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  • He was buried in the chapel of the Sacred Heart of Majorca

    I died the 22 of November 1484 Palma, and was buried in the chapel of the Sacred Heart of Majorca. His tomb lies at the bottom of the side windows of the altarpiece of the Chapel of the Sacred Heart, que també allotgen les despulles d’un altre il·lustre defensor i estudiós de Ramon Llull, Pere Joan Llobet (death 1460)
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BEATRIU DE PINÓS

Principality of Catalonia
1433-1484

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    patrons, Protectora del lul·lisme
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    Lul·lisme. Ideological movement against the disciples of Ramon Llull and around their authentic works attributed or
  • Beatriu de Pinós es converteix al lul·lianisme a l’escola del mestre Dagué
    A Barcelona hi ha un gran nombre de mestres lul·lians, many Kabbalistic considered spiritual disciples of Llull; master Pere Joan Poblet, cap de l’escola lul·liana barcelonina, Mallorca up to the king Afons licensed to teach the Magnanimous in Palma Randa and the teachings of the "art" of the teacher Ramon, the Pere will dagger years later. Beatrice de Pinós living in, es converteix al lul·lianisme a l’escola del mestre Dagué

protectress, impulsora i divulgadora del lul·lisme

El seu interès personal per la promoció del lul·lisme va anar més enllà del mecenatge, ja that in a letter addressed a li friend is parla the “great pleasure as I was told you have being on Randa Hill, where you longed to be: say here that there is a good place to pray to God disposed”. Beatrice Pines personifies important and meaningful involvement of women in the fifteenth century knowledge and dissemination of the work of the mystic Ramon Llull and Drink, as creative spaces where teaching and bra, conèixer i difondre l’obra lul·liana. A la seva iniciativa es deu la fundació de l’Estudi General Lul·lià de Mallorca, source of future university Mallorca. On the death of Beatrice are three volumes in his library Llull: he “Book of Contemplation”, the “Hundred Names of God” and the “Our Lady of lahors”, which speak of Beatriu’s mystical interest in the thought of Ramon Llull, which was a good reader and expert. A building of the University of the Balearic Islands takes its name.
El llegat de Ramon Llull va ser un corrent filosòfic i religiós de partidaris denominat lul·lisme, stimulating their exaltation to the legend. Llull also had opponents, especially among Dominicans, que crearen un corrent antilul·lià, which, as well as attacking him for the content of his work, li atribuïren posicions heterodoxes a partir de textos falsament lul·lians sobre l’alquímia o la càbala. This confrontation has distorted the popular perception of his real personality and has negatively affected the process of canonization. He is currently, ecclesiastically, Servant of God, although it is popularly regarded as entitled beat.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What did Beatrice Pines?

He 23 September 1478 Beatriu de Pinós endegà el primer projecte de fundar una càtedra lul·liana a Ciutat de Mallorca. Had a considerable fortune force, already in its first testament (1477) llegava en gran part a la Ciutat de Mallorca i al Regne de Mallorca per a impulsar-hi la creació d’un centre d’ensenyament lul·lista, Randa the Miramar, Llull school founded to train missionaries. Els alumnes havien de córrer món per estendre l’Ars Lul·liana, more prepared and had to make way to Saracen lands.

What repercussions had Beatrice Pines in disseminating the work of Llull?

Beatrice Pines personifies important and meaningful involvement of women in the fifteenth century knowledge and dissemination of the work of the mystic Ramon Llull and Drink, as creative spaces where teaching and bra, conèixer i difondre l’obra lul·liana. A la seva iniciativa es deu la fundació de l’Estudi General Lul·lià de Mallorca, source of future university Mallorca

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