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White monks in Gwent and the border

David H. Williams

White monks in Gwent and the border

by David H. Williams

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Published by Hughes and Son in Pontypool .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wales,
  • Wales.
    • Subjects:
    • Cistercians -- Wales.,
    • Cistercian monasteries -- Wales.,
    • Wales -- Church history.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] David H. Williams.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX3425 .W55
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 169 p., fold. plate :
      Number of Pages169
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4592635M
      ISBN 100950049069
      LC Control Number77354932
      OCLC/WorldCa2963665

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White Monks in Gwent and the Border, David Henry Williams,Cistercian monasteries, pages. An Ecclesiastical History of Monmouthshire, Issue 1, Ebenezer Thomas Davies,   Known as the oldest standing building in Blaenau Gwent, the first mention of St Illtyd’s Church in Llanhilleth dates back to the Black Book of Carmarthen - a Welsh manuscript written in about.

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The Cistercian Order had its origins in the marshy forests of Cîteaux, south of Dijon, and became one of the most important of the new religious orders to emerge from the eleventh-century reform movement. The movement was instigated by Abbot Robert of the Benedictine house at Molesme, who left his.

After his initial article on Cistercian Abbots in Medieval Gwent, further publications included the work Llantarnam Abbey (); White Monks in Gwent and the Border; The Welsh Cistercians I & II; The Cistercians in the Middle Ages and Catalogue of Welsh Ecclesiastical Seals as known down to AD ; Atlas of Cistercian Lands in Wales; Catalogue of Welsh Ecclesiastical Seals in the National Museum of Wales.

The Monastery is set in Scott’s beloved border country, in around The monastery of the title is the fictional Benedictine Kennaquhair—based, it seems on the real, Cistercian abbey of Me The Monastery () is not one of Scott’s better known novels, but I found it /5.

The White Monks in As New Condition by Louis J. Lekai, Cistercian Fathers, As New Condition, HardcoverNever Read with dust jacket, pp plus many photographs, We process orders within 24 hours from St Paul MN.

out of 5 stars The White Monks - The Cistercians in Britain Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 July In a group of monks eager to return to the Benedictine ideal left their monastery at Molesme in France and began what was to be the most spectacular and successful reform movement of the Middle Ages/5(4).

The white-robed Cistercians were commonly known for centuries as the White Monks to distinguish them from the largest Benedictine Congregation, the black-robed Cluniacs or Black Monks.

Originating in France during the latter part of the 11th century, the Cistercians quickly surpassed their mother order, the Benedictines, in fame and popularity 5/5(1). WHITE MONKS in GWENT and the BORDER by David H Williams in Pub by Hughes and Co, (These next books are not strictly Monmouthshire but are relevant to the lives of people in the area.) GROWING UP IN WALES: Edited by.

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large format, 5x4 inch camera photography of ruined and derelict mansions throughout wales, including Hafod, Sker, Aberglasney, y siarpal, pencoed castle, baron hill, angelsey ruins, pembrokeshire ruins, ceredigion ruins, glamorgan ruins, carmarthenshire ruins and other lost houses of wales.

Of the four Border Abbeys, Kelso is the one that is the most ruined. The Abbey was built in and settled by Tironensian monks who had French origins. The design of the abbey is unusual as it has a double, as opposed to a single, cross-plan.

Last resting place. Melrose Abbey is perhaps the most well-known of the four Borders Abbeys.Big on the border. Grosmont is a member of an illustrious trio of strongholds.

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