By Margaret Deanesly
A vintage historical past of the church from the accession of Gregory the nice to the Reformation.
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He must share in the agricultural and domestic work of the community, and to do this he could not have been strictly, in the modern sense, “enclosed;” but he passed most of his life within his monastery, within whose gates strangers, except those seeking succour or hospitality, were forbidden to enter. The monastery must, in most cases, have been just the Italian dwelling house of the time, whose colonnaded open court, or peristyle, became the typical monastic cloister. Here, in the open air, the monk worked, read, or learned the psalms of the divine office by heart; in one of the halls he dined with his fellows, in another he slept with them.
They were kept as representing the Canterbury tradition about various important matters. One answer dealt with the degrees of propinquity within which marriage was prohibited and reckoned generations in the manner of the Germanic nations, not in the normal canonical manner which Gregory would certainly have used. One answer, and that of pope Gregory himself, dealt with he life of the bishop’s familia at Christchurch, young clerks in minor orders being permitted to marry if they so desired. This clause shows that Augustine was not seeking to establish a monastery of contemplative monks at Christchurch, but to train a native clergy in a familia of the normal contemporary fashion.
The education consisted normally of Latin, singing and the computus, (for reckoning the date of Easter). The higher branches of knowledge, the seven liberal arts, were not usually taught before the Carolingian renaissance. Though bishops continued, between 600 and 750, to teach their young clerks themselves, this most important duty began SECULAR AND MONASTIC CLERGY 31 to devolve on the senior presbyter of their familia. In large and well organised familiae before the barbarian invasions, the senior presbyter had been termed the archipresbyter, as the senior deacon had been termed the archidiaconus.
A History of the Medieval Church: 590-1500 by Margaret Deanesly