English Cistercian Nuns in Lincolnshire

@article{Graves1979EnglishCN,
  title={English Cistercian Nuns in Lincolnshire},
  author={Coburn V. Graves},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1979},
  volume={54},
  pages={492 - 499}
}
ALTHOUGH historians of Cistercian monasticism in medieval England have seen their subject almost exclusively in terms of the activities of men, it has long been known that there was a sizable number of houses of women who professed that way of life: two abbeys and twenty-seven priories, most of which were concentrated in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire. Just why these houses have not been studied, as have their counterparts on the continent,1 is not readily to be explained without reference to… 
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