The Bibliographia Franciscana "is a systematically ordered collection of bibliographic references to the principal works (books, pamphlets, articles, etc.) of every language in the area of Franciscan studies, from 1929 to the present day. The bibliographic sources are arranged according to a schema consisting of ten sections, each subdivided into various subsections: 1) Aids and work tools; 2) Saint Francis of Assisi; 3) Studies and Franciscan doctrines; 4) Individual Franciscan writers; 5) History of the Franciscan Order; 6) missions; 7) Saint Clare of Assisi and the Second Order; 8) The Third Order Regular; 9) Secular Franciscan Order; and 10) Franciscan art. The Bibliographia Franciscana embraces also studies and research on numerous Franciscan authors such as Alexander of Hales, Bonaventure of Bagnoregio, Roger Bacon, Peter John Olivi, John Duns Scotus, William Ockham, Raymond Lull."
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