S. Bartolomeo
Community ID
Alternate Names
S. Bartolomeus
Campo Reggiano
Date Founded
1057, March
Date Terminated
1410 (taken over by Augustinian order)
Religious Order
Foundation Information

In March of 1057, Pietro, Giovanni, Rodolfo and their mother donated lands in Camporeggiano and Monte Cavallo to Peter Damian, prior of Fonte Avellana, to build a new monastery.

Priveleges & Papal Exemptions

Nicholas II (1057-61) conceded privileges and land in Burano.

Dependent Communities

S. Giacomo (after 1288)

Other Ecclesiastical Relations

Domina Beatrice, ministra of the community, geve land to Abbot Gerardo of S. Bartolomeo (male) to help found a new community, S. Maria de Tremogiis.

Other Economic Activities

In 1333 the community paid 25 fiorini in tax (decima).

Early Documents

1065: Bishop of Gúbbio exchanges lands of the monastery in Camporeggiano for land in Burano.

Architecture & Archaeology

The church is in Roman style, with early Christian structure. Has two lateral naves and possible crypta.

Manuscript Sources

Archivio S. Fondo, Arm. I-B-14, c. 16 r. (n.n.);
Archivio di S. Paolo, Codex diplom. cc 253, 301 r., 374, 488, and pp. 21-22 and 83-84 (bull is missing)

Published Primary Sources

Bullarium Casinense, vol. II, 380-81, 396, and 534;
Documenti Tudertini, pp. 434-36, n. XXXVIII; pp. 440-41, n. L-LI; pp. 442-43, n. LVIII, and pp. 451-52, n. XC

Miscellaneous Information

Double monastery.

Suzanne Wemple-Kinder
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