Bazilije Pandžić

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Bazilije Pandžić
Bazilije Stjepan Pandžić (2011)
Bazilije Stjepan Pandžić (2011)
Born(1918-01-30)30 January 1918
Drinovci, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Died16 April 2019(2019-04-16) (aged 101)
Occupationhistorian, archivist, orientalist
LanguageCroatian, Latin, Italian, French, German, Spanish, English
NationalityCroat
Period20th and 21st century

Bazilije Stjepan Pandžić (30 January 1918 – 16 April 2019) was a Croatian historian, archivist and orientalist.[1][2] He entered the Franciscan Order in 1935 and was became a priest in 1941. From 1947 to 1985, he was the general archivist and analyst of the Franciscan Order in Rome.

In 1958, he was named vice-president of the International Association of Church Archives.[3] He turned 100 in January 2018.[4]

References[change | change source]

  1. Zvonko Pandžić (priredio/edidit): Stephani Basilii Pandžić, O.F.M. – Opera Omnia Typis Edita. Editio electronico modo confecta. Izdavač: Editiones Tusculanae. Zagreb 2010.
  2. "Bazilije Stjepan Pandžić: Curriculum Vitae". Zvonko Pandzic. Retrieved 2017-11-02.
  3. "Pandžić, Bazilije Stjepan". HRVATSKA ENCIKLOPEDIJA, MREŽNO IZDANJE. Retrieved 2017-11-02.
  4. Bubalo, Ana (30 January 2018). "Fra Bazilije Pandžić danas slavi stoti rođendan".