Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Region Date Foundedsort descending Date Terminated
Munsterbilzen Belisia Limbourg 650-700. Refounded: 10th century. 800-900 (9th century); then to canons only sometime after 1100
S. Osyth's at Chich St. Osyth 653 870 circa
S. Godeberte 655
Maria della Rose Marche 657
Troyes (Notre-Dame aux Nonnains) 6G 657 (circa). Refounded during the 1180s, involving major reconstructions.
Noyon 6Q 658 (circa) 800-899 (9th century) -- disbanded
Tuffe 6F 659 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)?
Chelles 6T 660 (circa)
Reims (S. Pierre-le-Bas) 6G 660 (circa) 970-1000 (circa)
Bregille 6H 660 (circa) 770-800 (circa)
Soissons (Notre-Dame) 6G 660 (circa)
Ebchester Durham 660 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Avenay 6G 660 (circa)
Metz (S. Glossinde) 6K 660 (circa). Refounded: 945.
Argenteuil 6T 660 (circa); refounded c. 1000 1129
Leominster 2N 660 (circa); Refounded: 1139 (circa) as a conventual priory of the monks of Reading Abbey. 1046 (Maybe as late as 1086 or as early as the 9th century)
Maubeuge 6M 661
Moustier-sur-Sambre Namur 661 (circa); refounded: circa 901 . 800-899 (9th century)
Montreuil-sur-Mer/Pavilu 6M 662; Refounded c. 1000 900-999 (10th century)
Fecamp 6O 664 (circa) Destroyed circa 876; Restored around 900 for canons, later for monks.
Castor SS Cyneburga and Cyneswitha 2II 664 or earlier 870 (some sources attest to a late tenth or early 11th century termination)
Chateau-Chalon 6H 665 (circa)
Royat 6C 665 (circa) 900-930 (circa)
Beaumont-les-Clermont 6C 665 (circa)
Chamalieres 6C 665 (circa) 1600-1699 (17th century)
Barking S. Mary and S. Ethelburga Essex 666 (traditional date) 1539
Minster in Thanet St. Mildrith/Mildred Kent 669-90 1011
Bruyeres-le-Chatel 6T 670 800-899 (9th century). Refounded in 1080 for Benedictine monks.
Baume-les-Dames 6H 670 (circa)
Bonmoutier 6K 670 (circa); Refounded: 11th for monks. 1000 or earlier
le Mans (S. Scholastica) 6P 670 (circa)? 800-899 (9th century)?
S. Paul-les-Beauvais 6Q 670-700 (circa) 851; refounded c. 1036
Oroer 6Q 670-700 (circa) 857; refounded in 1025 restored as a priory of St-Paul de Beauvais.
S. Sexburga Sexburga, S. Mary Kent 670-75; refounded in 1130? 1066 or before, probably as early as 890
Wareham (female) St. Mary? Dorsetshire 672 (circa) Destroyed by Danes in 876, may have been a community of nuns until 982.
Ely Cambridge 672-3 (needs verification) 870
Agata in Monte Piedmont 673 1782: the goods of the house were ceded to the civic hospital of S. Matteo. In 1813, the lands were bought by Count Giacomo Fantoni, who formed a public bath with the many rooms.
Bath, Cathedral Priory Somershire 676 758, Before becoming a male community
le Ham 6N 678 (circa); refounded: 10th century; then turned over to monks by episcopal order in 1149. 800-899 (9th century)?
le Mans (S. Aubin) 6P 680 (circa) 900-999 (10th century)?
Mons (S. Waudru) Hainault 680 (circa)
Evequeville 6G 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Handbury 2Y 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Caudebequet 6O 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Puellemontier 6G 680 (circa) 800-950 (circa -- it is only known that, when monks took over the site in the 11th century, it had been long-abandoned).
Hohenburg Blessed Virgin Mary; S. Odilia Alsace 680 (circa) 1546 (for female community -- final dissolution in 1661)
Threekingham 2Y 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Weedon S. Mary 2II 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Hackness 2E 680 (circa). Refounded in the late 11th century as a priory of the monks of Whitby. 870 (circa)
Valenciennes 6M 680 (circa); Refounded in 749 for canons. 749 or earlier