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Abbot Tiron Collection

"Abbot Tiron: A Glimpse into the World of Religious Orders" Step back in time and explore the fascinating world of religious orders through the eyes of Abbot Tiron

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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Knights Templar in house habit, Templier en habit de maison
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Knights Templar in battle costume, Templier en costume de guerre
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Order of Calatrava, a Spanish military order, Chevalier de l Ordre de Calatrava
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Trappist monk reading a Bible, Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance, Trappiste
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Congregation of the Daughters Hospitallers of St. Joseph, Hospitaliere de la Fleche
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Sister of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, Soeur de la Charite de Saint-Vincent
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the Order of Feuillants, a Cistercian order, Religieux Feuillant
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Priest of the Clerics Regular Minor, or the Adorno Fathers, Clerc Mineur
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the Alexians, Alexian Brothers or Cellites. Handcoloured woodblock engraving by M after an
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Hospitaller monk of the church of Saint-Jacques-du-Haut-Pas, Paris
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Knights Templar in battle costume, Templier en costume de guerre
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Order of the Holy Spirit in ceremonial robes, French order of chivalry
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight in ceremonial robes of the Order of Saint Stephen, a Hungarian order of chivalry
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the order of Poor Volunteers with crucifix and basket, Pauvre volontaire en Flandre
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Sister of the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, Fille du Bon Pasteur
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Benedictine order of Perpetual Adoration of the Eucharist
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy, Religieuse de Notre-Dame de la
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Canonesses of St. Augustine of the Congregation of Our Lady
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Priest of the Piarists, or Order of Poor Clerics Regular of the Mother of God of the Pious Schools
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the Order of Bethlehemite friars, Bethleemites. Handcoloured woodblock engraving after an
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Order of the Visitation of Holy Mary in Flandres. Visitandine en Flandre
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Order of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Religieuse Annonciade
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the Societe du Bon Jesus with crucifix. Religieux de la Societe du Bon Jesus
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Hospitaler of the Order of the Holy Ghost, Hospitallers of the Holy Spirit, Roman Catholic order
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the Order of Aubrac, a hospitaller and military order, Religieux d Aubrac
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Knights Hospitaller of the monastery in Toulouse, Order of Knights of the Hospital of
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Sister of the Congregation of France, or Genovefain, founded at the Abbey of Saint Genevieve
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Priest of the Congregation of France, or Genovefain, founded at the Abbey of Saint Genevieve
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the Maurists, Congregation of St. Maur, Benedictine brotherhood
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Priest of the Camillians or Clerics Regular, Ministers to the Sick
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Priest of the Barnabites, or Clerics Regular of St. Paul. Handcoloured woodblock engraving by
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Priest of the Congregation of the Oratory, France, Pretre de l Oratoire en France Handcoloured
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the Order of Saint Ambrose or Ambrosians in habit with hood
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller, Order of Malta, Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Grand Cross of the Knights Hospitaller, Order of Malta, Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Priest of the Congregation of the Oratory, Italy, Pretre de l Oratoire en Italie
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Monk of the Somascan Fathers, Somaschi Fathers, Religieux Somasque
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Missionary of the Society of Jesus in China. Jesuite Missionnaire a la Chine
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Fransiscan nun of Saint Elisabeth of Hungary. Franciscaine de Sainte Elisabeth
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Order of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament in ceremonial robes
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the Order of the Visitation of Holy Mary. Religieuse de la Visitation de Sainte-Marie
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Military Order of Aviz, a Portuguese monastic military order
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Order of Alcantara, Knights of St. Julian, a Spanish miliary order
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Order of Santiago, Order of St. James of the Sword, Spanish military order
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Knight of the Knights Hospitaller in cape, Order of Malta, Order of Knights of the Hospital of
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Nun of the order of Feuillantines, Congregation of Our Lady of the Feuillants, Cistercian
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Abbot Tiron Collection: Priest of the Christian Doctrine Fathers, or Doctrinaries, Les pretres de la doctrine chretienne


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"Abbot Tiron: A Glimpse into the World of Religious Orders" Step back in time and explore the fascinating world of religious orders through the eyes of Abbot Tiron. With his detailed illustrations, Jacques Charles Bar brings to life the diverse costumes and habits worn by knights, monks, nuns, and priests. In one captivating image, we see a Knight of the Knights Templar donning their house habit. The hand-colored woodblock engraving beautifully captures their noble presence as they stand tall in their distinctive attire. Another illustration showcases a Knight of the Order of Calatrava, representing Spanish military prowess with pride. Turning our attention to monastic life, we encounter a Trappist monk engrossed in reading a Bible. This member of the Order of Cistercians strictly observes their spiritual duties while seeking enlightenment through scripture. The Daughters Hospitallers of St. Joseph are depicted as devoted nuns caring for those in need. Their compassion shines through as they fulfill their mission to provide comfort and healing to all who seek it. Sisters from the Daughters of Charity order also grace these pages, exemplifying Saint Vincent de Paul's teachings on selfless service. These dedicated women embody love and kindness as they tend to society's most vulnerable members. For those interested in Cistercian practices outside traditional monasteries, an illustration portrays a Monk from the Order of Feuillants. Known for their strict adherence to simplicity and contemplation, these monks find solace within nature's embrace. Delving further into religious diversity is an engraving depicting a Priest belonging to Clerics Regular Minor or Adorno Fathers order. Their commitment to serving God is evident as they carry out sacred rituals with reverence and devotion. The Alexian Brothers or Cellites are showcased next—a group dedicated to providing care for those suffering from illness or disability. Through this depiction, we witness how faith and compassion intertwine to bring comfort to the afflicted.