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Thomas of Celano and the "Dies Irae"

@article{Demaray1965ThomasOC,
  title={Thomas of Celano and the "Dies Irae"},
  author={Donald E. Demaray},
  journal={The Asbury Journal},
  year={1965},
  volume={19},
  pages={8}
}
Thomas of Celano� "Friar Minor, poet, and hagiographical writer. . ^ was probably born at Celano in the Province of Abruzzi, about 1200. It is thought that he died about 1255, though neither the date of his birth nor death is absolutely known to scholars of medi eval history. A Franciscan friar, he was the devout biographer and disciple of St. Francis of Assisi. In regard to the latter he was one of the first group (comprising eleven) of disciples who followed St. Francis. Thomas joined this… 

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