Longpont Abbey

Longpont Abbey (Abbaye Notre-Dame de Longpont) was a Cistercian monastery, in present-day Longpont, Aisne, France.

View of surviving claustral buildings from the west

It existed from 1131 to 1793, being founded by monks from the abbey of Clairvaux,[1] at the behest of Jocelin of Soissons. There is now a hotel on the site, located in the old Cistercian inn. The roofless abbey church can be visited, along with the better-preserved buildings around the cloister. The original buildings suffered war damage in 1918.[2]

Its monks included Petrus Cantor and John de Montmirail.[3]

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ReferencesEdit

  • Pickard, Charlotte (2015) "Unequal Marriage in Medieval France: The Case of the Vermandois Heiresses" DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.4286954.v1
  • Poquet, Monographie de l'abbaye de Longpont (Paris: 1869)

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Coordinates: 49°16′23″N 3°13′16″E / 49.273°N 3.221°E / 49.273; 3.221