Archivum Franciscanum Historicum is the scholarly journal of the Frati Editori di Quaracchi at St Isidore's, Rome.  Since 1908, it has been a major reference tool for scholars, secular and religious, dealing with Franciscan history. AFH is issue twice a year and contains articles written in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish with a priority given to the presentation/edition of unpublished sources.

General editor: Benedkt Mertens OFM, Rome

Editorial board:

Antonio Ciceri OFM, Castellanza, VA

Pierre Moracchini, Paris

Rafael Sanz OFM, Rome/Murcia

William J. Short OFM, Rome

 

Secretary:

Juri Leoni OFM, Rome

 

Address of the editor:

Archivum Franciscanum Historicum

Frati Editori di Quaracchi

Collegio S. Isidoro

Via degli Artisti, 41

00187 Roma, Italia

Tel. (+39) 06.45489131      Email: rivistaafh@yahoo.it

 

Requests for subscription should be addressed only to:

Frati Editori di Quaracchi

Fondazione Collegio S. Bonaventura

Via S. Maria Mediatrice, 25

00165 Roma, Italia

Tel/Fax: (+39) 06.68491286  Tel.: (+39) 06.68491287

Email: quaracchi@ofm.org

Internet: http://www.fratiquaracchi.it

 

Subscription for 2017:

Italy:                       52,00€ (free shipping included)

All other countries:   65,00€ (free shipping included)

 

The pdf version of AFH is available at:

http://www.libreriadelsanto.it/reparti/ebook/ebook---riviste/4098.html

Autori ed Articoli in AFH 1 (1908) – 100 (2007) 

Abstracts of articles (recent issues):

AFH 103 (2010), fasc. 1-2

AFH 103 (2010), fasc. 3-4

AFH 104 (2011), fasc. 1-2

AFH 104 (2011). fasc. 3-4

AFH 105 (2012), fasc. 1-4

AFH 106 (2013), fasc. 1-2

AFH 106 (2013), fasc. 3-4

AFH 107 (2014), fasc. 1-2

AFH 107 (2014), fasc. 3-4

AFH 108 (2015), fasc. 1-2

AFH 108 (2015), fasc 3-4

AFH 109 (2016), fasc.- 1-2

AFH 109 (2016), fasc.- 3-4

AFH 110 (2017), fasc. 1-2

 

 


 

  

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January 15, 2016.  A group of Irish and Italian people, meeting in the University Roma Tre to commemorate the centenary of the Rising in Dublin in 1916, finished their session with a visit to St.Isidores, where Micheal gave them a brief history of the house, where there were readings from writings of some participants in the Rising, and some traditional Irish music presented by Comhaltas Ceoltoiri na Roimhe. 

 


 

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September 2017 The community includes two elements: 1. The Institute of St.Bonaventure for Higher Studies. 2. Irish Franciscan Friars training for the priesthood.