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Elizabeth, of Hungary, Saint, 1207-1231

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Personal name headingElizabeth, of Hungary, Saint, 1207-1231
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Variant(s)Arpádházi Szent Erzsébet, 1207-1231
Elisabeth, de Hongrie, Saint, 1207-1231
Elisabeth, Landgravine of Thuringia, Saint, 1207-1231
Elisabeth, of Hungary, Saint, 1207-1231
Elisabeth, of Thuringia, Saint, 1207-1231
Elisabeth, Sancta, 1207-1231
Elisabeth, von Thüringen, 1207-1231
Elisabetta d'Ungheria, Saint, 1207-1231
Elizabeth, of Thuringia, Saint, 1207-1231
Elizabeth, Saint, 1207-1231
Elżbieta, Święta, 1207-1231
Ersebeth, Zent, 1207-1231
Erszébet, Magyarországi, Szent, 1207-1231
Isabel, de la Casa de los Arpád, Saint, 1207-1231
Birth date1207
Death date1231-11-17
Place of birthSárospatak (Hungary)
Place of deathMarburg (Germany)
AffiliationSecular Franciscan Order
Found inCabrera Ypiña de Corsi, M. Santa Isabel de Hungría, 1983: title page (Santa Isabel de Hungría, Elizabeth von Thuringen, Arpádházi Szent Ersébet, Santa Isabel de la Casa de los Arpád)
Elisabeth von Thüringen, c1993.
Legendam Sanctae Elisabeth ... 1857: engraved title page (Zent Ersebeth) p. 29 (Magyarorszaági Szent Erzsébet)
Elisabeth de Hongrie, c2005.
Źródła duchowości Europy, 2008: title page (Święta Elżbieta) page 437 (Saint Elizabeth)
Una eroina del secolo XII al terziari Francescani ossia vita di S. Elisabetta Regina d'Ungheria, 1881: title page (Sac. Salvatore di Pietro) page 2 (Elisabetta; born in 1207; died in 1231)
Italian Wikipedia, viewed on October 19, 2016: Elisabetta d'Ungheria (Elizabeth of Hungary or Thuringia; born in Sárospatak in 1207; died in Maribor on 17 November 1231; Hungarian princess; by virtue of her marriage to Louis IV; entered the Third Franciscan Order after she was widowed and devoted her life to various works of charity; proclaimed a saint by Pope Gregory IX in 1235)