Visitations and chapters-general of the Order of Cluni in respect of Alsace, Lorraine, Transjurane, Burgundy (Switzerland) and other parts of the province of Germany, from 1269-1529 : with notices of early cluniac foundations in Poland and England ... by Cluniacs.

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Statementedited with notes and observations by G.F. Duckett.
ContributionsDuckett, G. F. Sir, 1811-1902.
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Pagination398 p.
Number of Pages398
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Open LibraryOL17406346M

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Cluniac also known as: Order of Cluny. A reformed branch of the Benedictine Order which emerged from tenth-century Burgundy and dominated monasticism in the tenth and eleventh centuries.

The abbey of Cluny was founded in by William of Aquitaine, and duly established a congregation of affiliated houses throughout Europe.

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Sir, (George Floyd)   There followed 'Visitations of English Cluniac Foundations, –' (, 4to); and 'Visitations and Chapters-General of the Visitations and chapters-general of the Order of Cluni book of Cluni' ().

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There followed Visitations of English Cluniac Foundations, – (); and Visitations and Chapters-General of the Order of Cluni (). For the Monasticon Cluniacense he received in the decoration of an officer of public instruction in France.

Duckett published also contributions to local archæological societies, and. Cluniac synonyms, Cluniac pronunciation, Cluniac translation, English dictionary definition of Cluniac.

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