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William Chester Jordan Unceasing strife, unending fear: Jacques de Thérines and the freedom of the church in the age of the last Capetians Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2005, XI-154 p. - William Chester Jordan A tale of two monasteries: Westminster and Saint-Denis in the thirteenth century Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2009, XVIII-245 p.

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1 - Lemarignier, Jean-François, Étude sur les privilèges d’exemption et de juridiction ecclésiastique des abbayes normandes depuis les origines jusqu’en 1140, Paris, A. Picard, 1937 Google Scholar.

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3 - Texte paru de façon posthume: Mahn, Jean-Berthold, L’ordre cistercien et son gouvernement. Des origines au milieu du XIIIe siècle, 1098-1265, Paris, E. de Boccard, 1945 Google Scholar.

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5 - Dans son article de l’Histoire littéraire de la France, t. XXXIV, Paris, Impr. nationale, 1914, p. 179-229.

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William Chester Jordan Unceasing strife, unending fear: Jacques de Thérines and the freedom of the church in the age of the last Capetians Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2005, XI-154 p. - William Chester Jordan A tale of two monasteries: Westminster and Saint-Denis in the thirteenth century Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2009, XVIII-245 p.
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