Cluny from the Tenth to the Twelfth Centuries: Further Studies
The articles in this volume deal with the history of the abbey of Cluny, both its relations with the outside world and its internal organization and spirituality, from its foundation in 910, until the end of the 12th century. After an opening article on the early history of Cluny, relating it to previous monasticism and the monastic world of teh 10th century, there are a group of articles on how monks were admitted to Cluny, how they were organized, what they did, and on the monastery's privileges.
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Entrance to Cluny in the Eleventh and Twelfth
The ReceptionPrivilege of Cluny in the Eleventh
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