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Abbaye-aux-hommes a.k.a. Abbey of Saint-Étienne, Caen: The Abbey of Saint-Étienne, also known as Abbaye aux Hommes, is a former Benedictine monastery in the French city of Caen, Normandy, dedicated to Saint Stephen. It was founded in 1063 by William the Conqueror and is one of the most important Romanesque buildings in Normandy.
- also known as Abbaye aux Hommes, Men's Abbey
- part of Calvados
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Encyclopedia of Monasticism (2013)
by William M. Johnston
The Abbaye-aux-Hommes (Abbey for Men) and the Abbaye-aux-Femmes (Abbey for Women) ...
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