Browse Monasticon

Title Dedicationsort descending Region Date Founded Date Terminated
Vienne (S. Andre-le-Haut) 6U 470-500 (circa); refounded: 1031. 800-899 (9th century)
Rozoy-le-Jeune 6F 1106 (circa)
Nimes 6I 1240 (circa)
Gaillac 6L 1268 or earlier
Aubeterre 6C 970 (circa). Refounded: circa 1150 .
Korduan 1290
Inis Leamhnachta Tipperary unknown 1228
Borgo Mortara Piedmont 1482 (June 25)
S. Maria Maddalena Marche 1268 or earlier 1367 (see "Incorporated By," below).
S. Agostino di Fossa Cavallina Emilia-Romagna 1332
S. Angelo a Vico Tuscany
S. Maria Nova 1350 or earlier 1364 (See "Incorporated By," below)
S. Agnese 1394 (circa) 1801, July 25 (see
Luxembourg (St-Esprit) 11C 1234
S. Sulpice-la-Forêt 6E 1112
Parmenie 6U 1157
Hautes-Bruyeres 6T 1112
le Bechet 6G 1170 or earlier
la Celle-Roubaud 6S 1260 or earlier
S. Cecilia d'Elins Catalonia 1079 (existed as a male community since c. 800) 1383: Bishop Berenguer d‚Erill supressed the community, but the nuns refused to abandon it until 1392, when they moved on to the community at Castellbò, where, a little later, the community died out.
S. Maria di Banno Piedmont 1158 (circa) 1511 (see "Incorporated Communities," below).
S. Chiara Marche 1200-1230 (circa) 1429 or earlier (see "Incorporated By," below).
S. Leone (male?) LZ 1000 (circa -- needs verification) 1100 or earlier
S. Maria del Cestello Emilia-Romagna 1473
Canterbury 800 or later 900 or earlier?
S. Maria Maddalena 1340
Argensolles 6G 1222
Bethanie Flanders (West) 1252 or earlier. Refounded: 15th century: becomes a house of Norbertine sisters.
Louvain Brabant 1235 circa
le Lochereaux 6P 1120 (circa)
Montreuil-les-Dames 6Q 1136
Cormoranche 6U 1174 or earlier
Name unknown (Cervera) Catalonia 1245 1250
S. Nicholas (hospital) Yorkshire 1286 or earlier 1538 or later
S. Mercurio di Canne Apulia 1145 (circa)
Domus Dei Piedmont
S. Michele Marche 1067 or earlier (The house was granted privileges by Biship Bernard II in 1067, and the name, at least, is found in a doument by Otto II, addressed to Adamo, Bishop of Ascoli. 1460 (August 12), per the Bull of Paul II. Nuns were transferred to S. Maria delle Donne (see <C488>), and the house was given to the Olivitani.
S. Maria delle Virgini Marche 1170-1200 (circa -- although Cottineau gives 1460 as foundation date)
S. Giorgio 1235 1369 (See "Incorporated By," below)
Hüls 1450 or earlier
Vernon 6O 1260
Belle Tanche 6K 1140 (circa)
Petegem Flanders (East) 1137 at Tronchiennes. Refounded: 1148 at Petegem.
Melan 6U 1292
l' Esclache 6C 1159 (circa)
Beziers 6I 1300 (circa)
S. Trinità Apulia 1080-1120
S. Andrea Piedmont 1413 [? -- illegible] (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Maria di Valdisasso Marche 700 (circa -- traditional date. See "Foundation Information," below), but the first known document dates from the 11th c. 1814 (circa): Supressed in the Napoleonic period, but assigned to the Capuchin Mothers (con. osservanza) in 1833, and is still extant.
Monastery of the Myrelaion 922