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Thompson, Edward Maunde, Sir, 1840-1929.
Customary of the Benedictine monasteries of Saint Augustine, Canterbury, and Saint Peter, Westminster.
London, [Harrison and sons, printers] 1902-04
|Named Person:||Ralph de Bourne|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward Maunde Thompson, Sir; Richard, de Ware; St. Augustine's Abbey (Canterbury, England); Westminster Abbey.; British Museum.; Gonville and Caius College. Library.
|Notes:||"The text of the [Canterbury] manuscript does not present a single work, but a number of separate compilations, which, however, with one exception ... deal with the discipline and usages and religious services of the monastery. The exception is a series of documents relating to the succession of Ralph de Bourne to the abbacy in 1309"--Pref., v. 1.
"The [Westminster] text ... is the fourth part of the customary compiled under the direction of abbot Richard de Ware, who held office from 1250 to 1283"--Pref., v. 2.
|Description:||2 volumes facsimiles 24 cm.|
|Contents:||I. Consuetudines monasterii Sancti Augustini Cantuariæ (Text of Cottonian mss., Faustina C. XII.)--II. Consuetudines monasterii Sancti Petri Westmonasterii (Texts of Cottonian ms., Otho C. XI; and Gonville and Caius ms., no. 211).|
|Series Title:||Henry Bradshaw Society (Series), v. 23, 28.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Sir Edward Maunde Thompson.|