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Thu Oct 16 17:52:14 2014 UTClccn-n810259430.20All we know of heaven /0.520.94Un antiphonaire cistercien pour le temporal : XIIe siecle : Paris, Bibliotheque nationale de France, nouvelles acquisitions latines 1411 /133609618n 81025943571698Bernardines (Cistercian)CistCísterCistercensi.Cisterciácký řádCisterciansCisterciensCistercienserCistercienserordenCisterciensesCisterciensiCisztercita SzerzetesCîteaux, Order ofCîteaux, Ordine diCiteaux, Ordre deCongregazione cistercenseCystersi.Monaci Cistercensi.O.Cist.OC.OCist.OCist (Ordo Cisterciensis)Orden del CisterOrder at CîteauxOrder of CîteauxOrdine CistercenseOrdine di CîteauxOrdo CisterciensisOrdo Cisterciensis Capitulum GeneraleOrdre CistercienOrdre de CîteauxŘád cisterciákůS. Ordo CisterciensisSacer Ordo CistercensisSacer Ordo CisterciensisŠedí mnišiSOCSOCistSOrdCistWhite MonksZakon Cystersów.ZisterzienserZisterzienserordencontainsVIAFID/127431364Trappistslccn-n79059107Bernardof Clairvaux, Saint1090 or 1091-1153hnrlccn-n81070669Trappistsedtlccn-n79067903Pennington, M. Basiledtlccn-no2013085847Meaux Abbey (Yorkshire, England)np-thomas$de burton$active 1399 1437Thomasde Burtonactive 1399-1437lccn-no2006016938University of St. AndrewsLibrary & Information Serviceslccn-n88125063Bond, Edward Augustus1815-1898lccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n80139925Elder, E. Rozanne(Ellen Rozanne)1940-edtlccn-n79142950Sommerfeldt, John R.othedtCisterciansHistorySourcesRulesPeriodicalsManuscriptsCatalogsCisterciansMonasticism and religious orders--Middle AgesGreat BritainEngland--YorkshireEnglandMonastic and religious lifeCistercian monasteriesTrappistsCistercian architectureMonasticism and religious ordersScotland--MidlothianScotland--NewbattleScotlandFrance, SouthernMauristsBollandistsMonumenta Germaniae historicaRegula (Benedict, Saint, Abbot of Monte Cassino)Rerum Britannicarum medii aevi scriptoresEuropeArchitecture, MedievalYoung menMonksManitobaAbbeysArt, MedievalIrelandZisterzienserkloster MarienfeldGermany--MarienfeldCistercian artArt, IrishWalesPennington, M. BasilSpiritual lifeSpiritual life--Christianity--History of doctrines--Middle AgesCrusades (Second : 1147-1149)Bernard,--of Clairvaux, Saint,CrusadesUnited StatesGeography, MedievalAbbaye de CîteauxMerton, Thomas,FinanceEconomic historyGregorian chantsMusicAntiphonariesMusic--Instruction and studyGreece--AthosSacred vocal music1150117312001250130013021400142914731480148614871489149114941501150315041506150815091510151215131515151615171519152015211525152615291531153315341535154015421545154615551556156015671569157415761577157915801582158415881589159015951598160016021603160516081609161016121614161516161617161816201621162316261627162816291630163216331634163716381639164016411644164516471648164916501654165616591660166116621664166716681670167116731674167716781679168216831684168516861687168816891690169116921693169416961698169917001701170217031704170517071708170917101711171317151717171817201721172317261727172917301731173217331735173717381739174017411742174717491751175217541755175717591760176217631764176617701771177817811783178617871788178917921793179417971798180018021806181518191820182818291831183218341835183718391840184118421843184518461847184818501851185218531854185518561857185818591860186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320145640624623625271.120942DA20ocn185378156ocn464660405ocn461236586ocn460748473ocn464660414ocn465541624ocn465550730ocn185378144ocn797597734ocn797597927ocn185966464ocn797610308ocn797609946ocn797611889ocn185735891907ocn001774796serial0.77CisterciansAnalecta Sacri Ordinis CisterciensisPeriodicals803ocn006098807serial0.84Analecta CisterciensiaHistoryPeriodicals712ocn054044321book20020.79Waddell, ChrysogonusTwelfth-century statutes from the Cistercian General Chapter : Latin text with English notes and commentaryHistoryRules+-+7948905354324584ocn005064344book0.82CisterciansStatuta capitulorum generalium ordinis Cisterciensis ab anno 1116 ad annum 1786581ocn047909640score19980.94Catholic ChurchUn antiphonaire cistercien pour le temporal : XIIe siecle : Paris, Bibliotheque nationale de France, nouvelles acquisitions latines 1411Manuscripts472ocn373526348book19770.82Lucet, BernardLes codifications cisterciennes de 1237 et de 1257HistoryRules341ocn047865979score20010.93Asensio Palacios, Juan CarlosEl Códice de Las Huelgas347ocn013963274book18910.93Die Handschriften-Verzeichnisse der Cistercienser-Stifte : Reun in Steiermark ; Heiligenkreuz-Neukloster, Zwettl, Lilienfeld in Nieder-, Wilhering und Schlierbach in Ober-Oesterreich ; Ossegg und Hohenfurt in Boehmen ; Stams in TirolCatalogs303ocn054825228book20030.70Neuerung und Erneuerung : wichtige Quellentexte aus der Geschichte des Zisterzienserordens vom 12. bis 17. Jahrhundert : lateinisch-deutschHistoryRulesSources272ocn183285032serial0.29CisterciansAnalecta Sacri Ordinis Cisterciensis periodicum semestre Curiae Generalis Sacri Ordinis Cisterciensis262ocn003466875book19760.84Rochais, HenriLe martyrologe cistercien de 1173-1174 d'après le manuscrit Dijon 114(82)215ocn015067042serial0.94Studien und Mittheilungen aus dem Benedictiner- und Cisterzienser-OrdenPeriodicals211ocn054787430book20040.93Stercal, ClaudioLe origini cisterciensi : documentiHistorySources181ocn018120806book16700.90CisterciansNomasticon cisterciense, sev Antiqviores ordinis cisterciensis constitvtiones171ocn234136552book19670.77Talbot, C. HLetters from the English abbots to the chapter at Cîteaux, 1442-1521HistorySources175ocn468631136book19790.79CisterciansThe tax book of the Cistercian OrderHistorySources141ocn643591027serial0.25BenedictinesStudien und Mitteilungen aus dem Benediktiner- und dem Cistercienser-Orden : mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Ordensgeschichte und Statistik121ocn026629987book19880.92Place, François deCîteaux, documents primitifs : texte latin et traduction françaiseHistorySources111ocn022093693book19590.66Damme, Jean Baptiste vanDocumenta pro Cisterciensis ordinis historiae ac juris studioHistorySources111ocn009946156book19810.50Schellenberger, BernardinEin Lied, das nur die Liebe lehrt : Texte der frühen Zisterzienser7813ocn002836975book19770.56Lekai, Louis JuliusThe Cistercians : ideals and realityConference proceedings7351ocn664839356com20090.35ThomasChronica monasterii de Melsa a fundatione usque ad annum 1396, auctore Thoma de Burton, abbate, a monacho quodam ipsius domusHistorySources7351ocn664810250file20090.35Registrum S. Marie de Neubotle abbacie Cisterciensis Beate Virginis de Neubotle chartarium vetus, 1140-1528 = The register of St. Mary of Newbattle : the old cartulary of the Cistercian monastery of the Blessed Virgin of NewbattleHistorySources7342ocn713030247com20090.35ThomasChronica monasterii de Melsa a fundatione usque ad annum 1406 accedit continuatio ad annum 1406, a monacho quodam ipsius domusHistorySources7331ocn664863473com20090.35ThomasChronica monasterii de Melsa a fundatione usque ad annum 1396, auctore Thoma de Burton, abbate, accedit contiuatio ad annum 1406 a monacho quodam ipsius domusHistorySources7029ocn042454343book19990.66Berman, Constance HThe Cistercian evolution : the invention of a religious order in twelfth-century EuropeHistory"For centuries the growth of the Cistercian order has been presented as the result of a spontaneous spirituality that swept western Europe through the power of the first house at Citeaux. Berman suggests instead that the creation of the religious order was a collaborative activity, less driven by centralized institutions; its formation was intended to solve practical problems about monastic administration. With the publication of The Cistercian Evolution, for the first time the mechanisms are revealed by which the monks of Citeaux reshaped fact to build and administer one of the most powerful and influential religious order of the Middle Ages."--BOOK JACKET+-+29808776356863ocn060619213file0.56Cistercian studies quarterlyPeriodicalsPrintbegrænsninger: Der kan printes kapitelvis67410ocn000512439book19620.59Knowles, DavidGreat historical enterprises. Problems in monastic historyHistorySources6594ocn000330241book19680.59Hill, Bennett DEnglish Cistercian monasteries and their patrons in the twelfth centuryHistoryChurch history6343ocn045487340book20010.20Rougeau, RémyAll we know of heavenFictionChristian fiction"In 1973, Paul Seneschal, a shy nineteen-year-old from rural Manitoba, takes refuge from the world behind the wrought iron gates of St. Norbert Abbey."--Jacket+-+24494536156012ocn010273813book19840.63Fergusson, PeterArchitecture of solitude : Cistercian abbeys in twelfth-century EnglandHistoryPictorial works"From their arrival in England in 1128 to the end of the twelfth century, the Cistercians established fifty monasteries, including some of the largest and most famous abbeys in the country. The author traces the evolution of Cistercian architecture in England during the this period and explains it as a manifestation both of the order's spiritual aims and of the manifestation of Gothic architecture in France. He shows how the founding houses in France influenced Cistercian architecture in England and how the order's spiritual commitments to poverty and solitude isolated its building from English architectural tradition."--Publisher description5452ocn658227538file20100.33Das Bistum MünsterHistoryChurch history+-+66288756685297ocn699759035file20110.59Burton, Janet EThe Cistercians in the Middle AgesHistoryThe Cistercians (White Monks) were the most successful monastic experiment to emerge from the tumultuous intellectual and religious fervour of the eleventh and twelfth centuries. By around 1150 they had established houses the length and breadth of Western Christendom and were internationally renowned. They sought to return to a simple form of monastic life, as set down in the Rule of St Benedict, and preferred rural locations far from the haunts of men'. But, as recent research has shown, they were by no means isolated from society but influenced, and were influenced by, the world around5083ocn014377377book19870.59Stalley, RogerThe Cistercian monasteries of Ireland : an account of the history, art, and architecture of the White Monks in Ireland from 1142-1540History4494ocn003998232book19770.74Donkin, R. AThe Cistercians : studies in the geography of medieval England and WalesHistoryChurch history4255ocn034115555book19950.33Tobin, StephenThe Cistercians : monks and monasteries of EuropeHistoryThroughout Europe, some of the most arresting sites are Cistercian monasteries, where even the most jaded travelers are bewitched by their breathtaking beauty and simplicity. This stunningly photographed architectural study is the most complete visual record available. The feeling of serenity this architecture evokes pervades every cloister, refectory and chapter house with an almost magical sense of harmony. Stephen Tobin gives a detailed and insightful account of the founding and development of the Cistercian Order, which swept across Europe in the twelfth century. His discussion of architectural practice and the precepts of design behind these enduring monasteries is invaluable; maps covering all of Europe, instructive tables and over too magnificent photographs detail all the male abbeys founded during the Middle Ages, highlighting their style and accessibility. An appendix provides useful information on those converted into hotels, guest houses or restaurants+-+89016042353243982ocn029539232book19930.47Matarasso, Pauline MaudThe Cistercian world : monastic writings of the twelfth centuryHistorySources+-+71088959653951ocn024141614book19920.74The Second Crusade and the Cistercians+-+42510576853934ocn000919203book19700.66The Cistercian spirit; a symposium in memory of Thomas Merton3832ocn004037394book19780.31Pennington, M. BasilO holy mountain! : Journal of a retreat on Mount AthosBiography+-+7948905354324+-+7948905354324Thu Oct 16 15:24:35 EDT 2014batch82435