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Report No. r038

Angelus Carletus de Clavasio

1411–1495

 

Alternative Names

Angelo Carletti (LC); Angelo Carletti da Chiavasso; Angiolo da Chivasso; Angelus de Clavasio; Angelus Carletus

 

Biography/Description

A Franciscan observant from Milan who spent much of his life as the vicar general of the order at the papal curia, Angelus wrote a widely circulating penitential Summa. His main sources were the works of his equally successful predecessors, Bartholomaeus de San Concordo (Summa Pisana) and Monaldus (Monaldina). Martin Luther burnt an exemplar of the Summa, which he called Diabolica, in a protest against catholic penitential discipline in 1520. A. also wrote a Consilium condemning the Monte dell doti of Florence and another supporting it.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Summa Angelica.

 
No. 2

De restitutionibus.

 
No. 3

Super bullis Sixti IV.

 

Text(s) – Early Printed Editions

No. 1

Summa Angelica.

 
Early Printed Editions

Summa Angelica. Strassbourg. (Hain 5399)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1476. (Hain 5381)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Chivasso, 1486. (Hain 5382)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1487 (online). (Hain 5383) (GW 1925)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1487. (Hain 5384)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Speyer, 1488 (online). (Hain 5386) (GW 1926)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Nürnberg, 1488. (Hain 5385)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1489 (online). (GW 1928)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Strassbourg, 1489. (Hain 5388)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Aalst, 1490. (Hain 5389)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1490. (Hain 5390)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Strassbourg, 1491. (Hain 5391)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1491. (Hain 5392)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1492 (online). (Hain 5396) (GW 1934)

 
 

Summa Angelica. s.l., 1492. (Hain 5393)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1492. (Hain 5394)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Nürnberg, 1492. (Hain 5395)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Strassbourg, 1495. (Hain 5397)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1495. (Hain 5398)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Aalst, 1496. (Hain 5398)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Nürnberg, 1498 (online). (Hain 5400) (GW 1944)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Venezia, 1499. (Hain 5401)

 
 

Summa Angelica. Strasbourg, 1502 (online).

 
 

Summa Angelica. Hangenau, 1505 (online).

 
 

Summa Angelica. Hagenau, 1509 (online).

 
 

Summa Angelica. Strasbourg, 1515 (online).

 
No. 2

De restitutionibus.

 
Early Printed Editions

Tractatio de restitutionibus. Roma: O. Marentini, 1771-72.

 
No. 3

Super bullis Sixti IV.

 
Early Printed Editions

Super bullis Sixti IV. s.l., s.a..

 

Literature

L. Dell’Olmo, ‘Il Sommario della causa di canonizzazione del Beato Angelo Carletti da Chivasso’, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum, 81 (1988) 367–370.

E. Bellone, ‘S. Bernardino come Auctoritas nelle opere del Beato Angelo da Chivasso (1410 c.–1495)’, Atti del simposio internazionale Cateriniano–Bernardiniano, Siena, 17–20 aprile 1980, D. Maffei and P. Nardi, ed. (Siena 1982) 333–357.

J. Kirshner, ‘A “Consilium” of Angelo da Chivasso on the Monte delle doti of Florence’, Proceedings Salamanca (MIC C–6; Città del Vaticano 1980) 435–41.

P. Michaud-Quantin, Sommes de casuistique et manuals de confession au moyen âge (XII–XVI siècles) (Louvain 1962) 99–100.

M. Bessone, Il Beato Angelo Carletti da Chiavasso (Cuneo 1950).

J. Sbaralea, Supplementum ad scriptores ordinis minorum (Roma 1908) 1.43–44.

J. Dietterle, ‘Die “Summae confessorum (sive de casibus conscientie)” von ihren Anfängen an bis Silvester Prierias’, ZKG, 27 (1906) 296–310.

J. von Schulte, QL 2.452–53.