The Tudors : Key Terms

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Monastry
A monastery is the name given to the building or complex of buildings with both the domestic quarters and workplaces of monasteries ( either monks or nuns) and whether living in the communities or alone ( hermits)
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Monastic Orders
Monastic orders or religious orders lived slightly differently though they were still monks or nuns and lived in what could be called monasteries. Orders could be closed (have absolutely no contact with the outside world) or open such as the Franc
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Monastic orders or religious orders lived slightly differently though they were still monks or nuns and lived in what could be called monasteries. Orders could be closed (have absolutely no contact with the outside world) or open such as the Franc

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