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eBook The Monks of Westminster: Being a Register of the Brethren of the Convent from the Time of the Confessor to the Dissolution (Cambridge Library Collection - Medieval History) ePub

by Ernest Harold Pearce

  • ISBN: 1108013597
  • Category: Churches and Church Leadership
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Ernest Harold Pearce
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (May 27, 2010)
  • Pages: 252
  • ePub book: 1177 kb
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Pearce, Ernest Harold, 1865-1930.

Pearce, Ernest Harold, 1865-1930.

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Being a Register of the Brethren of the Convent from the Time of the Confessor to the Dissolution. Some monks were supported at Oxford, but little is known of the education offered to the remainder.

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The monks of Westminster. Ernest Harold Pearce. being a register of the brethren of the convent from the time of the Confessor to the dissolution ; with lists of the obedientiaries and an introduction. The monks of Westminster. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The monks of Westminster from your list? The monks of Westminster. Published 1916 by University Press in Cambridge. Pearce, Ernest Harold, Bishop of Worcester, 1865-1930). Books from the extended shelves

Ernest Harold Pearce. Books from the extended shelves: Pearce, Ernest Harold, Bishop of Worcester, 1865-1930: The monks of Westminster; being a register of the brethren of the convent from the time of the Confessor to the dissolution, with lists of the obedientiaries and an introduction, (Cambridge, University press, 1916) (page images at HathiTrust).

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The Monks of Westminster: Being a Register of the Brethren of the Convent from the Time of the Confessor to the Dissolution (Cambridge Library Collection - History).

For this 1916 work, Archdeacon E. H. Pearce searched through the extensive muniments of Westminster Abbey to provide a list of all the known members of the monastic community until the Dissolution. Over 700 individuals are included, with all the information about them available to the author. While the list is not complete, and the use of other sources would add additional names for the early period, Pearce completed a remarkable achievement. Westminster was a substantial foundation, with an average community of 47 for the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. About half of these, who held some office or function, are naturally better documented than ordinary monks. Scholarship was evidently valued by the abbey, although the majority of the writings evidenced were on the history of the community rather than theological or literary works. Some monks were supported at Oxford, but little is known of the education offered to the remainder.