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From virgin to colonised: the cistercian monastercian
An unprecedented act by Louis VI for the cistercian abbey of Loroy (1129)
Aspects relating to the link between organisation and writing in the order. A comparison between the 12-13rd century cister and cluniacs
Cistercians in Dauphiné. Establishment and development in the 14th and 18th centuries: the case of the abbey of Leoncel
Hildegarde de Bingen and cistercians. Note on Epistolae LXIX and LXX
The Cistercians and the Livonia crusade
‘titrebRESUMÉ’/titreb’ — 505: ‘RESUME’ --bThe Cistercians, which are very active in the evangelisation process in the Eastern Baltic, have long been accused of being the promoters of the armed mission (Schwertmission) in Livonia. The point in this article is to establish that the forced evangelisati...
to which anthropology of the family refers to historians? The history of medieval spiritual relationship under the test of the new Kinship studies
We live in a time when reproduction techniques call into question what we call biological relationship. The ways of thinking about family studies have changed to the extent of these new problems, but have also led to criticism of the definitions of family, in particular the relationship which seemed...
The hispanic military orders and the Caistercian economy. The timing of Calatrava sisters (18th centuries)
This research aims to assess the relevance of cistercian business models for Calatrava establishments by focusing on the case of women, Pinilla and above all San Felices, whose important chartrier remains unknown. In the 18th century, they followed the example of Castile’s communities of Cistercian...
Saint-Bernard and Bourgogne
Retirement from the world, withdrawal from competition, withdrawal from the world, withdrawal of competition: note under CAA Marseille, 29 May 2006, Congregation of cistercians of the immacular design
The Queste del Saint Graal: towards the appearance of the landscape
Survey of industrial cistercian buildings: the example of Preuilly
The cistercian economy of Western Germany (xiie-xve century)
A superficial examination of the subject of my communication could suggest that the limitation of my research field to the cistercian abbayes of Western Germany is a way of harmonising with the current border of the two Germans. This is definitely not the case. The cistercian monasteries, to the wes...
Land exchange between the Cistercians de Kappel and the Benedentitins of Einsiedeln (1239)
Einsiedeln, Klosterarchiv Einsiedeln, Urkunde Nr. 100 (KAE, W_A_2) Consult the deed of exchange between Kappel and Einsiedel on monasterium.net 1239, 25 January [a. st.] The Heinrich abbé de Kappell (O. ISTC.) [Switzerland, canton Zürich, Affoltern district, Kappel am Albis], with the consent of the...
Luxury, women and love in cistercian speeches of the 12th century
Cistercians and their guards in Rhodanian Provence
Aurell Martin. The cistercians and their guards in Rhodanian Provence. In: The cistercians of Languedoc. Toulouse: Private editions, 1986 pp. 235-267. (Fanjeaux booklets, 21)
Cistercian abbatiale de Fontmorigny, poll of the outer pignon of the northern crown, commented (May 1995)
P. Goldman, C.-E. Roth International audience
Manuscripts kept in Rome from cistercian monasteries. Hagiographic and liturgical music repertoires
These catalogues bring together codices from scriptoria cistercians or who have belonged to such a monastery, regardless of the location of the abbey and the time of writing. The major public libraries in Rome (Alessandrina, Archivio di Stato, Casanatense, Nazionale, Vallicelliana) have been skinned...
Savigny Abbey (1112-2012). An Anglo-normand head of order: acts of the Cerisy-la-Salle International Colloquium, 3-6 October 2012
Review of the first polls in the Etoile (April 1999)
The introduction of art in Poitou by the Caistercian monks of Valencia (Couhé-Vérac)
If we remain in the field of architecture, and even of the structure. It remains certain — comparative approaches have amply shown that nothing in the Poitiers Cathedral yard, let alone in the rest of the diocese, shows before the 1235s that gothic was introduced into French. This possibility could...
Monastic hydraulics in Bourgogne, Champagne and Franche-Comté
Research on the cistercian hydraulic system has developed in the three regions, based both on texts, in particular cardaries, but also where possible, on account registers, modern contemporary maps and plans and field investigations. Two different approaches have been followed to study cistercian hy...
Toulouse and Languedoc: The gothic sculpture (xiiie-xive centuries)
appeared discreetly on the hats and sticks of the cistercian monasteries and cathedrals of Béziers or Toulouse, the gothic sculpture accompanies the diffusion of ‘French art’ in southern lands in the 14th century. The site of the Saint-Nazaire de Carcassonne Cathedral combines for the first time tom...
Compendium of the Charters of the Abbey of Clairvaux (th century), thesis for the Paleograph Architect Diploma, 1998 — summary
“Milestones for a prosopographic survey: the scistercian abbés of Normandy”