Uma Visitação Inédita ao Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Cós, de 1492. I: as origens da comunidade e a sua organização no período medieval

Translated title of the contribution: An unpublished visitation to the Monastery of Santa Maria of Cós, 1492. I: the origins of the community and its organisation in the medieval period

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Abstract

A descoberta de uma ata de visitação inédita ao Mosteiro de Cós, realizada em 1492, pelo abade de Claraval, constitui o mote para um estudo introdutório sobre as suas origens e a sua comunidade no período medieval . Perscrutam-se, em chave de leitura diacrónica, as características e as especificidades do Mosteiro de Cós, cenóbio singular no panorama cisterciense feminino português, pela sua dependência económica e jurisdicional face à abadia masculina de Alcobaça, traçando-se, assim, o enquadramento histórico que ajuda a compreender a intervenção do abade de Claraval nesta comunidade monástica e o texto que dela resultou .

The discovery of an unpublished visitation record to the Monastery of Cós, carried out in 1492 by the abbot of Clairvaux, constitutes the motto for an introductory study of its origins and its community in the medieval period.
The characteristics and specificities of the Monastery of Cós, a unique setting in the Portuguese female Cistercian panorama due to its economic and jurisdictional dependence on the male abbey of Alcobaça, are examined diachronically, thus tracing the historical framework which helps to understand the intervention of the abbot of Clairvaux in this monastic community and the document that resulted from it
Translated title of the contributionAn unpublished visitation to the Monastery of Santa Maria of Cós, 1492. I: the origins of the community and its organisation in the medieval period
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)181-208
Number of pages14
JournalLusitania Sacra
Issue number41
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Monaquismo feminino
  • Mosteiro de Cós
  • Mosteiro de Alcobaça
  • Visitações
  • Liturgia cisterciense
  • Female monasticism
  • Monastery of Cós
  • Monastery of Alcobaça
  • Visitation
  • Cistercian liturgical practice.

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