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Franziskus von Assisi (Subsidia Scientifica Franciscalia, iv, 1973); idem with R. Oliger, La Tradition Manuscrite des Opuscules de Saint Francois d'Assise (Subsidia Scientifica Franciscalia, iii 1972); F. de Beer, La Conversion de Saint Francois selon Thomas de Celano (Paris, 1963); D. Flood, W. van Dijk, T. Matura, La Naissance d'un Charisme (Paris, 1973). 4 Cf. Pasztor, p. 264. 5 A. Fortini, Nova vita di San Francesco ([Perugia], 1959) 1, i, 243; O. Englebert, Saint Francis of Assisi (Chicago, 1965), pp.
Petronio at Bologna; S. Miniato at Florence; S. Massimo at Reggio Emilia. The patron saints of the city communes were often bishops, and the sense of identity of the citizens tended to focus itself on these diocesan cults — though this does not take away from the fact that there was frequent friction and discord between the bishop and the local ruling classes (whose principal families tended to have members who were canons of the cathedral). Bishop, cathedral chapter, and commune were in this period three forces making up the political framework of the city which were allied together, or were mutually opposed, in different ways in 3 See examples in F.
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