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Title: The eventful history of the Royal Monastery of Santa Maria Reina de Sigena
Authors: Treviño Martínez, Rafael
Cassar, George
Keywords: Knights of Malta -- History
Order of St John -- History
Monasteries -- Spain -- Huesca -- History
Huesca (Spain) -- History
Huesca (Spain) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Church architecture -- Spain -- Huesca
Santa María Reina de Sigena (Monastery : Huesca, Spain)
Architecture, Medieval -- Spain -- Huesca
Huesca (Spain) -- Church history
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Sacra Militia Foundation
Citation: Cassar, G., & Trevino Martinez, R. (2018). The eventful history of the Royal Monastery of Santa Maria Reina de Sigena. Sacra Militia, (17), 3-32.
Abstract: The history of the Real Monasterio de Santa María Reina de Sigena (Huesca), one of the most important nun monasteries of the Order of St John, is a curious case. Acknowledged in Spanish historiography as an important political, religious and artistic centre of the medieval kingdom of Aragón, along the centuries it has experienced decay, pillaging and burning, being reduced to a state of near destruction.
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