A Translation of the Chronicle of the Abbey of Morigny, France, C. 1100-1150 (Medieval Studies, 22)

A Translation of the Chronicle of the Abbey of Morigny, France, C. 1100-1150 (Medieval Studies, 22)

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Written in the 12th century by monks at the Benedictine abbey of Morigny, the Chronicle describes the abbey's foundation, its purchase by King Philip I, its difficulties surviving its initial poverty, and its quarrel over proprietorships with the canons of the church of Saint-Martin in Old Etampes.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            i
Acknowledgements v
Background 1 (3)
The Founding of the Abbey of Morigny 4 (1)
The Early Abbots 5 (4)
The Later History of the Abbey 9 (3)
A Postscript on the Text and Translation 12 (5)
[The Malicious Foe: The Prologue] 17 (2)
[The Mercy of Heaven: The Earliest 19 (8)
Acquisitions of the Abbey]
[An Army of One: The Labors of Baldwin at 21 (2)
the Manor of Maisons, 1102]
[In Memoriam: Abbot Thiou's 23 (4)
Accomplishments and Prayer]
[The Riches of the Earth: The Prologue] 27 (4)
[A New Ship of the Church: The Founding 29 (2)
of the Abbey]
[The Helmet of Salvation: King Philip I 31 (1)
Acquires the Abbey, 1096]
[Devilish Whisperings: A Quick Succession 31 (4)
of Abbots]
[The Strong are Tested: The Election of 33 (2)
Abbot Thomas amid Hard Times]
[A Vigilant Servant: Some Accomplishments 35 (4)
of Abbot Thomas]
[A Hand Put to the Lord's Plough: The 37 (2)
Cultivation of the Manor of Bleville]
[Raging Winds: Struggle for Possession of 39 (4)
the Church of Saint-Martin]
[Ask and You Shall Receive: A Charter 41 (2)
from the Archbishop of Sens]
[The Good Watchman at the Prow: Other Gifts 43 (8)
to the Abbey]
[The Kingdom Staggered: Warfare between 45 (2)
Louis VI and Theobald IV]
[Diabolical Wickedness: Hugh of Crecy 47 (4)
Murders Milo II of Montlhery, 1118]
[Driven by Need: Pope Gelasius II Visits 51 (4)
France. He dies at Cluny, 1119]
[An Irreconcilable Enemy: The 53 (1)
Installation of Gregory VIII, 1118]
[The Shield of Faith: The Election of 53 (2)
Pope Calixtus II at Cluny, 1119]
[The Sword of Discord: Conflict over 55 (1)
Burial of the Dead, 1119]
[The Hiss of the Viper: The Discord Reaches 55 (10)
the Royal Court, 1119]
[Tread Not on Me: The Letter of Abbot 57 (4)
Thomas to the Archbishop of Sens]
[Guided by the Lord: Pope Calixtus II 61 (4)
Visits Etampes, Fall 1119]
[In Full Flower: Calixtus II Dedicates the 65 (1)
Abbey Church, 1119]
[Spikes Fixed in Deep: Discord over Burials 65 (8)
Reaches the Papal Court]
[Rest in Peace: Abbot Thomas Writes to 69 (4)
the Papal Chancellor Chrysogonus]
[Perseverance in Good Works: Royal Support 73 (10)
for the Abbey, 1120]
[More Riches of the Earth: Additional 77 (4)
Acquisitions of the Abbey]
[Doubts are Dispelled: The Debate over 81 (2)
Simony at the Abbey]
[Pride of Power: The Dismissal of Stephen 83 (8)
of Garlande from Court, 1127]
[Trapped by Clever Words: The Abbey Gains 83 (4)
the Churches of Old Etampes]
[Whirling Waters: Attack on the Monks of 87 (2)
Morigny in Old Etampes, 1129]
[The Scale of the Heart: Judgment at 89 (2)
Poissy, 1129]
[Monastic Fervor: A Digression on Abbot 91 (6)
Thomas and Prior Garin]
[Wisdom amid Errors: Royal Pardon for the 93 (2)
People of Old Etampes]
[Sounding the Timbrel: New Holidays for 95 (2)
the Abbey, 1129]
[Dark Clouds of Storm: The Election of Pope 97 (8)
Innocent II, 1130]
[Very Visible Fractures: The Schism of 97 (4)
Peter Leo, Anacletus II, 1130-38]
[One Earth, One Sun: The Council of 101(1)
Etampes Recognizes Innocent II, 1130]
[An Unexpected Guest: Pope Innocent II 101(2)
Visits the Abbey, 1131]
[Cheerful Sunshine: Innocent II 103(2)
Consecrates the Altar of the Abbey Church]
[Promised Obedience: Lothar III Recognizes 105(16)
Innocent II as Pope, 1131]
[At Loose Ends: Pope Innocent II Lingers 105(1)
in France, 1131]
[From a Very Savage Demon: The Death of 105(4)
Prince Philip, October 13, 1131]
[Unspeakable Grief: Innocent II Consoles 109(2)
Louis VI at the Council of Reims]
[Good Men Everywhere Crowned: The 111(2)
Anointing of Prince Louis at Reims]
[The Wise are Made Known: Other Kings 113(2)
Recognize Innocent II as Pope]
[Honorable Service: The Carthusians 115(6)
Support Innocent II as Pope]
[Let Me Go: The Prologue, with Abbot Thomas 121(4)
as Another Moses]
[A Not So Small Measure of Goodness: A 123(2)
Eulogy for Abbot Thomas]
[Putting Off Old Garments: The Death of 125(6)
William X of Aquitaine, 1137]
[Heights of Joy: Prince Louis Marries 125(4)
Eleanor of Aquitaine]
[A Just Consideration of Mercy: Death of 129(1)
King Louis VI, August 1, 1137]
[A Strong Sense of Discernment: King 129(2)
Louis VII Begins His Reign, 1137]
[Fury of the Lion: Peter Leo Expels 131(8)
Innocent II from Rome, 1133]
[Patience amid Adversities: Innocent II 133(1)
Returns to Rome, 1138]
[Sword of the Spirit: Innocent II 133(4)
Addresses the Second Lateran Council]
[Sword of the Church: Innocent II Annuls 137(2)
the Decrees of Peter Leo]
[Stony Rigidity: The Demotions and 139(10)
Demolitions Decreed by Innocent II]
[Rod of Discipline: The Archbishop of 139(2)
Sens Suspends Abbot Thomas]
[Pounded with Heavy Blows: Abbot Thomas 141(1)
Resigns from Office, 1140]
[A Thief in the Night: Louis VII 141(4)
Interferes in the Election of the Next
[The Sea Grew Still: The Monks of Morigny 145(4)
Elect Macaire as Abbot, 1140]
[Whips as Well as Words: Violence over 149(1)
the Church of Saint-Martin]
[Evils of the Spirit: Conflict over the 149(2)
Archbishopric of Bourges, 1141]
[Untimely Sorrows: Death Comes for Three 151(6)
Popes, 1143-45]
[Holy Service of Discipline: Lucius II 153(2)
Reforms the Abbey of Saint-Benoit]
[Things Turned Out Well: The Election of 155(1)
Thevin as Abbot, 1144]
[To God All Things Are Possible: Thevin 155(2)
Enriches the Abbey, 1144-51]
[The Splendid Glory of Honor: Louis VII 157(8)
Calls for a Crusade, 1146]
[Nothing Useful, Nothing Memorable: The 159(2)
Second Crusade, 1147-49]
[A Crown of Golden Diadems: The Death of 161(4)
Abbot Thevin, 1151]
Appendix A: The Families of the Lords of 165(1)
Montlhery and Rochefort
Appendix B: The Family of the Lords of Le Puiset 166(1)
Appendix C: The Family of Garlande 167(2)
Endnotes 169(50)
Bibliography 219(6)
Index 225