Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Region Date Founded Date Terminatedsort descending
S. Maria Liberatrice Virgin Mary LZ 1200 (circa -- needs verification) 1900 or earlier
S. Benedetto Apulia 1109 1902
Mallersdorf S. John the Evangelist Niederbayern 1109 1903
S. Maria delle Monache Virgin Mary LZ 1063 or earlier 1906-7
S. Chiara di Sora Clare LZ 1260 1915
S. Giacomo Apulia 900-930 (circa) 1919
S. Domenico e S. Sisto Dominic / Sixtus (pope Sixtus II, partyred in 258 under the emperor Valerian) Lazio 1207 -- 1221 (this date is debatable: see <S956>, p. 54 ff). 1931 -- in this year, sisters then living at the 16th c. site of the community moved to the suburban Monte Mario region of Rome and took the name S. Maria del Rosario.
S. Magdalena de Conangle Catalonia 1304 or earlier 1936
S. Pietro de Molito 1263 or earlier 1938 -- nuns retired to a monastery on the hill when Lago Salto was created
S. Lucia 1382 1941/42 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Mont Sio Catalonia 1351 1947
S. Daniel i S. Clara Catalonia 1237 1952 (see "Incorporated by," below)
S. Bartomeu de Bell-lloc Catalonia 1207 1977
S. Giovenale Juvenal LZ 537 or later 555 (may have been later restored: see "Miscellaneous Info" below)
S. Eusebia Piedmont 300-399 (circa)? 570-630 (circa)
Euprepiae LZ 150 (circa -- traditional date) 591 or later
le Baume 6U 480 (circa) 600-699 (7th century)
Gallinas Albas LZ 593 or earlier 650 or earlier (needs verification)
Lyon (S. Eulalie) 6U 550 (circa) 655 (circa) -- turned over to men, nuns join <C1840> in the city
Arles Notre-Dame 6J 550 (circa) 700-799 (8th century)
Bordeaux 6A 600-699 (7th century) 700-799 (8th century)?
S. Cugat del Far 700 or earlier? 725 or later?
S. Stefano Maggiore Stephen LZ 526 (circa) 732 -- transferred to male community
Valenciennes 6M 680 (circa); Refounded in 749 for canons. 749 or earlier
Bath, Cathedral Priory Somershire 676 758, Before becoming a male community
Ochsenfurt 745 (circa) 765
S. Peter Double Monastery Peter Gloucestershire 681 (circa). It was refounded circa 1058 for Benedictine monks. 767 or later
Bregille 6H 660 (circa) 770-800 (circa)
Combeaux 6U 610 (circa) 787
Wentheim 760 (circa) 788
Orp Brabant 692 (circa) 799 or earlier?
Gwitherin 600-699 (7th century) 800-899 (9th century -- needs verification)
Handbury 2Y 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Caudebequet 6O 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Threekingham 2Y 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Weedon S. Mary 2II 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Sept-Meules 6O 750 or earlier 800-899 (9th century)
Sens (S. Symphorien) 6G 625 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Hamage-les-Marchiennes 6M 649 (circa). Refounded during 11th century for Benedictine monks. 800-899 (9th century)
Moustier-sur-Sambre Namur 661 (circa); refounded: circa 901 . 800-899 (9th century)
Bourges (S. Pierre-le-Puellier) 6F 700-799 (8th century) 800-899 (9th century)
Evequeville 6G 680 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Ebchester Durham 660 (circa) 800-899 (9th century)
Vienne (S. Andre-le-Haut) 6U 470-500 (circa); refounded: 1031. 800-899 (9th century)
Carlisle 2F 685; Refounded: circa 1125 refoundation for Augustinian canons. 800-899 (9th century) -- Destroyed
Noyon 6Q 658 (circa) 800-899 (9th century) -- disbanded
Tadcaster 2E 649 (circa) 800-899 (9th century) -- needs verification
Worcester S. Mary 2DD 743 or earlier. Refounded by c. 975 as a house of Benedictine monks by King Edgar amd Bishop Oswald. 800-899 (9th century)--women may have been present as late as 1086
Bruyeres-le-Chatel 6T 670 800-899 (9th century). Refounded in 1080 for Benedictine monks.
le Ham 6N 678 (circa); refounded: 10th century; then turned over to monks by episcopal order in 1149. 800-899 (9th century)?

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