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Epistolae Bellarmini Cardinalis Project

The Epistolae Bellarmini Cardinalis (EBC) project is aimed at transcribing and annotating all the letters filed within the Epistolae Bellarmini Cardinalis Collection. The Historical Archives of Pontifical Gregorian University contains the unpublished collection entitled Epistolae Bellarmini Cardinalis, which is composed of about 2,674 letters either sent to Cardinal Robert Bellarmine, or written by him, between March 1599 (when he was appointed Cardinal) and October 1621. The letters in the collection, which are typewritten, have been collected by François Xavier Le Bachelet SJ (1855-1925) and Sebastiaan Peter Cornelis Tromp SJ (1889-1975). They are subdivided into nine volumes in chronological order: the first eight volumes contain the so-called Collectio Le Bachelet, while the last volume was added later by Tromp.

Manuscripts

In this section, we aim to transcribe and edit some of the Bellarmino's manuscripts preserved by APUG. A list of these manuscripts is available here.

Bibliographia Bellarminiana

This bibliography aims to explore the state of the art of the Bellarmino's related publications. It is the starting point to make our observation about the observations made about Bellarmino during the last four centuries of historiography.

Bibliographia Bellarminiana includes the publications recorded by László Polgár in his Bibliographie sur l'histoire de la Compagnie de Jésus 1901-1980 (Roma, Institutum Historicum S.I., 1981-1990) and those ones collected in the annual bibliography published within the Archivum Historicum Societatis Iesu. New bibliographic entries are constantly added; today Bibliographia Bellarminiana records 117 bibliographic entries.

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