Abbot of Cluny

The Abbot of Cluny was the head of the powerful monastery of Cluny Abbey in medieval France. The following is a list.

List of abbots

References

[http://www.uni-muenster.de/Fruehmittelalter/Projekte/Cluny/abbates_cluny.htm Catalogus abbatum Cluniacensium]


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