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Bernat Fenollar, also Mossèn (Bernat de) Fenollar ( Penàguila,
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, 1438 –
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, 28 February 1516) was a poet, cleric and chess player from Valencia,
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. He was an abbot (the title "Mossèn" was often given to clergymen), had a position both in
Valencia Cathedral Valencia Cathedral, at greater length the Metropolitan Cathedral–Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia ( es, Iglesia Catedral-Basílica Metropolitana de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora de Valencia, ca-valencia, Església Cate ...
and the
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as a professor of mathematics.


Works


Scachs d'amor

He is one of the authors of ''Scachs d'amor'' or ''Chess of Love'', a poem based on a
chess game Chess is a board game played between two Player (game), players. It is sometimes called Western chess, or international chess to distinguish it from chess variant, related games such as xiangqi. The current form of the game emerged in Southern ...

chess game
between Francesc de Castellví and Narcís Vinyoles, while Bernat Fenollar comments and establishes the rules. It is the first documented game played with the modern rules of chess, at least concerning the moves of the queen (chess), queen and bishop (chess), bishop.


Selected works

* ''Història de la passió de N.S. Jesu Christi en cobles'', Valencia: 1493 * ''Lo procés de les olives'', Valencia: 1497 * ''Les trobes en lahors de la Verge Maria'', Valencia: 1974 , * ''The poem Scachs d'amor (1475)'', Murcia: 2015 ,  ''Source: WorldCat''au:Fenollar, Bernat
on WorldCat.


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Bernat Fenollar
on Gran enciclopèdia catalana. Spanish chess players Spanish clergy Spanish Roman Catholics 15th-century Spanish poets 1438 births 1516 deaths 15th century in chess Spanish male poets Spanish chess writers {{Spain-bio-stub