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by Ulrich Kneise,Jutta Krauss

Free eBook Elisabeth: The Life and Legend of an European Saint: A Visual Voyage download ISBN: 3795419964
Author: Ulrich Kneise,Jutta Krauss
Publisher: Schnell und Steiner (September 1, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 200
Category: Historical
Subcategory: World
Size MP3: 1238 mb
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The Life and Legend of an European Saint.

The Life and Legend of an European Saint. by Ulrich Kneise, Jutte Krauss. Published February 15, 2008 by Schnell & Steiner.

Elisabeth : The Live and Legend of an European Saint. The Holy Elisabeth of Thuringia who gave away her gowns to beggars, washed the feet of the poor, brought bread into the cottages of the hungry and in whose basket roses miraculously appeared, is represented as one of the most mellifluous figures of the Middle Ages. Was she really as sweet as depicted?

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The Holy Elisabeth of Thuringia who gave away her gowns to beggars, washed the feet of the poor, brought bread into the cottages of the hungry and in whose basket roses miraculously appeared, is represented as one of the most mellifluous figures of the Middle Ages. Was she really as sweet as depicted?