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The mulieres religiosae, daughters of Hildegard of Bingen? Interfaces between a Benedictine visionary, the Cistercians of Villers and the spiritual women of Liège

Sara Moens UGent (2017) Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe: Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300.
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book title
Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe: Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300
editor
Steven Vanderputten UGent, Tjamke Snijders and Jay Diehl
publisher
Brepols
place of publication
Turnhout
language
English
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yes
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B2
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4132092
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-4132092
date created
2013-09-13 15:28:40
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2017-03-20 10:42:50
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Chicago
Moens, Sara. 2017. “The Mulieres Religiosae, Daughters of Hildegard of Bingen? Interfaces Between a Benedictine Visionary, the Cistercians of Villers and the Spiritual Women of Liège.” In Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe: Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300, ed. Steven Vanderputten, Tjamke Snijders, and Jay Diehl. Turnhout: Brepols.
APA
Moens, Sara. (2017). The mulieres religiosae, daughters of Hildegard of Bingen? Interfaces between a Benedictine visionary, the Cistercians of Villers and the spiritual women of Liège. In S. Vanderputten, T. Snijders, & J. Diehl (Eds.), Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe: Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Turnhout: Brepols.
Vancouver
1.
Moens S. The mulieres religiosae, daughters of Hildegard of Bingen? Interfaces between a Benedictine visionary, the Cistercians of Villers and the spiritual women of Liège. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe: Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017.
MLA
Moens, Sara. “The Mulieres Religiosae, Daughters of Hildegard of Bingen? Interfaces Between a Benedictine Visionary, the Cistercians of Villers and the Spiritual Women of Liège.” Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe: Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Ed. Steven Vanderputten, Tjamke Snijders, & Jay Diehl. Turnhout: Brepols, 2017. Print.