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Report No. r091

Bartholomaeus Pisanus de Sancto Concordio

d. 1347

 

Alternative Names

Bartholomaeus de Pisa; Bartholomaeus de Sancto Concordio; Bartolomeo da San Concordio; Bartolomeo da Pisa; Bartolomeo Pisano; Bartolommeo de Granchi; Barthélemy de Pise; Barthélemy de San Concordio; Bartholomew of Pisa

 

Biography/Description

A Dominican, Bartholomaeus composed a confessional Summa around 1338. It was intended to complete and update the Summa confessorum of Johannes of Freiburg and arranged in an alphabetical format. According to its brevity and origin it came to be known as the Pisanella.

 

Text(s)

 
No. 1

Summa de casibus conscientie. Also known as the Pisanella.

 

Text(s) – Early Printed Editions

No. 1

Summa de casibus conscientie.

 
Early Printed Editions

s.l., 1473 (Hain 2526).

 
 

Köln, 1474 (Hain 2527).

 
 

Paris, 1475 (Hain 2525).

 
 

s.l., 1475 (Hain 2528).

 
 

Venezia, 1481 (Hain 2529).

 
 

Zamora, c. 1482. A Spanish version.

 
 

Speyer, s.a. (Hain 2524).

 
 

Venezia, 1846. A partial Italian version.

 
 

Venezia, 1868. A partial Italian version.

 

Literature

T. Kaeppeli, Scriptores ordinis praedicatorum medii aevi (Roma 1970) 1.157–68.

P. Michaud-Quantin, Sommes de casuistique et manuals de confession au moyen âge (XII–XVI siècles) (Leuven 1962) 60–62.

A. Teetaert, ‘Barthélemy de Pise ou De San Concordio’, in DDC (1937) 2.2.213–16.

J. Dietterle, ‘Die “Summae confessorum (sive de casibus conscientiae)” von ihren Anfängen an bis Silvester Prierias’, ZKG, 27 (1906) 166–70.

J. von Schulte, QL 2.428–29.