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Rose, of Viterbo, Saint, approximately 1234-approximately 1252

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Personal name headingRose, of Viterbo, Saint, approximately 1234-approximately 1252
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Variant(s)Rosa, da Viterbo, Saint, approximately 1234-approximately 1252
Rosa, da Viterbo, Santa, approximately 1234-approximately 1252
Rosa of Viterbo, Saint, d. ca. 1252
Rose, of Viterbo, Saint, ca. 1234-ca. 1252
Rosa, van Viterbo, Saint, approximately 1234-approximately 1252
Rosalia, van Viterbo, Saint, approximately 1234-approximately 1252
Venerini, Rosa, Saint, approximately 1234-approximately 1252
Viterbo, Rose of, Saint, approximately 1234-approximately 1252
Other standard no.0000000387292976
Birth date1234~
Death date1252~
Place of birthViterbo (Italy)
Place of deathViterbo (Italy)
AffiliationThird Order Regular of St. Francis
Profession or occupationWomen mystics
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Found inChaugy, F. M. de. Life of S. Jane Frances de Chantal ... 1852.
Vacca, A. M. La menta e la Croce, c1982: t.p. (S. Rosa da Viterbo) p. 18 (b. ca. 1233-35; d. ca. 1251)
Santa Rosa da Viterbo, 1999: t.p. (Santa Rosa da Viterbo)
Vita di Santa Rosa vergine Viterbese, 1853: page 7 (Santa Rosa vergine Viterbese; probably born in 1234 or 1235) page 70 (died in March of 1252), viewed March 18, 2021 (Rosa van Viterbo; Rosalia van Viterbo; mystic)
Wikipedia, viewed on January 4, 2017: Rose of Viterbo, T.O.S.F. (born in Viterbo circa 1233; died in Viterbo March 6, 1251; spent her brief life as a recluse, who was outspoken in her support of the papacy; otherwise leading an unremarkable life, she later became known for her mystical gifts of foretelling the future and having miraculous powers; not yet 10 years old when the Blessed Virgin Mary is said to have instructed her to enter the Third Order of St. Francis and to preach penance in Viterbo; canonized in 1457 by Pope Callistus III)
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