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Title Primary Author Additional Authors Publication Typesort descending Language Regions
Catherine of Siena: Vision through a Distant Eye Noffke, Suzanne English
Austin Friars of Tavistock, Devon Dugdale, William, Sir English Devon
Biblioteca del Centro per il collegamento degli studi medievali e umanistici in Umbria Centro per il collegamento degli studi medievali e umanistici nell’Università di Perugia
Die Offizialen des exemten und konsistorialen Cistercienser-Stiftes Wettingen-Mehrerau, 1227-1907 Heimgartner, P Cölestin German Baden-Württemberg
Austin Priory of Bradenstoke, in Wiltshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Wiltshire
Hospital of St. Mary Magdalen in Colchester Dugdale, William, Sir English Essex
Eltz, Monika, 'Hildegard in ihrer Zeit,' Mariastein 19 (1973) 30-33; 'Hildegard in ihrer Werk,' ibid, 36-40. Eltz
Black Friars of Oxford Dugdale, William, Sir English Oxfordshire
Monastries of the Order of St. Gilbert of Sempringham otherwise called the Gilbertine order, Introduction Dugdale, William, Sir English
Destroyed Monastery of Yodby, in Devonshire Dugdale, William, Sir English
Nunnery of Cornworthy, in Devonshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Devon
Hospital of Thorney, in Cambridgeshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Cambridgeshire
Priory of Tregony, in Cornwall Dugdale, William, Sir English Cornwall
Destroyed Monastery of Hehanbiri, of Hambury, in Worcestershire Dugdale, William, Sir English Worcestershire
College at Bishop's Aukland, in the County of Durham Dugdale, William, Sir English Durham
Calendar of the Close Rolls(1272-1485)
Hospital at Swinestre, in Kent Dugdale, William, Sir English Kent
Abbey of The Holy Trinity, at Caen Dugdale, William, Sir English Normandie (Basse)
Grey Friars of Winchester, in Hampshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Hampshire
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Selaeseu, or Selsey Monastery, in Sussex Dugdale, William, Sir English Sussex
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Hospitals of St. Bartholomew, St. Catharine, Trinity Hospital, Lyons, St. Margaret's, St. Mary Magdalene's, and etc. at Bristol Dugdale, William, Sir English
Priory of Bridgetown, or De Ponte Fermoy, in the County of Cork Dugdale, William, Sir English Cork
Ponteland, in Northumberland Dugdale, William, Sir English Northumberland
Batisford Preceptory, in Suffolk Dugdale, William, Sir English Suffolk
Crutched or Crouched or Crossed Friars: Introduction Dugdale, William, Sir English Cambridgeshire, Essex, Gloucestershire, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Yorkshire
Twinham, or Christ Church Priory, in Hampshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Hampshire
"Canonici albi et moniales": Perceptions of the Twelfth-Century Double House Sykes, Katherine English
Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire
Black Friars of Canterbury, in Kent Dugdale, William, Sir English Kent
Abbey of St. Agatha, at Easby, in Yorkshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Yorkshire
Destroyed Monastery of Horningsey, in Cambridgeshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Cambridgeshire
Priory of Selborne, in Hampshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Hampshire
Hospitals of St. Helen and St. John at Abingdon, in Berkshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Berkshire
Priory of Levenestre, in Sussex Dugdale, William, Sir English Sussex
Destroyed Monastery of Stoke next Neyland Dugdale, William, Sir English Suffolk
Hospital at Hoddesdon, in Hertfordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Herfordshire
Charters of Marrick Priory Yorkshire
Cell at Atherington, in Sussex Dugdale, William, Sir English Sussex
Grey, or Franciscan Friars of Bedford Dugdale, William, Sir English Bedfordshire
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'Ein St'uck schweizerischer Reformationsgeschichte,' Historisch-poli. Bl'atter 113 (1894) 579.
College of Chumileigh, in Devonshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Devon
Hospital of St. Mary Magdalene, in or near Southwell Dugdale, William, Sir English Nottinghamshire
Abbey of Rossglas, or De Rosea Valle Dugdale, William, Sir English
La propriete ecclesiastique en France aux epoques romains et merovingienne Lesne, E. French
London, or Guildhall College Dugdale, William, Sir English
Hospital at Sutton Dugdale, William, Sir English
Carmelites, or White Friars of New Shoreham, in Sussex Dugdale, William, Sir English Sussex

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