Clairvaux (CLARAVALLIS), the name of a celebrated Cistercian abbey, in a valley of the Department Aube, in France. Bernard became its abbot in 1115, and the monastery was the model of monasticism in the 12th and 13th centuries. — Neander, Ch. History, 4, 254. SEE BERNARD; SEE CISTERCIANS.

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