(Camaldolites; Camaldulians; Camaldulensians). Strict monastic order, originally eremitic, later partly cenobitic, founded by Romuald (ca. 952 to 1027) ca. 1012 at Camaldoli, near Arezzo, Italy. See also Counter Reformation, 6; Hermits.
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