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Ospedale Santo Spirito in Sassia (Rome, Italy)


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    • Ospedale di S. Spirito in Sassia (Rome, Italy)
    • Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Sassia (Rome, Italy)
    • Hospital of the Holy Ghost (Rome, Italy)
    • Hospital of Santo Spirito (Rome, Italy)
    • Hospitalis S. Spiritus (Rome, Italy)
    • Hospitalis Sancti Spiritus (Rome, Italy)
    • Hospitale Sancti Spiritus (Rome, Italy)
    • Santo Spirito in Sassia (Hospital : Rome, Italy)
    • Ospedale S. Spirito (Rome, Italy)
    • Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Saxia (Rome, Italy)
    • Ospedale di Santo Spirito (Ordine di Santo Spirito in Sassia)
    • Arcispedale di Santo Spirito in Saxia (Rome, Italy)
    • Arcispedale Santo Spirito in Saxia (Rome, Italy)
    • Archiospedale di Santo Spirito (Rome, Italy)
    • Archiospedale di S. Spirito (Rome, Italy)
    • Antico ospedale Santo Spirito (Rome, Italy)
    • Casa madre di Santo Spirito in Saxia (Rome, Italy)
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    • Hospital of the Holy Ghost (Rome, Italy)
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    • found: Catholic Church. Pope (1471-1484 : Sixtus IV). Bulla de reformatione Confraternitatis Hospitalis S. Spiritus, after 21 Mar. 1478:no t.p. or title; t.p. substitute (... Hospitalis S. Spiritus)
    • found: Howe, E. D. The Hospital of Santo Spirito and Pope Sixtus IV, 1978:title page (Hospital of Santo Spirito) page 1 (founded by Innocent III between 1198 and 1201 on the site of the Schola Saxonum; hence the designation "in Sassia" occasionally applied to the hospital complex as well as to the adjoining church of the same name) passim (operated by the Confraternity of Santo Spirito to a greater or lesser degree depending on degree of Papal control and interest, which varied from Pope to Pope)
    • found: LC data base, 1-3-92(hdg.: Rome (City). Ospedale di Santo Spirito)
    • found: Guida delle regioni d'Italia, 1990/91:column 2732 (Ospedale "Santo Spirito in Sassia"; in Rome)
    • found: De Angelis, P. Musica e musicisti nell'Arcispedale di Santo Spirito in Saxia dal Quattrocento all'Ottocento, 1950:title page (Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Saxia)
    • found: L'Arcispedale Santo Spirito in Saxia, 2011:page 15 (Antico ospedale Santo Spirito)
    • found: Notizie di pezzi patologici che veggonsi al Museo dell' Archiospedale di Santo Spirito, 1835:title page (Archiospedale di Santo Spirito)
    • found: Storia di un priorato dell'Ordine di Santo Spirito, 2013:page 15 (Casa madre di Santo Spirito in Saxia di Roma; Ospedale di S. Spirito in Sassia, Arciospedale di S. Spirito) page 16, etc. (Ospedale di Santo Spirito; hospital located near the Vatican, established in late 12th/early 13th century by Pope Innocent III and affiliated with the hospitaller Order of the Holy Spirit, founded by Guy de Montpellier; the hospital occupied the same site as an early medieval "scola," which provided care and housing for pilgrims from Great Britain ("Saxia"); it was the first in a wide network of medieval and early modern hospitals affiliated with the order)
    • found: Frater Philippus Mulart decreto[rum] doctor sacri et apostolici Hospitalis Sa[n]cti Spiritus in Saxia de urbe Romana ac totius eiusde[m] ordinis ad regna Anglie, 1520.
    • found: Pollard & Redgrave. Short-title catalogue, 1475-1640, 1986:volume 2, page 6 (Rome, Hospital of the Holy Ghost)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed August 3, 2016:(Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Sassia; ancient hospital, now a convention center in Rome, next to the modern Ospedale di Santo Spirito)
    • found: Italian Wikipedia, viewed September 8, 2016(Arcispedale di Santo Spirito in Saxia; an ancient hospital situated in the rione di Burgo, near the Vatican City; the building, which is adjacent to the modern Ospedale di Santo Spirito, is now occupied by a convention center)
    • found: Catholic Encyclopedia online:(under Order of the Holy Ghosts: The Hospital of the Holy Ghost at Rome was the cradle of an order, which, beginning in the thirteenth century, spread throughout all the countries of Christendom, and whose incalculable services have been recognized by every historian of medicine)
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    • 2016-10-31: revised
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