Italian Franciscan from Bologna, who wrote extensively on the city’s medieval University. Collaborator in publishing the early volumes of Scotus (1938-1943), he joined the Collegio S. Bonaventura at Quaracchi, where until 1950 he worked on the editions of Bernardine of Siena, Alexander of Hales and Matthew of Aquasparta.
About the Collection
Spicilegium Bonaventurianum, 1963 seqq. In 8° mai.
A variety of scholarly research: archival research into aspects of Assisi's city life and 15th/16th c. Italian universities; works on Franciscan manuscripts in Naples and Troyes; editions of works by scholastic authors Francis of the Marches, Nicholas of Ockham, Peter Lombard, William of Auxerre; critical editions of spiritual and writings of Francis of Assisi (also in Italian and Spanish translation), Angela of Foligno, Hugh of Digne, and Rudolf of Biberach.