The conclusions I wish to draw from analyzing the maps of Foigny’s friendship network fall into three categories. First, there is the spatial analysis which shows qualitative and quantitative differences in the support networks of lay and ecclesiastical institutions. Second, there is the relational analysis. In this instance, it has proven most useful in analyzing changes in figures of prominence over time. Finally, there is the consideration of what the network map says about Foigny itself, and how characteristics of the network correspond to intellectual influences which may be seen in the monastery’s scholastic production.