consuetudinary


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The native consuetudinary differs from Cluniac ones in emphasizing the mutual contribution of clerics and lay power in the governance of the kingdom, and in promoting the king as protector of monasteries, in contrast to the independence from secular power sought by St.
The Regularis Concordia Anglicae Nationis Monachorum Sanctimonialiumque was the consuetudinary promoted by archbishop Dunstan and bisho p AEthelwold and sanctioned by the Anglo-Saxon abbots and abbesses at the Council of Winchester (c.