Bely errs. He means Illustration 5.
Does Sanskrit s go to Greek h? Cf. Brugmann.
Franciscus. . . Canticle of [Brother] Sun The son of a rich merchant, Francis of Assisi was very worldly in his early years. Dissatisfied with his life, he turned to prayer and service to the poor, and in 1206 he publicly renounced his father's wealth. Francis began to live as a hermit and soon attracted followers. He preached the necessity of a poor, simple lifestyle based on the ideals of the Gospels. Francis retired from the government of the order to a life of contemplation, during which he received the Stigmata, the imprint of the wounds of Christ in his own body, and composed his famous poem, the Canticle of Brother Sun. He died Oct. 3, 1226 and was canonized in 1228. Feast day: Oct. 4. St. Francis is mentioned in Max Muller (165) as preaching the gospel in India and having "miraculous gifts, the gift of tongues."