Anuario de Estudios Medievales, Vol 44, No 1 (2014)

Timolin: un caso de estudio, el patrimonio de un monasterio en la Irlanda tardomedieval


https://doi.org/10.3989/aem.2014.44.1.02

Tracy Collins
University College Cork, Irlanda

Resumen


Es poco el trabajo arqueológico que se ha realizado en los monasterios de mujeres de la Irlanda tardomedieval en tanto que espacios de espiritualidad femenina. Esto se debe en parte al hecho de que generalmente se han conservado peor que los monasterios masculinos contemporáneos. Todavía más escasas son las investigaciones acerca de las propiedades monásticas masculinas o femeninas, de su topografía y de las redes que representan. La existencia de estas propiedades nos es conocida a través de fuentes documentales y sabemos que incluían gran variedad de tierras y de derechos y beneficios. A través del convento de Santa María de Timolin, Kildare, tomado como caso de estudio, este ensayo evalúa sus dominios y concluye que en su mayor parte, se trataba de un sólido conjunto de tierras situadas a poca distancia del propio monasterio. Basado en evidencias históricas, este estudio pretende resaltar el potencial de la investigación arqueológica y del trabajo de campo realizado sobre las explotaciones de Timolin y abrir perspectivas de futuro para el estudio en esta misma dirección de otros monasterios.

Palabras clave


monasterio femenino; dominio monástico; nombre de lugar; monumento arqueológico; townland; espiritualidades; temporalidades

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