Mellifont

Some articles on mellifont:

Tullyallen
... It is located in the historical Boyne Valley, in the Catholic parish of Mellifont (named after the nearby Mellifont Abbey) it is also close to Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth burial mounds ... The school crest depicts Mellifont Abbey, the Salmon of Knowledge,a quill writing in a book and the Boyne cable bridge ...
Mellifont Abbey - The Abbey Since Closure
... In 1603 the Treaty of Mellifont was agreed between the English Crown and Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone in the abbey grounds ... William of Orange used Mellifont Abbey House as his headquarters during the Battle of the Boyne in 1690 ... Mellifont Abbey is now a ruin ...
Boyle Abbey - History
... The first Cistercian Abbey was founded at Mellifont, Co ... to found an abbey in Moylurg as a daughter house of Mellifont and they did try to find a suitable place. 1258.) Their initial success was phenomenal, as Mellifont sent out its monks to found one daughter house after another within a decade of its foundation ...
Cistercians - History - High and Late Middle Ages - Decline and Attempted Reforms
... Mellifontis, a "rebellion" by the abbeys of the Mellifont filiation ... Visitors were appointed to reform Mellifont in its head and members on account of the multa enormia that had arisen there, but in 1217 the abbot refused their admission and barred the abbey gate with a ... threatened, his representatives attacked and his party harassed, while the three key houses of Mellifont, Suir and Maigue had been fortified by their monks to hold out ...
Áed Ua H Oissín - Archbishop of Tuam
... a Cistercian colleague of the Pope, who became the first Abbot of Mellifont, Bishop of Lismore and the next papal legate ... settlement before convening the Synod of Kells at Kells and subsequently near Drogheda at Mellifont ... at Kells, but received his pallium as Archbishop later at Mellifont on Palm Sunday ...