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66 This argument ex silentio must remain hypothetical and is perhaps contradicted by the esteem in which Gozelo’s son, Godfrey the Bearded, was held at St-Vanne: as we have seen, he and his step-daughter Matilda were remembered in the second tier of the most celebrated patrons of the abbey. The close relationship between the abbey and the comital house of Verdun may explain the most important process affecting St-Vanne in the second half of the eleventh century: on the one hand its gradual estrangement from the influence of the bishops of Verdun, and the ‘imperial church system’ in general (no imperial diploma for St-Vanne survives after that of Conrad II in 1031); on the other hand its growing attachment to the reform papacy, culminating in exile suffered for the cause of Pope Gregory VII in 1085.

See below, note 71. 20 Egon Boshof, ‘Kloster und Bischof in Lotharingien’, Monastische Reformen im 9. und 10. Jahrhundert (Vorträge und Forschungen, 39: Sigmaringen, 1989), p. 209. 21 Vita Iohannis Gorziensis abbatis, c. 12, ed. H. Pertz, MGH SS, 4, 340/27. 22 Cf. a. 934, ed. H. Pertz, MGH SS, 3, 382/32–3: Religio regulae monachorum in quibusdam monasteriis per regnum Lothariense reparatur. 23 Pater monachorum: Stepelini miracula sancti Trudonis, c. 2, ed. O. 3, ed. H. Pertz, MGH SS, 4, 465/24.

XII, p. 397: ... , no. XIII, p. 399 = JL 30 The Chronicle of Hugh of Flavigny Otto’s diploma of 952 and John XII’s bull of 956 – nothing is said about the freedom or otherwise of abbatial elections: the libertas monasticae religionis. In practical terms, the rights reserved to the bishop of Verdun were analogous to those of a secular founder of a monastery. St-Vanne, even more so than reformed monasteries like Gorze and St-Evre, was an episcopal Eigenkloster. The proprietary character of the monastery of St-Vanne, and its dependence on the tuitio of the bishop of Verdun in the first century after its foundation, is reflected in the various imperial documents that confirmed the abbey in its possessions.

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