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Members of a religious brotherhood who are devoted to a discipline prescribed by their order. Monks often take vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. Performance of religious duties and contemplation are traditional priorities. Monks typically live apart from society in communal monasteries but some live alone (hermits or anchorites).

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kuvaus Members of a religious brotherhood who are devoted to a discipline prescribed by their order. Monks often take vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. Performance of religious duties and contemplation are traditional priorities. Monks typically live apart from society in communal monasteries but some live alone (hermits or anchorites).
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liittyy Amand(us) of Maastricht; possible attributes: snake, Andrew Corsini, Carmelite friar and bishop of Fiesole; possible attributes: aspergillum, lamb, sword, wolf, Antoninus Pierozzi, Dominican friar and archbishop of Florence; possible attributes: book, scales, Benedict gives St. Romuald and his friars the Rules of the Order, Bernardino of Siena, Franciscan friar; possible attributes: book, tablet (disk) with IHS monogram, three mitres at his feet, Bonaventura, cardinal bishop of Albano and Minister General of the Franciscan Order; possible attributes: book, cardinal's hat (sometimes hanging from a tree), crucifix (sometimes flowering), Dominic(us) Guzman of Calerueja, founder of the Order of Preachers (or Dominican (Black) Friars; possible attributes: book, dog with flaming torch, lily, loaf of bread, rosary, star, Emerentia consults the Carmelite friars, Francis Borgia, Jesuit priest and duke of Gandia; possible attributes: book, ducal hat, monstrance, skull with crown, Hugh (Hugo), bishop of Grenoble (often dressed as Carthusian); possible attributes: seven stars, John Gualberto, the Benedictine monk, founder of the Order of Vallombrosa; possible attributes: book, crucifix, devil (or heretic) under foot, T-shaped staff, John of God of Granada, the founder of the order of the Brothers Hospitallers; possible attributes: beggars, child, collecting-box, crown of thorns, crucifix, pomegranate (with cross), sick people, Martyrs of Gorkum, Martyrs of Japan, St. Augustine seated at his desk, dispensing the Rule of his Order, handing it over to the monks and nuns, St. Benedict restores a monk to life, St. Bernard of Clairvaux teaching amidst his monks, St. Gregory the Great releasing the soul of the monk Justus from purgatory; angels carry the monk's soul to heaven, St. John Gualberto present at the ordeal by fire of a monk of his Order to prove the truth of John's accusations about the simony of the archbishop of Florence, St. Romuald dreams of a ladder ascending to heaven; monks of his order, clad in white, ascend the ladder, at supper St. Dominic and some friars are served with bread by two angels, death of St. Benedict: standing (sometimes before the open tomb of St. Scholastica), supported by monks or angels, deathbed of St. Bruno: he is surrounded by monks, deathbed of St. Francis of Assisi: he is surrounded by friars who worship the stigmata, deathbed of St. Philip Benizzi: Servite friars surround him, and a child is miraculously raised from the dead, envious monks of Vicovaro try to poison St. Benedict, five Franciscan friars (Accursius, Adiutus, Benardus, Otto, and Petrus) are martyred by a sultan, who splits their skulls with a scimitar and beheads them, founder of the Order of Friars Minor (Franciscans), Francis(cus) of Assisi; possible attributes: book, crucifix, lily, skull, stigmata, legend of the monk Theophilus, who sold his soul to the devil (Mary-legend), monk(s), friar(s), monks saving the remnants of John the Baptist, monks ~ Eastern, Greek and Russian orthodox churches, munkit ja nunnat, munkkijärjestöt, near Nagasaki in Japan, twenty-six Franciscan and/or Jesuit friars are crucified and pierced with lances, nineteen friars of different orders are taken prisoner and hanged by 'Watergeuzen' (Beggars of the Sea) after the capture of Gorkum (in Holland), nunnat, prior general of the Order of the Servites, Philip Benizzi of Florence; possible attributes: book, cross, lily, tiara at his feet, recovery of the head of John the Baptist in the church of Hebdomon by two monks, representants of the Church (Christians in general, laymen, monks, etc.) in strife with each other or with opponents, the Augustinian friar Thomas of Villanueva, archbishop of Valencia; possible attributes: beggars, cripples, purse, the Benedictine monk Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury; possible attributes: book, pen, ship, the Benedictine monk Romuald of Camaldoli (or Ravenna), founder of the Camaldolese Order; possible attributes: book, T-shaped staff, the Benedictine monk and duke of Aquitaine, William (of Gellone); possible attributes: armour, banner, helmet, the Capuchin friar Felix of Cantalice; possible attributes: infant Christ, lily, rosary, (beggar's) wallet, the Carmelite friar Simon Stock; possible attributes: scapular, the Carmelite friar and mystic John of the Cross; possible attributes: book, chains, cross, crucifix, eagle, lily, pen, the Carthusian monk and bishop of Lincoln, Hugh (Hugo); possible attributes: cup with infant Christ, swan, the Dominican friar Hyacinth(us) of Poland; possible attributes: book, lily, monstrance (or ciborium), statue of the Virgin, the Dominican friar Peter Martyr of Verona; possible attributes: crucifix, finger at lips, palm, sword (axe or knife) in skull (or breast), wound in head, the Dominican friar Vincent Ferrer of Valencia (or Vannes); possible attributes: book, baptismal font, cardinal's hat at feet, flames, flaming sword, IHS monogram, lily, sun, trumpet of the Last Judgement, the Dominican friar and bishop of Ratisbon Albert the Great (Albertus Magnus); possible attributes: book, doctor's cap, pen, the Dominican friar and founder of the Mercedarians, Raymund of Pennafort; possible attributes: crucifix, key, lily, the Dominican theologian, 'Angelic Doctor' Thomas of Aquino; possible attributes: book, (chain with) sun, dove, girdle of chastity, lily, model of church, monstrance (or chalice), mitre (under feet), star (on breast), the Franciscan and Capuchin friar and martyr, Fidelis of Sigmaringen; possible attributes: sword, palm-branch, club, the Franciscan friar Di(a)dacus of Alcala; possible attributes: cooking-pot, cross, flowers, keys, the Franciscan monk Antony of Padua; possible attributes: ass, book, crucifix, flowered cross, flaming heart, infant Christ (on book), lily, the Franciscan monk Peter of Alcantara; possible attributes: book, crucifix, discipline, dove, pen and ink, skull, the Jesuit friar Aloysius Gonzaga; possible attributes: crucifix, discipline, lily, skull, the Jesuit missionary Francis Xavier; possible attributes: cross, crucifix, flaming heart, Indian, lily, torch, the Jesuit priest Peter Canisius; possible attributes: book, crucifix, IHS monogram, pen, skull, the Praemonstratense friar Herman Joseph of Steinfeld; possible attributes of St. Herman Joseph: book, branch of roses, cup (with roses), infant Christ, key, knife, the Virgin Mary, St. Mary Magdalene and St. Catherine of Alexandria appear to a Dominican monk of Soriano; they present him with a full length portrait of St. Dominic holding a lily and a book, the co-founder of the Mercedarians, Peter Nolasco; possible attributes: badge (or banner) with the arms of Aragon, captives, broken chains, double cross, olive-branch, the founder of the Congregation of the Oratory (Oratorians) Philip Neri; possible attributes: lily, rosary, the founder of the Jesuit Order, Ignatius of Loyola; possible attributes: book (with 'ad majorem Dei gloriam'), demon, dragon under feet, flames, flaming heart, globe, IHS monogram, skull (with crown), tears in eyes, torch, the founder of the Order of the Carthusians, Bruno; possible attributes: cross, finger at lips, lily, mitre at his feet, olive-branch, ray of light, skull, (seven) star(s), the founder of the Order of the Trinity, John of Matha; possible attributes: (broken) chains, prisoners, the founder of the Praemonstratensians, and archbishop of Magdeburg, Norbert; possible attributes: chalice (with spider), devil under feet, monstrance, the heretic Tankelin, the hermit and founder of the (Franciscan) Minim Friars, Francis of Paola; possible attributes: inscription 'Charitas' on breast, discipline, skull, staff, the meal of the seven first Carthusian monks: St. Hugh of Grenoble transforms the roasted birds into tortoises, the monk and bishop Gregory of Nazianzus, also called the Theologian; possible attributes: book, scroll, the vision of the friar of Brescia, who sees two ladders descending from heaven held by the Virgin Mary and Christ, to let the soul of St. Dominic ascend, the vision of the seven stars: they announce to St. Hugh of Grenoble the arrival of St. Bruno the Carthusian and his six companions
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