Author: Timothy Salemme .
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|argument:||Monastery of San Vittore|
|series:||Studi di Storia del cristianesimo e delle chiese cristiane. Fonti e Documenti|
|pages:||XXXIII + 235|
(Cabiate, Cimnago, Farga).
Into The female Benedictine Monastery of San Vittore in Meda (MB), probably of Carolingian origin, located in the middle of the street that connected the towns of Como and Milan, during the Middle Ages was one of the richest and most powerful religious institutions the Lombardy region with massive landholdings in many places nearby.
The rich archive Monastery (more than 3,500 parchments dating between the tenth and fifteenth centuries) after the Napoleonic suppressions, has always remained on site as private property.
From this Archive issued the papers published in this work, limited to the twelfth century and chosen from among those on the location of Cabiate, Cimnago and Farga.