. Canon Pal. Lat. 8 (15th cent.) [Describes in a systhematic fashion the ascent of the soul to the intrinsecum secretum of God in seven steps [recta inito/intentio; studiosa meditatio; limpida contemplatio; caritativa affectio; occulta revelatio; experimentalis praegustatio; deiformis operatio], which should restore the destroyed imago Dei of the human soul. Work has a strong compilatory character and gives prominence to the cognitio Dei experimentalis. See for further information DSpir XIII, 847-850 and the works of M. Schmid, esp. her edition of the German translation, pp. 10*-17*, where she lists no less than 109 manuscripts of the Latin work from all over Europe. Maybe the popularity of the work was enhance by the fact that it was often transcribed under the name of Bonaventure.]

A full fourteenth-century German translation of De Septem Itineribus Aeternitatis, has survived under the title Dis sint die siben Strassen die in Gott wisent: ms Einsiedeln 278 f. 3a-147b. This translation (dating from ca. 1346-1360), which apparently is very faithfull and gives creative vernacular renderings of the Latin theological concepts, probably was made in the neighbourhood of Basel.

De Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti: a.o. Padua, Bibl. Priv. Antoniana, Scaff.XIX.N.410 (15th cent., copiist: Gerardus Nicolday de Alemania, 1453) [The title of the work explains the fact that it was frequently confused with Bonaventure’s Collationes de Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti. The work of Rudolph has survived in at least 24 mss. See for further information the work of M. Schmidt, esp. her edition of the German translation of De Septem Itineribus, pp. 22*-24*]

editions

De Septem Itineribus Aeternitatis (at least 109 mss) has received several editions: S. Bonaventurae Opera, ed. A.C. Peltier (Paris, 1866), VII, 393-482; De Septem Itineribus Aeternitatis, ed. M. Schmidt (with introd. and corrections of the Peltier edition), Mystik in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Texte und Untersuchungen I (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 1985); The German translation in MS Einsiedeln 278 is edited as well: Die siben Strassen zu Got, ed. M. Schmidt, Spicilegium Bonaventurianum, VI (Quaracchi, 1969) & ed. M. Schmidt (with modern German translation), Mystik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Texte und Untersuchungen, I, 2 (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 1985). See also: Rudolf von Biberach, Die siben Strassen zu Got, Microfilm edition by M. Schmidt (including lengthy indices and concordances) (Nürnberg, 1989) & Rudolf von Biberach, Die siben strassen zu Got, ed. M. Schmidt, Index verborum zum althochdeutschen Sprachschatz V/VI (Amsterdam, 1980).

De Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti (24 mss): S. Bonaventurae Opera, ed. A.C. Peltier (Paris, 1866), VII, 583-652

literature

K. Rahner, `La doctrine des sens spirituels au Moyen Age, en particulier chez S. Bonaventura', RAM, 14 (1933), 263-299; É. Longpré, ‘L’eucharistie et l’union mystique selon la spiritualité franciscaine’, Recherches de Théologie Ancienne et Médiévale 25 (1949), 306-333; Th. Mertens, `Hendrik Mande and the Middle Dutch Transmission of `De septem itineribus', Ons Geestelijk Erf, 58 (1984), 5-29; Margot Schmidt, `Spiritualität als Hermeneutik, dargestellt aan den Begriffen fides-intellectus bei Rudolf von Biberach', Franziskanische Studien, 56 (1974), 283-309; M. Gerwing, LMA, VII, 1083; Margot Schmidt, `Rodolphe de Biberach', DSpir 13 (1988), 846-850; Idem, Die deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters. Verfasserlexikon, VIII, 312-321; Idem, `Zur Bedeutung der Weisheit bei Rudolf von Biberach', in: Mystik in den Franziskanerorden, ed. J.-B. Freyer (Düsseldorf, 1993), 96-116; Margot Schmidt, 'Rudolf von Biberach, Franziskaner, mystischer Schriftsteller, * vor 1270, † nach 1326', Neue Deutsche Biographie XXII (2005), 193-194; James McEvoy, `The Mystical Theology Commentary of Robert Grosseteste as a Source for "Die siben strassen zu got" of Rudolph of Biberach, OFM', in: Robert Grosseteste: His thought and its Impact, ed. Jack Cunningham (Toronto, 2012), 327-333.

 

 

 

Rudolphus de Haarlem (Rudolf van Haarlem, first half 16th cent.)

Franciscan friar and canonist (brother of the Carthusian Florentius). Provincial. His Summa de Casibus Conscientiae apparently did not survive.

literature

Schlager, Geschichte, 337; Dirks, 44; Schoutens, Martyrologium, 26 Dec.; W. Schmitz, Het aandeel der minderbroeders, 97.

 

 

 

Rufin Mueller (1625-1701)

OFMCap.

literature

Christian Schweizer, ‘Müller Rufin (de Unterehrendingen/Ehrendingen), cap. (1625-1701)’, Historisches Lexikon der Schweiz 8 (2009), 835.