Raymond Geoffroy est un moine franciscain provençal, ministre général de 1289 à 1295.

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  • Raymond Geoffroy est un moine franciscain provençal, ministre général de 1289 à 1295.
  • Raymond de Gaufredi (died 1310) was a Friar Minor from Provence. A sympathizer with the Franciscan Spirituals, he became Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor in 1289. On the death of Pope Nicholas IV in 1292, he felt able to relax the sanctions against the Spirituals. He was responsible in particular for the release from prison of Roger Bacon. Angelo da Clareno and some of his followers were exiled to Armenia. He nominated Pierre Jean Olivi for a teaching position at the University of Montpellier.Gaufredi was also a supporter of the Franciscan tertiary Ramón Llull. He was deposed as Minister General by Pope Boniface VIII, in 1295.Some alchemical writings have been attributed to him.
  • Raimondo Gaufridi, anche Ramon de Godefroy, Raymond de Gaufredi, Raimondo di Goffredo, (... – 1310), fu un religioso provenzale appartenente all'Ordine francescano, ordine del quale fu ministro generale dal 1289 al 1295.
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  • Raymond Geoffroy est un moine franciscain provençal, ministre général de 1289 à 1295.
  • Raimondo Gaufridi, anche Ramon de Godefroy, Raymond de Gaufredi, Raimondo di Goffredo, (... – 1310), fu un religioso provenzale appartenente all'Ordine francescano, ordine del quale fu ministro generale dal 1289 al 1295.
  • Raymond de Gaufredi (died 1310) was a Friar Minor from Provence. A sympathizer with the Franciscan Spirituals, he became Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor in 1289. On the death of Pope Nicholas IV in 1292, he felt able to relax the sanctions against the Spirituals. He was responsible in particular for the release from prison of Roger Bacon. Angelo da Clareno and some of his followers were exiled to Armenia.
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  • Raymond Geoffroy
  • Raimondo Gaufridi
  • Raymond de Gaufredi
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