In the monastic reform’s project promoted by Ambrogio Traversari (General of Camaldulensian Order between 1431 and 1439) are included the visits to San Vito in Vicenza, a monastery founded at the begin of XIIIth century and in decadence after few decades. These visits show that in the Venetian area, and in the case of San Vito, Traversari was compelled to deal with the private interests and his wish to carry out the reform here with the aid of Paolo Venier, Abbot of San Michele di Murano, and Francesco Sandelli, Abbot of Santa Maria delle Carceri near Padua. In the Appendix are edited the testament of Marco da Venezia, Prior of San Vito, and a letter in Traversari’s own hand with which Bernardo da Rimini is named new Prior of San Vito.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] San Vito di Vicenza in the context of Ambrogio Traversari's visits (with his new autograph)|
|Numero di pagine||23|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2014|
- Camaldulensian Order
- San Vito at Vicenza
- San Vito di Vicenza
- Traversari Ambrogio