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Violante do Céu, Sóror, 1601-1693

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LC classificationPQ9253.V6
Personal name headingViolante do Céu, Sóror, 1601-1693
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Variant(s)Ceo, Violante do, 1601-1693
Céu, Violante do, 1601-1693
Cielo, Violante del, 1601-1693
Del Cielo, Violante, 1601-1693
Do Céu, Violante, 1601-1693
Violante del Cielo, Soror, 1601-1693
Birth date1601-05-30
Death date1693-01-28
Place of birthLisbon (Portugal)
Place of deathLisbon (Portugal)
Profession or occupationPoets Nuns
Found inRimas várias, 1994: t.p. (Violante do Céu) cover (Sóror Violante do Céu) p. 7 (madre soror Violante del Cielo)
PREMARC file, 11/13/95 (hdg.: Violante do Ceo, sor, 1601-1693; usage: not shown)
RLIN 11/13/95 (hdg.: Violante do Ceo, sister, 1601-1693)
Grande Ency. Portuguesa e Brasileira (Céu, Soror Violante do, 17th cent. Portuguese poet, b. Lisbon 1601; d. 1693)
Escritoras doutros tempos, 1914: t.p. (Violante do Ceo) p. xii (b. in Lisbon, 05/30/1602; d. 01/28/1693 at 91 yrs. old)
Wikipedia, 30 January 2017 (Sor Violante do Céu or do Ceo (or in Spanish Violante del Cielo) was a celebrated female poet from the Iberian peninsula. While the year of her birth is under much debate, Violante do Céu ("of Heaven" in Portuguese), was born in Lisbon, Portugal on May 30, 1601 or 1607 to Manoel da Sylveira Montesino(s) and Helena da França de Ávila; She entered the convent of Nossa Senhora da Rosa da Ordem do Grande Patriarca Santo Domingos on August 29, 1630 and lived and worked there until her death on January 28, 1693)
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