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Zwischen Diesseits und Jenseits- Die Kunst der geistlichen Frauen im Mittelalter Hamburger, Jeffrey article or essay German
Zwischen Himmel und Erde: weibliche Lebensentwürfe und Lebenswelten in Westfalen vom Mittelalter bis in die Gegenwart Paschert-Engelke, Christa collection German Nordrhein-Westfalen (North Rhine-Westphalia)
Zwischen Kloster und Welt : die Aufhebung südwestdeutscher Frauenklöster unter Kaiser Joseph II Ströbele, Ute monograph German Baden-Württemberg, Hessen, Saarland, Rheinland-Pfalz (Rhineland-Palantine)
Zwischen Mainz und Paderborn : katholische Kirche im Siegerland und Wittgensteiner Raum Seeliger, Hans Reinhard collection German Nordrhein-Westfalen (North Rhine-Westphalia), Rheinland-Pfalz (Rhineland-Palantine)
Zwischen Mystik und Moraldidaxe. Deutsche Predigten des Fraterherren Johannes Veghe und des Dominikaners Konrad Schlatter in Frauenklöstern des 15. Jahrhunderts Costard, Monika article or essay German
Zwischen Rosenkränzen und Schnabelschuhen. Zur Lebensweise von Frauen in Hessischen Klöstern und Stiften des späten Mittelalters Vanja, Christina article or essay German Hessen
Zwischen Selbsterniedrigung und Selbstvergottung: Bilderwelt und Selbstbild religiöser Frauen in den südlichen Nederlanden. Eine erste Erkundigung Pleij, Herman article or essay German
[Letter to abbot Coengils of Glastonbury, abbot Ingeld and priest Wigbert] Cuneburg edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to abbot Hugo of Cluny] Agnes of Poitiers, empress edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin Bourgogne
[Letter to Adelaide/Adeliza/Adelida, royal nun] Anselm, Saint Archbishop of Canterbury edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Adolana, abbess of Pfalzel] Elfed, abbess of Whitby edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Poitiers, empress] Peter Damian edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Poitiers, empress] Jean de Fécamp edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1234 (2)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1234] Clare of Assisi, Saint edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1235 (2)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1235-8] Clare of Assisi, Saint edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1235] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1236] Wenceslaus I, king of Bohemia edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1237 (2)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1237 (3)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1237] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1238 (2)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1238 (3)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1238 (4)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1238 (5)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1238 (6)] Gregory IX, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1238] Clare of Assisi, Saint edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1243 (2)] Innocent IV, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1243] Innocent IV, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Agnes of Prague, 1253] Clare of Assisi, Saint edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Albert, abbot of Fruttuaria and the convent] Agnes of Poitiers, empress edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin Piedmont
[Letter to all present and future] Ingeborg of Denmark, queen of France edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 1102-03] Matilda of Scotland, queen of the English edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 1102] Seith, noble Anglo-Saxon religious edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 1104 (2)] Matilda of Scotland, queen of the English edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 1104] Matilda of Scotland, queen of the English edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 1106 (2)] Matilda of Scotland, queen of the English edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 1106 (3)] Matilda of Scotland, queen of the English edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 1106] Matilda of Scotland, queen of the English edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Athelits, abbess of St. Mary at Romsey, 1102] Anselm, Saint Archbishop of Canterbury edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin Hampshire
[Letter to Athelits, abbess of St. Mary at Romsey, 1103] Anselm, Saint Archbishop of Canterbury edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin Hampshire
[Letter to Basilia, widow] Anselm, Saint Archbishop of Canterbury edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Boniface, Saint, 716-720] Egburg edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Boniface, Saint, 719-22] Eangyth, abbess edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Boniface, Saint, 720] Bugga, abbess edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin Kent
[Letter to Boniface, Saint, 723-755] Cena, (Abbess?) edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Boniface, Saint, 732] Lioba/Leobgytha/Leoba, abbess of Tauberbischofsheim edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Brunhild, queen of Austrasia and Burgundy] Gregory I, Pope edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin
[Letter to Bugga, Abbess, 732-754] Boniface, Saint, Archbishop of Mainz edition of text (pub. primary source) Latin Kent

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