Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Regionsort descending Date Founded Date Terminated
Toulouse 6L 1247 or earlier
Cahors (Notre-Dame) Notre-Dame 6L 1210 (circa)
Toulouse (S. Pantaleon) 6L 1350
Grace-Dieu 6L 1249 or earlier
S. Croix de Volvestre 6L 1145 (circa)
S. Orens 6L 1095 (circa)
Leyme 6L 1214
Toulouse (S. Cyprien) 6L 1324 or earlier
Severac-le-Chateau 6L 1103 1147 or earlier: by this date, there are monks here, the early female community vanished
Toulouse 6L 1203 or earlier
Goujon 6L 1135-1148. Refounded: 1165.
la Salvetat-de-Montdragon 6L 1260 (circa)
Valnegre 6L 1206 or earlier
Montauban 6L 1258
Millau 6L 1291
Fieux 6L 1297 or earlier
Sarrazac 6L 840 900-999 (10th century)?
Oraison-Dieu 6L 1167 or earlier
Salenques 6L 1353
Condom 6L 1269 or earlier
Pomarede 6L 1165 or earlier
Fabas 6L 1150 or earlier
le Brouilh 6L 1145
Mirepoix 6L 1330 or earlier
Eule 6L 1174 (circa)
Espagnac 6L 1211 (circa)
Nonenque Virgin Mary 6L 1130-1139 (circa) 1789
Herlaimont 6M 1135 (circa) at Floreffe. Refounded by 1181 at Herlaimont. 1270
Marquette 6M 1226
Premy 6M 1185 (circa)
Blandeques 6M 1182
Ravensberge 6M 1199 (circa)
Quesnoy 6M 1233
Auchy 6M 700 (circa). Refounded: circa 1079. 880 (circa)
S. Andre-aux-Bois 6M 1130
Pommereux 6M 1128
Bourbourg Notre-Dame 6M 1103
Beaurepaire 6M 1182 or earlier
Beaupre-sur-la-Lys 6M 1204
le Vivier 6M 1228
Bouhan 6M 1223-1224 1395: poverty sends abbess and only other nun to Blandecques for good
Honnecourt 6M 691 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)? By 911, the community had been refounded as a house for monks only.
le Verger 6M 1225 or earlier
Guines 6M 1117
Hasnon 6M 690 (circa) 900-999 (10th century)? By 1024, this is a house of canons only, later refounded for Benedictine monks alone.
Marchiennes 6M 643 (circa) 1028 -- refounded as a male community, since there were only a few nuns left.
Fontenelles 6M 1216
Beaulieu-les-Sin-le-Noble 6M 1224 (circa)
Douai 6M 1216 or earlier
Hamage-les-Marchiennes 6M 649 (circa). Refounded during 11th century for Benedictine monks. 800-899 (9th century)

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