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- Early Church Fathers - Post Nicene Fathers II - Volume 10 - Ambrose: Selected Works and Letters (The Early Church Fathers-Post Nicene II).
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The abbey soon assumed immense economic significance throughout the whole region. In it bought the town of Luckenwalde and eleven surrounding villages. The monks left a famous psalter , the psalterium novum beatae Mariae , printed in the s, today on display at the Brandenburg State Library in Potsdam.
The area however remained a remote eastern exclave of the Magdeburg archdiocese, pressed by the neighbouring Margraves of Brandenburg and the Dukes of Saxe-Wittenberg. After a lengthy period of decline, monastic life in the abbey came to an end in with the Protestant Reformation.
Following the Peace of Westphalia , the Magdeburg territories had finally been secularized in as the Duchy of Magdeburg and been given to Brandenburg-Prussia. In , in an effort to bring economic revival to the area, King Frederick II of Prussia established a new village for weavers descending from Upper Lusatia at the site on which some of the monastic buildings had remained. The success of the economic efforts was quite modest, but there is still a statue to Frederick II erected in celebration of the centenary jubilee in and re-erected in Of the monastic complex there still remain the abbey church, the brewhouse and the customs house, as well as some fragments of the cloisters and the guesthouse.
Of the former pilgrimage site on the nearby Golmberg, however, there remains only a cross.