With this account of the Cistercian ‑ later Benedictine ‑ Convent of St Aegidian in Munster, the Germania Sacra series again returns to the Diocese of Munster. This time, the Series’ established author Wilhelm Kohl turns his attention to a convent founded around 1200 in the episcopal city.
This volume opens the 3rd instalment of the Germania Sacra series, which since January 2008 has been based at the Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Göttingen.
Wilhelm Kohl, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster.
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