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    and remained so until dissolved in 1539 The final Abbey Church was built circa 1160 70 and had 13th 14th and 15th century additions The 431 feet 131 m tall spire collapsed in a storm around 1500 The west tower fell around 1550 As a result of these two collapses less than half of the original building stands today The abbey was closed at the Dissolution of the Monasteries in

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    from keeping sheep for the wool trade Monastic life for the 31 monks came to an end in November 1540 when the abbey was surrendered to Henry VIII as part of the dissolution of the monasteries Although a few buildings were cleared to ground level most were left standing and used for agricultural purposes This is perhaps why Kirkstall is now the most complete set of Cistercian ruins in Britain

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    wealth from keeping sheep for the wool trade Monastic life for the 31 monks came to an end in November 1540 when the abbey was surrendered to Henry VIII as part of the dissolution of the monasteries Although a few buildings were cleared to ground level most were left standing and used for agricultural purposes This is perhaps why Kirkstall is now the most complete set of Cistercian ruins in

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    images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites The ruins of Rievaulx Abbey looking towards the chancel of the 13th century monastery church Rievaulx Abbey was once one of the foremost Cistercian monasteries in Britain and was founded in a remote valley in the Yorkshire Wolds After the dissolution the site was granted to the Earl of Rutland along with the Helmsley estates This site is

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    to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A drawing reconstructing monks worshipping in the 13th century church of the Cistercian monastery in the Yorkshire Wolds Cistercian monks followed the rule of St Benedict They founded a monastery near Rievaulx in the 1130s After the dissolution the site was granted to the Earl of Rutland along with the Helmsley estates This site is

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    Favourites St Mary of Furness was founded in 1123 by Stephen who became King of England By Tudor times it was the second richest Cistercian house in England It was dissolved in 1537 after some of the monks became involved in the Pilgrimage of Grace In 1539 the abbey and its land was granted to Henry VIII s first minister Thomas Cromwell This view is taken from the nave showing

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    Add to My Favourites Castle Acre Priory was a Cluniac monastery founded in 1090 The surviving remains include the early 12th century church the prior s house and a porch which originally formed the main entrance to the cloister The priory was dissolved by King Henry VIII in 1537 and granted to Thomas Howard Duke of Norfolk By 1558 the buildings were being demolished The prior s lodgings were retained

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    view of the remains of Thornton Abbey Humberside A priory for Augustinian canons was established here in 1139 and it became an abbey in 1148 It was largely rebuilt during the 13th and 14th centuries It was dissolved in December 1539 The abbot had been involved in the Pilgrimage of Grace it is not clear what happened to him The abbey was finally closed in 1547 The gatehouse remains but

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