Even the storied Red Burgundies made by Cistercian monks were dark pink.
Other bulls secured by Cistercian nunneries in England are printed by Dugdale.
Some of the Cistercian monasteries in Ireland refused to admit any Englishman.
The Cistercian monk, whom we give in the opposite woodcut, is taken from Hollars plate.
Some of the Cistercian abbeys in Wales were the warmest supporters of Welsh independence.
And in time he, too, sought his brothers in the cloister as did his father, who died in a Cistercian robe.
At length he settled at Hampole, where was a Cistercian nunnery.
With a Cistercian rule, perhaps they might have lasted longer.
This is famous on account of its Cistercian monastery, founded in 1094.
The chronicle of Louth Park, a Cistercian abbey in the county, contains a brief note upon the epidemic.
c.1600, "pertaining to the Cistercian order of monks," with -an + Medieval Latin Cistercium (French Cîteaux), site of an abbey near Dijon, where the monastic order was founded 1098 by Robert of Molesme. As a noun, "monk of the Cistercian order," from 1610s.