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    • Dominican monastery at Erfurt, where he remained for nine years in
    • Dominican monastery where Eckhart was professor of theology. One can imagine
    • Florence, Suso entered a monastery in Constance. There he voluntarily
    • near the monastery.
    • some years had been the prior of a Carthusian monastery near Deventer. This
    • Trithemius, originally Abbot of the Monastery of Wurzburg, later of
    • At the age of fifteen he was enrolled in the Dominican monastery in Naples,
    • For nearly thirteen years he studied in this monastery, and became learned
    • where he stayed in the Della Minerva Monastery.
    • very serious, and he left the monastery, divested himself of his Dominican
    • produced a number of works which were published. The Prior of the monastery
    • Rose, Abbot of the Cistercian monastery of Grüssau, and Vicar General of
    • heart, a stern disciplinarian in his monastery, and a firm supporter of the
    • Counter-Reformation. The monastery of Grüssau was located about fifty



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