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Elisabeth, of Schönau, Saint, approximately 1129-1164

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Personal name headingElisabeth, of Schönau, Saint, approximately 1129-1164
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Variant(s)Elizabeth, von Schönau, approximately 1129-1164
Elisabeth, de Schönau, approximately 1129-1164
Elizabeth, of Schönau, approximately 1129-1164
Elisabeth, of Schönau, Saint, 1129-1164
Birth date1129~
Death date1164-06-18
Place of birthGermany
Place of deathStrüth (Taunus, Germany)
AffiliationKloster Schönau (Strüth, Taunus, Germany)
Profession or occupationBenedictine nuns Superiors, Religious
Found inVisions, 2009: t.p. (Elisabeth de Schönau) p. 4 of cover (b. around 1129)
nuc86-35340: Her Die Visionen der Hl. Elisabeth ... 1884 (hdg. on IaU rept.: Elizabeth, of Schönau, Saint, 1129-1165; usage: Hl. Elisabeth ... von Schönau)
New Cath. Enc., c1967 (Elizabeth of Schonau, St.; d. Schönau (Hesse) June 18, 1164)
Catholic encyclopedia online, June 5, 2017 (St. Elizabeth of Schönau; born about 1129; d. 18 June, 1165; Feast 18 June; entered the double monastery of Schönau in Nassau at the age of twelve; received the Benedictine habit; made her profession in 1147; in 1157 was superioress of the nuns under the Abbot Hildelin; when her writings were published the name of saint was added; she was never formally canonized, but in 1584 her name was entered in the Roman Martyrology and has remained there)
Wikipedia, June 5, 2017 (Elisabeth of Schönau; Saint Elisabeth of Schönau; b. c. 1129, Germany; d. 18 June 1164, Schönau Abbey, Strüth, Germany; was a German Benedictine visionary; not canonized; because the population venerated Elisabeth as a saint, her bones were reburied between 1420 and 1430 in a special chapel)
Catholic Online, June 5, 2017 (St. Elizabeth of Schonau; b. 1129; d. 1165; Benedictine abbess who was a gifted mystic; had her first vision in 1152; was known for ecstasies, prophecies, and diabolical visitations; became abbess in 1157; her cult was never formalized, but she is listed as a saint in the Roman Martyrology; her brother, Ethbert, a Benedictine abbot, wrote her biography and recorded her visions in three books)
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