Author: Franciscus Assisiensis

Collection of Works: Bibliotheca Franciscana Ascetica Medii Aevi

Tom. I. - Opuscula sancti Patris Francisci Assisiensis sec. codices mss. emendata et denuo edita a PP. Collegii S. Bonaventurae.

Place of Publication: Quaracchi

Publication Date: 1904

Pages: XVI-212

ISBN 000-00-0000-000-0
Catalogue Code Number: C1
Out of Print

About the Author

Francis of Assisi (1181/2-1226)

The Poverello of Assisi, founder of the Friars Minor, collaborator of Clare of Assisi, and guide for brother and sister penitents, was an effective preacher, a composer of poetic texts in early Italian vernacular, and a writer of Latin prayers, rules, letters and exhortations over a period of twenty years. He was canonized by Gregory IX in 1228.

About the Collection

Bibliotheca Franciscana Ascetica Medii Aevi, 1904 et seqq. In 8° min. (tom. XIII, in 8°).

This series specializes mainly in critical editions of Franciscan spiritual and hagiographical texts of the Middle Ages.