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Die Passio Olavi, die englischen Zisterzienser und die Verehrung Olavs in England (Quellen im Kontext 1)

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This chapter discusses the text witnesses of the Passio Olavikept in England in addition to the well-known manuscript CCC (Oxford, Corpus Christi College, Cod. 209) and the manuscript O (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Cod Rawlinson C 440). The manuscript CCC is very often cited in the research due to its content. The Passio Olavi is an independent unit in the last quarter probably in the 80s of 12th century. The provenance of the manuscript CCC occupied by the library endorsement at the beginning of 13th century is historically instructive: One of the most ground-breaking events of the monastic renewal movements of the 12th century in England was the arrival of the Cistercian. The chapter presents an overview on the first Cistercian abbeys in Norway. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Cistercian; Cistercian abbeys; manuscript CCC; manuscript O; Passio Olavi



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