Angelo da Clareno

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Angelo da Clareno (1247–1337) was the founder and leader of one of the groups of Fraticelli in the early 14th century.[1]

Imprisoned, he was released by Raymond Gaufredi in 1289; he was sent as a missionary to Armenia, with four others.[2]

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