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Thompson, K. (2009)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Languages: English
Types: Article
Geoffrey Grossus' lengthy life of Bernard of Abbeville leaves unanswered many questions. Comparison with contemporary sources suggests that Bernard Was a career churchman with ail interest in ascetism and tire apostolic life, who left his original house in Poitiers because, of resistance to reforms that he had introduced as abbot. A successful search, for a patron enabled him to establish all entirely new community at Tiron in the Perche, where he was able to implement his ideas, although the community did not remain at the forefront of monastic thinking after the death of its charismatic founder is 1116.
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    • 75 The most accessible account of Henry's career appears in R. I. Moore, The origins of European dissent, London 1977, 83-101.
    • 76 Cf 'beware of exaggerating the novelty of the twelfth century in the history of monasticism', J. L. Nelson, 'Medieval monasticism' in P. Linehan and J. L. Nelson (eds), The medieval world, London 2001, 586.
    • 77 C. Stephen Jaeger, 'Cathedral schools and humanist learning, 950-1150', Deutsche Vierteljahrschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte, lxi (1987), 569-616 at 586ff.
    • 79 For social outcasts, VBT, paras 130, 135.
    • 80 VBT, paras 61-2. For a possible parallel with Robert of Arbrissel and the development of a rule at Fontevraud, Jessee, 'Robert', 232 and with Gilbert of Sempringham, Brian Golding, Gilbert of Sempringham and the Gilbertine order c. 1130-c.1300, Oxford 1995, 78 ff.
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