The Abbey of Saint Meen (French: Abbaye Saint-Jean de Gaël and later Abbaye de Saint-Méen) is an abbey in Saint-Méen-le-Grand in Brittany. It was founded in the 6th century by Saint Meven (Méen), after whom it was eventually named.The original foundation had fallen into disuse by the end of the eighth century. Hélocar, bishop of Alet, refounded it in 818. It was destroyed by Vikings in 919. About a century later, it was reconstructed as a Benedictine monastery.

PropertyValue
dbpedia-owl:abstract
  • The Abbey of Saint Meen (French: Abbaye Saint-Jean de Gaël and later Abbaye de Saint-Méen) is an abbey in Saint-Méen-le-Grand in Brittany. It was founded in the 6th century by Saint Meven (Méen), after whom it was eventually named.The original foundation had fallen into disuse by the end of the eighth century. Hélocar, bishop of Alet, refounded it in 818. It was destroyed by Vikings in 919. About a century later, it was reconstructed as a Benedictine monastery. It briefly housed the remains of Saint Petroc after a thief gave them to the abbey. In the seventeenth century it passed through the hands of Maurists, Oratorians and Lazarists.
dbpedia-owl:city
dbpedia-owl:department
dbpedia-owl:region
dbpedia-owl:type
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageID
  • 5850243 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageLength
  • 6899 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageOutDegree
  • 81 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageRevisionID
  • 111041832 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageWikiLink
prop-fr:contenu
  • Abbés réguliers === Méen 600 + 617 Caroth ---/--- Haelocar évêque de Saint-Malo(Aleth) 816 ---/--- Hinguethen Abbé de saint-Jacut 1008 Robert Ier Eon Judicaël Ier Bellandus Briant 1092 Guillaume Ier 1101 1116 Joston 1150 1163 Robert II 1163 1184 Rolland 1192 Pierre Ier 1206 Robert III 1220 Barthélemy 1240 Raoul de l’Age 1260 Judicaël II 1270 1297 Olivier de Saint-Malon 1314 1330 Jacques Payen 1330 1343 Guillaume II 1344 1369 Alain le Roux 1369 1374 Guillaume III le Roux 1374 1400 Guillaume III Servot 1400 1431 Olivier II Servot 1431 1441 Abbés commendataires=== Robert IV de Coëtlogon 1443 1492 Pierre II de Laval archevêque de Reins 1493 1493 Robert V Guibé évêque de Nantes 1493 1513 François Hamon évêque de Nantes 1513 1532 René du Bellay évêque du Mans 1532 1533 Jean Juvénal des Ursins 1539 1543 Jacques Héluis évêque de Langres 1547 1565 Gilles Hamon 1567 Charles de Bourbon archevêque de Rouen 1567 1573 Pierre III de Ragane évêque de Roanne 1579 1585 Jean II Héluis aumônier du roi 1585 1588 Jean III Picault 1588 1592 Jean IV d’Espinay 1592 1604 Pierre III Cornullier 1602 1639 Achille de Harlay de Sancy évêque de Saint-Malo 1639 1646 Ferdinand de Neufville de Villeroy évêque de Saint-Malo 1646 1675 Charles Ferdinand de Champlais 1675 1698 Antoine Fagon évêque de Vannes 1698 1742 Gilbert de Chabannes 1742 1745 Jean François de Guersans 1745 1764 Claude de Mostuéjuis 1764 1765 Charles de Vendômois de Saint-Aubin 1765 1771 René-Sébastien des Cognets de Correc 1771- 1790.
prop-fr:département
prop-fr:géolocalisation
  • Ille-et-Vilaine/France
prop-fr:lienRégion
prop-fr:lienSubdivision
prop-fr:nommonument
  • Abbaye de Saint-Méen
prop-fr:région
prop-fr:titre
  • Abbaye de Saint-Méen
prop-fr:type
prop-fr:ville
prop-fr:wikiPageUsesTemplate
dcterms:subject
rdf:type
rdfs:comment
  • The Abbey of Saint Meen (French: Abbaye Saint-Jean de Gaël and later Abbaye de Saint-Méen) is an abbey in Saint-Méen-le-Grand in Brittany. It was founded in the 6th century by Saint Meven (Méen), after whom it was eventually named.The original foundation had fallen into disuse by the end of the eighth century. Hélocar, bishop of Alet, refounded it in 818. It was destroyed by Vikings in 919. About a century later, it was reconstructed as a Benedictine monastery.
rdfs:label
  • Abbaye de Saint-Méen
  • Abbey of St Meen
owl:sameAs
http://www.w3.org/ns/prov#wasDerivedFrom
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
foaf:name
  • Abbaye de Saint-Méen
is dbpedia-owl:category of
is dbpedia-owl:wikiPageWikiLink of
is prop-fr:nom of
is foaf:primaryTopic of