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English lands of the Abbey of Bec
|Statement||by Marjorie Morgan.|
|LC Classifications||BX3016 .M6 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
Founded in , at the time of William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy and King of England, the Abbey of Bec had as its first Abbot its founder, Herluin. Herluin began as a hermit, but very soon he was joined in his monastic solitude by a group of disciples; among them was Lanfranc () schoolman and builder, and St. Anselm ( Select Documents of the English lands of the Abbey of Bec, (Royal Historical Society, Camden Third Series vol. 73, ) John of Salisbury’s Memoirs of the Papal Court, (London, ) (ed. & tr) The Ecclesiastical History of Orderic Vitalis, 6 vols., (Oxford, –) Charters and Custumals of the Abbey of Holy Trinity, Caen (Oxford, ).
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The Benedictine Abbey of Bec, or Le Bec, in Normandy, was founded in the earlier part of the eleventh century by Herluin, a Norman knight who about left the court of Count Gilbert of Brionne to devote himself to a life of religion. The abbey itself is now in ruins, but the modern name of the place, Bec-Helloin, preserves the memory of its founder. Bec was a ducal, then a royal abbey, the abbots being confirmed by the dukes, then by the kings of England. The archbishop of Rouen, who blessed the abbot and received the oath of obedience, made canonical visitations; Odo Rigaldus, who made 13 visitations ( – ), called Bec the best ruled monastery in Normandy.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morgan, Marjorie McCallum. English lands of the Abbey of Bec. London, Oxford Univ. Press, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chibnall, Marjorie. English lands of the Abbey of Bec. Oxford: Clarendon Press, [, ] (OCoLC) Read this book on Questia.
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Subjects: Bec (Abbey). Select Documents of the English Lands of the Abbey of Bec, Marjorie Chibnall,Church lands, pages. Camden miscellany, Vol Roger Wilbraham (Sir.), Harold Spencer Scott, Sir ThomasFile Size: 29KB.
Legend (pointer groups greater than than) > >10 >1. Institution - an Institution associated with either the giver or receiver of a property transaction in a cartulary.
Property - a property place location that is a transaction in a cartulary. Issued -the issued at place location. Marjorie Morgan, English Lands of Abbey of Bec, 24, 39– The titles 'Prior of Ruislip', 'Proctor of Ruislip', 'Prior of Ogbourne', and 'Proctor of Ogbourne' were for a time applied indifferently to the same man, and this ambiguity of title persisted until at least The great expansion in monasticism in Normandy and England in the eleventh and twelfth centuries is a commonplace of medieval history, as is the marked diminution in monastic grants after c.
Far more attention, however, has been paid to the religious houses than to their founders, and it is only by looking at a baronial family over a long period that one can Cited by: 6.
Select documents of the English lands of the abbey of Bec / edited for the Royal Historical Society by Marjorie Chibnall. series title Camden third series ; v.
Bec (Abbey). and Chibnall, Marjorie. and Royal Historical Society (Great Britain). Select documents of the English lands of the Abbey of Bec / edited for the Royal Historical Society by Marjorie Chibnall Royal Historical Society London Australian/Harvard Citation.
Bec (Abbey). & Chibnall, Marjorie. & Royal Historical Society (Great Britain). The book which developed out of the thesis, The English Lands of the Abbey of Bec, published by the Clarendon Press inis written in her characteristically clear, judicious and authoritative style.
Its primary focus is administrative, tracing how the authorities at Bec regulated the lives and. A charter of c.confirming Ernulf of Hesdin's gift to the Abbey of Bec of the whole of Ruislip manor, excluded one hide held at this date by the Abbey of the Holy Trinity, or St. Catherine's, at Rouen.
This land probably passed to the abbey with the manor of Harmondsworth which had been granted to Holy Trinity in ISH LANDS OF THE ABBEY OF BEC The 4þþey of Bec received many gifts of lands, churches and tithes in England, mostly in the sixty years following the Norman Conquest.
These included 26 manors, 1 with a church; other churches and the tithes of about 60 parishes. The were the great Norman landowners, in particular. Computus rolls of the English lands of the Abbey of Bec () London: Offices of the Royal Historical Society, University College London, (OCoLC) Bec (Abbey).
Select documents of the English lands of the abbey of Bec. London, Offices of the Royal Historical Society, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Marjorie Chibnall; Bec (Abbey).
Bec cart. Select documents of the English lands of the abbey of Bec, ed. Marjorie Chibnall, Camden Society Third Series, vol. 73 (London, ). Boxgrove cart.
Cartulary of the priory of Boxgrove, ed. Lindsay Fleming, Sussex Record Society, Vol. The priors were changed approximately every two years, but the powers of the priory of Ogbourne steadily increased at that time.
In the book from which this article is drawn (The English Lands of the Abbey of Bec by Marjorie Morgan) the author states “the position in monastic history [of the prior of Ogbourne] is indeed remarkable”. The Abbey of Bec and the Anglo-Norman State book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Coordinates: 50°37′50″N 2°09′57″W Povington Priory was a Benedictine priory in Tyneham, Dorset, England.
It was established as an alien priory of the Abbey of Bec. This term could mean simply an estate and does not necessarily imply the presence on the property of even a small conventual monastic house.
In England. Boussard Jacques. Select documents of the English lands of the Abbey of Bec, edited by Marjorie CHIBNALL Londres, Royal Historical Society, (Camden third Series, vol.
LXXIII.). In: Bibliothèque de l'école des chartes.tome p. Author: Jacques Boussard.The abbey was founded in by Saint Herluin, whose life was written by Gilbert Crispin, Abbot of Westminster, formerly of Bec, and collated with three other lives by Milo construction began in and continued through Further lands were added through Saint Herluin was a Norman knight who in about left the court of Gilbert, Count of .Select documents of the English lands of the Abbey of Bec, edited by Marjorie CHIBNALL Londres, Royal Historical Society, (Camden third Series, vol.
LXXIII.)Author: Jacques Boussard.