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The early history of the monastery of Cluny

Lucy Margaret Smith

The early history of the monastery of Cluny

by Lucy Margaret Smith

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Published by H. Milford, Oxford university press in London, New York [etc.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cluny (Benedictine abbey)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby L. M. Smith.
    SeriesHistory of religions preservation project -- MN05085.1
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationx, 225 p.
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14028306M
    OCLC/WorldCa37434110

    Reconstructing the lives, beliefs, and ambitions of Cluny's countless monks and legendary abbots, such as Hugh the Great and Peter the Venerable, this book discusses the abbey and its network of 1, dependent monasteries in the context of medieval European history. Exploring a monastery like no other, this historical account investigates.   “What role did the monastery at Cluny play in the Reform movement of the 11th century?” Cluny was a Benedictine abbey, founded in Its abbots, including future saints Odo, Odilo, and Hugh, were major figures in the 10th and 11th century. Two m.

    Book Description: "The rhinoceros, that is, any powerful man, is bound with a thong so that he may crush the clods of the valleys, that is, the oppressors of the humble."-Odo of Cluny,Vita Geraldii.8 To the second abbot of the great monastery at Cluny, Saint Odo, tenth-century Europe was a world filled with violent men oppressing at whim the poor and the powerless.   Dear Friend of Clear Creek Abbey, It is said that at the Abbey of Cluny such were the spaciousness of its buildings and the good order of its grounds and appurtenances, that the Pope, the Emperor, and several kings with numerous suites could be received simultaneously as guests without impairing the tranquil regularity of monastic life.

      Pachomius died at the age of sixty in during an epidemic that claimed the lives of over a hundred of his monks at Pbow — one of his monastery’s daughter-houses. Another French monk, Dom Cousin, in his Lausiac History, puts the number of monks later in Alexandria at more than 2, Meals were more than frugal in those early centuries. Edwin Mullins tells this less than flattering history, but he also relates the great things the Cluniacs did. The early abbots of Cluny were holy men and are saints of the Church: St. Berno, St. Odo, St. Odilo, St. Mayeul or Mailos, and Blessed Peter the Venerable. Cluny reached its apex during the reign of St. Hugh, from to


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The early history of the monastery of Cluny - Scholar's Choice Edition5/5(1). Early life. Odo was born aboutthe son of Abbo, feudal lord of Deols, near Le Mans and his wife Arenberga. According to the Vita later written by Odo's disciple John, the couple had long been childless, and one Christmas-eve, Abbo prayed to Our Lady to obtain for him the gift of a son.

When the child was born, his grateful father entrusted the boy to Saint Martin. Cluny, town, east-central France, Saône-et-Loire département, Burgundy (Bourgogne) région, northwest of owed its early importance to its celebrated Benedictine abbey, founded in by Duke William the Pious of newly founded order introduced reform in a period of general monastic laxity, returning to a strict observance of the Benedictine Rule.

Rhinoceros Bound: Cluny in the Tenth Century To the second abbot of the great monastery at Cluny, Saint Odo, tenth-century Europe was a world filled with violent men oppressing at whim the poor and the powerless.

As royal authority waned, local ma. Cluny is a commune in the eastern French department of Saône-et-Loire, in the region of is 20 km (12 mi) northwest of Mâcon.

The town grew up around the Benedictine Abbey of Cluny, founded by Duke William I of Aquitaine in The height of Cluniac influence was from the second half of the 10th century through the early 12th.

The Early History of the Monastery of Cluny by Lucy Margaret Smith,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Lucy Margaret Smith. GiftstoCluny. 68 s,fourthAbbotofCluny—EarlyLife—Rela-tionswiththeSaxonEmperors—Refusalofthe PapalChair—MaiolusandFleuhy—Death s'reformingActivity— GiftstoCluny s'Character—Miracles ,fifthAbbotofCluny—EarlyLife—Relations withPopesandEmperors— RoyalChartersto Cluny.

Early Monasticism. Monasticism is an ancient concept that can be seen in many religions and in philosophies. Centuries before Christianity, the devotion to this life – which includes vows of poverty, chastity and obedience – was practiced by great world religions such.

The only monastery with which I am familiar with that had anything to do with reforming the Church was the Abbey of Cluny, well actually the whole congregation which led a reform of the Church and.

Cluny (Benedictine abbey) -- History. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Cluny (Benedictine abbey) History; Filed under: Cluny (Benedictine abbey) -- History The Early History of the Monastery of Cluny (London et al.: H.

Milford, Oxford University Press, ), by Lucy Margaret Smith. multiple formats at A Brief History of the Benedictine Order Traditionally, AD is considered to be the year in which St Benedict founded the monastery at Montecassino.

He died and was buried there around Some decades later, the monastery was destroyed and not rebuilt for a long time. The monastic community and the living tradition.

Fascinating history of the monastery at Cluny, the most influential religious foundation in the early middle ages. The author traces Cluny's rise and fall, discusses what life was like at Cluny, and explains Cluny's contributions to medieval society/5(21).

Saint Odo of Cluny, French Saint Odon, or Eudes, de Cluny, (born orprobably in Aquitaine [France]—died Nov. 18,Tours, Touraine [France]; feast day November 18), second abbot of Cluny (–) and an important monastic reformer.

Early life. Most of the details of Odo’s youth are recorded by his first biographer, the monk John of Salerno, who, writing after Odo’s death. Cluny did so, but only on the condition that the reformed establishments would then belong to Cluny and be independent of local officials.

These reformed houses, and new ones established by Cluny, did not have abbots, but priors, second-in-command subject to the abbot of Cluny. These priors periodically held assemblies at Cluny where they would. The Early History of the Liturgy (Cambridge: At the university press, ), by J. H. Srawley (multiple formats at ) The Early History of the Monastery of Cluny (London et al.: H.

Milford, Oxford University Press, ), by Lucy Margaret Smith. multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust; US access only.A BRIEF HISTORY OF MONASTERIES. By Tim Lambert. Early Monasteries. One of the first Christian monasteries was founded in Egypt in the 4th century by St Pachomius.

In Western Europe early monasteries followed the pattern set by St Benedict of Nursia (cc). About Benedict founded a monastery at Monte Cassino in Italy.Odo of Cluny (French: Odon) (c.

– 18 November AD) was the second abbot of enacted various reforms in the Cluniac system of France and Italy. He is venerated as a Saint by the Catholic Church and Eastern Orthodox Church and his feast day is 18 November.

There is only one contemporary biography of him, the Vita Odonis written by John of Salerno.