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Title Dedication Regionsort descending Date Founded Date Terminated
Heiningen S. Mary, S. Peter and S. Paul 993-1002 (circa) 1810
Amiens 575 or earlier 900-999 (10th century); refounded for secular canons in 1073
Engelthal Blessed Virgin Mary 1290 or earlier; 1268 continues
S. Caterina 1350 (circa) 1700-1799 (18th century)
Coppenberg 1181 (women only)
Bamberg, Michelsberg Saint Michael 1017 1802
S. Maria di Valfabbrica 1296 or earlier (needs verification) 1383 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Frankenberg S. Mary Magdalene; S. Peter 1235 1568
Bergen S. Cross 976 1552
S. Pedro and S. Pablo de Nazaoba 818 946 or earlier
S. Petronilla 1304 (as a female community -- male cistercians had been the community's first inhabitants, dating from sometime in the thirteenth century) 1400 or earlier
S. Cugat del Far 700 or earlier? 725 or later?
Gundheim 1150 (circa) 1290 (circa)
S. Magdalena
S. Bartolomeo 1057, March 1410 (taken over by Augustinian order)
S. Maria del Ponte 1370 or earlier 1573 or later
Berau S. Nicolas 1100-1199 (12th century)
S. Lucia
S. Maria di Betlem 1379
S. Elisabetta 1230 1700-1799
Engelport 1272 (circa)
S. Sebastiano
Clarenberg S. Clara 1340 1812
S. Francesco delle Donne 1253 (as a female community. Male community on the site dates from earlier) 1815. Became a women's school of some kind. Currently a ceramic factory.
Mariengarten Mary (needs verification) 1245 1543 (circa)
Klarissenkloster 1341 1803
Aguas Cálidas 790
S. Nicolo 1460 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Maria de l‚Eula 1174 1567: repopulated with monks from Santes Creus.
Tückelhausen 1138 1360
S. Marienstern S. Mary (needs verification) 1248, October 13 still extant
Mount of Olives The Mount of Olives is considered a holy place in both the Jewish and Christian traditions. It is unknown when monasteries were first constructed on the mountain, although this likely began in the fourth century.
S. Sebastiano 1500 or earlier
S. Maria 1367 or earlier 1466 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Inzigkoven 1354 1802
S. Maria
Unterlinden S. John the Baptist 1232 or earlier? (Kramer puts the foundation at 1252) 1789-1800 (circa)
Trebnitz 1203 1810
S. Claudio e S. Crociferi 1229 1255 (See
S. Agnes S. Agnes 1419 1812
Tutti i Santi
S. Caecilia 700-799 (8th century)
S. Agnese 1296 or slightly earlier
Jörresbusch S. Gregory
S. Stephan S. Stephan 969 1802-3
Heiligen Kreuz S. Mary, Holy Cross, 1297 Apostle Bartholomew 1230 (circa) 1545 (Cistercian); after 1944
S. Maria delle Vergini 1428 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Magdalena i S. Margarita de Castellbisbal late 13th century
Thulba 1127 1525
Marienthal S. Mary 1234 still extant

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