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Amundsen, Darrel W. (1996). Medicine, Society, and Faith in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press).

Bell, David N. (1989). ‘The English Cistercians and the Practice of Medicine’. Cîteaux: Commentarii Cistercienses 40: 149–173.

Cassidy-Welch, Megan. 2001. Monastic Spaces and their Meanings: Thirteenth-Century English Cistercian Monasteries (Turnhout: Brepols).

Crislip, Andrew (2005a). From Monastery to Hospital: Christian Monasticism and the Transformation of Health Care in Late Antiquity (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press).

Crislip, Andrew (2005b). ‘The Sin of Sloth or the Illness of the Demons? The Demon of Acedia in Early Christian Monasticism’. Harvard Theological Review 98: 143–169.

Crislip, Andrew (2008). ‘Care for the Sick in Shenute’s Monasteries.’ In Christianity and Monasticism in Upper Egypt, vol. 1: Akhmim and Sohag, edited by Gawdat Gabra and Hany N. Takla, 21–30 (Cairo: American University in Cairo Press).

Crislip, Andrew (2013). Thorns in the Flesh: Illness and Sanctity in Late Ancient Christianity (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press).

D’Aronco, Maria (2007). ‘The Benedictine Rule and the Care of the Sick: The Plan of St Gall and Anglo-Saxon England’. In The Medieval Hospital and Medical Practice, edited by Barbara S. Bowers, 235–251 (Aldershot, UK, and Burlington, VT: Ashgate).

de Vogüé, Adalbert, and Jean-Marie Clément, ed. and trans. (1964–5). La Régle du Maître. 3 vols. (Paris: Editions du Cerf).

de Vogüé, Adalbert, and Joël Courreau, ed. and trans. (1988). Césaire d’Arles, Oeuvres monastiques. 2 vols. (Paris: Editions du Cerf).

de Vogüé, Adalbert, ed. and trans. (1982). Les règles des saints Pères (Paris: Éditions du Cerf).

de Vogüé, Adalbert, trans. (1989). Saint Columban, Règles et pénitentiels monstiques (Bégrolles-en-Mauges: Abbaye de Bellefontaine).

Dunn, Marilyn (1990). ‘Mastering Benedict: Monastic Rules and their Authors in the Early Medieval West’. English Historical Review 105: 567–594.

Dunn, Marilyn (2000). The Emergence of Monasticism: From the Desert Fathers to the Early Middle Ages (Malden, MA, and Oxford: Blackwell).

eMGH (2013). ‘Ionas, Vitae Columbani libre II’. SS rer. Germ. 37. Accessed 1 September 2014.

Fischer, Klaus-Dietrich (2010). ‘Das Lorscher Arzneibuch in Widerstreit der Meinungen’. Medizin-historisches Journal 45:165–188.

Foot, Sarah (2006). Monastic Life in Anglo-Saxon England, c. 600–900 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Gilchrist, Roberta, and Barney Sloane (2005). Requiem: The Medieval Monastic Cemetery in Britain (London: Museum of London Archaeology Service).

Glaze, Florence Eliza (1999). ‘The Perforated Wall: The Ownership and Circulation of Medical Books in Medieval Europe, ca. 800–1200’. PhD diss., Duke University.

Green, Monica (2009). ‘Salerno on the Thames: The Genesis of Anglo-Norman Medical Literature’. In Languages and Culture in Medieval Britain: The French of England c. 1100–c. 1500, edited by Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, 220–231 (York, UK: York University Press).

Halporn, James W., and Mark Vessey, trans. (2005). Cassiodorus, Institutes of Divine and Secular Learning and On the Soul (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press).

Harvey, Barbara (1993). Living and Dying in England 1150–1540: The Monastic Experience (Oxford: Clarendon Press).

Harvey, Barbara (2000). ‘Before and After the Black Death: A Monastic Infirmary in Fourteenth-Century England’. In Death, Sickness, and Health in Medieval Society and Culture, edited by Susan J. Ridyard, 5–33 (Sewanee: University of the South Press).

Horden, Peregrine (1985). ‘The Death of Ascetics: Sickness and Monasticism in the Early Byzantine Middle East’. Studies in Church History 22: 41–52.

Horden, Peregrine (2011). ‘What’s Wrong with Early Medieval Medicine?’ Social History of Medicine 24: 5–25.

Horden, Peregrine (2012). ‘Poverty Charity and the Invention of the Hospital’. In The Oxford Handbook of Late Antiquity, edited by Scott F. Johnson, 715–743 (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Horn, Walter William, and Ernest Born (1979). The Plan of St Gall: A Study of the Architecture and Economy of and Life in a Paradigmatic Carolingian Monastery. 3 vols. (Berkeley: University of California Press).

James, Bruno Scott, trans. (1998). The Letters of St Bernard of Clairvaux (Thrupp, UK: Sutton).

Jones, Peter Murray (2013). ‘Complexio and Experimentum: Tensions in Late Medieval Medical Practice’. In The Body in Balance: Humoral Medicines in Practice, edited by Peregrine Horden and Elisabeth Hsu, 107–128 (New York and Oxford: Berghahn).

Kerr, Julie (2009). Life in the Medieval Cloister (London: Continuum).

Lawless, George (1987). Augustine of Hippo and His Monastic Rule (Oxford: Clarendon Press).

Le Blévec, Daniel (1987). ‘Maladie et soins du corps dans les monastères cisterciennes’. In Horizons marins, itinéraires spirituels (Ve–XVIIIe siècles), edited by Henri Dubois, Jean-Claude Jocquet, and André Vauchez, 2 vols., 1: 170–182 (Paris: Sorbonne).

Leclercq, Jean, Henri M. Rochais, and Charles H. Talbot, eds. (1957–74). Sancti Bernardi Opera. 8 vols (Rome: Editiones Cistercienses).

Meaney, Audrey (2013). ‘The Practice of Medicine in England about the Year 1000’. Social History of Medicine 13: 221–237.

Migne, Jacques-Paul (1860–80). Patrologiae cursus completus… series latina prior (Paris: Garnier).

Nebbiai-dalla Guarda, Donatella (1994). ‘Les livres de l’infirmerie dans les monastères médiévaux’. Revue Mabillon 66 (new series 5): 57–81.

Noll, Günter (1982). ‘The Origin of the So-Called Plan of St Gall’. Journal of Medieval History 8: 191–240.

Page, Sophie (2013). Magic in the Cloister: Pious Motives, Illicit Interests, and Occult Approaches to the Medieval Universe (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press).

Patrick, Pip (2014). The ‘Obese Medieval Monk’: A Multi-Disciplinary Study of a Stereotype (Oxford: Archaeopress).

Paxton, Frederick S. (1993). ‘Signa Mortifera: Death and Prognostication in Early Medieval Monastic Medicine’. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67: 631–650.

Powick, F. M. ed. and trans. (1950). Walter Daniel, The Life of Ailred of Rievaulx (London: Thomas Nelson).

Rawcliffe, Carole (2002). ‘“On the Threshold of Eternity”: Care for the Sick in East Anglian Monasteries’. In East Anglia’s History: Studies in Honour of Norman Scarfe, edited by Christopher Harper-Bill, Carole Rawcliffe, and Richard G. Wilson, 41–72 (Woodbridge: Boydell).

Russell, Norman, trans. (1981). The Lives of the Desert Fathers (Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications).

Seiler, Roger (2001). ‘Für die kranken Brüder werde ein eigener Raum bestimmt’: Klosterinfirmarien des hohen Mittelalters (Zürich: Juris Druk/Verlag Dietikon).

Silvas, Anna (2005). The Asketikon of St Basil the Great (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Sweet, Victoria (2006). Rooted in the Earth, Rooted in the Sky: Hildegard of Bingen and Premodern Medicine (New York and London: Routledge).

Venarde, Bruce L., ed. and trans. (2011). The Rule of St Benedict (Cambridge, MA, and London: Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library).

Wallis, Faith, ed. (2010). Medieval Medicine: A Reader (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).

Wallis, Faith (forthcoming). ‘Medicine’. In Sciences in the Carolingian World, edited by Bruce S. Eastwood (Leiden: Brill).

Wenzel, Siegfied (1967). The Sin of Sloth: Acedia in Medieval Thought and Literature (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press).

Yearl, Mary K. K. (2007). ‘Medieval Monastic Customaries on Minuti and Infirmi’. In The Medieval Hospital and Medical Practice, edited by Barbara S. Bowers, 175–194 (Aldershot, UK, and Burlington, VT: Ashgate).

Yearl, Mary K. K. (2011). ‘Bloodletting as Recreation in the Monasteries of Medieval Europe’. In Between Text and Patient: The Medieval Enterprise in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, edited by Florence Eliza Glaze and Brian K. Nance, 217–243 (Florence: Sismel-Galluzzo).

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