The cartulary of the northern French abbey of Prémontré was produced in the mid-thirteenth century, and preserves acts dating mostly from 1120s-1230s, with some later additions. Although the abbey of Prémontré was the motherhouse of a prominent monastic order, and despite the relative abundance of its documentary record, that sourcebase has been comparatively little studied. In this article, we discuss the process of undertaking the first full edition of this manuscript, some preliminary findings, and the scope that new digital technologies might afford in future prosopographical studies of the cartulary.
Seale, Yvonne and Wacha, Heather
"The Cartulary of Prémontré: People, Places, and Networks from Medieval to Digital,"
Medieval People: Vol. 36:
1, Article 15.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/medpros/vol36/iss1/15