Assisi, Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi
Spoleto, Spoleto Cathedral

Saint Francis of Assisi: Solet Annuere and letters (Collection) Facsimile Edition

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Solet Annuere e Autografi di san Francesco

Venice: Scrinium

  • Commentary (Italian)
  • Full-size color reproduction of one or more portions of the original document, Saint Francis of Assisi: Solet Annuere and letters (Collection): the facsimile attempts to replicate the look-and-feel and physical features of the original document; pages are trimmed according to the original format; the binding might not be consistent with the current document binding.

This collection features a set of 3 documents in facsimile:

  • "Regola Bollata" or the Franciscan rules, composed by Saint Francis in 12 chapters. The rule was confirmed by Honorius III with the Papal Bull "Solet Annuere" in 1223. This document is preserved as a relic in the sacristy of S. Francesco Church in Assisi.
  • A handwritten letter by San Francis, including the "Laudes a Dei altissimi" and "Benedictio fratris Leonis" (1224) - currently preserved in the Duomo of Spoleto.
  • A letter from San Francis of Assisi to Brother Leo, known as "Lettera spoletina" (1224–1226)- currently preserved in the Duomo of Spoleto.

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