Matilda, Saint
Matilda, Saint
Matilda, Saint. Biography of the Queen of Germany, wife of Henry I (the Fowler). She died in 968
Matilda, Saint. Born Matilda von Hackeborn-Wippra, blood sister of the Abbess Gertrude von Hackeborn, monastic herself. Quite plausibly the model for Matelda in Dante's 'Purgatorio.' She died in 1298

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