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Title Dedication Regionsort ascending Date Founded Date Terminated
S. Romualdo S. Maria di Valdisasso Marche Supressed in 1810, taken over by Capuchin nuns during or before 1833
S. Trinità Marche
S. Maria d'Issac S. Silvestro Guzzolinia Marche 1233 1296 (circa -- See "Incorporated By," below).
S. Savino Marche 1208 1280 or later
S. Paolo Marche 1406, February 26 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Maria Maddalena Marche 1268 or earlier 1367 (see "Incorporated By," below).
S. Chiara Marche 1200-1230 (circa) 1429 or earlier (see "Incorporated By," below).
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 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.
S. Margherita Marche 1367 (see "Incorporated By," below).
S. Caterina Marche
S. Maria delle Virgini Marche 1170-1200 (circa -- although Cottineau gives 1460 as foundation date)
S. Maria delle Vergini Marche 1350 1784, by Marcellini. Nuns were forced out for bad behavior between 1518 and 1520, and again in 1554-56. Finally supressed in 1784 and the nuns were divided between <C523>, S. Suca and <C517>.
S. Domenico Marche 1400-1499 (15th century) -- supressed
S. Silvestro Marche 1259 (April 30): had earlier been occupied by Benedictine monks 1429 (January 26): see "Incorporated By," below.
S. Maria del Donne Marche 1230
S. Maria de Cantiro Marche 1271 1300-1399 (see "Incorporated By," below).
S. Croce Marche 1363 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Bartolomeo Marche 1268
S. Maria Annunziata Marche 1250 1482
S. Maria Appenino Marche 900-999 (circa) 1441: incorporated into S. Venance de Fabriano
S. Caterina Marche
S. Caterina Marche 990
S. Maria, Matteo and Antonio Marche
S. Margherita Martyr of Antioch Marche 1262 [1273?] 1518-1520. Revived in 1810 [1822?], but fell on hard times in 1861.
S. Agnese Marche 1367 (see "Incorporated By," below).
S. Ippolito Marche 600-750 (circa)
S. Liberato Marche
S. Marco Marche 1408 (September 30) -- see "Incorporated By," below.
S. Andrea Marche 1073 1290-91 (see "Incorporated By," below).
S. Lucia Marche 1192
S. Maria de Nova S. Maria Novi Portus (5th century) Marche 1038
S. Gabriele & S. Bartolomeo Marche 1262, 11 March
Mantellate Marche 1200 (circa)
S. Maria Marche 1422 -- Supressed by Bishop Giovanni; at that time, it did not have any sisters.
S. Girolamo Marche 1376 or earlier
S. Lorenzo Marche 1296
S. Luca Marche 1408 (September 30) -- see "Incorportated By," below.
S. Maria di Chiaravalle Marche
S. Giovanni Marche
S. Caterina da Siena Marche founded after Bishop Constanzo da Fabriano's death [date]
S. Maria di Leveriano sull'Aso Marche
S. Giorgio (Alvaneto) Marche
S. Bartolome de Cantiro Marche 1408, 30 September (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Maria delle Grazie Marche
S. Giacomo Marche 1300 (circa)
S. Angelo in Fossis Marche 1265 or earlier 1273 or later (circa -- see "Incorporated By," below.)
S. Giuliano Marche 1216 1463 -- supressed; restored in 1875. Extant as of 1980.
S. Benedetto in Cippo di Vallimstre Marche 1006
S. Andrea delle Vigne Marche 1305, 16 April 1408 -- See "Incorporated By," below.

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