Jumièges, Abbey of

Jumièges, Abbey of
Jumièges, Abbey of
Founded in 634 by St. Philibert, who had been the companion of Sts. Ouen and Wandrille at the Merovingian court

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  • Jumièges Abbey — was a Benedictine monastery, situated in the commune of Jumièges in the Seine Maritime département , in Normandy, France.HistoryThe abbey was founded in 654 by Saint Philibert, who had been the companion of Saints Ouen and Wandrille at the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Jumièges — ▪ France       town, northwestern France, Seine Maritime département, Haute Normandie région, west of Rouen. It is famous for the imposing ruins of its abbey. Situated by a wood within a loop of the Seine River, the abbey, one of the great… …   Universalium

  • Robert of Jumièges — Infobox Archbishop of Canterbury Full name = Robert of Jumiéges caption= Modern ruins of the Abbey of Jumièges birth name = began =unknown consecration = 1051 term end = 1052 predecessor = Edsige successor = Stigand birth date = death date = 26… …   Wikipedia

  • Philibert of Jumièges — Saint Philibert of Jumièges (c. 608 ndash;684) was an abbot and monastic founder, particularly associated with Jumièges Abbey.He was born in Gascony as the only son of a Vic or Vic Jour (now Vic Fezensac) based courtier of Dagobert I and was… …   Wikipedia

  • Benedictine Abbey of Jumieges —     Benedictine Abbey of Jumièges     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Benedictine Abbey of Jumièges     Jumièges, situated on the north bank of the Seine, between Duclair and Caudebec, in Normandy (Seine Inférieure). The abbey was founded in 634 by St …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Robert of Jumièges — • Eleventh century Archbishop of Canterbury Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Robert of Jumieges     Robert of Jumièges     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Abt von Jumièges — Abtei Jumièges Die Abtei Jumièges (Monasterium Gemeticensis ) in Jumièges im Département Seine Maritime war bis zu den Religionskriegen eines der größten Klöster Frankreichs. Seit 1947 ist es im Besitz des französischen Staates.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Robert of Jumièges — ▪ archbishop of Canterbury and bishop of London born , Normandy, France died c. 1055, , Jumièges       one of the Normans given high position by the English king Edward the Confessor (Edward).       Robert was prior of Saint Ouen, Rouen, France,… …   Universalium

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