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Cistercian Europe : architecture of contemplation

Author: Terryl N Kinder
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., ©2002.
Series: Cistercian studies series, no. 191.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Terryl N Kinder
ISBN: 0802838871 9780802838872 0879073918 9780879073916
OCLC Number: 46383821
Notes: Previously published in French with title: L'Europe cistercienne.
Description: 407 p. : ill., maps ; 31 cm.
Contents: Foreword / by Michael Downey --
Introduction --
I. Historical Overview --
Monasticism in the East --
Western Monasticism and Saint Benedict --
Molesme and the Foundation of Citeaux --
Cistercian Women --
Expansion and Reform --
After the Revolution --
2. The Organization of Life in a Cistercian Abbey --
The General Chapter --
The Opus Dei and the Cistercian Day --
Sign Language --
Clothing --
Monastic Personnel --
3. Living in a Vale of Tears --
The Siting of Cistercian Monasteries --
Water Management --
Inhabiting the Site --
4. The Cloister --
The East Gallery --
The Collation Gallery --
The Refectory Gallery --
The West Gallery --
5. The Church --
Message --
Sources of Cistercian Church Desig --
Siting --
Plan and Function --
Elevation, Structure, and Space --
Decoration and Meaning --
Technology and Change --
6. The East Range --
The Sacristy --
The Chapter Room --
Further along the East Range --
The Dormitory and Latrines. 7. The Refectory Range --
The Warming Room --
The Kitchen --
The Refectory --
8. The West Range and the Lay Brothers --
9. Beyond the Cloister --
The Novitiate --
The Scriptorium and Manuscript Illumination --
The Library --
The Abbot's Lodging --
The Prison --
The Infirmary --
The Cemetery --
Guests, Gatehouse, and the Precinct Wall --
Other Structures --
Conclusion --
Glossary --
Suggestions for Further Reading --
Indexes --
Index of Cistercian Abbeys --
General Index --
Acknowledgments and Photo Credits.
Series Title: Cistercian studies series, no. 191.
Responsibility: Terryl N. Kinder.
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