Pauline monastery

Pauline monastery

The Pauline monastery was built for Hungarian hermit monks in 1225.

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Keywords

Pauline monastery, Jakab hill, monastery, Bishop of Pécs, hermit monks, Mecsek, church, abbot, building, monk, hermit, yard

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Questions

  • Which word does not refer to the place where medieval monks lived?
  • Which religious order was founded earliest?
  • Which is the only order of male monks founded in Hungary?
  • Who founded the Pauline Order?
  • What is the leader of a group of monks called?
  • What are female monks called?
  • On which side of the monastery was the church located?
  • Is it true that with the exception of Pauline monasteries, churches were always located on the northern side of the monasteries?
  • What is a collection of rules regarding moral conduct for monks called in Latin?
  • What is monks´ sleeping quarters called?
  • What kind of room was NOT part of an average medieval monastery?
  • What kind of room was NOT part of an average medieval monastery?
  • Which Catholic order founded the first monasteries in Hungary?
  • Which of these is not a religious order?
  • When were the first monasteries in Hungary founded?
  • What is a covered walkway within the monastery with an open colonnade on one side called?
  • When was the Pauline order founded?
  • What are the ´rooms´ of the monks called?
  • What does the Latin verb ´claudere´ means, from which the word ´cloister´ originates?
  • Is it true that medieval monasteries were fortress-like, well defensible buildings?
  • What activity was not typical of medieval monks?
  • What activity was not typical of medieval monks?
  • Which is not one of the three notions of the monastic vow?
  • What is a cloister?
  • Who is the head of the Roman Catholic Church?
  • What was not usually found in medieval monasteries?
  • What was not usually found around medieval monasteries?
  • What was not one of the means of getting an income for medieval monks?
  • Is it true that women could not become monks in the Middle Ages?

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