Cistercian administration: footnotes
- A tithe of dogdrove which, it
seems, was probably codfish from Dogger Bank by the North Sea,
C. H. Talbot Cîteaux
and Scarborough, Studia Monastica II (1960), pp. 95-158,
at p. 97.
- In accepting this gift Cîteaux disregarded
Cistercian legislation, which forbade the acceptance of revenues
from churches. For an extensive survey of this gift and the
problems presented in managing and retaining it, as well as a
of the charters relating to Scarborough, see C. H. Talbot,
- Institutes of
the General Chapter, clause
LVII [Narrative and Legislative Texts from Early Citeaux, ed.
C. Waddell (Citeaux, 1999), p. 480].