Authors: Andreas de Novo Castro, Franciscus de Arimino, Petrus de Candia

Collection of Works: Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi

Tom. XVI. - Tractatus quatuor de Immaculata conceptione B.M. Virginis, nempe Thomae de Rossy, Andreae de Novo Castro, Petri de Candia, Francisci de Arimino, cura C. Piana, T. Szabó, A. Emmen

Place of Publication: Quaracchi

Publication Date: 1954

Pages: 416

ISBN 978-88-7013-049-2
Catalogue Code Number: B16
Price: € 16,00

About the Author

Andrew of Neufchâteau (mid-XIV c. - 1400 ca.)

French friar from Lorraine who composed a commentary on the first book of the Sentences of Peter Lombard, and a treatise On the Conception of the Virgin.

Francis of Rimini (1400 ca. - post-1469)

Italian Franciscan writer from Romagna, he studied first at Padua, later at Toulouse and Paris before teaching theology at Bologna. A friend of Bernardine of Siena, he became Minister of the Province of Bologna. We have his brief Treatise on the Blood of Christ, and the sermon "On the Glorious Conception" of the Virgin Mary is attributed to him.

Peter of Candia (Pope Alexander V) (1340-1410)

Friar from Candia in Crete, he studied at Oxford. He lectured on the Sentences in Paris. Successively bishop of Vicenza, of Novara, and archbishop of Milan, he was made cardinal (1405) and elected pope at the Council of Pisa (1409). We have his commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard and other theological works.

About the Collection

Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 1957 et seqq. In 8° mai.

This collection offers critical editions of a wide range of Franciscan medieval scholastic texts from such authors as Alexander of Hales, Bonaventure, John Pecham, Peter of John Olivi, Matthew of Aquasparta, Roger Marston, and William of Middleton.

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