Rule of the Master

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The Regula Magistri or Rule of the Master is an anonymous sixth-century collection of monastic precepts. While probably it was used extensively by St Benedict as source material for his own Rule of Saint Benedict, there is no historical record of it having ever been used by any particular monastic community.

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  • Knowles, David (1964). Great historical enterprises. Problems in monastic history. London; New York: Nelson. 
  • Corbett, Philip B. (1958). The Latin of the Regula Magistri : with particular reference to its colloquial aspects / a guide to the establishment of the text. Louvain: Universite catholique. 
  • Eberle, Luke (1977). The rule of the Master = Regula magistri (an english translation). Kalamazoo, Mich.: Cistercian Publications. 

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