Monastic Wales.








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‘Transient’ religious houses and those of uncertain existence: Nefyn, Trawscoed, Pendâr, Clynnog Fawr and Llansanffraid, Dr David Stephenson, School of History, Welsh History and Archaeology, Bangor University
Discoveries made on the Friar\'s Estate, Bangor, Archaeologia Cambrensis, 5th series, 17 (1900), 24-42, Harold Hughes and P. Sheakson Gregory
Remnants of Brecon Priory,
Remnants of Abergavenny Priory,
Remnants of Basingwerk Abbey,
Remnants of Beddgelert Priory,
Remnants of Brecon Friary,
Remnants of Caldey Priory,
Remnants of Carmarthen Friary,
Remnants of Ewenny Priory,
Remnants of Haverfordwest Priory,
Remnants of Kidwelly Priory,
Remnants of Llanllugan,
Remnants of Llanthony Prima,
Remnants of Margam Abbey,
Remnants of Monmouth Priory,
Remnants of Neath Abbey,
Remnants of Pembroke (Monkton) Priory,
Remnants of Penmon Priory,
Remnants of Pill Priory,
Remnants of Ruthin Priory,
Remnants of St Dogmaels Abbey,
Remnants of Strata Florida,
Remnants of Talley Abbey,
Remnants of Tintern Abbey,
Remnants of Usk Priory,
Remnants of Valle Crucis,
The Cistercians in Wales, Professor Janet Burton
The Cluniacs in Wales: Malpas and St Clears, Christopher Pearce
Who were the Benedictines?, Professor Janet Burton
Who were the Cistercians?, Professor Janet Burton
Who were the Cluniacs?, Christopher Pearce
Who were the Regular Canons?, Dr Karen Stöber

Nave of the church at Tintern showing the clustered piers


 
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