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Title Dedication Region Date Foundedsort ascending Date Terminated
S. Agnese Apulia unknown 1621 or earlier, when SS Agnese e Paolo formed
S. Evoca S. Evoca the Virgin KIR unknown 1423 or earlier
Mellifont Louth unknown 1228 (circa)
Kloster auf dem Lilienberg unknown 1802
Eppinghoven Blessed Virgin Mary unknown 1809
jackidxc Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
jackevlc Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
jackrrqy Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
jackzwae Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
jackuznl Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
peterlqki Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
peterddzp Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
petermuvb Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
petervtmv Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
petereubs Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Johnxapvu Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Johnpwhzo Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Johnqmyas Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Inis Leamhnachta Tipperary unknown 1228
Jerpoint Kilkenny unknown 1228
Johnouhqn Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
S. Ruggero Apulia uncertain (in the 5th century when Bishop Ruggero of Canne lived or under the name S. Stefano in the 10th century) 1811
Boxwell Uncertain uncertain
Bodmin Uncertain uncertain
Berkeley Uncertain 1019 - 1053
Mount of Olives The Mount of Olives is considered a holy place in both the Jewish and Christian traditions. It is unknown when monasteries were first constructed on the mountain, although this likely began in the fourth century.
S. Salvatore di Valdicastro e S. Biagio Marche Some time before S. Romualdo, since some traditions say that some nuns left S. Salvatore de Valdicastro to help found S. Romualdo
Jüterbog Holy cross, virgin Mary, Saint Lawrence Brandenburg prior to 1280 1540
S. Andrea di Pontemaggiore Emilia-Romagna Possibly as early as 1230 1413
Liesborn late 8th or early 9th c. 1131
S. Magdalena i S. Margarita de Castellbisbal late 13th century
St. Marienberg Mary Saxony late 12th century
White Monastery Upper Egypt. In late antiquity, the monastery was in the Panopolite nome under the metropolis of Panopolis. Fourth century
S. Maria Magdalena vor Schottentor Founded in 1239 by Duke Friedrich II The community was merged into S. Lorenz in 1533 after the cloister was destroyed in the 1529 Turkish siege. (Karl Czoernig, Ethnographie der Oesterreichischen monarchie, (Vienna: K.-K. Hof- und staatsdruckerei, 1857), 143)
S. Caterina da Siena Marche founded after Bishop Constanzo da Fabriano's death [date]
San Pietro in Colfiorito St. Peter Umbria Early 1300s
Santa Maria in Foligno Umbria early 1300s
Vilich Cornelius, Cyprian, Peter (dedicated in Vilich III circa 1020) circa 980 September 4, 1802
Obermünster Ascension of Mary (Maria Himmelfahrt) circa 780 1802
S. Maria im Kapitol S. Maria circa 689; before 965 1803
Boitzenburg saint Mary circa 1271 1536
S. Klara S. Clare circa 1232 1525; 1591
Averbode circa 1134 still active
Andecy circa 1131
Nonnberg (Nunberg, Nonberg) Abbey Mary of the Assumption, S. Erentrude ca. 714
Convent of the Mother of God Pantanassa Mother of God ca. 1400
Na Frantisku ca. 13th century
Santa Maria degli Angeli Tuscany ca. 1377
Adelberg Swabia ca. 1178
Petersfrauen S. Anna (<i>Chorkapelle</i>), Holy Virgin Mary (<i>Pfarrkirche/Liebfrauenkirche</i>) ca. 1110/1113 (Schellhorn (<s4599>) cites historical evidence to argue that the circumstances of St. Peter’s Abbey during the early 12th century could not have supported the founding of a dependent female community. Thus, he uses the first legitimate doc ca. 1583. The exact reason for the convent’s termination remains unclear, though seems related to secret scheming of ecclesiastical authorities. According to Schellhorn (<s4599>), the idea to raze the women’s house appeared twice prior to its occurrence

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