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17th cent.) Bernardinus de Feltre (Tomitanus; 1439 Feltre - 1494, Pavia) beatus Bernardinus de Flandria (Bernardin de Flandre, d. 1515 Bernardinus de Fondagno (Bernardino di Fondagno, d. Jacques de Paris) Bernardinus de Picquigny (Piconio, 1633-1709) Bernardinus de Poitiers (Bernardin de Poitiers, fl. early fourteenth cent.) Bernardus de Fresneda (Bernardo de Fresneda, ca. 1717) Bernardus de Genua, see: Bernardus Genuensis Bernardus de Grottaminarda (1583-1653) Bernardus de Guasconibus (fl. Babbini, Tre `summa casuum' composte da tre francescani piemontesi della provincia di Genova Studi Francescani 78 (1981) 163-165. In 1484, she established a convent of Poor Clares at Camerino, where she became abbess. Battista was a prolific author of spiritual treatises, religious exercices, spiritual letters etc., in which she stressed the importance of a purity of heart, self-mortification, humility, charity and the love of God. This work exhibits a large knowledge of Italian vernacular literature. Christianae Patres secunda Dominica adventus Dominini (...) anno MDLXII (Bressanone: apud L. In this, Bartolomeo urges the council fathers to take appropriate measures to combat the ills of their times and to restore pontifical authority. Rome, 1906), 37; Sbaraglia, Supplementum et castigatio ad Scriptores... Un cappuccino alla scuola di san Bonaventura nell Emilia del600, ed. Bartolomeo Barbieri da Castelvetro, in: 300 anni tra noi I Cappuccini di Vignola dal 1698 ad oggi (Vignola, 2006), 27-30; Vincenzo Criscuolo, San Bonaventura all Indice? Was appointed papal legate for Venice by Sixtus IV. editions Relation des mongols ou tartares par Jean du Plan de Carpin. literature Pull, Historia Mongolorum (Florence, 1913), 121-124; A. 1704) Bernardinus de Fossa, see: Bernardinus Aquilani Bernardinus de Hungaria (Bernardino di Ungaro, d. 1726) Bernardinus de Laredo (1482, Sevilla - 1540, Sevilla) Bernardinus de Madrid (Bernardino de Madrid, fl. mid 17th cent.) Bernardinus de Pontremoli (Bernardino Campi/Bernardino da Pontremoli, d. late fifteenth century) Bernardinus Jimnez (Bernardino Jimnez, fl. second half 14th cent.) Bernardus de Incarnatione (Bernardo de la Encarnacin, d. Battista was renowned for her ascetical lifestyle, her exuberant Passion devotion and her devotion towards the Sacred Heart. She also elaborates on the methods and significance of contemplation in the road towards mystical union. Oratio ad Populum Romanum in comitiis generalibus habita (Milan, 1567). I (Rome, 1908), 117; Bernardino da Colpetrazzo, Historia ordinis fratrum minorum capuccinorum (Assisi, 1940) II, 168; Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca scriptorum Ord. capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 36; Boverio, Annales Ordinis minorum capuccinorum (1525-1612) (Lyon, 1632) I, 848; J. Odoardi, I francescani minori conventuali al concilio di Trento', in: Il concilio di Trento 3:1 (1947), 41; Lexicon Capuccinum, 174-175; Nicola Raponi, 'Baffi, Bartolomeo', Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani 5 (1963) [ ], with additional references; Bartholomaeus Barbieri (Bartolomeo Barbieri da Castelvetro/Castrovetro, 1, 01, 1615 - 24, 08, 1697) OFMCap. Andrea Maggioli & Pietro Maranesi, Bibliotheca Seraphico-Capuccina, 55 (Rome, 1998) [with ca. La Theologia mistica bonaventuriana compilata da Bartolomeo da Castelvetro: dictus liber non imprimatur nec restituatur, in: Religioni e doctrina. Defended the immaculate conception at the Franciscan general chapter of Ferrara (1472). Bandello, Liber Recollectarius de Veritate Conceptionis B. Bartolomeo also was involved with a revised re-issue of the famous Summa Astesana (Venice, 1478 /Lyon, 1519). Premire dition complte publie d'Aprs les manuscrits de Leyde, de Paris, et de Londres, cur. d'Avezac (Paris, 1838), Appendix: De Itinere Fratrum Minorum ad Tartaros quae frater Benedictus Polonus viva voce retulit; Sinica Franciscana, cur, A. Van den Wyngaert, Benoit de Pologne, DHGE VIII, 250; B. Intellecual contexts and educational functions of franciscan historiography (1226-ca. Fossati, I Mongoli, Giovanni di Pian del Carpine e Benedetto Polonno, Itineraria 8 (2009); Adriano Duque, The Text as Map: Benedict the Poles Account of the Carpine Mission to Mongolia (1246-1247), in: Travels and Travelogues in the Middle Ages, ed. Quarta Beatitudo est Esuries iustitiae seu Famelica Iustitia. 1764) Benedictus Sinigardi (Benedetto Sinigardi Aretino) Benignus de Salviatis, see: Georgius Benignus Salviati (Jurai Dragisic) Benignus Fremaldus (Bnigne Fremaut, 1654-1723) Benignus Maria a. 17th cent.) Bernardinus d Alento (Bernardino Cilento/d Alento , 1513-1576) Bernardinus d Alhama (Bernardino d Alhalma, d. Babbini, `Tre `summa casuum' composte da tre francescani piemontesi della provincia di Genova', Studi Francescani, 78 (1981), 159ff.; J. Brundage, `The Rise of Professional Canonists and Development of the Ius Commune', Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung fr Rechtsgschichte, kanonistische Abteilung, 81 (1995), 26-63; G. Dolezalek, `Lexiques de droit et autres outils pour le `ius commune'', in: Les manuscrits des lexiques et glossaires de l'Antiquit tardive la fin du Moyen Age, ed. Hamesse (Textes et tudes du Moyen Age, 4 (Louvain-la-Neuve-Turnhout, 1996), 353-376. After his noviciate in the Capuchin order, he functioned as a lector generalis in theology and sacred eloquence (preaching techniques) and engaged in labors of spiritual assistance. (some older sources, such as Bernardino da Colpetrazzo's Historia ordinis fratrum minorum cappuccinorum II, 168 , while treating plague victims, but that seems incorrect). Bonaventurae, in Qua Alphabetico Ordine Compendiose Proponuntur Omnia Verba, Sententiae et Conclusiones Quae Continentur in Ejusdem Seraphici Doctoris Scriptis et Operibus. This tabula apparently was used by the Quaracchi editors when collecting and constituting the texts of Bonaventura da Bagnoreggios Opera Omnia. Predominantly known as spiritual author and itinerant preacher. The last 15 years of his life he spent in the convent of S. His spiritual works are still heavily inspired by Bonaventure and additional Pseudo-Bonaventurean works, David of Augsburg's De Exterioris et Interioris Hominis Compositione, Hugh of Balma's Theologia Mystica, and works of Henry of Herp. A partial modern edition of his works appeared as Il sacro cignno, prose e poesie del Ven. Minorum , in AFH, 3 (1910), 710-715 & 4 (1911), 128; Marco of Lissabon, Delle croniche de' frati minori del serafico p.s. review in Collectanea Franciscana 73 (2003), 741ff]; Marco Forlivesi, La distinction entre concept formel et concept objectif: Surez, Pasqualigo, Mastri, tudes Philosophiques 1 (2002), 3-30; Paul-Richard Blum, La mtaphysique comme thologie naturelle: Bartolomeo Mastri, tudes Philosophiques 57 (2002), 31-47; Francesco Costa, Maculista Bartolomeo Mastri da Meldola (d. Saggi sul pensiero filosofico di Bartolomeo Mastri (1602-1673). Andersen, Metaphysik im Barockscotismus: Untersuchungen zum Metaphysikwerk des Bartholomaeus Mastrius. Bartholomaeus Mediolanensis (Bartholomaeus de Grassis/de Breda, fl. manuscripts Summula Fratris Bartholomaei Mediolanensis de Testamentis Faciendis: Paris BN Nouv. Yet another episode in the conflict between our Franciscan and Louis Hugo.

1714) Bernardinus de Chaimis, see: Bernardinus Caimi de Milano Bernardino della Chiesa (1644, Venice - 1721, Linqing) Bernardinus de Colpatrazzo (25, 11, 1514 - 1594, Aquasparta) Bernardinus de Condom (Bernardin de Condom, d. Baptista Varani (Battista Varani/Camille Varani, 1458-1524) Beata (1843) Poor Clare. It amounts to a history of Milan from the Insubri to Sforza rule. Colonna and written in the context of the general chapter of Rome (1568). Francisci Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 36; Domenico da Montecuccolo, Un insigne teologo cappuccino, Frate Francesco 6 (1928), 103-104; A. Latin edition in 1620 (Freiburg in Breisgau), English translation in 1628] Porta della salute (Turin, 1621) [confession manual for the lay believer. Benoit Picart', Mmoires de la Socit Royale des Sciences (...) de Nancy (1844), 116-208; E. Benot de Toul, tudes franciscaines 41 (1929), 270-293, 392-415; A. After a career in various French provinces, he died at Alenon on . manuscripts/editions Homo Sensatus, Secundum Illa Verba: Homo Sensatus Credit Legi Dei et Lex Illi Fidelis literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 40; Pellegrino da Forli, Annali dellordine dei frati minori cappuccini (Milan, 1884) III, 562-564; A. Triennium Philosophicum, 2 Vols.: MS Voltri, Biblioteca dei Cappuccini (unnumbered manuscript? literature Johannes Maria von Regensburg, Appendix ad Bibliothecam Scriptorum Capuccinorum (Rome, 1852), 15; F. 18th cent.) Bertholdus Kule (late fourteenth-early fifteenth century? 1426) Blasius Hidalgus de Morali (Blas Hidalgo de Moreales, d. 1680) Bonaventura Belleni (later 16th cent.) Bonaventura Belluto (1600-1676) Bonaventura Beretta (1594-1687) Bonaventura Bisi (1612-1659) Bonaventura Brochard (fl. 1515) Bonifatius de Luri (Bonifacio da Luri/Giuseppe Bernardi, d. seventeenth cent.) Brechtius/Brechtus/Brechtanus, see: Livinus Brechtius (letter L) Bricius Rennensis (Brictius/Brice de Rennes, d. Moreover it resembles in its reach the more famous Summa aurea of the canonist Heinrich von Segusio (Hostiensis). literature Analecta Franciscana 1 (Quaracchi, 1885), 1-19; Chronica Fratris Jordani, ed. Boehmer, Collection dtudes et de documents, VI (Paris, 1908), lxvii & 1; Bertrandus Kurtscheid, De studio iuris canonici in ordine fratrum minorum saeculo XIII, Antonianum 2 (1927), 174-182.; CF 5, p. Matthias Thumser & Janusz Tandecki, Publikationen des Deutsch-Polnischen Gesprchskreises fr Quellenedition, 2 (Torun, 2003), 271-306; Volker Honemann, Das mittelalterliche Schrifttum der Franziskaner der Schsischen Ordensprovinz unter besonderer Bercksichtigung deutschsprachiger Zeugnisse, in: Geschichte der Schsischen Franziskanerprovinz, 1: Von den Anfngen bis zur Reformation, ed. Balthasar de Sancto Josepho (Baltasar de San Jos y Pea, fl. (Santiago de Chile, 1898-1907) III, 495f; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Both of these editions are accessible via Google Books. Missionary in the Philippines and bishop of Nueva Cceres. literature AIA 28 (1968), 195-196; Jos Simn Daz, Bibliografa de la literatura hispnica, 11 Vols. 4208; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. There still is some doubt concerning the authenticity of this work.] literature M. Genevive 1029 [Provencal]; Wolfenbttel HAB, 1.5.3.1 Aug. His main publication is De geestelijke palmboom, 12 Vols. He was, for instance, vicar at Eeklo and Diksmuiden (Dixmude), spiritual director and confessor (a.o. Made a career as a lector, guardian, definitor, custos and provincial. 112a-114c (dopo 1450) [Inc.: Volavit ad me unus de seraphim. Iesus Nazarenus crucifixus rex Iudeorum fratres carissimi; Expl.: In hac vita gratiam et fidem. ) Bertholdus Ratisponensis (Berthold von Regensburg, ca. seventeenth cent.) Blasius Caleron (Blas Caldern, fl. 1760) Blasius de Bononia [de Barbaria] (later thirteenth-early fourteenth century) Blasius de Buiza (Blasio de Buiza/Buyza, fl. after 1385) Blasius de Manzanares (Blas de Manzanarez, fl. 1646) Boari Gregorius de Marrara (1745-1817), see: Gregorius Boaru (letter G) Bonafortuna, see: Bonaventura Parisiensis Bonagratia Bergamensis (Bonagrazia Boncortese/da Bergamo, ca. 16 cent.) Bonaventura Bruxellensis (Bonaventure de Bruxelles/Bonaventura van Brussel/Speeckaert, 1570-1633) Bonaventura Colombo (fl. after 1770) Bonifatius de Cerva (Ceva/Bonaventura Gallus?? yet Balduin seems to have elaborated his materials independently. Volker Honemann (Paderborn: Ferdinand Schningh, 2015), 660-661. C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 5 ) Spanish friar from Belmonte. Hailed by Francisco Vzquez for his homiletic and theological prowess. late 17th cent.) Probably a creole friar who took the habit in Guatemala in 1678. literature AIA 28 (1927), 350-363; Raimundo Prez y Sosa, Un buen libro del siglo XVI. Pascucci, Vita della Beata Battista Varani (Macerata, 1680); Vicenzo da Porto S. for the Urbanist Poor Clares of Ghent and tertiary sisters) etc. editions Histoire de lglise de Notre-Dame de Saint Sauveur, en laquelle fut fond et establi le couvent des Pres capucins, lan 1592. Known for his commentary on the Third order rule and for his hagiographical biography of the Unterwalden hermit Nikolaus von Flue. 1300) literature AFH, 17 (1924), 335 manuscripts Sermo de Bonaventura: MS Napoli, Biblioteca Naz. Amen.] literature Manoscritti francescani della Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli, ed. Cenci (Napoli 1971), II, 774 Bernardinus Amicus (Bernardino Amico, fl. Tractatus de Spiritu Sancto et de Inspirationibus [six sermons, composed between 14] Edited in: S. 1664) Bernardinus de Inurrigarro (Bernardino de Inurrigarro, fl. late 17th cent.) Bernardinus de Manlleu (Bernardino de Manlleu/Manlieu, 1585-1645) Bernardinus de Montolmo (1492-1565) Bernardinus de Nuceria (Bernardino da Nocera, d. 1716) Bernardinus de Rechanato (late fifteenth century) Bernardinus de Reggio (`Giorgio', ca. 1652) Bernardinus Gandensis (Bernardus van Gent/Jakob de Caesteker, d. second half 17 cent.) Bernardinus Senensis (1380-1444) Bernardinus Siculus (Bernardino Siculo, fl. 1425) Bernardus de Castelvetere (Luciano Ferraro, 1708-1756) Bernardus de Castrogiovanni (d. 1719) Bernardus de Jesu Escamilla (Bernardo de Jess Escamilla, fl. her best-known work is a spiritual treatise entitled Dolori mentali di Ges nella sua Passione (1488). Entered Capuchin order in the Bologna province in 1631. To this purpose he wrote a complete Cursus of philosophy and theology on the basis of the works of Bonaventure. Miscellanea di studi offerti a Bernardino de Armellada in occasione del suo 80o compleanno, ed. He also published John Duns Scotus Liber Primus Lecturae Parisiensis sive Reportatorum Scoti (Bologna, 1478) and an introductory work to Scotus commentary on the second book of the Sententiae, namely the Opusculum or the Ianua Scoti. Jean-Franois Kosta-Thfaine, AMS Studies in the Middle Ages, 28 (AMS Press, 2009), 233-248; Franciszek M. [on Benedict of Poland and his legate journey to the Mongol Khan]. Tertia Beatitudo est Luctus cui promittitur Consolatio vera. 1476-1535) Bernardinus de Sahagn (1499, Sahagn - 1590, Mexico) Bernardinus de Saluzzo (1638-1710) Bernardinus de Sancto Angelo in Vado (Bernardino de Sant Angelo in Vado/Bernardino Franceschini, d. 1732) Bernardinus Gonzalez (Bernardino Gonzlez, fl. early 16th cent.) Bernardinus Silvestris (second half 17th century) Bernardinus Surius (fl. 1668) Bernardus Antonius Gassmann (Polychronius, 1740-1821) Bernardus Bernardi (Bernardo Bernardi, 1687-1758) Bernardus Dappens (fl. early 18 cent.) Bernardus de Minervo (Bernardo di Minervo da Lecce, d. This work is regarded as one of the master-pieces of Franciscan ascetical writings. Later we find him in the Capuchin province of Parma (which was split off from the Bologna province by 1679). Was particularly successful as a teacher of theology to young Capuchin friars (for ca. Tried to turn Bonaventure into the teacher of the order, by linking him to Scotus and Thomas of Aquino. Aleksander Horowski, Bibliotheca seraphico-capuccina, 89 (Rome: Istituto Storico dei Cappuccini, 2009), 533-584. Rosinski, Franciszkanska legacja papieska z udzialem Polaka u Wielkiego Chana, in: Observare Evangelium. Benedictus Sinigardi (Benedetto Sinigardi Aretino) First provincial minister of the Holy Land province literature Jeryldine M. De duodecim Fructibus Spiritus Christi et Ligni Vitae.

1714) Bernardinus de Chaimis, see: Bernardinus Caimi de Milano Bernardino della Chiesa (1644, Venice - 1721, Linqing) Bernardinus de Colpatrazzo (25, 11, 1514 - 1594, Aquasparta) Bernardinus de Condom (Bernardin de Condom, d. Baptista Varani (Battista Varani/Camille Varani, 1458-1524) Beata (1843) Poor Clare. It amounts to a history of Milan from the Insubri to Sforza rule. Colonna and written in the context of the general chapter of Rome (1568). Francisci Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 36; Domenico da Montecuccolo, Un insigne teologo cappuccino, Frate Francesco 6 (1928), 103-104; A. Latin edition in 1620 (Freiburg in Breisgau), English translation in 1628] Porta della salute (Turin, 1621) [confession manual for the lay believer. Benoit Picart', Mmoires de la Socit Royale des Sciences (...) de Nancy (1844), 116-208; E. Benot de Toul, tudes franciscaines 41 (1929), 270-293, 392-415; A. After a career in various French provinces, he died at Alenon on . manuscripts/editions Homo Sensatus, Secundum Illa Verba: Homo Sensatus Credit Legi Dei et Lex Illi Fidelis literature Bernardo di Bologna, Bibliotheca Scriptorum Ordinis Minorum Capuccinorum (Venice, 1747), 40; Pellegrino da Forli, Annali dellordine dei frati minori cappuccini (Milan, 1884) III, 562-564; A. Triennium Philosophicum, 2 Vols.: MS Voltri, Biblioteca dei Cappuccini (unnumbered manuscript? literature Johannes Maria von Regensburg, Appendix ad Bibliothecam Scriptorum Capuccinorum (Rome, 1852), 15; F. 18th cent.) Bertholdus Kule (late fourteenth-early fifteenth century? 1426) Blasius Hidalgus de Morali (Blas Hidalgo de Moreales, d. 1680) Bonaventura Belleni (later 16th cent.) Bonaventura Belluto (1600-1676) Bonaventura Beretta (1594-1687) Bonaventura Bisi (1612-1659) Bonaventura Brochard (fl. 1515) Bonifatius de Luri (Bonifacio da Luri/Giuseppe Bernardi, d. seventeenth cent.) Brechtius/Brechtus/Brechtanus, see: Livinus Brechtius (letter L) Bricius Rennensis (Brictius/Brice de Rennes, d. Moreover it resembles in its reach the more famous Summa aurea of the canonist Heinrich von Segusio (Hostiensis). literature Analecta Franciscana 1 (Quaracchi, 1885), 1-19; Chronica Fratris Jordani, ed. Boehmer, Collection dtudes et de documents, VI (Paris, 1908), lxvii & 1; Bertrandus Kurtscheid, De studio iuris canonici in ordine fratrum minorum saeculo XIII, Antonianum 2 (1927), 174-182.; CF 5, p. Matthias Thumser & Janusz Tandecki, Publikationen des Deutsch-Polnischen Gesprchskreises fr Quellenedition, 2 (Torun, 2003), 271-306; Volker Honemann, Das mittelalterliche Schrifttum der Franziskaner der Schsischen Ordensprovinz unter besonderer Bercksichtigung deutschsprachiger Zeugnisse, in: Geschichte der Schsischen Franziskanerprovinz, 1: Von den Anfngen bis zur Reformation, ed. Balthasar de Sancto Josepho (Baltasar de San Jos y Pea, fl. (Santiago de Chile, 1898-1907) III, 495f; A Bio-Bibliography of Franciscan Authors in Colonial Central America, ed. Both of these editions are accessible via Google Books. Missionary in the Philippines and bishop of Nueva Cceres. literature AIA 28 (1968), 195-196; Jos Simn Daz, Bibliografa de la literatura hispnica, 11 Vols. 4208; Manuel de Castro, Bibliografa de las bibliografias franciscanas espaolas e hispanoamericanas, Publicaciones de Archivo Ibero-Americano (Madrid: Ed. There still is some doubt concerning the authenticity of this work.] literature M. Genevive 1029 [Provencal]; Wolfenbttel HAB, 1.5.3.1 Aug. His main publication is De geestelijke palmboom, 12 Vols. He was, for instance, vicar at Eeklo and Diksmuiden (Dixmude), spiritual director and confessor (a.o. Made a career as a lector, guardian, definitor, custos and provincial. 112a-114c (dopo 1450) [Inc.: Volavit ad me unus de seraphim. Iesus Nazarenus crucifixus rex Iudeorum fratres carissimi; Expl.: In hac vita gratiam et fidem. ) Bertholdus Ratisponensis (Berthold von Regensburg, ca. seventeenth cent.) Blasius Caleron (Blas Caldern, fl. 1760) Blasius de Bononia [de Barbaria] (later thirteenth-early fourteenth century) Blasius de Buiza (Blasio de Buiza/Buyza, fl. after 1385) Blasius de Manzanares (Blas de Manzanarez, fl. 1646) Boari Gregorius de Marrara (1745-1817), see: Gregorius Boaru (letter G) Bonafortuna, see: Bonaventura Parisiensis Bonagratia Bergamensis (Bonagrazia Boncortese/da Bergamo, ca. 16 cent.) Bonaventura Bruxellensis (Bonaventure de Bruxelles/Bonaventura van Brussel/Speeckaert, 1570-1633) Bonaventura Colombo (fl. after 1770) Bonifatius de Cerva (Ceva/Bonaventura Gallus?? yet Balduin seems to have elaborated his materials independently. Volker Honemann (Paderborn: Ferdinand Schningh, 2015), 660-661. C.: Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953), 5 ) Spanish friar from Belmonte. Hailed by Francisco Vzquez for his homiletic and theological prowess. late 17th cent.) Probably a creole friar who took the habit in Guatemala in 1678. literature AIA 28 (1927), 350-363; Raimundo Prez y Sosa, Un buen libro del siglo XVI. Pascucci, Vita della Beata Battista Varani (Macerata, 1680); Vicenzo da Porto S. for the Urbanist Poor Clares of Ghent and tertiary sisters) etc. editions Histoire de lglise de Notre-Dame de Saint Sauveur, en laquelle fut fond et establi le couvent des Pres capucins, lan 1592. Known for his commentary on the Third order rule and for his hagiographical biography of the Unterwalden hermit Nikolaus von Flue. 1300) literature AFH, 17 (1924), 335 manuscripts Sermo de Bonaventura: MS Napoli, Biblioteca Naz. Amen.] literature Manoscritti francescani della Biblioteca Nazionale di Napoli, ed. Cenci (Napoli 1971), II, 774 Bernardinus Amicus (Bernardino Amico, fl. Tractatus de Spiritu Sancto et de Inspirationibus [six sermons, composed between 14] Edited in: S. 1664) Bernardinus de Inurrigarro (Bernardino de Inurrigarro, fl. late 17th cent.) Bernardinus de Manlleu (Bernardino de Manlleu/Manlieu, 1585-1645) Bernardinus de Montolmo (1492-1565) Bernardinus de Nuceria (Bernardino da Nocera, d. 1716) Bernardinus de Rechanato (late fifteenth century) Bernardinus de Reggio (`Giorgio', ca. 1652) Bernardinus Gandensis (Bernardus van Gent/Jakob de Caesteker, d. second half 17 cent.) Bernardinus Senensis (1380-1444) Bernardinus Siculus (Bernardino Siculo, fl. 1425) Bernardus de Castelvetere (Luciano Ferraro, 1708-1756) Bernardus de Castrogiovanni (d. 1719) Bernardus de Jesu Escamilla (Bernardo de Jess Escamilla, fl. her best-known work is a spiritual treatise entitled Dolori mentali di Ges nella sua Passione (1488). Entered Capuchin order in the Bologna province in 1631. To this purpose he wrote a complete Cursus of philosophy and theology on the basis of the works of Bonaventure. Miscellanea di studi offerti a Bernardino de Armellada in occasione del suo 80o compleanno, ed. He also published John Duns Scotus Liber Primus Lecturae Parisiensis sive Reportatorum Scoti (Bologna, 1478) and an introductory work to Scotus commentary on the second book of the Sententiae, namely the Opusculum or the Ianua Scoti. Jean-Franois Kosta-Thfaine, AMS Studies in the Middle Ages, 28 (AMS Press, 2009), 233-248; Franciszek M. [on Benedict of Poland and his legate journey to the Mongol Khan]. Tertia Beatitudo est Luctus cui promittitur Consolatio vera. 1476-1535) Bernardinus de Sahagn (1499, Sahagn - 1590, Mexico) Bernardinus de Saluzzo (1638-1710) Bernardinus de Sancto Angelo in Vado (Bernardino de Sant Angelo in Vado/Bernardino Franceschini, d. 1732) Bernardinus Gonzalez (Bernardino Gonzlez, fl. early 16th cent.) Bernardinus Silvestris (second half 17th century) Bernardinus Surius (fl. 1668) Bernardus Antonius Gassmann (Polychronius, 1740-1821) Bernardus Bernardi (Bernardo Bernardi, 1687-1758) Bernardus Dappens (fl. early 18 cent.) Bernardus de Minervo (Bernardo di Minervo da Lecce, d. This work is regarded as one of the master-pieces of Franciscan ascetical writings. Later we find him in the Capuchin province of Parma (which was split off from the Bologna province by 1679). Was particularly successful as a teacher of theology to young Capuchin friars (for ca. Tried to turn Bonaventure into the teacher of the order, by linking him to Scotus and Thomas of Aquino. Aleksander Horowski, Bibliotheca seraphico-capuccina, 89 (Rome: Istituto Storico dei Cappuccini, 2009), 533-584. Rosinski, Franciszkanska legacja papieska z udzialem Polaka u Wielkiego Chana, in: Observare Evangelium. Benedictus Sinigardi (Benedetto Sinigardi Aretino) First provincial minister of the Holy Land province literature Jeryldine M. De duodecim Fructibus Spiritus Christi et Ligni Vitae. first half 16 Bernardus de Bessa ( 1300/1304, Cahors) Bernardus de Bononia (1699-1768) Bernardus de Bordeaux (Bernardin/Bernard Fustier, fl. 1653) Bernardus de Monteto (Bernard de Monteto/Montesco, 1343-1359) Bernardus de Osimo (c. e la sua `Summa Casuum Studi Francescani 74 (1977) 375-402; L. She dedicated it to her spiritual counsellor Pietro de Mogliano OFMObs. Wrote also glossaries on the biblical works of Bonaventure (for preaching purposes), and several minor expository works. editions: Flores et Fructus Philosophici ex Seraphico Paradiso Excerpti seu Cursus Philosophiae ad Mentem S. Wroclawska Ksiega Jubileuszu 800-lecia Zakonu Braci Mniejszych, ed. Wood, Pieros Legend of the True Cross and the friars of San Francesco [Sansepolcro], in: The Cambridge Companion to Piero della Francesca, 51-65, 205-214. Belgian friar, spiritual reformer, hagiographer and historian. De multiplici Lumine quo cognosci possit quae sunt Inspirationes implendae et quare merentur et quid merentur. [Feria V post Pentecosten et pro Dominica XIV post Pentecosten-De Epistola] VI, 312-319. De Manifestatione Spiritus Sancti per duodecim Signa.