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Question 1: The ________ order takes its name from this mother house of Cîteaux, earlier Cisteaux, near Nuits-Saint-Georges.
TrappistsCatholic religious orderCisterciansCarthusian

Question 2: The most known of them were Saint Robert of Molesme, who became the first ________, Saint Alberic, second abbot, and Saint Stephen Harding the third abbot who wrote the Carta Caritatis, that described the organisation of the order.
AbbotGlastonbury AbbeyWestminster AbbeyChristian monasticism

Question 3: The ________ would be buried there.
Duke of BurgundyCharles V, Holy Roman EmperorMary of BurgundyCharles the Bold

Question 4: Saint Bernard, a monk of Cîteaux Abbey, left it to found ________ in 1115, of which he was the first abbot.
Clairvaux AbbeyAubeBar-sur-AubeVille-sous-la-Ferté

Question 5: In 1244, King Louis IX of France (Saint Louis) and his mother ________ visited the abbey.
Blanche of CastileEleanor of AquitaineJoan the LameIsabelle of Hainaut

Question 6: In 1135 the ________ in Milan, Italy, was founded as a Cîteaux' filiation.
CisterciansSanta Maria presso San CelsoGiovanni Antonio AmadeoChiaravalle Abbey

Question 7: The abbey of Cîteaux was founded in 1098 by some benedictine monks of Molesme monastery, who wanted to follow more closely the ________.
Benedict of NursiaOrder of Saint BenedictChristian monasticismRule of Saint Benedict

Question 8: In 1791, during the ________, the abbey was seized and sold by the government.
National ConventionFrench DirectoryFrench RevolutionNational Constituent Assembly

Question 9: The abbey was badly hit by the ________.
Early Modern FranceEuropean wars of religionHistory of FranceFrench Wars of Religion

Question 10: Cîteaux Abbey (French: Abbaye de Cîteaux) is a Roman Catholic abbey located in Saint-Nicolas-lès-Cîteaux, south of ________, France.
DijonAuxonneBeauneNuits-Saint-Georges







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