Robertsbridge Abbey was a Cistercian abbey in Robertsbridge, East Sussex, England. It was founded in 1176 by Alured and Alicia de St Martin. Due to its position, the Abbey lands suffered continually from the effects of the sea and it was never rich or prominent. The abbey was eventually forcibly surrendered in 1538 by the abbot Thomas Taylor, and dissolved as part of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. There were then eight monks. The property afterwards passed to Sir William Sydney.

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  • Robertsbridge Abbey (Pons Roberti) ist eine ehemalige Zisterziensermönchsabtei in Robertsbridge rund 16 km nördlich von Hastings in East Sussex in England. (de)
  • L’abbaye de Robertsbridge est une ancienne abbaye cistercienne située dans la paroisse civile de (en) (dans le comté du Sussex de l'Est), en Angleterre. Comme la plupart des abbayes britanniques, elle a été fermée par Henry VIII à la fin de la campagne de dissolution des monastères. (fr)
  • Robertsbridge Abbey was a Cistercian abbey in Robertsbridge, East Sussex, England. It was founded in 1176 by Alured and Alicia de St Martin. Due to its position, the Abbey lands suffered continually from the effects of the sea and it was never rich or prominent. The abbey was eventually forcibly surrendered in 1538 by the abbot Thomas Taylor, and dissolved as part of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. There were then eight monks. The property afterwards passed to Sir William Sydney. The main surviving part of the Abbey is the Abbot's house, built circa 1250, formerly a farmhouse but now part of a private residence. The building is mainly of stone rubble with some red brick and brick buttresses at the back, weather-boarded at the gable end with a steeply-pitched tiled roof. Beneath the building is a crypt. The house is a grade I listed building. In the garden of the house are the ruins of a rectangular building of stone rubble which was part of the Frater which are separately grade II* listed. (en)
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  • Robertsbridge Abbey (Pons Roberti) ist eine ehemalige Zisterziensermönchsabtei in Robertsbridge rund 16 km nördlich von Hastings in East Sussex in England. (de)
  • L’abbaye de Robertsbridge est une ancienne abbaye cistercienne située dans la paroisse civile de (en) (dans le comté du Sussex de l'Est), en Angleterre. Comme la plupart des abbayes britanniques, elle a été fermée par Henry VIII à la fin de la campagne de dissolution des monastères. (fr)
  • Robertsbridge Abbey was a Cistercian abbey in Robertsbridge, East Sussex, England. It was founded in 1176 by Alured and Alicia de St Martin. Due to its position, the Abbey lands suffered continually from the effects of the sea and it was never rich or prominent. The abbey was eventually forcibly surrendered in 1538 by the abbot Thomas Taylor, and dissolved as part of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. There were then eight monks. The property afterwards passed to Sir William Sydney. (en)
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  • Robertsbridge Abbey (de)
  • Robertsbridge Abbey (en)
  • Abbaye de Robertsbridge (fr)
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