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== Manuscripts ==
 
== Manuscripts ==
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This manuscript contains some of the Loyola Mandes' letters. For metadata and transcription of each letter, please click on the following links:
 
* [[Index:APUG 1060 I 101r-103v.pdf|APUG 1060 I 101r-103v]]
 
* [[Index:APUG 1060 I 137bis r-v.pdf|APUG 1060 I 137bis r-v]]
 
* [[Index:APUG 1060 I 226r-v.pdf|APUG 1060 I 226r-v]]
 
* [[Index:APUG 1060 I 230r-231v.pdf|APUG 1060 I 230r-231v]]
 
* [[Index:APUG 1060 I 241r-v.pdf|APUG 1060 I 241r-v]]
 
* [[Index:APUG 1060 I 292r-294v.pdf|APUG 1060 I 292r-294v]]
 
* [[Index:APUG 1060 I 329r-330v.pdf|APUG 1060 I 329r-330v]]<br>
 
  
 
== Metadata search ==
 
== Metadata search ==

Revision as of 10:28, 10 January 2020

Balthasar Loyola Mandes (1630-1667) was a Moroccan prince who converted to Catholicism and in 1657 became a Jesuit. The Historical Archives of the Pontifical Gregorian University holds some of his manuscripts containing letters and devotional works (description in MANUS On Line: APUG 1060), which will be published in this collection.

Le père Balthazar Mendez de Loyola (Anonyme, XVIIe siècle)
Huile sur toile, 0,61x0,54. Toulouse Résidence.
Provenance: Peut-être le tableau peint à Béziers en 1667 et remis "à l'epoque révolutionnaire dans la famille de Saune" qui le possédant en 1910. Restitué ou donné à la nouvelle Résidence de Toulouse après 1910.


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APUG 1060 IV[1]


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References

  1. At the following link you can read the diplomatic transcription of all the manuscripts with call number APUG 1060 IV.