St. Norbert was the original founder of the premonstratensian rule.
The special constitutions of the order were largely taken from those of the premonstratensian canons and of the Cistercians.
The writer was a monk of the premonstratensian Order, whose field of labor was at Prenditz.
The premonstratensian nuns were not to sing in choir or church, and to pray in silence.
Father Divisch accepted the friendly advice of his superiors and obeyed like a good premonstratensian monk.
Dale Abbey, near Derby, was founded early in the 13th century for the premonstratensian order.
The present house of Welbeck was built upon the site of an abbey for premonstratensian canons, which was begun in 1140.
This, it is said, was once the appanage of a premonstratensian Abbey of the twelfth century.
At the premonstratensian Abbey of Titchfield the books were stored in a small room, in four cases, each having eight shelves.