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História da Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto (vol. 3)

Eugénio de Andrea da Cunha e Freitas


Publisher: Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto
Year: 1995
ISBN: 972-96628-1-9
Language: portuguese

Dimensions: 24x17

Weight: 1555g

Pages: 592

Binding: hard cover


"Magalhães Basto, in addition to addressing the origins of the Confraternity of Porto, digs deeper: The History of Portugal is the natural framework always present. It refers to the national origins of this fantastic movement that was the foundation of the Misericordias, highlighting the virtues of this sublime woman, the Queen Lady Dona Leonor. Magalhães Basto looks far beyond the city walls. To that extent, this study represents an important contribution to the history of the movement of social solidarity in Portugal." (Francisco Ribeiro da Silva)

Volume III - Chapter I: The Benefactors; Chapter II: More benefactors in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; Chapter III: The Government Misericórdia; Chapter IV: Provedors and Registrars of the House; Chapter V: The Commitments 1594 and 1646; Chapter VI: Provedors and Registrars after the Commitment (1643-1772); Chapter VII: The Misericórdia Church (1610-1683); Chapter VIII: The Misericórdia Church (1688-1770); Chapter IX: The New Sacristy and the courtyard Chapel; Chapter X: Administration Building,, Registry and other facilities; Chapter XI: organs, organ builders and organists. The music Chapel; Chapter XII: Two serious incidents with Mitra; Chapter XIII: The Hospital of D. Lopo de Almeida (1635-1770); Chapter XIV: Doctors, Surgeons and Bleeders; Chapter XV: Apothecaries; Chapter XVI: The Misericórdia and the Restauração.


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História da Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto (vol. 1)

Artur de Magalhães Basto


Publisher: Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto (2.ª ed.)
Year: 1997
ISBN: 972-96628-3-5
Language: portuguese

Dimensions: 24x17cm

Weight: 1690g

Pages: 592

Binding: hard cover


"Magalhães Basto, in addition to addressing the origins of the Confraternity of Porto, digs deeper: The History of Portugal is the natural framework always present. It refers to the national origins of this fantastic movement that was the foundation of the Misericordias, highlighting the virtues of this sublime woman, the Queen Lady Dona Leonor. Magalhães Basto looks far beyond the city walls. To that extent, this study represents an important contribution to the history of the movement of social solidarity in Portugal." (Francisco Ribeiro da Silva)

Contens :

Volume I - From the Origins to 1584 (I. The Era; II The Queen Leonor; III. Foundation of Misericórdia; IV. The «resurrection» of Contreira; V. How a legend emerged; VI. Originality of Portuguese Misericórdias;. VII. Porto in the fifteenth century; VIII. The first headquarters of Misericórdia do Porto;.. IX To its Destiny ...; X. The Mysterious "Fons Vitae"; XI. The old charity houses of Porto; XII. The first hospital of Misericórdia; XIII. Laying the roots; XIV. Misericórdia on Flores Street; XV. The Brotherhood Administrative machine; XVI. "Let us not love in word ... but in deed and in truth!"; XVII And the night came down ...) Notes and Documents (I. Iconography of Queen Leonor; II. Order of Inquiry of Trindade Order; III. King Manuel I and the Misericórdia de Lisboa; IV Misericórdia of Florence 1490 Commitment; V. The first commitment of Misericórdia do Porto, VI. The "charola" of the Porto Cathedral and the Chapel of Alãos; VII. Pedro Julião or Pope John XXI, VIII. Bishop Julião Fernandes, IX. Father André Coutinho and tapestries of India's History; X. The plague of 1575).


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Grandes Beneméritos da Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto

Cadernos dos 500 Anos - Vol. I

Ana Sílvia Albuquerque de Oliveira Nunes de Lemos Peixoto

Publisher: Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto
Year: 1997
ISBN: 972-96628-2-7
Language: portuguese
Dimensions: 30x21cm

Weight: 890g

Pages: 204

Binding: soft cover


"The great benefactors of Santa Casa Misericórdia do Porto were its basis: to be born and grow, to become established and stabilized. They shaped its form and contours.

These works will bring to the public monographic studies on initiatives and actions that give prestige to the Santa Casa da Misericordia do Porto throughout its history. The most significant testaments to the Santa Casa, from the sixteenth century to the twentieth century, fill the pages of these two volumes.

These works will bring to the public monographic studies on initiatives and actions that give prestige to the Santa Casa da Misericordia do Porto throughout its history. The most significant testaments to the Santa Casa, from the sixteenth century to the twentieth century, fill the pages of these two volumes.

Benefactors (Vol. I): D. Lopo de Almeida; Manuel de Passos Castro; Joaquim Ferreira dos Santos (Conde de Ferreira); José Joaquim Leite de Faria (Barão de Nova Sintra); José Rodrigues D'Araújo Porto; Manoel António Monteiro dos Santos; Manuel José Pereira de Lima; D. Francisco de Noronha Menezes; Manuel José Rodrigues Semide; Luzia Joaquina Bruce; António Monteiro dos Santos."


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Espaço, Arte e Memória: O Cemitério da Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto

Gonçalo de Vasconcelos e Sousa

Publisher: Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto
Year: 2010
ISBN: 978-972-98920-6-6
Language: portuguese
Dimensions: 28x22cm
Weight: 1150g
Pages: 168
Binding: hard cover


"(...) "Bury the dead" is one of the Works of Mercy, thus honouring the remains of what was a lived and shared life, also perpetuating it by memory and suffrage. The Santas Casas have always had that obligation and care, being great helpers of human dignity, in its fullest sense. (...)"

Contents :
Chapter I - Prado do Repouso Cemetery and the installation of the Private Area of Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto; Chapter II - The burial constructions and the Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto; Album of the Chapel and Funerary monuments in the Private Area of the SCMP in Prado do Repouso Cemetery - I. Chapel of the Private Area of the Santa Casa da Misericórdia do Porto; II. Tomb of Dr. José Plácido Campiam; III. Tomb of Manuel José de Sousa Araújo; IV. Tomb of José da Silva Passos and his wife, D. Ana Margarida Soares da Silva Passos; V. Tomb of José Pinto Soares and his wife, D. Emília Delfina da Costa Soares; VI. Tomb of Félix Las Cazas dos Santos, 1st Viscount de Las Cazas; VII. Tomb of Augusto Roquemont; VIII. Tomb of Comendator Manuel Francisco Duarte Cidade; IX. Tomb of the Martyrs of Liberty; X. Tomb of António Rodrigues de Araújo Lima's family; XI. Tomb of Francisco José Nogueira; XII. Tomb of José Joaquim Aguiar; XIII. Tomb of António Joaquim Fernandes Magalhães family; XIV. Tomb of D. Sebastião Leite de Vasconcelos, Archbishop of Damieta; XV. Tomb of Joaquim Lopes Fernandes and his wife; XVI. Tomb of Severim José de Brito's family; XVII. Tomb of the Viscounts of Ermida; XVIII. Tomb of Coronel-Doctor Mário de Castro; XIX. Tomb of Albano Alves Meruja's family; other tombs in the Private Area of Misericórdia do Porto.


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