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Gilbert of Sempringham, Saint 1083?-1189

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Works: 29 works in 82 publications in 5 languages and 1,495 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Charters and articles of incorporation 
Roles: Author
Classifications: BX4700.G65, B
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The Book of St Gilbert by Gilbert( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in Latin and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Book of St Gilbert was written by a canon of the Order of Sempringham and is presented here in its first, full, critical edition. It contains all the documents of the canonization process of St Gilbert and his life, including a dossier of letters concerning a major crisis of his rule, the revolt of the lay brothers; a detailed account of the canonization process; and two collections of his miracles. The book is especially revealing of the procedures of canonization at a; crucial stage in its formation and provides a central body of material for the history of the Order in its first sixty years
Un Proces de Canonisation à l'Aube du XIIIe Siecle, 1201-1202: le Livre de Saint Gilbert de Sempringham by Gilbert( Book )

1 edition published in 1943 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Confirmation( )

1 edition published in 1170 in Latin and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Confirmation by Robert, son of Robert de Langhetona, with the assent of his brother William, to God and St. Mary and the nuns of Sempringham and their brother clerks and laymen of all the gifts of his father, namely 20 acres of arable land in the territory of Bolebi (Lincs.) with common pasture of the same vil as much as belongs to his fee, to wit 10 acres in the east part of a cultura called Sneitherswany, 10 other acres in the east part of a cultura called Sunhouwany, 1 croft in Estbolebi of 1/2 acre and 1/4 perch, and in the field 1 perch of arable land on the west side of that vil. Confirmation also to them of the whole gift of Ralph, son of Spraclus, and William his brother, namely 17 acres of arable land in the fields of Hawertorp on the west side of that cultura which of old was called Semildeshaghe, of the dower of the grantor's mother with her assent, and commonage of pasture of the same vil
The Gilbertine rite by Catholic Church( Book )

in Latin and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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The Book of St Gilbert
Alternative Names
Gilbert

Gilbert 1083?-1189 de Sempringham, Saint

Gilbert 1083?-1189 of Sempringham, Saint

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Gilbert ca. um 1083/1089-1189 of Sempringham

Gilbert ca. um 1083/1089-1189 Saint

Gilbert ca. um 1083/1089-1189 von Sempringham

Gilbert de Sempringham

Gilbert de Sempringham 1093?-1189 saint

Gilbert de Sempringham ca. um 1083/1089-1189

Gilbert, de Sempringham, Saint, 1083?-1189

Gilbert Of Sempringham

Gilbert of Sempringham 1083?-1189 Saint

Gilbert of Sempringham 1093-1189

Gilbert of Sempringham Brits priester (-1189)

Gilbert of Sempringham ca. um 1083/1089-1189

Gilbert of Sempringham, Saint, 1083?-1189

Gilbert Saint ca. um 1083/1089-1189

Gilbert Sanctus 1093-1189

Gilbert von Sempringham englischer Ordensgründer

Gilbert z Sempringham

Gilberto de Sempringham

Gilberto di Sempringham sacerdote, religioso e santo inglese

Gilbertus ca. um 1083/1089-1189 de Semphrigam

Gilbertus ca. um 1083/1089-1189 de Semplingeham

Gilbertus ca. um 1083/1089-1189 de Sempringham

Gilbertus ca. um 1083/1089-1189 Sanctus

Gilbertus de Semphrigam ca. um 1083/1089-1189

Gilbertus de Semplingeham ca. um 1083/1089-1189

Gilbertus de Sempringham ca. um 1083/1089-1189

Gilbertus Sanctus 1093-1189

Gilbertus Sanctus ca. um 1083/1089-1189

Gilbertus Sempringhamensis

San Gilberto

St Gilbert 1083?-1189

Гильберт Семпрингхемский

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