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Unfortunately, even the Bollandists could not find any more information about him.
One final theme in the work of the Bollandists and all these modern assessments of the legends of saints' lives and deaths should be noted: the role of popular imagination.
Roman Jesuits supported the myth, while, outside Rome, Jesuit Bollandists repudiated it.
For Dominic, see Acta sanctorum quotquot toto orbe coluntur, published by the Bollandists (hereafter abbreviated AASS), August, 1, 405; for Anthony of Padua, see RaphaelM.
The chief publication of the Bollandists, as they are called, is Acta Sanctorum (the Deeds of the Saints).
In the interval he spent almost a year with the Bollandists in Belgium (May 1926 to April 1927) to extend his knowledge of hagiography.
The Bollandists' Bibliotheca Hagiographica Latina Antiquae et Mediae Aetatis, i (Brussels, 1898-1899), 225.
This weighty volume contains the first fruits of a singularly massive enterprise, undertaken initially with the Bollandists, then at Louvain-la-Neuve, then at the German Historical Institute in Paris.
At the same time, his reliance on the Protestant Reformation as a terminal point exaggerates both its influence and theological homogeneity, thereby underrating the critical work of Renaissance authors who foreshadowed the emergence of the Bollandists.
See also Socii Bollandiani, Bibliotheca Hagiographica Orientalis (hereafter BHO), Subsidia Hagiographica 10 (Bruxelles: Bollandists, 1910), 1-2; and traditions concerning the childhood of Gregory the Illuminator (for example, Agathangelos, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Patmowt'iwn Hayots'; History of the Armenians] [subsection] 34-37 [R.