Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Region Date Founded Date Terminated
S. Paolo Saint Paul Tuscany 1329 (circa)
Bourges (N-D de Salles) Notre-Dame de Salles 6F 640 (circa). Permanently refounde for male canons in 912 (1012?). 800-899 (9th century)?
petervtmv Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
S. Maria del Camí
Carbrooke Norfolk 1180 (circa)
Shaftesbury S. Mary and S. Edward and possibly All Saints Dorsetshire 888 (traditional date); it could have been founded any time between 880 and circa 893 1539
Vauxbons 6G 1181 (circa)
Monastero dell’Eucarestia Eucharist 1447
S. Maria sopra Minerva Virgin Mary LZ 752 or earlier (traditional date) 1276 -- properties given to male monastery
la Chana 6U 984 (circa)
Druim Chea Longford 440 (circa)
Klösterle 1494 or earlier 1552 (circa)
Dienze Ste-Margeurite Flanders (East) 1448
S. Giacomo e Filippo Piedmont 1299
Paris (S. Antoine-des-Champs) 6T 1198 1795
S. Maria Marche 1422 -- Supressed by Bishop Giovanni; at that time, it did not have any sisters.
Auterives 6L 1256
S. Felicita di Firenze Saint Felicity Tuscany 1059
S. Clara Catalonia 1308 1569
Ramestede Sussex 1174-83 (circa) 1202 or earlier
S. Silvane 6A 1020 (circa)
S. Maria degli Angeli Saint Mary Tuscany 1439 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Paris (S. Eloi) 6T 633 1107 -- nuns removed in favor of Benedictine monks
S. Petri Saint Peter Tuscany 803 or earlier
S. Jakob auf der Hülben 1190 On November 30, 1782, the Regierung began to consider termination of both Himmelpforte and S. Jakob. The latter convent’s life was officially ended with a decree from 18 September 1783 (Wiedemann 82).
S. Ursula S. Ursula 1335-1349 (circa) 1803; reestablished in 1828 and continues
S. Maria Vallegloria 1208 or earlier 1464, June 17 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Zaccaria 829 C.E.
S. Magdalena
S. Giacomo e S. Margherita 1258-59
S. Bartholomew Bartholomew Gloucestershire 1207 or earlier 1465 (circa)
Rengeval 6K 1153
S. Osyth's at Chich St. Osyth 653 870 circa
S. Cosma e S. Damiano in Mica Aurea LZ 1234 1810 (later revived)
Costejean 6L 1220 or earlier
S. Benedetto Novello 1640 as S. Benedetto Novella; earlier a male community called S. Benedetto, and before that an older female community named S. Maria Novella. 1820 (see "Incorporated By," below)
Cell Rígnaige Offaly
Bischofsheim S. Lioba 748 (circa) 1802
S. John the Baptist S. John the Baptist Somershire 1180 (circa) 1539
S. Basilio 1443 (See "Incorporated By," below)
S. Giovanni Marche
Lisieux 6N 1050 (circa)
S. Maria della Neve Saint Mary Tuscany 1339 or earlier 1435 (see "Incorporated By," below)
S. Maximin 1186 or earlier
Shingay Cambridge 1180 (circa)
Soleimont Hainault 1237
Name unknown Piedmont
Puellemontier 6G 680 (circa) 800-950 (circa -- it is only known that, when monks took over the site in the 11th century, it had been long-abandoned).
S. Damiano Tuscany 1400 or earlier