Until now I’d associated Cluny with the most powerful monastery in medieval Christendom; a monastery whose abbey church was the greatest in Europe until St Peter’s in Rome got built; a monastery whose Paris pied-a-terre was so big, it now houses the museum of Middle Ages; finally a monastery whose tentacles spread in England via […]Read More
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